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X and Y: Coldplay(EMI) The third offering from Chris Martin & co. Following on from 2003's magnum opus A Rush Of Blood To The Head, an exhilarating journey, Coldplay now set sail for more epic shores, with a new album entitled X & Y.
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Get Behind Me Satan: The White Stripes(V2) Jack and Meg are back with a long - awaited follow up to Elephant.
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The Rough Guide to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan(World Music Network) Known as Shahen-Sha, 'the brightest of stars', his evocative voice and hypnotic music have touched audiences worldwide.
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Come away with me: Norah Jones(Blue note) No doubt this will be the catalyst for a multitude of candle-lit suppers and more I suspect...
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Your New Favourite Band: The Hives(Poptones) Rated as ‘one of the bands of the moment’ this collection of hits from there previous two albums lives up to the hype.
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Echobrain: Echobrain(Chophouse / Surfdog) I didn’t know exactly where we were headed, but the main thing was, when we got there, we were going to PARTY!
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When You're Ready: Two Day Rule(Sugar Shack Records) At a time when the population is in danger of drowning in a sea full of artificially manufactured bands, it is refreshing to hear one that's a real band
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Take Off Your Pants And Jacket: Blink 182(MCA records) The punk trio return with yet another hormone fuelled, poppy sweetener for the youth of today.
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Amnesiac: Radiohead(Parlophone) When Radiohead released their album "Kid A" the world thought they had reached the limit of their experimentation, but now with the release of this album, Amnesiac, they have just gone on right through those frontiers like Concorde breaking the sound barrier: (mixed-metaphors notwithstanding) a further step on the fork they took with "Kid A".
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Reveal: REM(Warner Bros.) REM’s reveal is a disappointing album, that takes them back to their former days of repetitive tracks, muddling melodies meddling with minors, and stagnant sounds. In the good old days, the only shining lights coming out of America were their independent and experimental sounds.
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The Invisible Band: Travis(Independiente)

The Invisible Band is the 3rd album from the Scottish songsters, and following on from the success of "The Man Who…" presents something of a challenge to Travis.

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Here Be Monsters: Ed Harcourt(Heavenly) THIS is the first album from the West Sussex songsmith, following in the footsteps of his impressive debut 'mini-CD' "Maplewood". The album is a collection of 11 ballads ranging from the sombre to the stomping, which sticks to the typical album formula of 'good start, good finish, with something else…
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Extreme Sports: Yuppie Flu vs Three Pieces(Vital) CONTRASTING, limited edition esoterica from the Extreme Sports imprint. In the intelligent pop corner we have the five-strong Yuppie Flu from Ancona in Italy. With ‘Ambassadors’ they come out fighting; although its crisply spare slink cunningly disguises their multi-directional attack. Tactics that are impossible to predict leave you reeling on the ropes. Just duck and weave as the short, sharp jabs of distorted sonics loom - then underpin the breathlessly nasal, stream of consciousness…
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I Learned From The Best: Whitney Houston(Arista Records) SHE did. And now she is… At least if you diva up her opposition in the overpopulated playground that is commercial soul/ r'n'b. Taken from the mid-brow monolith that is My Love Is Your Love, this single is a highly polished, production-line power ballad stuffed to the brim with those Whitney-aheeeaheeeaheee vocal tricks and traits which delight the devotees - while pummelling the opposition into submission. She's the Queen of the smooth sheen: a CD soul who seldom addresses - or gets the juices…
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10+3: Remixes: Warp(Warp Records) AND now, you children of the dance… the Warp label is all grown-up. But hey, they’re still not overt to the odd bit of plink, plonk - or Plone: Good tip for any of you potential future Warp signings … make your name one-syllable; preferably onomatopoeic; begin it with P - and hey presto (see, there’s one already that could work at a push … and another!) you’re in with a chance.
