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I Can’t Turn Off What Turns Me On

I don’t know why, but it’s become more difficult for me to review music as of late. Part of it is probably just that I don’t get a chance to listen as much as I used to, but I’ve had … Continue reading

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All the Girls Are Complicated

It’s been a long time since I’ve listened to any new music. I just got my late anniversary present from my wife, however, and it included three albums that came out this year. All by artists I already knew, mind … Continue reading

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If You Can’t Draw a Crowd, Draw Dicks on a Wall

It’s been a while since I’ve done any album review posts. My lack of money and the shortage of new music from bands I like have both contributed to this. Here are three new ones I have listened to, though, … Continue reading

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Felled by the Blade of a Vowel

Tori Amos, Night of Hunters – An acoustic album based on classical themes, which is an interesting move. In a way, I think it brings some life to her music, since even though her last few releases certainly had some … Continue reading

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