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Saturday, December 31 1994

    Poe: Haunted

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The Promise Ring, Very Emergency

Very Emergency is brilliant by consciously avoiding brilliance. Its intentional simplicity charms and energizes like nothing the band has ever done.


Prince: Dirty Mind

While Prince has made several groundbreaking albums, 1980’s Dirty Mind, which was only a minor commercial success, still provides the most satisfying listen.


PFFR: Rock Rocker Rocketh

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Pachinko: Splendor in the Ass II: Electric Boogaloo

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Penfold: Our First Taste of Escape

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Pearl Jam: Binaural

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P.O.D.: The Fundamental Elements of Southtown

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    Matt Piucci: Helenes

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    The Places: The Autopilot Knows You Best

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    Popland: Action!

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William Parker Trio: Painter’s Spring

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Phish: Farmhouse

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The Push Kings, Far Places

Far Places is consistently superb throughout—virtually any of these songs is strong enough to be a single.


Poster Children, New World Record

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Puddle of Mudd: Come Clean

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Philosopher’s Stone, Apparatus

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P.O.D.: Brown

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Phase Selector Sound: Disassemble Dub

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Augustus Pablo: The Great Pablo: A Reggae Pioneer’s Finest Recordings

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