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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."14.5975

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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."14.56116

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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."9.155423

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.115) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]ll blistering grooves drenched in subtle horn arrangements, wah wah, flute and pounding percussion."0.2452982

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Down Beat (9/97, p.54) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "...the tenor sounds as silky and sexy as ever....the record's gentle, colorful percussion arrangements are still superb..."0.2434939

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Q (Magazine) (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[E]xtraordinary....Stith's stunning, multitracked voice effortlessly creates vocal harmonies that almost define 'other-worldly'....Each song is an equally moving tour de force."Mojo (Publisher) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Stith is a maximalist; he overdubs vocals, instruments and percussion, then plunks his Art Garfunkel-ish voice up high, so close you almost feel his breath."0.2050767

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Rolling Stone (10/15/98, p.131) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...a likably earnest pile of heavenly jazz percussion, pogoable Green Day-like drum rolls and Nirvana-esque power chords; nods to rock royalty from Queen to Prince...and lyrics that...can be read as both sacred and secular..."0.1927498

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Magnet (p.55) - "[I]t's a strummy, breezy delight. Johnson's melodic falsetto is underpinned by jaunty acoustic guitars, shimmering electrics and rustic percussion."Uncut (magazine) (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Keynote track 'Tony The Tripper' sets the bar high, a mini symphony where psychedelia meets strutting, rustic rock'n'roll."0.1734965

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Spin - "Arnalds' game is more ambience than transcendence -- so the four very brief detours into Explosions in the Sky-style post-rock seem all the more cinematic."Pitchfork (Website) - "It's melodic, sensitive, rhythmically subdued....A few tracks feature very prominent climaxes with laidback rock percussion, at which times the starry nocturnes flood with daylight."Clash (magazine) - "[A]n uplifting and richly orchestrated second album....Delicate string arrangements married with subtle synths highlight Arnalds' trademark piano sound..."Uncut (magazine) (p.81) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he frosted beauty of 'Kjurrt' is a particular highlight."0.1640613

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Spin - "Arnalds' game is more ambience than transcendence -- so the four very brief detours into Explosions in the Sky-style post-rock seem all the more cinematic."Pitchfork (Website) - "It's melodic, sensitive, rhythmically subdued....A few tracks feature very prominent climaxes with laidback rock percussion, at which times the starry nocturnes flood with daylight."Clash (magazine) - "[A]n uplifting and richly orchestrated second album....Delicate string arrangements married with subtle synths highlight Arnalds' trademark piano sound..."Uncut (magazine) (p.81) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he frosted beauty of 'Kjurrt' is a particular highlight."0.1640613

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Spin (2/93, p.80) - "...startles as much as it pleases...what's most remarkable about Zap Mama is that its eclecticism rarely sounds forced; it's so organic that there's a natural beauty and grace that promotes cultural understanding without pandering or preaching..."Down Beat (6/93, p.45) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...Except for a bit of percussion, virtually everything here is female voice, though that's no limitation for leader Marie Daulne and pals...`Abadou,' the disc's coolest, weirdest cut, has a hypnotic backdrop and Arabic lead..."Musician (4/93, p.88) - "...it's their stylistic range that most amazes, equally fluent in the idomatic ornamentation of Arabic laments, the chirping polyphony of Pygmy chants or the blues inflection of American R&B....An addictive debut..."0.1435537

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "[ELEVATOR] contains some of the finest pure pop-rock songs of the year so far; it's a fourteen-track, thirty-seven-minute rush of pleasure..."Spin (pp.101-102) - "Bays fully understands that new-wave vocals are about percussion and repetition, and he sings his like a caffeinated cognitive scientist." - Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly (No. 814, p.62) - "[T]hey're still fixated on the [late 1970s and early '80s], but BREAKDOWN's suggestions of rainy-afternoon electro-pop are mostly gone, replaced by guitar-driven pogo-pop..." - Grade: BUncut (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "ELEVATOR resonates more with every spin...'Ladies And Gentlemen' channels Blur and Joe Jackson to great effect."0.1435537

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Alternative Press (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The result is near-perfection. The album is a rich, warm confection that finds the pair further embodying the soulful strain of Neil Young or Dylan at their `70s best."Uncut (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he music is now awash with warm reverb, subtle harmonics, soulful percussion and, as on 'Life Away From The Garden', a full-on children's choir."0.1331805

