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Bleached are able to transport their listeners to their native California through the distorted, grunge and punk induced melancholia.
Every Picture Tells A Story, Rod Stewart's third album, was the legendary singer's finest release and, notably, included his breakthrough track Maggie May.
Life went full circle for Bryan Ferry with his 2007 release Dylanesque. Hardly a surprise for a singer whose early career featured so many covers.
I'm not one for listening to music whilst riding the Bonnie out on the open road but I often have music playing whilst donning boots, jacket and helmet.
The Pogues blend passion and poetry to cement their reputation for delivering traditional Irish folk and hard-hitting punk in equal measure.
Despite some unquestionable advantages of CDs, sales of vinyl records are thriving and for some pretty good reasons too.
Female voices in distinct harmony from Taylor & the Mason on their new CD, a recording that nails everything they are about.
The Arctic Monkeys ruffled feathers with this follow-up to their debut album. The Pigeons gave it a coo, albeit a muted one.
Catch A Fire was the first reggae album to make an impact on the international rock market in 1973. The content was both socially aware and militant.
Kings Of Leon album Because of the Times — how different they sound, stronger tunes, a greater dynamic range and, put simply, more guts.
California's Faith No More combined funk, rap, and heavy metal and It was nine years before they released The Real Thing album.
FatPigeon Live recorded an interview with Mike Waldron during the creation of his new album. We've had the first listen.
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