Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

Aimee Mann: Mental Illness

By Steve Horowitz

Happily, all is not melancholy here. The songs’ characters may be unloved and disturbed, but aren’t we all? 28 Mar 2017 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

4 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

The 1950s Most Wanted by Robert A. Rodriguez

Frank Zappa wasn't the son of Mr. Green Jeans?

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4 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

Air: Late Night Tales

Air take their fans on a trip through their record collection.

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4 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

The Evens: Get Evens

The Evens' strong sophomore release is a grittier, more overtly political follow-up to their charming debut.

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4 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

Badi Assad: Wonderland

Assad creates a moodier, but equally enthralling, complement to 2005's excellent Verde.

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Forro in the Dark: Bonfires of São João

This album is meant for club dancing, not folk dancing. It's for those who find enjoyment on the margins.

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4 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

James Cooper: Second Season

With a string of musical influences that run from Richard Hawley to Dylan to the Waifs and Crowded House, James Cooper knows what makes a

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The Robert Cray Band: Live From Across The Pond

Cray shows why he is just so damn good and yet so damn underappreciated.

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Sebastien Schuller: Happiness

Electro-acoustic ballads from a French-American singer-songwriter are perfect for a rainy day.

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4 Dec 2006 // 4:00 PM

Attack Force (2006)

Bad stuff happens in Seagal's "Titty Bar of Death"; bad accents, too – just British enough to be super-villainish, just French enough to be cowardly.

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Death in the Bunker: The True Story of Hitlers Downfall (2006)

Michael Kloft's simple-yet-effective documentary draws on rare archival footage and some first-hand accounts to re-create the hellhole that was Berlin in spring 1945 -- and the denial and chaos in the bunker complex beneath it.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

'The Chamber' Keeps the Drama and Suspense Going

// Short Ends and Leader

"The Chamber is the filmic equivalent of a fairground ride, the stimulation of emotion over ideas.

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