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Nine Inch Nails: Add Violence

Nine Inch Nails: Add Violence

Nine Inch Nails Add Violence (The Null Corporation) At this point in the game, Nine Inch Nails doesn’t really have to do […]

Lana Del Rey: Lust for Life

Lana Del Rey: Lust for Life

Lana Del Rey Lust for Life (Interscope Records) Lana Del Rey’s highly anticipated Lust for Life starts off strong with two back-to-back […]

Quiet Riot: Road Rage

Quiet Riot: Road Rage

Quiet Riot’s new album Road Rage is a commercial rock gem. Drummer Frankie Banali, guitarist Alex Grossi, bassist Chuck Wright and new singer, American Idol-alum James Durbin present 11 songs here that pretty much showcase Banali’s hard hitting, expert songwriting and lots of styles…but all sounding like Quiet Riot in the end.

SZA: Ctrl

SZA: Ctrl

SZA Ctrl (Top Dog Entertainment/ RCA Records) I hate to start off this review bragging, but I have a confession. I’m convinced, […]

Daley: The Spectrum

Daley: The Spectrum

Daley The Spectrum (BMG/ The End Records) The Spectrum begins with the appropriately titled “Introlude.” Simple synths and layered vocals crescendo to […]

Talib Kweli and Styles P: The Seven

Talib Kweli and Styles P: The Seven

Talib Kweli and Styles P The Seven (Javotti Media/ 3D) I’ve had a personal experience with Talib Kweli, so I’m probably subconsciously biased. […]

Washed Out: Mister Mellow

Washed Out: Mister Mellow

Washed Out Mister Mellow Stones Throw Records Singer/ songwriter/ producer Ernest Greene (better known as Washed Out) really lives up to his […]

Randy Newman: Dark Matter

Randy Newman: Dark Matter

Randy Newman’s presents his first studio album of all-new material since 2008 with Dark Matter.

Alice Cooper: Paranormal

Alice Cooper: Paranormal

Alice Cooper’s new (and 27th) studio album, Paranormal sees the original shock-rocker back with a cast of guest musicians and collaborators. Big time rock-super producer and long-time Cooper collaborator Bob Ezrin is here as is U2’s Larry Mullen, Jr. playing drums on the first ten tracks…plus many more surprises.

Freddie Nelson: Shake The Cage

Freddie Nelson: Shake The Cage

One could place Freddie Nelson among any of the execllent pop rock acts of the 70’s, this is the vein he is ming so perfectly and with true style. Shake The Cage is damn good fun.

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