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Album Review: Adele 21

Album Review: Adele 21

Jasper Anderson October 25, 2014

21 is the second and most recent album by English recording artist Adele, released on January 24 2011 in Europe, and February 22 in America.  Adeles personal feel and motown, folk and soul influences...

The Beatles: Rubber Soul

The Beatles: Rubber Soul

Sara Jackson October 14, 2014

The Beatles' Rubber Soul is Community High science teacher Courtney Kiley's favorite album. It is the first Beatles record Kiley owned and was given to her by her father. The nostalgia and sentimental...

Jay-Z: “Magna Carta….Holy Grail”

Sarae Vawters November 26, 2013

Jay Z releases his 12th solo album going platinum before the release date. Opening us up to the life after his daughter was born with the popular single “Holy Grail” and putting the well known artist...



Victoria Garcia November 20, 2013

Garage/electronic fans will find XXYYXX’s first album highly impressive. Produced by Orlando native, Marcel Everett who is only 16 years old at the time of the making of the album, is intense yet soft,...

The Beatles:

The Beatles: “Abbey Road”

Janie Burns November 18, 2013

The Beatles left their mark with this album. “Abbey Road” was the last album they recorded in the studio. However, “Let It Be” was the last album to be released. Even though most of their songs,...

Arcade Fire:

Arcade Fire: “Reflektor”

Ryan Michaels November 17, 2013

There’s little sense in denying that as a cultural force, rock-and-roll has had its foot out the door for a considerable length of time. With the advent of popular stadium rock -- think U2, latter-era...


E-dubble: “Hip Hop is Good”

Dario Zullo November 16, 2013

In his most recent album “Hip Hop is Good” e-dubble reaches into a near exemplary state bringing out the true intensity of hip hop. In every note, he provides a mind-boggling experience leaving whoever’s...

The Killers:

The Killers: “Hot Fuss”

Maya Gurfinkel November 14, 2013

Ranked 43 by the Rolling Stone’s on their list of the “100 Best Albums of the Decade” the Killers have done it. This album hit home in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia where it was number...

The Beatles's album was released in 1967.

The Beatles: “Sgt. Peppers and The Lonely Heart’s Club”

Grace Stamos November 12, 2013

“Hey, how about disguising ourselves and getting an alter ego, because we're The Beatles and we're fed up.”-Paul McCartney. Just by glancing at The Beatles’ 1967 album cover, “Sgt. Peppers and...

The Neighbourhood:

The Neighbourhood: “I Love You”

Lucy Fuller November 10, 2013

The synth is supposed to be loud. The beats are supposed to be strong. The words are supposed to be listened to and mean something. “I Love You” is supposed to be listened to. The alternative rock...

Imagine Dragons: “Night Visions”

Myel Ristenbatt November 9, 2013

“Night Visions” produced by Imagine Dragons was number two on the Billboard 200 in the U.S. It was in the top 10 albums in over 10 countries around the world. They went on tour in the United States...

Paul Simon: “Graceland”

Graehm Fazio November 8, 2013

The array of musical instruments in Graceland creates a mosaic that catches the ear on the first track, “The Boy in the Bubble”.  Released in 1986, the sounds of Graceland stay one-of-a-kind even...

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