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Album of the Week for 3/29/2015 – SMALL POOLS - LOVETAP!

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Album of the Week, March 29: Imperial Bedroom by Elvis Costello and the Attractions

By the time he released his seventh album, Elvis Costello had established himself as a force to be reckoned with. After a stunning debut, he churned out a steady series of albums that each had a significant number of critics crying “masterpiece!” The erstwhile Declan MacManus proved a deft hand at a wide array of musical styles, applying his encyclopedic knowledge and broad tastes to post-punk, art pop, honky-tonk, country, and R&B. 861 more words

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Album of the week: throwback edition

Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner in a movie…together? In the movie, Houston is the biggest pop star in the industry and needs the protection of Kevin Costner, a former Secret Service agent, to keep a mad stalker away. 209 more words

Album of the Week : Be Slowly

Their name may remind you of blood soaked oceans, a line of razor sharp teeth and a gaggle of screaming sunbathers, but don’t worry, because what we have here is just a four-man band called JAWS, and guess what? 232 more words

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Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

Austrailian born singer-songwriter, Courtney Barnett, has been floating around the scene for a long time now. Over the past few years she has only released a few EPs and winning the love of critics all around with her lovable attitude and good humour. 402 more words

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Quintessential Albums :: Got No Shadow (1998) :: Mary Lou Lord

Quintessential Albums :: Got No Shadow (1998) :: Mary Lou Lord

A Little History:

Got No Shadow is an album by Mary Lou Lord, released in early 1998 on Work Records. 863 more words

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Datarock - Red (2009)

“How sick it must’ve been to be there/in the middle of the past and the future/you’d know it couldn’t last/as the story goes now/and everyone knows/even history’ll show/everything revolves around peaks like those”. 1,648 more words

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