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10+2: Classics 89-92: Warp(Warp Records) SHEFFIELD, (ex) steel city of the North. A hotbed of activity for early ‘80s synth-pop - and more: Human League, Heaven 17, Cabaret Voltaire… fertile ground for a distinctive and warped, industrial-electronic complex. More than just an historical blip: this ambience entered the local psyche and helped to create a Warp receptive audience.
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10+1: Influences: Warp(Warp Records) TIME Warp… the way we were. The first part of the esteemed Sheffield label’s tenth birthday celebrations is a pass-the- parcel compendium of the choons that bind us. From genesis in 1986 - an independent record shop swimming against the prevailing tide – to revelation in 1989… hey, we can do that… and the formation of the Warp records label, these are the sounds that tweaked the ears, inspired dreams, and soundtracked the days as they filled the Warp shop racks with early US house.
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Easy: Velvet Belly(Boilerhouse Records) THE UK debut single from Norway’s Velvet Belly is as fresh, crisp and clean as the wide open spaces that the band hail from. Forget the esoteric name – netted from a deep-water shark – and the press release’s emphasis on the bands’ shared love for ‘70s New York punk, krautrock and ‘80s synth-pop; also disregard any preconceptions of isolated eclecticism surfacing from the remoteness of their origin. These are pure record company affectation. They may originate from a one-reindeer, coastal town in "Norway’s bible belt" but even out there you’ll…
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Dear Lie: TLC(Laface/Arista) BRITAIN'S favourite girls of 1999 unwrap their Christmas gift to a waiting nation. Their sassy, sexy assurance has left the hip-hop/soul crossover hordes glancing anxiously over their shoulders this year, as the streamlined TLC model accelerates past on yet another chart assault. You'd definitely cross over the road to avoid the clapped-out exhaust of so many of their competitors in this increasingly choked market. In comparison, the vocal emissions of Chili, T-Boz and Left-Eye shift through the gears with a smooth style that is distinctly top of the range.
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Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic: The Symbol(Arista Records) HIS purpleness returns. King of the glorious splendour, his paisley prince and so what do we make of The Joy Fantastic? A weird thing happens on this CD after a dull and lacklustre start Prince (I ain't saying Symbol - fuck that) covers Sheryl Crow's 'Every Day Is A Winding Road' and all of a sudden those purple rain days return! Five more tracks back up the brilliance and his purpleness pulls off half an album!!…
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Mary: Supergrass(Parlaphone) IT'S been a real dilemma. How do you get from being a cheeky little monkey with big sideburns - inhabiting a small world where everything's alright, and youthful, youthful, youthful - through the inevitable, as it is problematical, artistic adolescence of the second and third albums; while reaching the other side relatively unscathed. Change too much and you risk alienating your core audience - don't change at all and you stifle personal development, while everyone has moved onwards and upwards to pastures new.
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Angel: Sarah McLachlan(Arista Records) THE SLEEVE of this CD single is heavy on the numbers game: top airplay hit in 11 countries; multi-platinum in the US; worldwide sales of over 12 million. The inference is clear: what's up with us Brits that Sarah sells so comparatively badly here? Are we out of step? (No, we've more Steps than we know how to deal with thank you!) Is it only a matter of time before the breakthrough? Or does it simply display our impeccable…
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Amplified: Q-Tip(Arista Records) EXPECTATION was running high for the first solo release from a former member of the now disbanded hip-hop legends - A Tribe Called Quest. Although Tribe’s final album The Love Movement was disappointing - Q-Tip stakes a strong claim that he can entertain alone.v
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Quality Control: Quirk(Matsuri) QUALITY Control is a much more enticing affair, than 'Machina…'. Straddling dance genres from tech-trance, house, and trip hop, there’s some seriously diverse tackle on offer here. ‘Sleazy Listening’ marries thumping house beats to a vocal not a million miles away from Gary Numan. It’s also got the attitude of Leftfield & Lydon’s Open Up from a few years back. Other tracks showcase Bulgarian choirs, classical guitars and other esoteric delights, over a rhythmic…
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Machina Electronica and Fornax Chemica: Quirk(Matsuri) SPLENETIC critics in the past have always had a field day with psychedelic trance, reserving their most savage asides and caustic put-downs for the genre. It’s always going to be easy to knock the frazzled Goa tribe, and their lazy pharmaceutical philosophies. Maybe it’s the over-indulgent noodlings of most generic trance music that attracts such avid vitriol – music that might sound like seeing God under the influence of several microdots, but it otherwise…
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Forever: Puff Daddy(Puff Daddy Records) PUFF Daddy world. Like a movie. Move the screen back. Lord is his best friend now Notorious BIG dead, seems like he still mourning. "do you understand what it means to be black?" jennifer lopez - real niggaz do reeal things - BIG comes in introduced over the PA by his old buddy the Puff Daddy and it's great to hear that BIG voice again but Puffy's scrubbing the archives - not much there on Real Niggas.
