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Dreamboat Annie Live | Shout! Factory
Heart are fast becoming the world’s best classic-rock cover band.
By: BRETT MILANO  |  October 22, 2007


Goin’ Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino

This packed two-disc set gathers all the usual suspects and more for a Tipitina’s Foundation project to rebuild Domino’s Ninth Ward neighborhood in New Orleans.
By: CLEA SIMON  |  October 22, 2007


Joe Bonamassa

Sloe Gin | J+R Adventures
Six CDs into his solo career, this singer and six-stringer from upstate New York has hit his artistic stride.
By: TED DROZDOWSKI  |  October 22, 2007


Neil Young

Chrome Dreams II | Reprise
Don’t start wondering how you missed the first Chrome Dreams .
By: JEFF TAMARKIN  |  October 22, 2007



La Cucaracha | Rounder
Ween come out flapping and squawking on La Cucaracha .
By: PATRICK CATES  |  October 22, 2007


The Go! Team

Proof of Youth | Sub Pop
The Go! Team, from England, call their sophomore full-length Proof of Youth for good reason, but they needn’t have gone to the trouble.
By: MIKAEL WOOD  |  October 22, 2007


Habib Koité and Bamada

Afriki | Cumbancha
That and his velvet voice complement the introspective mood here.
By: BANNING EYRE  |  October 15, 2007


John Fogerty

Revival | Fantasy
Fogerty is again in full command of his talent for blending heartfelt writing with irony-free meat-and-potatoes rock.
By: TED DROZDOWSKI  |  October 15, 2007


Mark Shilansky

Join the Club | self-released
This “club” is one anyone would be happy to join.
By: JON GARELICK  |  October 15, 2007


Steve Earle

Washington Square Serenade | NewWest
This is Steve Earle’s big hug to his new home town, New York City, and his new wife (his seventh), country singer Allison Moorer.
By: JEFF TAMARKIN  |  October 15, 2007


Bunny Ranch

Luna Dance | Transformadores
These garage-rockers from Coimbra, Portugal, get the music exactly right, and the quirks of language only make them more endearing.
By: BRETT MILANO  |  October 15, 2007



In Our Bedrrom After the War | Arts + Crafts
This is something of a letdown.
By: MIKAEL WOOD  |  October 15, 2007


Résumé: Selected + Mixed by Citizen Crew

The French labels Kitsune, Ed Banger, and Institubes have clogged dance bins with aggro, monochromatic, twitchy filter metal.
By: NICK SYLVESTER  |  October 08, 2007


Maga Bo

Confusion of Tongues | Soot
Brazil-based DJ and producer Maga Bo is a sound recordist by profession and a traveler by inclination.
By: SUSANNA BOLLE  |  October 08, 2007


Songs About Girls | A+M
There’s something melodious and calm about’s third solo hip-hop/R&B album — but there’s also something boring about its euphonic electro-funk dolor.
By: ELLEE DEAN  |  October 08, 2007


Dashboard Confessional: The Shade of the Poison Trees

The people want their wimp back; he’ll meet them halfway.
By: MIKAEL WOOD  |  October 08, 2007


Serj Tankian

Elect the Dead | Warner Bros.
Playing almost all the instruments and freed from the Goliath prog-metal of System of a Down, he gives full release to his inner clown parade.
By: KEN MICALLEF  |  October 08, 2007



Rudder |
This New York City instrumental quartet hold their ground somewhere in among Morphine, Kraftwerk, Joy Division, and Bitches Brew–era Miles.
By: TED DROZDOWSKI  |  October 01, 2007


The Cult

Born into This | Roadrunner
Let’s be viral.
By: JAMES PARKER  |  October 01, 2007


Two Gallants: Saddle Creek

An unhappy marriage of sounds
Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel have long been trying for a sound that’s both earthy and artsy, Bright Eyes folk rock delivered with an aw-shucks squint.
By: DAVID BRUSIE  |  October 03, 2007


A Fine Frenzy | One Cell in the Sea

Virgin (2009)
A Fine Frenzy is 22-year-old Alison Sudol, an LA-based piano-pop prodigy who’s probably never heard a Fiona Apple song she didn’t love.
By: MIKAEL WOOD  |  February 24, 2009

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