War Changes People, Though Not Necessarily for the Better

War Changes People, Though Not Necessarily for the Better

By Diane Leach

Predating Suite Française in time and tone The Fires of Autumn is an amazingly prescient look at war and greed. 6 May 2015 // 7:00 AM

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	Frog Holler: The High High’s & The Low Low’s

A between albums EP to tide over fans of Frog Holler's countrified rock. This time the guitars are turned up loud.

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27 Jan 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Edo. G featuring Pete Rock: My Own Worst Enemy

With the release of My Own Worst Enemy, Edo. G rolls off the assembly line as music’s next best thing, a “throwback from the ‘9

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	The Chemical Brothers: Push the Button

Push the Button is rounded and accomplished where 2002's Come With Us was uneven and tentative. If you were worried that an unfocused fourth album was the beginning of diminishing returns for the pair, their fifth album serves as a reminder that the Chemical Brothers should never be underestimated.

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27 Jan 2005 // 10:00 PM

	The Cure: Three Imaginary Boys [Deluxe Edition]

Though this edition does have a few of the goods, the definitive document of early Cure is still the US cassette edition of Boys Don't Cry.

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27 Jan 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Roy Ayers: Mahogany Vibe

Perhaps no other musical innovator has stuck as consistently to the middle-of-the-road as Roy Ayers. Ever since Ayers abandoned his strict jazz roots in order

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27 Jan 2005 // 12:00 AM

The Wang is heinous in the extreme, not because of its content, but because of the offhand manner in which it is presented.

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27 Jan 2005 // 12:00 AM

It disappears is constructed around an obscure personal symbology that is nearly impenetrable.

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Neither Rick nor Tania makes the mistakes that make Westerners, and especially Americans, disliked overseas.

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	Paul Simon: The Paul Simon Songbook

When you listen to The Paul Simon Songbook and notice the 1965 date attached to most of the songs, you think, “Hey, that’s kind of

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26 Jan 2005 // 10:00 PM

	My Robot Friend: Hot Action!

My Robot Friend is almost unclassifiable. How do you explain a robot who grows a human heart and decides to devote his existence to producing

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'Herald' Attempts the Troubled Waters of the Colonial Narrative

// Moving Pixels

"The “colonialism” at play is not between nations, rather it seems more interested in how it influences a man recently come of age.

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