Into the Street (1990)
Boulevard is considered as one of the most important arena rock bands in the history of Canadian music. Their two classic albums - the self-titled "Blvd" and "Into The Street" - brought a fantastic mixture of 80's pop and rock, ...
Push and Shove (2012)
No Doubt reunite for Push and Shove, their first album in 11 years. Once again the group is working with producer Spike Stent, who helmed much of 2001's Rock Steady, but they've also brought acclaimed electronica producer Diplo aboard, whose ...
||Angels & Airwaves|
We Don't Need to Whisper (2006)
Angels & Airwaves: Tom DeLonge (vocals, guitar); David Kennedy (guitar); Ryan Sinn (bass guitar); Atom Willard (drums).
Me, You & the Music (2013)
Jessica Sanchez's 2013 major-label debut, Me, You & the Music, creates a showcase for the 2012 American Idol runner-up's big, soulful voice and contemporary pop style. Working with a handful of producers including Toby Gad, J.R. Rotem, the Benassi Bros., ...
Best of Tokio Hotel (2010)
Limited edition in eight panel digipak with a deluxe 16 page booklet. Includes German & English versions plus NTSC RC-0 DVD of video s & making of documentaries.
Theatrical German alt-rock outfit Tokio Hotel's first-ever compilation collects 18 tracks (mostly singles) ...
Under the Iron Sea (2006)
Having won both critical and commercial acclaim for their debut album, HOPES AND FEARS, British band Keane pushes the hook-infested keyboard-rock on their sophomore effort in a darker, moodier direction. But UNDER THE IRON SEA features an intense, romantic brand ...
Even if the DJ ran away from such booming, big room sounds on his 2013 album True, signature hits don't come much more signature than "Levels," a simple and effective EDM monster that launched Swedish producer Avicii to Swedish House ...
||Real Steel (2011)
The non-score soundtrack for Real Steel, director Shawn Levy's surprisingly emotive sci-fi family action film about boxing robots, opens rough and ready with "Fast Lane" from Bad Meets Evil, which features Royce da 5'9" and Eminem. What follows is a ...
#1 Girl (2011)
In a matter of months, this four-member boy group, assembled by producers Vincent Herbert (Lady Gaga) and Walter Millsap (Alicia Keys), went from opening for Janet Jackson to shutting down malls and headlining their own tour. "My Girl," a peppy ...
||TV On The Radio|
Return to Cookie Mountain (2006)
On its 2006 album, RETURN TO COOKIE MOUNTAIN, the Brooklyn-based post-punk group TV on the Radio manages that rare feat of becoming more adventurous and accessible at the same time. While this record isn't a major departure from its eclectic ...
Blood Money (2006)
BLOOD MONEY marks the seventh release by Havoc and Prodigy, a.k.a. Mobb Deep. Hailing from New York City's notorious Queens Bridge Projects, the Mobb signed to G-Unit Records for their 2006 release, a returned favor of sorts from mega-star and ...
||Nine Inch Nails|
Things Falling Apart (2000)
Things Falling Apart contains various manipulations of songs recorded from the Fragile sessions.
The best words to describe the music of Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails are caustic and scathing. Billed as manipulations of songs recorded during THE FRAGILE sessions, ...
||All Time Low|
Dirty Work (2011)
Dirty Work is All Time Low's major-label debut, bringing an end to eight years of independent releases. The song remains the same, though, with the band reprising its mix of anthemic emo-pop and Top 40 melodies.
Audio Mixers: Ryan Shanahan ; ...
Sex Therapy: The Experience (2009)
Sex Therapy is an evasive maneuver to prevent Robin Thicke from being pigeonholed as a "grown folks" R&B singer. It's evident that hits -- more specifically, appealing to younger listeners -- is the goal. While Thicke's previous album, Something Else, ...
King of Hearts (2011)
King of Hearts, Lloyd's fourth album, was previewed in August 2010 with "Lay It Down," one of the singer's strongest ballads -- a Top Ten R&B hit. Another pre-release single, "Let's Get It In," features 50 Cent over a tough ...
||Cold War Kids|
Mine Is Yours (2011)
Indie rock quartet Cold War Kids plan to shift to a more revealing, personal style on their third album, Mine Is Yours, produced by Grammy winner Jacquire King. The Long Beach band is aiming to make this its most ambitious ...
All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000)
"Beautiful Day" won the 2001 Grammy Awards for Record Of The Year, for Song Of The Year and for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
ALL THAT YOU CAN'T LEAVE BEHIND won the 2002 Grammy Award for ...
Smash Mouth (2001)
Smashmouth's immensely appealing sound is the missing link between Green Day's pseudo-punk and Weezer's smart, edgy pop. It's savvy--the breezy "Pacific Coast Party" starts off with a quote from the Love Unlimited Orchestra's "Love's Theme"--and unrelentingly jaunty. Main songwriter Greg ...
Pac's Life (2006)
The fact that PAC'S LIFE, from 2006, was Tupac Shakur's 11th posthumous album is even more staggering when considering he had released only four albums at the time of his death in 1996. Equally mind-boggling is the fact that Pac ...
Cherrytree Sessions (2009)
Recorded live in the offices of Cherrywood Records, a branch of Lady Gaga's label Interscope, The Cherrytree Sessions contains a cabaret-styled solo piano rendition of "Poker Face" and a stripped-down synth-only "Just Dance," both effective showcases for Gaga's charisma and ...
Miscellaneous Debris (1992)
Primus spent nearly an entire year in support of their breakthrough SAILING THE SEAS OF CHEESE release, so to keep longtime fans satisfied, the trio issued the five-track EP MISCELLANEOUS DEBRIS in 1992. Comprised entirely of cover tunes, MISCELLANEOUS DEBRIS ...
||Abandon All Ships|
Photographer: Steve Haining.
Recording information: City Tape Studios.
||Nine Inch Nails|
Further Down the Spiral (1995)
European edition with four different tracks from the U.S. version: "Self Destruction Part Three," "Heresy" (version), "Hurt" (live), and "Ruiner" (version).
It has become clear that Nine Inch Nails' one-man fuse Trent Reznor has been given free reign to construct his ...
||Soulja Boy Tell Em|
On his sophomore effort, the teenage rap sensation continues with the winning snap rap formula that brought him Grammy-nominated success on his 2007 debut. Soulja Boy laces 16 soaring, synth-driven beats (courtesy of Drumma Boy, Jim Jonsin, Polow da Don, ...
DeAndre Way (2010)
Just like Soulja Boy's 2008 release iSouljaboytellem, this 2010 effort offers fun and simple singles that live or die by their hook, and if you're in the midst of a full-on party, you'll respond "bammer bammer bammer" just like you're ...