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Friday, December 13 2002

Various Artists: The Rough Guide to Gospel

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Rockapella: Comfort & Joy

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Joan Osborne: How Sweet It Is

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Jay-Z: Blueprint 2: The Gift and the Curse

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George Harrison: Brainwashed

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David Gray: A New Day at Midnight

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Dixie Chicks: Home

Home is a definite top pick for 2002, and certainly kicked country music in its ass once again when it needed it the most.


Dropkick Murphys: Live on St. Patrick’s Day

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Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

As Nemesis amply demonstrates, the franchise is getting quite long in the tooth.


Maid in Manhattan (2002)

This 'ethnic' modification of 'Pretty Woman'-meets-'Working Girl' uses the 'iconic' Lopez strategically.


Intacto (2001)

Max von Sydow paints an empathetic portrait of the terrible consequences of misused power.


Drumline (2002)

Its enthusiasm is hard to resist.


About Schmidt (2002)

The expression on Schmidt's face every time he encounters another crisis does not convey anger, but befuddlement.


Wednesday, December 11 2002

Victory at Sea: The Good Night

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Stars of the Lid: Avec Laudenum

So if you’re in the market for a feather’s drop into wombed-out bliss, this is perfect winter soundtrack for your drifting disembodiment.


Quarashi: Jinx

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Grant-Lee Phillips: Ladies’ Love Oracle

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The Pretenders: Loose Screw

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The Little Grasscals: The Little Grasscals: Nashville’s Superpickers

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