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Ixion - "Enfant de la Nuit"

Ixion belong to the new breed of doom metal bands that have one foot firmly placed on the prog metal side of things. While they might not be as prog as a band like While Heaven Wept, they do use keyboards as a lead instrument many times. 330 more words

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I have long asserted that music from the 70’s and 80’s was richer, more substantive, and frankly, demonstrated greater virtuosity than the music people are making today. 269 more words


Album Review: The Corrs - White Light

The Corrs are back in town with new record White Light, and being 10 years since their last one, they aim to show all these youths how to do pop properly. 343 more words

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Don't Forget, Never Forget

Blog Post By Jerilynn Marie; Images Via Google Images

 Mariah Carey urges a former flame to remember the special moments they had in “Don’t Forget About Us.” Her R&B tinged slow jam was released as the fifth single for the re-issue (the Ultra Platinum Edition) of her tenth album The Emancipation of Mimi in 2005. 1,065 more words

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The Perfect Cult - Deathstars

I was saving this review for the magazine, but I’ll land on the moon before the magazine comes out, so here it is. In full. My latest discovery. 348 more words

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Yung Joc, In Debt $80K, Say Whhaaattt?

A Georgia judge has threw an $80,000 default judgment on Yung Joc for ignoring a jewelry store’s lawsuit that claims that he never paid them. 135 more words

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Adele strikes back and will take your breath away with “25”

After a long four-year break, the 10-time Grammy Award winner Adele jumped back in at the top of charts with her latest riveting release and third album, “25.” On Nov. 642 more words

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