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Normal For Bridgwater: Peter Bruntnell(Slow River Records) FOR those of you who knew he was there in the first place – mainly a disparate group of assorted, enchanted critics and a hard core of equally bewitched fans – Peter Bruntnell is back. He’s got a new American-based label, his own band, and boasts a new direction – if boasting is the right word for someone who has always seemed to assume a low-key presence that’s in direct opposition to his talent. It is here that bewitched turns easily to bewilderment. Understated… underrated: a familiar story.
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Northern Star: Melanie C(Virgin Records) WELCOME to the new and improved Melanie C: made-over to breach the peace; finally getting in touch with the rampant indie-lovechild inside; Spice-free to do just what she really, really, wants… at least that’s the impression you’d get if you swallowed all the outpourings of an unrelenting publicity machine.
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Maxi Priest with Elisha La Verne: Back Together Again(CombiNation on Virgin Records) WHERE'S Maxi been? Not songwriting or perfecting covers if we judge by this effort. It's soul by numbers with Elisha La Verne adding little to the fraction of a song that's there (apparently a Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway original.) Maxi's fine voice will always be stamped over any of his recordings, it saves the verse but the lack of chorus collapses any kind of lift that was happening. Elisha just complements the general lazyness of the track.
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Songs In The Key Of E: Nick Kane(Demon Records) CONFUSED by the freewheeling terms of pre-millennial music? Then this instrumental debut album is for you. It's back to the future… The only house here is the one that's rockin' under the prolonged attack of Nick Kane's nimble fingers as he puts the faithful Gibson on a lead. From there it's a short walk out of the garage and down to the twelve-bar room at the end of three-chord alley.
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Corruption: Iggy Pop(Virgin Records) TELL your driver to take a sharp left at Avenue B… go straight on into the seamy part of town, and there you’ll find a squalid back alley called Corruption where you can take a walk on the riled side with Iggy Pop. He may be a living monument to a life of sleaze but despite his advanced age there is little sign that his appetite, or energy, for the kind of low-down and dirty rock that makes the hairs rise on the back of your neck – has gone to seed.
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Living In The Flood: Horace Andy(Melankolic Records) IT'S Sunday, or Monday evening, when everyone you know is too tired and thinking about the rest of the week: so you find yourself at home with the CD player and a copy of some listings magazine, staring at the stuff you could be doing. Living in the Flood? Yes, well it's like this… It's a happy, mellow, melodic mix of songs, all following one another in just the right order - pulling you along with it. The frustrating Monday becomes easier to live.
