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Saint Etienne – ‘Words and Music’ (Deluxe Edition): A Review

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June 18, 2012
Saint Etienne

By Kenneth E. Oquist It has been seven years since Saint Etienne’s last release. ‘Words and Music’ is absolutely without a doubt worth the wait. If Sarah Cracknell and the guys have slipped by you, this is a fine time to get acquainted. I first heard Sarah solo on her ‘Lipslide’ release. As good...
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Madonna – ‘MDNA: Deluxe Edition’: A Review

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March 29, 2012
Madonna – ‘MDNA: Deluxe Edition’: A Review

The song “I F$%#ed up” off her new release MDNA finds Madonna confessional and delightfully human. This is one of the best on here. “Gang Bang” finds Madonna singing about a lover shot by gang members. This is a good song, but not one of the highlights.”B-Day Song” is a birthday song with a...
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Toby Keith – ‘Clancy’s Tavern’ Deluxe Edition: A Review

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November 7, 2011
Toby Keith - Clancy's Tavern

The first single “Made in America” off of Toby Keith’s new release ‘Clancy’s Tavern’ is a pretty good song that has been out awhile. It has a nice sentiment, but I personally cannot buy all American products. “I Need to Hear a Country Song” finds Toby in need of a Country song, and staying mostly...
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Kelly Clarkson – ‘Stronger’ Deluxe Edition: A Review

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October 27, 2011
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger

Just released from Kelly Clarkson: ‘Stronger’. The single “Mr. Know it All” can be heard on her Official website or watch the embedded video below. It is good, but there is a lot better on here than that. “Dark Side”  has a music box sound for the intro. This is a really solid sounding Pop...
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Barbra Streisand – ‘What Matters Most’: A Review

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September 2, 2011
Barbara Streisand - What Matters Most

On Barbra Streisand’s latest release ‘What Matters Most’ she sings the lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman. The deluxe edition contains previously released material, so hardcore fans may not find the bonus disc essential. The title track suggests the benefits of having loved at all when all is said and done. If silly songs...
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