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Rolling Stone (9/18/97, p.106) - "...[Cream] were capable of hard-driving discipline as well as discursive solos....Cream pump out taut psychedelia...crystalline pop...and crunching hard-rock hooks..."Entertainment Weekly (9/26/97, p.79) - "The sheer intensity of the pioneering psychedelic-blues band, Cream...remains undeniable 30 years after their demise. Guitarist Eric Clapton never sounded quite as electric as when prodded by the hyperactive bass of Jack Bruce and the savage stomp of drummer Ginger Baker." - Rating: AMusician (11/97, p.88) - "...Cream was really two bands...a studio band and a live band, with a heavy blues focus that evolved into a postmodern view of pop as their artistry grew and the technology of the recording studios rose to meet their challenge..."5.871199

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."5.830719

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."5.830719

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Rolling Stone (9/18/97, p.106) - "...[Cream] were capable of hard-driving discipline as well as discursive solos....Cream pump out taut psychedelia...crystalline pop...and crunching hard-rock hooks..."Entertainment Weekly (9/26/97, p.79) - "The sheer intensity of the pioneering psychedelic-blues band, Cream...remains undeniable 30 years after their demise. Guitarist Eric Clapton never sounded quite as electric as when prodded by the hyperactive bass of Jack Bruce and the savage stomp of drummer Ginger Baker." - Rating: AMusician (11/97, p.88) - "...Cream was really two bands...a studio band and a live band, with a heavy blues focus that evolved into a postmodern view of pop as their artistry grew and the technology of the recording studios rose to meet their challenge..."4.446394

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."4.403611

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.184) - "...The tracks are fat with funky menace (the upfront bass in `Life of an Outlaw' smells of Bootsy Collins-meets-Robbie Shakespeare), and the choral-vocal effect in many of the raps has a street-corner, pass-the-bottle charge..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."Muzik (1/97, p.113) - 5 out of 5 - "...one of the most important [albums] of the year....perfectly captures the dark tensions arising from the centre of the vicious heat that is the City of Angels..."4.403611

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Option (9-10/97, pp.115-116) - "...dissonant, slashing and ferocious power chords, throbbing bass and pounding drums....The Scissor Girls are a powerhouse."0.2582245

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Entertainment Weekly (12/12/97, p.90) - "...If some her early work now feels shrill and strident, her later experiments with hip-hop beats and Bomb the Bass (included here) make her seem visionary. It's common for pop stars to boast of growing up in public, but O'Connor's actually done it." - Rating: A-0.211594

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Entertainment Weekly (4/18/97, p.69) - "...This 1995 session, dedicated to Kenny Drew, may not break virgin ground, but its discriminating pleasures are too bracing to be ignored." - Rating: B+Down Beat (12/97, p.91) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...a bass player whose very initials are synonymous with a particularly dark, fluid, evocative tonal universe....the choice of Renee Rosnes for the piano chair in this tribute to a pianist is apt..."JazzTimes (9/97, p.89) - "The tone of Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen's bass is so full and rich....Rosnes exhibits tremendous depth, sensitivity and a bluesy spirit. The three players click with each other and create a recording that's a joy to listen to..."0.2026927

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Down Beat (9/97, p.51) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...adventurous....compelling arrangements....free-flying improvisational interplay..."0.1888768

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The Wire (p.53) - "The lightness of touch is evident throughout SIRIUS CALLING....Their interplay and improvising sound remarkably fresh. There are intense moments..."JazzTimes (pp.102-103) - "Moye's finely shaded use of cymbals evokes light, and his subtle shifting of the beat, lightness. Indeed, the AEC's group sound is luminous."Mojo (Publisher) (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Each track is built on the same organic, semi-improvised bedrock provided by Favor's instinctive bass playing and a restrained, in places sotto voce, percussive propulsion from Don Moye."0.182771

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Q (5/97, p.114) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...their most cohesive set yet, a simmering collection of sweaty funk workouts dispatched with the band's unique sense of cool."JazzTimes (10/97, p.86) - "...the familiar Brit-influenced grooves are in place....there isn't a whole lot of envelope pushing here, just a pleasant holding pattern."Vibe (6-7/97, p.165) - "...With SHELTER, the Heavies prove they're still the feel-good band they've always been, serving up a hearty stew of deep grooves, breezy horns, and funky bass lines..."0.1796117

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Entertainment Weekly (12/12/97, p.90) - "...If some her early work now feels shrill and strident, her later experiments with hip-hop beats and Bomb the Bass (included here) make her seem visionary. It's common for pop stars to boast of growing up in public, but O'Connor's actually done it." - Rating: A-0.162542

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JazzTimes (9/97, p.134) - "...McDonough's pretty voice delivers love songs super-simply, devoid of ever-embellishment. She's most pleasnt singing in the lower vocal range..."0.158941

