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Travis: The Man Who

Travis is the bridge between the two dominant ends of British rock in the 1990s.

    311: From Chaos

Therapy?: Suicide Pact

Sam Prekop (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
The Small Faces: The BBC Sessions (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
John Scofield: Bump (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    Chris Speed: Emit (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Super Furry Animals, Radiator (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Slayer: God Hates Us All (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    Soulfly: Primitive (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Static-X: Machine (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Swag: Catch-All (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Spring: The Last Goodbye (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
John P. Strohm, Vestavia (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    Martin Sexton: Wonderbar (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Darrell Scott, Family Tree (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    Stars: Nightsongs (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Will Smith: Willennium (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Ken Sharp: Happy Accidents (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Smoking Popes: Live (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Sting: Brand New Day (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Elliott Smith: Figure 8 (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Stereo Total, Stereo Total (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    S Club 7: 7 (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Silver Jews, American Water (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
    Rod Stewart: Human (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Jill Scott: Who Is Jill Scott? (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Matthew Sweet: In Reverse (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
Rollerball: Bathing Music (Reviews) [31.Dec.94]
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