Category Archives: Reviews

MICHAEL JACKSON – DANGEROUS (1991)

Dangerous has what it takes to be the King of Pop’s finest hour, but is held back by its ambitious size. Continue reading

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PILOTREDSUN – ACHIEVEMENT (2016)

Achievement is a smorgasbord of nostalgic IDM that’s as wholesome and playful as its album cover. Continue reading

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JETHRO TULL – THIS WAS (1968)

Jethro Tull’s humble debut is a quaint but mellow blues rock outing, with folk leanings and strong jazz improvisations to shake things up. Continue reading

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QUEEN – A KIND OF MAGIC (1986)

A Kind of Magic is one of Queen’s few major successes of the 80s, with its eclectic material and powerful rockers. Continue reading

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DAVID BOWIE – NEVER LET ME DOWN (1987)

Never Let Me Down is chaotic, overproduced, and overdone, but under the production lies songs on par with Bowie’s standards. Continue reading

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DAVID BOWIE – TONIGHT (1984)

Tonight branches out from the dance pop of Let’s Dance, but its reliance on covers leads to David Bowie’s blandest studio effort ever. Continue reading

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DAVID BOWIE – LET’S DANCE (1983)

David Bowie’s first full-fledged dance pop album is lopsided, but its highs vastly make up for the lows. Continue reading

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