Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

By Adrien Begrand

Instead of coasting like a legacy act, the metal greats push themselves like never before on their 16th album. 31 Aug 2015 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews
How the Hula Girl Sings by Joe Meno

In the acknowledgements in Joe Meno's third novel, Hairstyles of the Damned, Meno writes, 'You Suck It: Judith Regan. Badly. And all you other bad publishing corporations. Be ready, the end is nigh.'"

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1 Sep 2005 // 1:00 AM

Slim Susie (2003)

Thanks to globalization, DVDs, and satellite TV, American imagery (more specifically, indie imagery) has worked its way into almost all foreign film. The Swedish Slim Susie is a beneficiary of this cinematic crosspollination.

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	Brian Setzer: Rockabilly Riot! Volume One: A Tribute to Sun Records

This album is a labor of love, plain and simple, that will appeal to fans of the artist and the material.

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31 Aug 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Greg Osby: Channel Three

Osby continues his winning streak with a fresh-sounding saxophone trio approach.

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	North Mississippi Allstars: Electric Blue Watermelon

On their fourth studio album, the World Boogie vision of the North Mississippi Allstars starts to come into full bloom.

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	Minotaur Shock: Maritime

Wide eyed beats meet up clarinets, violins, flutes and more on a satisfying disc of blissed out electronica.

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	Lucero: Nobody’s Darlings

Rock 'n' roll poetry finds a new voice. Lucero outdo themselves again.

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	Ferry Corsten: Passport: Kingdom of the Netherlands

My ears were open when I popped the disc into my CD player -- it just so happened that what came out of the speakers was frightfully dull.

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	Harold Budd and Eraldo Bernocchi: Music for ‘Fragments from the Inside’

Budd and Bernocchi explore their minimalistic tendencies through a work that is too subtle, nuanced, and developed to even approach the label of 'minimal'.

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31 Aug 2005 // 1:00 AM

A Dear John for dear Ted...

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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