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2 weeks, 6 days ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Believe

Believe

“Cher’s return to dance music, a decision she expressed indifference towards in the run-up to the album’s release, is something of a generic affair on Believe. She sings any ol’ piece of crap thrown before her like her life depends on it, which means she’s a good diva but it also leads to a s” read more

2 weeks, 6 days ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Gold: Greatest Hits

Gold: Greatest Hits

“ABBA’s never shied away from compilation albums, and if the two-disc The Definitive Collection is too expensive or too overwhelming a selection then Gold: Greatest Hits is the single-disc collection to own. At nineteen songs, this is the best of the best of the best of ABBA’s impressive run of s” read more

2 weeks, 6 days ago

The Singles: The First Ten Years

“The best vinyl-era greatest hits release of the Scandinavian quartet is twenty-three songs of pop excellence. Released in November 1982, ABBA would disband in December but what a swan song to go out on! The Singles: The First Ten Years represents the group's various transitions: from vivacious kitsc” read more

3 weeks, 1 day ago

“the voice of David Bowie is simply perfect as the album

great memorable letters Sensational rhythms

one thing that I like about the voice of bowie is that he knows how to take advantage of it and does it

I certainly have nothing to criticize him One Of The Best Albums” read more

1 month ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Something's Gonna Happen

Something’s Gonna Happen

“This EP of Marshall Crenshaw covers wasn’t released until 2003, but they were recorded for a never-to-materialize album in the late 80s/early 90s. For those who know anything about Ronnie Spector’s career that would put us right around the time of the Eddie Money duet “Take Me Home Tonight,”” read more

1 month, 3 weeks ago

Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica

“Ah, exotica, that most bizarre of subgenre of American jazz popular in the late 50s through the mid-60s that was an aural ersatz approximation of world music through an atomic prism. It didn’t actually sound anything like real music from a Hawaiian luau or the folk sounds of the Amazon, nor did it” read more

2 months ago
walterwhite posted a review of The Wall

“wonderful in all the songs

an album that showed how one becomes depressed and ends well

making it memorable and well written

being possibly the best album of pink floyd and a mandatory one to listen to the wall is a masterpiece

read more

3 months ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Greatest

Greatest

“Pop music so intrinsically tied to its era shouldn’t remain this breezy and fun. Yet here we are with Duran Duran’s Greatest, a nineteen song retrospective of their Top 40-minded alternative-pop hits and strongest minor singles. What remains crystal clear is that they mined the same territory th” read more

3 months, 1 week ago

Her Best

“There’s plenty of bigger, badder collections of Etta James’ genre-bending blues growl out there, but if all you want is the cream of the crop from Miss Peaches then this collection is what you’re looking for. Her Best gathers up the essential moments from her Chess Records period, her most fer” read more

3 months, 3 weeks ago
JxSxPx posted a review of The Ultimate Collection

The Ultimate Collection

“You want a single disc assortment of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles’ combination of tear-stained love songs and straight-up party starters? Then seek out The Ultimate Collection, a compilation of twenty-five songs covering all the biggest hits, some lesser known greats, and a smattering of smart” read more

4 months ago
JxSxPx posted a review of We Are the '80s

We Are the 80s

“They were created by music impresario Malcolm McLauren, he who also created the Sex Pistols and managed/advised groups like the Slits and New York Dolls, crafted Bow Wow Wow in 1980 after several members of the Ants left Adam Ant behind. He found a then-teenaged Annabella Lwin singing at a dry clean” read more

4 months ago

Nuggets From Nuggets

“Before he was part of Patti Smith’s seminal punk group, Lenny Kaye assembled Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965 – 1968 for Elektra Records. Kaye was a music writer and producer at the time, and his vision for Nuggets was a series of eight installments focusing on di” read more

4 months ago

The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1

“The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1 sure enough lives up to that mouth-full of a title, but ol’ Phil is at it again. A whopping four songs here are actually the Ronettes, and there’s no mistaking Ronnie’s voice as a heretofore anonymous member of the group suddenly thrust to the lead” read more

4 months, 3 weeks ago
JxSxPx posted a review of He's a Rebel

He's a Rebel

“Twist Uptown, both the Crystals and Phil Spector’s first full-length album, was released in early 1962. In 1963, the album was repackaged with the smash hit “He’s a Rebel,” strong follow-up “He’s Sure the Boy I Love,” and aborted single “He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss)” replacing s” read more

4 months, 3 weeks ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Twist Uptown