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Sunshine EP: Gel(Che Trading Limited) OH the wonder of youth! 'Sunshine' the title track of GEL's Ep, four young lads from Reading, shows no vestiges of the Thames Valley scene. Fun, fresh and enthusiastic plus dual harmonies to die for, what a band! What energy! Joie de vivre! A hundred percent guitar indie wash but one that's clean and conditioned with no odd socks left in the drum (enough! Ed) Guitar pop played for the audience to love to, jump to, go bonky student union ballistic to!! I'm reminded of John Peel first hearing 'Teenage Kicks' - is it…
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Cars: Fear Factory(Roadrunner Records) LIKE the covers band you can see down your local tonight Fear Factory try to make 'Cars' sound like the original, so much so that they even have Gary Numan on "guest" vocals! That'll lend it some authenticity, ah boys? Why is this listed under Fear Factory? Surely it is Gary Numan featuring Fear Factory? The other two tracks have all the hallmarks / shortcomings of this cyber-metal genre. Cartoon ogre vocals, "cutting" guitar and robotic drumming. As this is a cover which does nothing with the…
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Cool Crooners: Various Artists(ABM Label) THE EASY listening revival eased its kitsch and cuddly way through the nation's collective consciousness at the tail end of the '90s as Jimmy Webb, Burt Bacharach, Serge Gainsbourg, and many other fine purveyors of the classic art of the song, were subject to a new wave of interest. Much of the audience reaction resembled the process of poking a pointed stick at something they didn't quite understand - the whole commercial rehabilitation…
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This Is Your Life: The Dust Brothers(Boilerhouse/Restless Records) THIS Is Your Life soundtracks the harsh emotional terrain of the current Brad Pitt vehicle - Fight Club. The Dust Brothers' production factory - with its cut and re-assembly line technique - appears a perfect film foil for the ennui evoked within. However, despite the promised banquet this remains little more than a take away, albeit a very good one within its own constraints - feeding a need, though never satisfying with anything like the deep complexity of the square meal it perceives itself to be
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Divas Sing The Blues: Various Artists(ABM Label) SEX is next to breathing - both reflex and fundamental. With the arrogance of youth each generation behaves as if it's the first to discover the act. And the surprise is almost tangible that someone else got there first. Yet, back in the old days of the last century when contemporary sexuality of the in-yer-face - and in everywhere else - variety would have shocked the censor rigid, the girls were just as moist and salacious. Conveying this to the audience though…
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Hours…: David Bowie(Virgin Records) THOUGH much derided Earthling was as revolutionary in its way as Ziggy Stardust - here was a man in his fifties seen as out of touch for most of the eighties and early nineties who actually took drum n bass and tried it under songs! Guitars over drum and bass! It didn't all work but it was an attempt to do something new…
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Ayia Napa Discovered: Various Artists(Pure Silk) CYPRUS as the new Ibiza? Cunt as the new fuck? Let's hope the soundtrack's better when you get off the plane. Mind you, high on Mitsubishi's most thing sound, but do they sound good? Do they sound good? Do they sound good? Do they sound good?
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I Want It All: Warren G(Arista Records) SUPREME the redeem. California… knows how to party. Warren G has been away. Now he's back and he wants it all. Presumably playing the part of the young buck on the make suits his mood. Humour him seems to be the vibe at present. There's plenty of big shouts for all his "gang" and many feature as guests, namechecks, old tales are told and motifs reprised. Warren! Warren! Warren! Where you been man, we missed you? Or did we… A promising opening gets stuck about track 4 and then the G funk pattern becomes color by numbers. Into features old time honkey music hall maestro prologising on the why's…
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Sweet Idol: Birth(Hut) BIRTH are constructed around the talents of one man - Dawm Lanten. In addition to the unusual name, he likes to keep his band relationships equally singular. It's fluidity that consummates his oeuvre. The hired hands come and go while he remains the undisputed head honcho. Ego gone mad, or a control driven perfectionist? Sweet Idol is inconclusive. This debut single reveals someone in thrall to the laid-back pop harmonics of the early '70s - albeit with a crisply defined contemporary edge.