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Rolling Stone (p.57) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here are tweaked Sixties AM-radio melodies and flashes of quiet soul....It's mostly a psychedelic, smarty-pants dance party..."Spin (p.72) - "Here, they explode with the force of a polyrhythmic fireworks display, celebrating the art of borrowed yet blissful noise."Alternative Press (p.94) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "'White Knuckles' is self-help advice delivered in a funky pop sheen that approximates Prince fronting the Flaming Lips with DFA majordomo James Murphy at the controls."Alternative Press (p.100) - Ranked #4 in Alternative Press's "10 Essential Albums of 2010" -- "[With] throbbing percussion, tight guitar solos and ridiculously passionate and honest lyrics..."Paste (magazine) (p.66) - "[A] courageous amalgam that gets your head bopping to resoundingly upbeat rhythms and surging bridges, as on the unstoppable 'All is Not Lost.'"0.1270643

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Spin (p.95) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Adorned with gospel shouts, errant banjo licks, and a smattering of unusual percussion, these tunes could easily slot onto a Harry Smith Folkways anthology of field recordings..."Dirty Linen (p.93) - "Most of the songs were self-penned, but it's a testament to the band's vision that the few genuine old-timey cuts, such as 'Cluck Old Hen,' fit the spirit and mood so well."Mojo (Publisher) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'Getting High For Jesus' rewrites Dylan's 'Tombstone Blues' as exuberant rockabilly; 'For All This' and 'Indeed You Do' are vexed, spooked-sounding laments."Clash (magazine) (p.109) - "'Dirt Don't Hurt' takes the onus out of stuffy production and sticks the importance back into the magic of a song as 'My 45' conjures Parton-esque pride with first class harmonies....A contender for album of the year -- sensational!"Record Collector (magazine) (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here's no denying she plays it with verve and buckets of attitude."0.123046

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Spin (p.84) - "It's their most instantly accessible effort after BARK, with a dozen catchy tunes packed inside 47 easy, breezy minutes."Entertainment Weekly (p.58) - "Fans can breathe easy: The weirdness that so delights them isn't GOING anywhere just yet." -- Grade: A-Billboard (p.28) - "[T]he tracks come off in a surprisingly modern way -- much like I'M GOING AWAY as a whole."Q (Magazine) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Opener 'I'm Going Away' is a rollicking jig of fuzzy riffs and rolling snares."Pitchfork (Website) - "[Matthew Friedberg's] melodic sensibility remains intact and boldened by streamlined arrangements emphasizing acoustic piano and the crisp, groovy percussion of drummer Robert D'Amico."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "I'M GOING AWAY sees them temper their more eccentric tendencies. The Friedberger siblings' more perverse side is still there, bubbling away under the surface."0.123046

$13.69
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Spin (p.82) - "With crunching synth riffs, fat house rhythms, and thick Justice-style scuzz, tracks like 'It Ain't Love' and '1000 Cigarettes' accommodate both headbangers and hip-shakers."Alternative Press (p.142) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Shorter song lengths and streamlined songwriting compress the pair's energy into compact club bangers."Q (Magazine) (p.128) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] singularly raucous concoction....Given an added sense of claustrophobia by the contributions of guest rappers Ghostface Killah and E-40."Blender (Magazine) (p.61) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "FIST delivers a gut punch of awesomely distorted synths and raw, kicks-and-snares percussion."0.1200434

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Rolling Stone (p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On their third album, the duo are as danceable as ever, but they've tiptoed away from straight musical pastiche, crudding up their blues boogie with low-fi fuzziness and odd-ball percussion."Spin (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "HEART ON vaults right over, taking flight on an updraft of woozy audacity and shuddering riffs."Alternative Press (p.146) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The title rack and 'Prissy Prancin' flaunt some of EODM's best assets: Booty shakin' grooves topped with loud, grimy guitars."Magnet (p.106) - "Chugging riffs and falsetto vocals abound on these 12 tracks..."Q (Magazine) (p.113) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[The music] has evolved from knockabout, garage-y origins to this third album's more expansive, and potent, Peaches-meets-STICKY-FINGERS aesthetic."Clash (magazine) (p.85) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[They] wrangle an extensive posse to raise some hell again. HEART ON is decidedly less lo-fi than previous releases, but the boys don't travel far from their amphetamine-fueled, blues-based, hand-clapping signature sound."0.118539