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Rolling Stone (2/20/97, pp.65-66) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...gets its charge from the kind of loud, industrial power riffs and electronically treated vocals that Trent Reznor is so fond of....captures the mood of contemporary popular culture--from the anguish of American industrial rock to the ecstasy of British dance music."Spin (3/97, p.102) - 6 (out of 10) - "...his first credible stab at a vanguard styling since his Brian Eno days, a collection of nine tunes surfing the wave of dance music that's everyone's best bet for next big thing..."Entertainment Weekly (2/14/97, pp.59-61) - "...an album as playable as it is startling....As dacne subgenres go, techno and drum-and-bass represent the fastest styles yet invented, making this, by definition, Bowie's briskest album. A sprint of slapping snare drums and shimmering cymbals brightens nearly every track..." - Rating: AQ (1/98, p.111) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Uncut (p.143) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[The album] contains some grippingly sublime moments..."Alternative Press (5/97, pp.66-67) - "...[Bowie's] recorded his most enjoyable record in a long time, hot on the heels of his most interesting ditto..."Melody Maker (2/8/97, p.51) - "...Best since SCARY MONSTERS....Bowie hasn't stooped to cloning (he never stoops--it's terrible for the posture). Bowie absorbs...assimilates...Then advances..."Mojo (Publisher) (2/02, p.84) - "...A good example of Bowie's magpie instinct coinciding with rejuvenated creative urges. The industrial rock...served him well."0.148375

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Rolling Stone (2/20/97, pp.65-66) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...gets its charge from the kind of loud, industrial power riffs and electronically treated vocals that Trent Reznor is so fond of....captures the mood of contemporary popular culture--from the anguish of American industrial rock to the ecstasy of British dance music."Spin (3/97, p.102) - 6 (out of 10) - "...his first credible stab at a vanguard styling since his Brian Eno days, a collection of nine tunes surfing the wave of dance music that's everyone's best bet for next big thing..."Entertainment Weekly (2/14/97, pp.59-61) - "...an album as playable as it is startling....As dacne subgenres go, techno and drum-and-bass represent the fastest styles yet invented, making this, by definition, Bowie's briskest album. A sprint of slapping snare drums and shimmering cymbals brightens nearly every track..." - Rating: AQ (1/98, p.111) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Uncut (p.143) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[The album] contains some grippingly sublime moments..."Alternative Press (5/97, pp.66-67) - "...[Bowie's] recorded his most enjoyable record in a long time, hot on the heels of his most interesting ditto..."Melody Maker (2/8/97, p.51) - "...Best since SCARY MONSTERS....Bowie hasn't stooped to cloning (he never stoops--it's terrible for the posture). Bowie absorbs...assimilates...Then advances..."Mojo (Publisher) (2/02, p.84) - "...A good example of Bowie's magpie instinct coinciding with rejuvenated creative urges. The industrial rock...served him well."0.148375

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Rolling Stone (2/20/97, pp.65-66) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...gets its charge from the kind of loud, industrial power riffs and electronically treated vocals that Trent Reznor is so fond of....captures the mood of contemporary popular culture--from the anguish of American industrial rock to the ecstasy of British dance music."Spin (3/97, p.102) - 6 (out of 10) - "...his first credible stab at a vanguard styling since his Brian Eno days, a collection of nine tunes surfing the wave of dance music that's everyone's best bet for next big thing..."Entertainment Weekly (2/14/97, pp.59-61) - "...an album as playable as it is startling....As dacne subgenres go, techno and drum-and-bass represent the fastest styles yet invented, making this, by definition, Bowie's briskest album. A sprint of slapping snare drums and shimmering cymbals brightens nearly every track..." - Rating: AQ (1/98, p.111) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Uncut (p.143) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[The album] contains some grippingly sublime moments..."Alternative Press (5/97, pp.66-67) - "...[Bowie's] recorded his most enjoyable record in a long time, hot on the heels of his most interesting ditto..."Melody Maker (2/8/97, p.51) - "...Best since SCARY MONSTERS....Bowie hasn't stooped to cloning (he never stoops--it's terrible for the posture). Bowie absorbs...assimilates...Then advances..."Mojo (Publisher) (2/02, p.84) - "...A good example of Bowie's magpie instinct coinciding with rejuvenated creative urges. The industrial rock...served him well."0.148375

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Spin (p.72) - "[T]he Brighton, England-based sextet bedazzle Gen-X childhood touchstones -- think the A-Team theme and proto-rap -- with crackling guitars and giddy lo-fi orchestration."Alternative Press (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On ROLLING BLACKOUTS, the Go! Team pile fuzz bass, breakbeats, samples, melodies, double-dutch rapping and a million other things on top of each other at maximum volume, creating an incredibly singular and euphoric result."Mojo (Publisher) (p.97) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] songs that break new, rich ground. 'Ready To Go Steady' is their first '60s girl-group love song..."Paste (magazine) - "[O]verflowing with left-field sonic trickery....The Go! Team has a sound all their own, mixing Bond theme gusto, show tune grandeur, indie rock clutter, and '90s hip-hop swagger."Clash (magazine) - "The prominence of structure beams through and makes this more of a traditional offering than a novelty. Still unlike anything else, this is time well spent."Uncut (magazine) (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It's a rare skill to be able to craft music this relentlessly upbeat without it ever becoming corny or cloying."0.1141097