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Burn To Shine: Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals(Virgin Records) RUNNING on hope, tendacious fiddle sticks, soul and campfire muffins, brothers in harms way - charms way. Oh my God - let the music come - let it. Float on Heaven's chariot - dovetail - it's a long way round - round to where you came from - where everything meant something - meant so much - meant - you go to heartbreak ridge - go and camp out there for a bit - go slow with the mojo rising in the east and then retreat - he was always retreating beat he lost the will to have will to blanket his feelings in cowboy dust - to rust and then retreat once more like sun at…
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Ike Turner, featuring Tina Turner: Ike Turner Review: I Smell Trouble!(ABM Label) HER success has been overwhelming and universal. So much so that it's now hard to sanction, let alone remember, a time when she was plain (though this was probably only ever true in one sense of the word) Ms Annie Mae Bullock - hopeful night-club singer; and when Ike Turner was the main recognised talent and focus of attention. This process has been cemented via his demonisation in print and on film, with the result that their marriage has become a watchword for volatility and an abusive, self-destructive relationship. Ike has come to appear as…
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The Carve-Up: Various Artists(Loose Recordings) WAS it all just a dream?… An indie radio station for London with a radical music stance. A late-night show – The Carve-Up – that wasn’t so much left field as outside the field altogether. A presenter – Keith Cameron – who in following his considerable instinct begged our trust in him, and received it implicitly. Yes, an X-tremely F-ine M-andate all round. Couldn’t last; could it?
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The Animalhouse EP: The Animal House(Boilerhouse/Arista) "OXFORD music scene graduates Mark Gardener (Ride) and Sam Williams (The Mystics) air the first recordings from their new band. As a thesis, this one is thick with cracked mirror (check the sleeve) reflections on the pseudo dark side of the tune. 'Animal' is artfully electronic: urging, primal
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World Party: Goodie Mob(LaFace) "THERE'S nothing wrong with ambition in the right quarters. Up until this - their third album - the Mob have been feverishly documenting the deep soul of the Deep South. Remorselessly articulating the - less than content - voice(s) of the Swats quarter of Atlanta; the microcosm of their neighbourhood
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Black Diamond: Angie Stone(Arista) "FORGET the reference to diamonds… this is what top-of-the-range silk would sound like if it could sing. Angie Stone's slinky fabric is cut from classic soul. The accoutrements and production values are overwhelmingly contemporary. However, right from the first bars of the sublime opening track - 'No More Rain (In This Cloud)'
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Lyte Funkie Ones: Lyte Funkie Ones(Arista/Logic) "WHAT can we say? Other than to declare an interest. OILZINE'S favourite boy band step-up to the microphone with their eagerly awaited debut album. Hey girls, they've got all the required attributes: the pecs, the six-packs, the pouts, the oh-so-moody stares; designer stubble, the chiselled profiles, clothes that make… the manly.
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Afterglow: Crowded House(Capitol) "ANTIPODEAN angst: New Zealand lambs to the altar of fame; world wide weather; a lasting legacy; 1996 all good things come to an end - patience wearing Finn. Now comes the Afterglow to their melodic slow burn. This collection of rare and previously unreleased songs has been compiled to tie up the loose ends
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Hooligan: Embrace(Hut) IT'S goodbye to the kazoos and all that… here we get the horn (intro) and return to having it large on the grander scale. We may indeed not be alone, but it's scarcely alien territory: the band's seemingly unavoidable journey toward planet Oasis continues unabated. The chorus phrasing skirts Liam-lite - scratchy, throaty, nasal territory…
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Latest Writs Greatest Hits… The Best Of: Pretty Things(Snapper Music) "THE ORIGINAL bad boys… so rotten they were the only band from the '60s that Johnny admired, The Pretty Things have been present - though not so correct - at many of the most significant shifts in style of the last thirty-odd-years. So much so that this affectionately compiled collection is not just a history of a band but also of music itself:
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Guilty: Gintare(Parlophone) "THIS is one of those singles that will either have you swearing total heartfelt approval - prior to a lifetime's undying devotion boring the pants of anyone who will listen about your 'precious secret' - or have you heading queasily for the bin marked 'unbearably twee.'
