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Q (12/99, p.146) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...works as a more-than-adequate greatest hits collection for anyone who didn't get round to buying ENDLESS SUMMER in 1994..."Vibe (8/99, p.180) - "...[Summer] complies with public demand, rolling through her plush catalog of hits with a remarkably high degree of good humor and pride....doubly vibrant in a live setting....She truly has never sounded better..."3.89616

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Rolling Stone (p.77) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is musically varied and fully of curveballs. It may also be the single darkest record in Dylan's catalog."Entertainment Weekly (p.140) - "Thirty-five albums in, Dylan remains as magical and mysterious as ever." -- Grade: ABillboard (p.44) - "Rich in stories and some piercing couplets, TEMPEST hits high marks on the seven-minute 'Tin Angel,' the edgy 'Pay in Blood' and the grinding blues-rocker 'Narrow Road.'"Q (Magazine) (p.99) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'Scarlet Town' is the one moment where Tempest truly transcends....Its a reminder that, more than ever, music may be Bob Dylan's last unreconstructed pleasure."Mojo (Publisher) (p.84) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is Dylan's best musical album of this century, a vibrant maximising of strict rules and the savaged-leather state of that voice."Paste (magazine) - "[O]ne of the most cohesive, musically and lyrically intense records he's put together in years."2.984978

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Rolling Stone (p.70) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Springsteen rips up old folk songs and revises nine slices of his back catalog..."2.921083

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Rolling Stone (3/18/04, p.72) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[A] nicely unhinged tour through [the band's] catalog of American music [including] countrified rock [and] punked-up rockabilly..."2.889897

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Spin (p.86) - "[A] deeply satisfying 21-song tribute....[Certain artists] follow Mulcahy's folk-rock template."Paste (magazine) - "CIAO MY SHINING STAR adapts the veteran singer/songwriter's outstanding back catalog largely into a poignant memorial to his wife..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It's Mulcahy's melodies and lyrical twists that shine brightest. When handled tenderly they can floor with their beauty."2.827524

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Spin - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he frantic murder ballad `Sidney Wells' scorches like an arsonist."Mojo (Publisher) (p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n album that flies at you with a velocity that fully vindicates the decision to record it live..."Paste (magazine) - "Thompson unleashes some of the most visceral guitar solos of his career, and DREAM ATTIC stands beside the best efforts in his catalog."Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[DREAM ATTIC] finds him backed by a full electric band and debuting the songs in front of audiences on a brief US tour earlier this year..."Uncut (magazine) (p.84) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "All these tracks show a man who is unafraid to engage with his own shadow...DREAM ATTIC has a brio that matches any of Thompson's past few studio albums."Uncut (magazine) (p.35) - Ranked #31 in Uncut's "The 50 Best Albums of 2010" -- "[W]ith a virtuosity that sharpened rather than smothered his ire."2.765151

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Rolling Stone (p.77) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is musically varied and fully of curveballs. It may also be the single darkest record in Dylan's catalog."Entertainment Weekly (p.140) - "Thirty-five albums in, Dylan remains as magical and mysterious as ever." -- Grade: ABillboard (p.44) - "Rich in stories and some piercing couplets, TEMPEST hits high marks on the seven-minute 'Tin Angel,' the edgy 'Pay in Blood' and the grinding blues-rocker 'Narrow Road.'"Q (Magazine) (p.99) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'Scarlet Town' is the one moment where Tempest truly transcends....Its a reminder that, more than ever, music may be Bob Dylan's last unreconstructed pleasure."Mojo (Publisher) (p.84) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is Dylan's best musical album of this century, a vibrant maximising of strict rules and the savaged-leather state of that voice."Paste (magazine) - "[O]ne of the most cohesive, musically and lyrically intense records he's put together in years."2.765151

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Rolling Stone (p.77) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is musically varied and fully of curveballs. It may also be the single darkest record in Dylan's catalog."Entertainment Weekly (p.140) - "Thirty-five albums in, Dylan remains as magical and mysterious as ever." -- Grade: ABillboard (p.44) - "Rich in stories and some piercing couplets, TEMPEST hits high marks on the seven-minute 'Tin Angel,' the edgy 'Pay in Blood' and the grinding blues-rocker 'Narrow Road.'"Q (Magazine) (p.99) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'Scarlet Town' is the one moment where Tempest truly transcends....Its a reminder that, more than ever, music may be Bob Dylan's last unreconstructed pleasure."Mojo (Publisher) (p.84) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TEMPEST is Dylan's best musical album of this century, a vibrant maximising of strict rules and the savaged-leather state of that voice."Paste (magazine) - "[O]ne of the most cohesive, musically and lyrically intense records he's put together in years."2.765151

