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The Most Memorable Albums of 1999 (Part 4)

Part four of the most "memorable" music of 1999 brings a superb sophomore turn from the Dixie Chicks while Garth Brooks goes kinda nuts. British rock stands proud with Muse, Gomez, and Supergrass and the schlocky, corporate rock of Creed rockets to the top of the US charts.

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Ben Ottewell: The PopMatters Video Interview

One of Gomez's talented vocalists sits down with PopMatters to discuss his new solo album, his regret about not touring Australia, and explains how he's got no beef with Chicago ...

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Ben Ottewell: Shapes & Shadows

Shapes & Shadows shows us that Ben Ottewell is so thoroughly immersed in Gomez that he cannot conceive of anything beyond it, try as he might.

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Gomez: A New Tide

Gomez is not a band well-served by reviews that pass around generic terms like they're secret passwords.

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Gomez : Bring It On: 10th Anniversary Collector's Edition

Gomez, like the Beatles, hijack the warm russet tones of Americana, but adapt these elements to a British perspective.

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Gomez: Five Men in a Hut [DVD]

Five Men in a Hut collects the band's videos and some odd pieces, but doesn't satisfy.

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Gomez: Five Men in a Hut

Fairly comprehensive, and loads of fun, this is the way an odds 'n' sods collection should be done.

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An exploration of musical multiplicity and how (not) to court manly men.

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Gomez: Out West

Something old, something blue, something borrowed, but nothing new. If you don't know Gomez then this live double album was meant for you.

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