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The Virgin Suicides: Air(Virgin) "THE INTRIGUINGLY sophisticated swirl of chart-hit 'Playground Love' - which opens this score for Sofia Coppola's directing debut, The Virgin Suicides - has already served as introduction to the moody atmospherics that await from the collection of dark pulses and grandiose colour washes residing within.
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Machina/the machines of God: Smashing Pumpkins(Hut) "THE PUMPKINS return from the comparatively calmer waters of 1998 release, Adore, to revisit the sound that made them what they are today. Despite experiencing significant personnel upheaval - Hole's Melissa Auf Der Maur makes her recording debut on bass for one - it's the familiar black and triple-decker formula.
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A Song For The Lovers: Richard Ashcroft(Hut) PONDEROUSLY dramatic string intro - the cheesy background to a deep-voiced film trailer - gives way to a self-consciously BIG angst powered by a relentlessly MOR beat. Yes, can't you K-tel?…
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Imagine: John Lennon(Parlophone) OCCUPYING the critical pews on this album is a bit like spitting in church. To listen is akin to a religious experience for devotees. To be less than reverential is to stand against the accepted orthodoxy. However, it's equally difficult to imagine the man himself being any less than dismissive of such an approach…
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Ordinary Man: Day One(Melankolic) LAID-BACK and low-key self-effacement polished to an art form by Bristolian duo Phelim Byrne and Donnie Hardwidge. Dole life lent twenty-one year old Byrne the time to develop the lean angularity of his perspective on the smirks, quirks and less than outrageous fortune of everyday experience…
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Duke Elegant: Dr John(Parlophone) "ONE of the coolest men in rock history meets and greets the historical legacy of one of the coolest men in jazz, producing a rare thing of beauty - a covers album that has an air of freshness, yet manages to retain the hallmarks of enduring quality that are the motivation for attempting any such project initially."
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Life Story: Black Rob(Puff Daddy Records) C A WHOREY, milordy tale which whacks drive-by fuckos with enough venom to scare the Blair Bitch (Hanging Cherie - they call her - take the girlie picture out of the phone Booth - niggaz!!) So who's in the Black Rob house? L'il Kim - her highness, his Mase-ness and guess what? Brother Puff on two tracks no less!
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Disco & The Halfway To Discontent: Clinton(Meccico Records) A HEADY trip down nostalgia avenue - where the kitsch just got cool and the sweetness of by-gone times is rosy hued.
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The Noise Made By People: Broadcast(Warp Records) "THE band name can be applied literally. Broadcast spread their perceptive net wide to produce the beautiful noise that this album encapsulates. They build a contemporaneous semi-detachment on the ethereal foundations of wide-eyed '60s electronic psychedelia.
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Supernatural: Santana(Arista) "THIS is a review we did when this album first came out here last year. Supernatural has now gone on to massive success in the US: SIX MILLION copies sold there in 1999 while the single 'Smooth' topped the US charts for TWELVE WEEKS - the longest running of the year: be sure, be very sure…
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The Hour of Bewilderbeest: Badly Drawn Boy(Twisted Nerve) AT last, the debut album by Manchester's wonderboy composer-arranger guitarist and singer extraordinaire Damon Gough is here. After bearing witness to the whirlpool jazz of Once Around The Block and the exquisite Another Pearl, what fine and luxurious treasure will be unfurled before us?
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United: Phoenix(Source) HOW the worm doth turn! Just a miniscule time ago, many of us surely would have run a mile away from unadulterated American AOR. That was the bleak 80s, when Foreigner, Toto, Steve Miller Band and Queen songs dominated every movie soundtrack, when Radio One pretended techno and hip-hop didn't exist but peddled this turgid racket day in…
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Bugged: Babybird(Echo) STEPHEN Jones says his album is about being watched and monitored, about things that piss you off, and being a bugger yourself. But was he just talking bollocks? For Bugged is a big and bouncy bundle of pure joy, almost from start to finish. It doesn't pretend to be challenging. Hot damn! It's traditional, for the most part euphoric, pop music…
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