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Rolling Stone (10/28/99, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...as nakedly emotive a collection as anything in his iconic catalog; it's a summary statement from the man who invented postmodern rock & roll....HOURS is a testament to the serenity that comes with legend status, maturity and endurance..."Spin (11/99, p.181) - 6 out of 10 - "...His latest stab at relevance works best when it most resembles those simple anguished moments ['The Man Who Sold The World' and 'Andy Warhol']....[HOURS] attempts to reclaim the eternally hip early-'70s Bowie..."Entertainment Weekly (10/15/99, pp.77-8) - "...a concept album about what a drag it is getting old....the 52-year-old [Bowie] dares to feel tired, or maybe just really wistful, in this regret-filled song cycle....Given that the theme is maturity's flickering light, the pacing is probably deliberate..." - Rating: B-Q (1/00, p.83) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1999."Q (11/99, p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...the Dame's latest LP is...just as good as they used to be....Bowie sounds influenced by nobody except himself, and he couldn't have picked a better role model."Uncut (p.143) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[S]teeped in Low-like melancholia."Alternative Press (12/99, p.88) - 4 out of 5 - "...a masterpiece....Solidly built around songs...and aware that songs need some depth as well....HOURS finds Bowie returning to basics he never should have left behind....it could be his second childhood."CMJ (10/18/99, p.22) - "...his most straight-forward rock album in nearly two decades. Giving the post-glam wankers who've cribbed his classic sound a run for their money....he continues to pull off fresh, unexpected things as only a chameleon of his caliber could."Mojo (Publisher) (1/00, p.30) - Ranked #30 in Mojo Magazine's "Best of 1999"Mojo (Publisher) (11/99, pp.98-9) - "...crowns a trilogy [1.OUTSIDE & 2.EARTHLING] that represents sigificantly more than a mere coda to a once-unimpeachable career....[HOURS] possesses a melancholy that runs deeper than mere pre-Millennium tension and one or two rueful meditations on his life..."2.733965

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Rolling Stone (10/28/99, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...as nakedly emotive a collection as anything in his iconic catalog; it's a summary statement from the man who invented postmodern rock & roll....HOURS is a testament to the serenity that comes with legend status, maturity and endurance..."Spin (11/99, p.181) - 6 out of 10 - "...His latest stab at relevance works best when it most resembles those simple anguished moments ['The Man Who Sold The World' and 'Andy Warhol']....[HOURS] attempts to reclaim the eternally hip early-'70s Bowie..."Entertainment Weekly (10/15/99, pp.77-8) - "...a concept album about what a drag it is getting old....the 52-year-old [Bowie] dares to feel tired, or maybe just really wistful, in this regret-filled song cycle....Given that the theme is maturity's flickering light, the pacing is probably deliberate..." - Rating: B-Q (1/00, p.83) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1999."Q (11/99, p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...the Dame's latest LP is...just as good as they used to be....Bowie sounds influenced by nobody except himself, and he couldn't have picked a better role model."Uncut (p.143) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[S]teeped in Low-like melancholia."Alternative Press (12/99, p.88) - 4 out of 5 - "...a masterpiece....Solidly built around songs...and aware that songs need some depth as well....HOURS finds Bowie returning to basics he never should have left behind....it could be his second childhood."CMJ (10/18/99, p.22) - "...his most straight-forward rock album in nearly two decades. Giving the post-glam wankers who've cribbed his classic sound a run for their money....he continues to pull off fresh, unexpected things as only a chameleon of his caliber could."Mojo (Publisher) (1/00, p.30) - Ranked #30 in Mojo Magazine's "Best of 1999"Mojo (Publisher) (11/99, pp.98-9) - "...crowns a trilogy [1.OUTSIDE & 2.EARTHLING] that represents sigificantly more than a mere coda to a once-unimpeachable career....[HOURS] possesses a melancholy that runs deeper than mere pre-Millennium tension and one or two rueful meditations on his life..."2.375508

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