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Spin (p.84) - "[T]hey're back to mindless fun, and with new drummer Westin Glass, they've resurrected the savage, speed-strummed fervor that once made Kill Rock Stars matter."Alternative Press (p.110) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "'I Called Out Your Name' could be an early Beatles single if it weren't for the distortion....It's a perfect little pop song."Billboard (p.30) - "[With] the nearly perfect 'When We Were Alive' -- probably the best 1:45 of speeding, sadly nostalgic fuzz-punk so far this year."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.54) - "[T]heirs is a sound that manages to combine clever college rock with the kind of songwriting skills that cannot be learned from the pages of a book."Blender (Magazine) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "On their fourth record, the tempos are slower, the guitars thick and meaty, the rants kinda melodic, the thoughts impressionistic."Paste (magazine) (p.59) - "NOW WE CAN SEE feels both like a nod to America's past grievances and its potentially bright future. The Thermals have never shied from topics like war, politics and religion..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[T]he Thermals' Hutch Harris has always been able to ponder life's big questions without being ponderous....He takes advantage of a newfound musical maturing, buffing his fuzzy riffs into polished power-pop..."5.994919

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3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] fast-moving and gut-busting dispatch from the front lines of pain management, as the late night comic attempts to overcome his anger the only way he knows how."Box Office "Throughout, Mr. O'Brien is seen fretting, fuming and occasionally rejoicing while in the throes of what looks like a sustained adrenaline rush."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "Here is a man driven to assert himself....In addition to telling jokes, O'Brien plays guitar and joins a backup band and various guest stars to perform country-rock."Chicago Sun-Times "CONAN O'BRIEN CAN'T STOP captures not just the thrill that live performer thrive on, but the tedium that invariably sets in when they have to go back to being themselves....From the looks of this documentary, O'Brien navigates that transition better than most."Movieline "[A]n unexpectedly revealing, disconcerting documentary that benefits from the filmmaker's unmediated approach, his home-movie-quality visual style, and his controlled use of on-the-fly moments." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1403546

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3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] fast-moving and gut-busting dispatch from the front lines of pain management, as the late night comic attempts to overcome his anger the only way he knows how."Box Office "Throughout, Mr. O'Brien is seen fretting, fuming and occasionally rejoicing while in the throes of what looks like a sustained adrenaline rush."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "Here is a man driven to assert himself....In addition to telling jokes, O'Brien plays guitar and joins a backup band and various guest stars to perform country-rock."Chicago Sun-Times "CONAN O'BRIEN CAN'T STOP captures not just the thrill that live performer thrive on, but the tedium that invariably sets in when they have to go back to being themselves....From the looks of this documentary, O'Brien navigates that transition better than most."Movieline "[A]n unexpectedly revealing, disconcerting documentary that benefits from the filmmaker's unmediated approach, his home-movie-quality visual style, and his controlled use of on-the-fly moments." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1403546

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Uncut (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]he ghosts of early-'80s synth stretch-mixes, prog intricacy and lyrical nods to Joni Mitchell sustain the interest."0.1133516

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Rolling Stone (10/19/95) - 3.5 Stars - Good - "...On...100 DEGREES...Jean- Paul `Bluey' Maunick actually proves himself as a worthy student of the old school. He's a band leader, producer, arranger, songwriter, and guitarist. Maunick realizes that sheer musicality is what made R&B so grand in the '70s..."Q (7/95, p.120) - 3 Stars - Good - "...there is no denying the immediately identifiable and cooly attractive summer party sound that is Incognito's..."Vibe (8/95, p.139) - "...an essential funk-soul sensation....Sing-along tracks...recall a time when soul was still a symbol of stripped-down emotion and inner-city revolution....Incognito still shine as keepers of the lone groove, definitive in their stance..."0.09068127

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Uncut (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]he ghosts of early-'80s synth stretch-mixes, prog intricacy and lyrical nods to Joni Mitchell sustain the interest."0.09068127