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Rolling Stone (p.57) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here are tweaked Sixties AM-radio melodies and flashes of quiet soul....It's mostly a psychedelic, smarty-pants dance party..."Spin (p.72) - "Here, they explode with the force of a polyrhythmic fireworks display, celebrating the art of borrowed yet blissful noise."Alternative Press (p.94) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "'White Knuckles' is self-help advice delivered in a funky pop sheen that approximates Prince fronting the Flaming Lips with DFA majordomo James Murphy at the controls."Alternative Press (p.100) - Ranked #4 in Alternative Press's "10 Essential Albums of 2010" -- "[With] throbbing percussion, tight guitar solos and ridiculously passionate and honest lyrics..."Paste (magazine) (p.66) - "[A] courageous amalgam that gets your head bopping to resoundingly upbeat rhythms and surging bridges, as on the unstoppable 'All is Not Lost.'"0.1167824

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Spin (p.85) - "SWIM builds drama with fluttered flutes, processed strings, skronking saxophone, or a wheezing horn meandering over a defiant, ominous bass."CMJ - "SWIM provides a shining example of Dan Snaith's constant innovation and well-executed reinvention...delivering an exciting new chapter in Caribou's career."Billboard (p.59) - "The dark harmonies on 'Leave House' reveal a trace of Massive Attack-like trip-hop, while guest vocals from Born Ruffians singer Luke LaLonde on 'Jamelia' lend a dream-pop tinge to the album."Mojo (Publisher) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "SWIM comprises an organic, beautifully constructed 45 minutes or so of music, with its own sound-world and its own deep emotional logic."Mojo (Publisher) (p.56) - Ranked #18 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2010" -- "[It] achieved an utterly thrilling synthesis of the dreamily clattering electronica with which he made his reputation..."Paste (magazine) (p.82) - "The shadowy electronics flow from the subdued funk opener 'Odessa' through the slow-motion 'Lalibela....Austere, chilling and beautiful."Clash (magazine) - "Closing track 'Jamelia' is the most ambitious of the lot, with an innocuous electronic backing that spins of into psychedelic synth whorls..."Uncut (magazine) (p.85) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Snaith's fifth album synthesizes free jazz horns, Tibetan percussion, fluttering flutes and acid basslines, and is his most beguiling release yet..."0.1025383

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Rolling Stone (6/13/96, p.83) - 3 Stars - Good - "...hasn't lost his talent for writing pop songs as contagious as the Ebola virus....From the smooth, moody groove of 'It Doesn't Really Matter' to the bouncy disco concoction 'Fastlove'..., Michael proves his guilty feet still have rhythm."Q (12/99, p.90) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Vibe (8/96, p.144) - "...Michael may have had more birthdays, but in content and style, his music is similar to the rhythm-and-bluesy stuff he's done since breaking off from Wham! in 1986....Older is better."Melody Maker (5/25/96) - "...as unremittingly slow, solemn and sombre as side two of Joy Division's CLOSER....snazzily produced late-night smoochathons that'll provide horny shop assistants and bank clerks with shag material for months...."Mojo (Publisher) (6/96, p.110) - "...[OLDER] is elegiac, heartfelt, life-affirming, and appears to be as elegant a coming-out as a public figure has ever accomplished....Hip-swaying beat-box percussion bops around background strings and other sampled orchestral colourings..."NME (Magazine) (5/25/96, p.53) - 9 (out of 10) - "...bedtime sophisto-soul....George, for all the angst he so brazenly wears on his sleeve, remains the embodiment of suburban wish-fufilment. Times may have changed...but the music still fits the mood like a glove..."0.1025383

$7.59
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Spin (p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he youngest son of Afro-beat superstar Fela Anikulapo Kuti strikes a commanding pose on his swaggering debut....Many of the interludes are simply thrilling..."The Wire (p.78) - "Seun's vocals have just the right blend of muscle and fire: strong enough to carry the message while searing a path through the clenched interplay of guitar, horns, percussion and supporting vocals."Mojo (Publisher) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n astounding slab of Nigerian funk, from the moment the two rhythm guitars commence jousting at the start of 'Think Africa,' through the samples of Fela's old nemesis Olusegun Obasanjo..."Blender (Magazine) (p.86) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]hese seven-minute grooves are so focused you can tell they have something to prove."Paste (magazine) (p.71) - "Providing a rekindled voice for the often voiceless, Seun's courage is gripping and a fitting tribute to his father."Clash (magazine) (p.127) - "[H]ere Seun makes his own mark, leading the super tight band through seven tracks of super heavy yet deftly nimble afro beat rhythms."URB (Magazine) (p.86) - "The result is an album that stands up with the best of any Kuti albums in its vibrancy, urgency and melody."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The seven tracks are spellbinding as they rumble along, hypnotic in call and response."Record Collector (magazine) - "[The album] features socially conscious lyrics, shedding light on the hardships of Nigerian villages, partnered with traditionally ethereal drumming and celebratory horns..."0.1025383

