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More East side than West side?
Leaving us crying in the rain......
Nathan reviews a new edition of a classic album from one of the greatest things to ever come out of Sweden.
The NoCal boys have gone rock!
Abz takes a listen to the second solo album by California's Alexx Calise. 'Rocktronica'? Bring it on..
Alicemary checks out the second album by All American Rejects
Creeds phoenix finally flies
You've all seen the movie 'Hitch' right?
The four cellists of the Apocalypse are back, and they've brought some friends...
Not to everybody's taste, but the scary woman "sings" again.
Sami takes a look at latest album from Brighton metalcore band, Architects.
Macy Gray meets Romily Alice, with folk stylings, and quotes from Hunter S Thompson.
So, is the follow up to her debit any good?
An email from out of the blue reveals a nice surprise in the form of Croydon trio, "Bad Sign"
Bea listens to Lights Out to see if it's a big deal
Black Gold's debut album throws in a bit of something for everyone, and emerges victorious
The storming third album from the Kentucky rockers
Apparently known for their childlike character and lewdness
The third album from Brighton based alt-rockers
"Artistic freedom made this record possible," says Jon Bon Jovi. "Musical freedom to explore--and emotional freedom to express what was in our hearts." The result of that freedom is Lost Highway, an album Jon describes as "a Bon Jovi record influenced by Nashville."
All of those timeless classics on 2 CDs, plus new material.
Dan reviews the latest from the L.A thrashers
40 years on, Raitt has still got the blues.
Entertaining or embarrassing - on which side of the line will the latest Bowling For Soup album fall?
The fourth album from the five piece alternative rock band from Levittown, New York.
The solo album from the Killers front man.
The Gibraltarian Mafia are back, with insects...
An unexpected slice of 80s pop lands on our doorstep 25 years after it was released.
As recorded in Dean J Sharman's bedroom, hallway and cupboard under the stairs.
Glaswegian death metal (and not the quiet type)
The second album from the drum and bass duo, who are up for this years Best British Group award at this years Brits
The debut solo album from the ex-Seahorses frontman takes an unexpected direction
We have no idea how Rosie discovered this band, but we're glad that she did!
Three-time Oscar-nominated Danny Elfman, one of Hollywood's most in-demand composers, continues his long-standing collaboration with innovative director Tim Burton for the soundtrack to the stop-motion animated feature Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.
Difficult second album? Not a bit of it.
The compelling conclusion to the "Nomad" series of albums.
Pantera found its growl and groove on Cowboys From Hell, a landmark album whose bone-powdering intensity, razor-sharp riffing and pummeling rhythmic assault represented a turning point in modern metal when it was released in 1990
Crystal Castles is the first full-length LP by Toronto-based duo Crystal Castles released in the UK on April 28, 2008.
Crystal Castles, also known as Crystal Castles II, is the second studio album by electronic music group Crystal Castles. Aaron gets to see if it's any good...
How does the first solo album by the former frontman of The Servant shape up?
Review of the upcoming debut album from Dappy
The second album from Manchester rockers Dear Superstar, released on 6th February 2012.
Dutch symphonic metal band Delain, founded by Within Temptation's ex-keyboardist, Martijn Westerholt. The Jitty has a listen to their album, April Rain
After an excellent interview, Lampard grabs a copy of their album, Acolyte...
The beast has arisen.....
Brilliant album that'll purr on your CD shelf demanding you play it again and again.
Released on May 25, 1983, it has been hailed by critics as Dio's best work and a classic staple in the heavy metal genre. The album was eventually certified Gold in the US on September 12, 1984 and Platinum on March 21, 1989.
Jazz checks out the latest album from Drake
is the world not one big slave ship…
..or Werewolf, as the Spanish would say. Is the album just as changeable?