Kim Gordon: No Home Record
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Kim Gordon: No Home Record

Gordon proves that her artistic process isn’t irrevocably tied to a single medium or period…

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Best Britpop Album Ever: Pulp: Different Class
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Best Britpop Album Ever: Pulp: Different Class

Different Class is so special is that its creators had quite clearly lived the pain…

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Wilco: Ode to Joy
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Wilco: Ode to Joy

In allowing a bit of discomfort into their music, Wilco may yet rediscover what made…

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Liam Gallagher: Why Me? Why Not.
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Liam Gallagher: Why Me? Why Not.

Pixies: Beneath the Eyrie
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Pixies: Beneath the Eyrie

Beneath the Eyrie shows signs of the band figuring out what it wants to be…

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Oasis: Definitely Maybe (vinyl reissue)
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Oasis: Definitely Maybe (vinyl reissue)

Definitely Maybe is an utterly phenomenal album, the kind that rocks hard without falling back…

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Bat for Lashes: Lost Girls
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Bat for Lashes: Lost Girls

Lost Girls is a day-glo slice of synth-pop that pushes back against the dourness of…

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Best Solo Beatles Album Ever: All Things Must Pass
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Best Solo Beatles Album Ever: All Things Must Pass

Whitney: Forever Turned Around
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Whitney: Forever Turned Around

Pop Etc.: Covers Collection
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Pop Etc.: Covers Collection

Covers Collection consists of self-indulgent acoustic covers that barely rise above the quality of an…

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