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Spin (p.85) - "SWIM builds drama with fluttered flutes, processed strings, skronking saxophone, or a wheezing horn meandering over a defiant, ominous bass."CMJ - "SWIM provides a shining example of Dan Snaith's constant innovation and well-executed reinvention...delivering an exciting new chapter in Caribou's career."Billboard (p.59) - "The dark harmonies on 'Leave House' reveal a trace of Massive Attack-like trip-hop, while guest vocals from Born Ruffians singer Luke LaLonde on 'Jamelia' lend a dream-pop tinge to the album."Mojo (Publisher) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "SWIM comprises an organic, beautifully constructed 45 minutes or so of music, with its own sound-world and its own deep emotional logic."Mojo (Publisher) (p.56) - Ranked #18 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2010" -- "[It] achieved an utterly thrilling synthesis of the dreamily clattering electronica with which he made his reputation..."Paste (magazine) (p.82) - "The shadowy electronics flow from the subdued funk opener 'Odessa' through the slow-motion 'Lalibela....Austere, chilling and beautiful."Clash (magazine) - "Closing track 'Jamelia' is the most ambitious of the lot, with an innocuous electronic backing that spins of into psychedelic synth whorls..."Uncut (magazine) (p.85) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Snaith's fifth album synthesizes free jazz horns, Tibetan percussion, fluttering flutes and acid basslines, and is his most beguiling release yet..."0.1025383

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Rolling Stone (10/31/96, p.70) - 3-1/2 Stars - Good/Excellent - "...The quintessential '80s act...have stuck to their guns and refused to defer to passing '90s fads. While their peers would have gone trip-hop by now, Lowe and Tennant have stayed true to their disco-pop sensibility..."Spin (10/96, pp.131-132) - 8 - Very Good - "...Tennant may be too much the cynic to buy into pop platitudes, but he's also too much a realist to think ironic detachment can sustain life. So he remains fluent in both languages--and ends up with astonishingly eloquent songs."Entertainment Weekly (9/6/96, p.76) - "The eighth album of slick-as-a-mirror-ball pop from this droll British duo relies as much on melody as rhythm or the Boys' trademark irony, making this a near-perfect album for converting discophobes to the pleasures of dance music..."- Rating: B+Q (10/96, p.160) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Where once there were gleaming surfaces, there are whistles, infectious percussion and sensual jazz chords straight from a cantina in Sao Paulo....a bold step for the Pet Shop Boys and, happily, it works almost unreservedly..."Melody Maker (8/31/96, p.44) - "...`Why would intelligent English musicians want to concern themselves with impassioned Eurodisco?...' BILINGUAL has no place in any such dialogue. The duo's ability to soil a perfectly good disco stomper by dropping in The Chord Of Mourning is well-known to fans who bought the achingly autumnal BEHAVIOUR. They've honed it to a fine art here..."NME (Magazine) (8/31/96, p.54) - 8 (out of 10) - "...they take us to a new setting...invested in some of the rhythmic knowledge of the South Americans they met on their '94 tour....Tennant's singing like a man who's reached a certain age and feels good/bad/guilty about it....seldom has their music sounded so rich..."0.09424263

$6.65
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Rolling Stone (10/31/96, p.70) - 3-1/2 Stars - Good/Excellent - "...The quintessential '80s act...have stuck to their guns and refused to defer to passing '90s fads. While their peers would have gone trip-hop by now, Lowe and Tennant have stayed true to their disco-pop sensibility..."Spin (10/96, pp.131-132) - 8 - Very Good - "...Tennant may be too much the cynic to buy into pop platitudes, but he's also too much a realist to think ironic detachment can sustain life. So he remains fluent in both languages--and ends up with astonishingly eloquent songs."Entertainment Weekly (9/6/96, p.76) - "The eighth album of slick-as-a-mirror-ball pop from this droll British duo relies as much on melody as rhythm or the Boys' trademark irony, making this a near-perfect album for converting discophobes to the pleasures of dance music..."- Rating: B+Q (10/96, p.160) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Where once there were gleaming surfaces, there are whistles, infectious percussion and sensual jazz chords straight from a cantina in Sao Paulo....a bold step for the Pet Shop Boys and, happily, it works almost unreservedly..."Melody Maker (8/31/96, p.44) - "...`Why would intelligent English musicians want to concern themselves with impassioned Eurodisco?...' BILINGUAL has no place in any such dialogue. The duo's ability to soil a perfectly good disco stomper by dropping in The Chord Of Mourning is well-known to fans who bought the achingly autumnal BEHAVIOUR. They've honed it to a fine art here..."NME (Magazine) (8/31/96, p.54) - 8 (out of 10) - "...they take us to a new setting...invested in some of the rhythmic knowledge of the South Americans they met on their '94 tour....Tennant's singing like a man who's reached a certain age and feels good/bad/guilty about it....seldom has their music sounded so rich..."0.09424263