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Spin (p.72) - "[T]he Brighton, England-based sextet bedazzle Gen-X childhood touchstones -- think the A-Team theme and proto-rap -- with crackling guitars and giddy lo-fi orchestration."Alternative Press (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On ROLLING BLACKOUTS, the Go! Team pile fuzz bass, breakbeats, samples, melodies, double-dutch rapping and a million other things on top of each other at maximum volume, creating an incredibly singular and euphoric result."Mojo (Publisher) (p.97) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] songs that break new, rich ground. 'Ready To Go Steady' is their first '60s girl-group love song..."Paste (magazine) - "[O]verflowing with left-field sonic trickery....The Go! Team has a sound all their own, mixing Bond theme gusto, show tune grandeur, indie rock clutter, and '90s hip-hop swagger."Clash (magazine) - "The prominence of structure beams through and makes this more of a traditional offering than a novelty. Still unlike anything else, this is time well spent."Uncut (magazine) (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It's a rare skill to be able to craft music this relentlessly upbeat without it ever becoming corny or cloying."0.1048961

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Rolling Stone (12/12/96, p.82) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...After defining the music's rhythm in his dusted, offbeat, signature style, RZA emphasizes simple, precise percussion and bass thuds that are augmented by moody traces of lush strings, baroque riffs and samples from '60s soul records..."Spin (2/97, p.90) - 7 (out of 10) - "...Ghostface raps a more explosive variant of the chippy, Wu-Tang rhyme combinations....This guy just sounds mean--brutal, skilled, and unpredictable....As usual, [RZA] provides awesomely dark and eccentric backdrops for the MCs' dark maneuvers..."Entertainment Weekly (11/08/96, p.69) - "The latest from the Wu Tang Clan member finds Ghostface talking vehemently about sex, politics, and sexual politics..." - Rating: B+Q (6/00, p.123) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...More about lyrical finesse than anything else. 'Daytona 500' is a maginifcent, fast-paced testing of skills with Raekwon and Cappadonna....everything is delivered with tongue-twisting Wu-Tang virtuosity that untangles with every listen..."The Wire (10/01, p.46) - "...A masterpiece....Raekwon and Ghost raise the slang bar quickly, analogizing various mysterious practices to various foods..."Vibe (12/96, p.186) - "...Ghostface bangs out sarcastic, street-camouflaged wildness....If ONLY BUILT 4 CUBAN LINX...had you open, prepare for another gaping wound."The Source (12/96, p.124) - 4 Mics (out of 5) - "...introspective lyrics, haunting melodies and intense emotional moments....[T]he RZA does another masterful job, topping himself in terms of sonic diversity..."Rap Pages (1/97, p.25) - "...yet another tangled web of expectations-bashing yarns; an exhilarating listen...with moments to inspire both cardiopulmonary palpitations and contemplative nods....IRONMAN is the Wu-banger to challenge your demands and ultimately win you over..."NME (Magazine) (12/21-28/96, pp.66-67) - Ranked #29 in NME's 1996 critic's poll.0.08689735

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Rolling Stone (12/12/96, p.82) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...After defining the music's rhythm in his dusted, offbeat, signature style, RZA emphasizes simple, precise percussion and bass thuds that are augmented by moody traces of lush strings, baroque riffs and samples from '60s soul records..."Spin (2/97, p.90) - 7 (out of 10) - "...Ghostface raps a more explosive variant of the chippy, Wu-Tang rhyme combinations....This guy just sounds mean--brutal, skilled, and unpredictable....As usual, [RZA] provides awesomely dark and eccentric backdrops for the MCs' dark maneuvers..."Entertainment Weekly (11/08/96, p.69) - "The latest from the Wu Tang Clan member finds Ghostface talking vehemently about sex, politics, and sexual politics..." - Rating: B+Q (6/00, p.123) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...More about lyrical finesse than anything else. 'Daytona 500' is a maginifcent, fast-paced testing of skills with Raekwon and Cappadonna....everything is delivered with tongue-twisting Wu-Tang virtuosity that untangles with every listen..."The Wire (10/01, p.46) - "...A masterpiece....Raekwon and Ghost raise the slang bar quickly, analogizing various mysterious practices to various foods..."Vibe (12/96, p.186) - "...Ghostface bangs out sarcastic, street-camouflaged wildness....If ONLY BUILT 4 CUBAN LINX...had you open, prepare for another gaping wound."The Source (12/96, p.124) - 4 Mics (out of 5) - "...introspective lyrics, haunting melodies and intense emotional moments....[T]he RZA does another masterful job, topping himself in terms of sonic diversity..."Rap Pages (1/97, p.25) - "...yet another tangled web of expectations-bashing yarns; an exhilarating listen...with moments to inspire both cardiopulmonary palpitations and contemplative nods....IRONMAN is the Wu-banger to challenge your demands and ultimately win you over..."NME (Magazine) (12/21-28/96, pp.66-67) - Ranked #29 in NME's 1996 critic's poll.0.08459395

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