Rediscover: Destroyer: This Night
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Rediscover: Destroyer: This Night

Destroyer was once classified as “folk rock” and constantly compared to David Bowie.

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Rediscover: The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World
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Rediscover: The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World

The Shaggs provide a lesson in discussions of music subjectivity vs. objectivity.

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Rediscover: Art Bears: Winter Songs
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Rediscover: Art Bears: Winter Songs

Winter Songs is often overlooked in favor of the more esoteric work bookending this collection…

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Rediscover: Márta Sebestyén:  I Can See the Gates of Heaven
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Rediscover: Márta Sebestyén: I Can See the Gates of Heaven

Can See the Gates of Heaven is the crown in Sebestyén's distinguished discography.

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Revisit: Prince: The Black Album
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Revisit: Prince: The Black Album

Prince’s funniest, darkest, weirdest and most violent album is also arguably his last great record.

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Rediscover: Phoenix: Alphabetical
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Rediscover: Phoenix: Alphabetical

Alphabetical still sounds fresh, its omnivorous style refusing to tether it to any particular musical…

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Rediscover: Bash & Pop: Friday Night Is Killing Me
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Rediscover: Bash & Pop: Friday Night Is Killing Me

Friday Night Is Killing Me is all but forgotten by anyone other than diehard Replacements…

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Rediscover: Oxford Collapse: Remember the Night Parties
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Rediscover: Oxford Collapse: Remember the Night Parties

This record should be handed out at liberal arts colleges along with diplomas.

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Revisit: Rush: Grace Under Pressure
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Revisit: Rush: Grace Under Pressure

Despite what some people may say about this album, it’s very much an inspired entry…

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Revisit: Eric Clapton: Unplugged
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Revisit: Eric Clapton: Unplugged

The morbid undercurrent of Unplugged doesn’t change the fact that it revitalized Clapton’s career.

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