$5.56
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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "With her classically trained voice and keyboard chops, Keys reintroduced the idea of a self-reliant R&B singer-songwriter -- a type that stretches back to Stevie Wonder."Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.118) - Ranked #2 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (7/19/01, p.53) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Keys shows a maturity beyond her years...suggesting down-home R&B contemporaries like Jill Scott as well as yesteryear's soul sophisticates..."Entertainment Weekly (6/29-7/6/01, p.144) - "...A debut full of promise..." - Rating: BQ (1/03, p.56) - Included in Q Magazine's "100 Greatest Albums Ever"Q (9/01, p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A prime candidate to head up the nu-soul revolution...with a voice that challenges Mary J. Blige's....Key's R&B trips to a fundamentally more old-skool set of values....Her sincerity is another plus..."Uncut (11/01, p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Frequently stunning....Keys soars like a young Aretha Franklin..."CMJ (4/30/01, p.21) - "...The singer showcases her classical piano training atop slow and somber percussion...her deep soulful voice and heartfelt delivery carry the songs..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.71) - Ranked #27 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "SONGS IN A MINOR has dated well -- cuts the likes of 'Fallin'' and 'A Woman's Worth' still sound fresh."0.0937692

$10.58
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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "With her classically trained voice and keyboard chops, Keys reintroduced the idea of a self-reliant R&B singer-songwriter -- a type that stretches back to Stevie Wonder."Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.118) - Ranked #2 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (7/19/01, p.53) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Keys shows a maturity beyond her years...suggesting down-home R&B contemporaries like Jill Scott as well as yesteryear's soul sophisticates..."Entertainment Weekly (6/29-7/6/01, p.144) - "...A debut full of promise..." - Rating: BQ (1/03, p.56) - Included in Q Magazine's "100 Greatest Albums Ever"Q (9/01, p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A prime candidate to head up the nu-soul revolution...with a voice that challenges Mary J. Blige's....Key's R&B trips to a fundamentally more old-skool set of values....Her sincerity is another plus..."Uncut (11/01, p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Frequently stunning....Keys soars like a young Aretha Franklin..."CMJ (4/30/01, p.21) - "...The singer showcases her classical piano training atop slow and somber percussion...her deep soulful voice and heartfelt delivery carry the songs..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.71) - Ranked #27 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "SONGS IN A MINOR has dated well -- cuts the likes of 'Fallin'' and 'A Woman's Worth' still sound fresh."0.09025873

$11.41
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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "With her classically trained voice and keyboard chops, Keys reintroduced the idea of a self-reliant R&B singer-songwriter -- a type that stretches back to Stevie Wonder."Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.118) - Ranked #2 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (7/19/01, p.53) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Keys shows a maturity beyond her years...suggesting down-home R&B contemporaries like Jill Scott as well as yesteryear's soul sophisticates..."Entertainment Weekly (6/29-7/6/01, p.144) - "...A debut full of promise..." - Rating: BQ (1/03, p.56) - Included in Q Magazine's "100 Greatest Albums Ever"Q (9/01, p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A prime candidate to head up the nu-soul revolution...with a voice that challenges Mary J. Blige's....Key's R&B trips to a fundamentally more old-skool set of values....Her sincerity is another plus..."Uncut (11/01, p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Frequently stunning....Keys soars like a young Aretha Franklin..."CMJ (4/30/01, p.21) - "...The singer showcases her classical piano training atop slow and somber percussion...her deep soulful voice and heartfelt delivery carry the songs..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.71) - Ranked #27 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "SONGS IN A MINOR has dated well -- cuts the likes of 'Fallin'' and 'A Woman's Worth' still sound fresh."0.0832378

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