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Ritchie isn't reverting -- he's progressing, bolting this new, stranger, stronger visual style onto the kind of shaggy-dog tale that made him..."Empire "ROCKNROLLA takes director Guy Ritchie back to London's gritty streets....There's plenty of mayhem and bullet-ridden violence, some of it quite jolting. Still, the film is punctuated with moments of dark humor."USA Today "Ritchie dials down the pace, soaking up the atmosphere....Ritchie whisks you along on a whirlwind tour, but he's not averse to putting on the brakes long enough to admire some of his favorite attractions."Los Angeles Times "ROCKNROLLA is a 21st century version of Guy Ritchie's earlier films. The banter is wittier; the criminals are slicker, sexier, and more devious; and the soundtrack is more rock 'n' roll than ever."Premiere 5 stars out of 5 -- "ROCKNROLLA is simply a blast, a gleeful romp from start to finish, and by far Ritchie's strongest, most assured movie to date."Box Office "Gerard Butler, from 300, uses his burly, earthy gruffness to ground the movie, and he's surrounded by terrific actors." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly 4 stars out of 5 -- "The casting, acting, dialogue and direction are career bests, essaying a touch that comes with experience."Total Film0.08817782

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Ritchie isn't reverting -- he's progressing, bolting this new, stranger, stronger visual style onto the kind of shaggy-dog tale that made him..."Empire "ROCKNROLLA takes director Guy Ritchie back to London's gritty streets....There's plenty of mayhem and bullet-ridden violence, some of it quite jolting. Still, the film is punctuated with moments of dark humor."USA Today "Ritchie dials down the pace, soaking up the atmosphere....Ritchie whisks you along on a whirlwind tour, but he's not averse to putting on the brakes long enough to admire some of his favorite attractions."Los Angeles Times "ROCKNROLLA is a 21st century version of Guy Ritchie's earlier films. The banter is wittier; the criminals are slicker, sexier, and more devious; and the soundtrack is more rock 'n' roll than ever."Premiere 5 stars out of 5 -- "ROCKNROLLA is simply a blast, a gleeful romp from start to finish, and by far Ritchie's strongest, most assured movie to date."Box Office "Gerard Butler, from 300, uses his burly, earthy gruffness to ground the movie, and he's surrounded by terrific actors." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly 4 stars out of 5 -- "The casting, acting, dialogue and direction are career bests, essaying a touch that comes with experience."Total Film0.08817782

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Ritchie isn't reverting -- he's progressing, bolting this new, stranger, stronger visual style onto the kind of shaggy-dog tale that made him..."Empire "ROCKNROLLA takes director Guy Ritchie back to London's gritty streets....There's plenty of mayhem and bullet-ridden violence, some of it quite jolting. Still, the film is punctuated with moments of dark humor."USA Today "Ritchie dials down the pace, soaking up the atmosphere....Ritchie whisks you along on a whirlwind tour, but he's not averse to putting on the brakes long enough to admire some of his favorite attractions."Los Angeles Times "ROCKNROLLA is a 21st century version of Guy Ritchie's earlier films. The banter is wittier; the criminals are slicker, sexier, and more devious; and the soundtrack is more rock 'n' roll than ever."Premiere 5 stars out of 5 -- "ROCKNROLLA is simply a blast, a gleeful romp from start to finish, and by far Ritchie's strongest, most assured movie to date."Box Office "Gerard Butler, from 300, uses his burly, earthy gruffness to ground the movie, and he's surrounded by terrific actors." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly 4 stars out of 5 -- "The casting, acting, dialogue and direction are career bests, essaying a touch that comes with experience."Total Film0.08817782

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Q (8/94, p.119) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Without the services of William 'Smokey' Robinson then who knows - would Tamla Motown have ever really got off the ground?...Everything that should be here undoubtedly is, padded out with superior flip-sides..."Audio Magazine (7/94, p.74) - "...what stands out is Smokey's natural sense with words and lyrics and the emotional wallop these songs still pack--even the lesser-known ones...a truly great release..."0.04978161

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Cash seemed to find something extra in the music of the church and like so many truly great country artists, it always made him dig a little deeper."Uncut (magazine) (p.92) - "The Tennessee Three and various Nashville pros play the classic Cash sound, while the singer refracts his pious philosophy through the vision of, and belief in, a benevolent, forgiving deity."0.04918925

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