Twist Uptown

“It’s not quite the Wall of Sound just yet, but the foundations are clearly being scoped and the bricks picked out. Twist Uptown was the first full-length album from super-producer Phil Spector, and it’s a solid historical document as well as being a uniformly strong pop album. Not quite a master” read more

4 months, 3 weeks ago

J to tha L-O! The Remixes

“Despite what you might believe, Jennifer Lopez’s voice was never the thing that launched her brief foray as a pop diva. Pop music is dependent upon a personality, which she had, and a look, she was the antithesis to the skinny bleached blonde pop girls. That’s how La Lopez got the number one mov” read more

5 months ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Get It

Get It

“The Lashes debut album, Get It, is an infectious romp, but unlike their contemporaries Hot Hot Heat, the Strokes or Rooney, the Lashes sound like they’re aping their own generation. It’s not terrible; it’s harmless and very safe, but a lot of fun while it lasts. You won’t remember much of i” read more

5 months ago

Every Breath You Take: The Classics

“White boy reggae never sounded as good as it did with the Police’s barrage of stellar singles throughout the early 80s. Every Breath You Take: The Classics lives up to that subtitle even if the track listing is missing a few gems (“So Lonely,” “Synchronicity II,” “The Bed’s Too Big Wit” read more

5 months ago

The Best of Village People

“The Best of Village People displays that they were a great party band, and a reminder of just how silly, camp, and dumb they were. Their songs remain anthems for stadiums and awkward drunken dancing at wedding receptions. Come on, everyone’s had to suffer through watching their older relatives emb” read more

5 months ago
Michael de`Oz posted a review of Return to Lemuria

“Lyrics:

When I dare close my eyes

I feel the vibrant morning rise

On the shore of dear and secret island

I've waited for too long to join you

Where true love belongs

Let's embark on a jorney

Back to our land

Leave the wo” read more

5 months, 1 week ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Pet Sounds

Pet Sounds

“During the earliest writing sessions for Pet Sounds, Brian Wilson turned to his then-wife and said, “I’m gonna make the greatest album! The greatest rock album ever made!” Inspired by the Beatles’ Rubber Soul, a record that he believed to have no-filler, Wilson wanted to top it, to bring a n” read more

6 months ago
JxSxPx posted a review of She Talks to Rainbows

She Talks to Rainbows

“The Ronettes were a girl group that always flirted with being too much, and their sound was frequently more aggressive and dangerous than many of their counterparts and contemporaries. It was all in the way that Ronnie Spector sang. Her voice was filled with carnal knowledge, a playful adolescence, ” read more

6 months, 3 weeks ago
Nexter posted a review of Movies

“Amazing...” read more

7 months ago
Nexter posted a review of Movies

“Excellent.” read more

7 months ago

A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector

“A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector is the sound of the super-producer taking his trademark “Wall of Sound” style and smashing beloved Christmas carols into it. “Winter Wonderland” and “White Christmas” now have more in common with “Da Doo Ron Ron” and “He’s a Rebel” tha” read more

7 months, 3 weeks ago

You Make It Feel Like Christmas

“If you had asked me what I thought a potential Gwen Stefani Christmas album would sound like, I’d probably respond with something along the lines of the bratty New Wave of the Waitresses song “Christmas Wrapping,” maybe the synthpop of Wham!’s “Last Christmas” (more on that song later), ” read more

7 months, 3 weeks ago
JxSxPx posted a review of Merry From Lena

Merry from Lena

“Not quite standard yuletide fare but rather a lounge club act centered on the Christmas spirit, Merry from Lena zips and swings with Lena Horne’s trademark sultry and jazzy vocals and bits of adult-oriented humor to give it plenty of flavor. “Jingle All the Way,” a reworking of “Jingle Bells” read more

7 months, 3 weeks ago
Fae Shana Taelor posted a review of She Wolf

She Wolf by Shakira - Album Review ★

“This album is so underrated. I like every song on this album except for Mon Amour to be very honest, however I love the sexy tracks such as Long Time and Why Wait. I think Long Time is my favorite song on this record.” read more

8 months, 1 week ago
Joe Alwyn posted a review of 24K Magic

“muy flojo el album , letras buenas y unas que no tienen ni sentido, intenta imitar el estilo clasico de artistas viejos pero falla en hacerlo, la vos de bruno muy nehhh ni buena ni malo, ritmos pegadizos que son solo eso pegadizos nada memorable y como RYB queda muy corto pero es un album decente ti” read more

8 months, 3 weeks ago

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