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Best Albums of 2009: #20 to #11

The top ten will be unveiled tomorrow, but these albums are just as worthwhile.
 
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Julian Velard Is The Planeteer

Anti-normative behavior is expected from most successful artists. There is little reason for them to pay much attention to the Top 40, since worthwhile artists do not derive their material from popular opinion. It may seem like...

 
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Vic Chesnutt Gains Some Elf Power

The aspect of collaboration can be a touchy subject for some artists. Some prefer to languish in their own solitude, crafting songs that are entirely their own with little to no help outside the spectrum of production and maste...
 
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Malcolm Middleton’s Sleight of Heart

It would be an interesting environment if all creative relationships never reached a souring point. Success would carry on for the same bands year after year with little to no variation, newer artists would find it more difficu...

 
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Joe Henry: A Timeless Musical Entrepreneur

After posting about a few new artists who were fresh on the scene with inexperience with nothing but hefty ambitions in their pockets, I figured a change of pace would do us all some good. This leads us to Joe Henry – the...
 
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Luxembourg Clearly Deserves More Recognition…

An old favorite of mine, I always believed that it would only be a matter of time before Luxembourg would be pushed into the spotlight. I discovered Luxembourg out of pure coincidence about three years ago, randomly browsing My...

 
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Cicada

Another album that passed by largely unnoticed in 2006 was Cicada‘s self-titled debut. Though the genre of electronic dance-pop remains to be sensitive ordeal with its fanbase being rather exclusive, Cicada’s debut ...
 
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SHORT BITS

This week has been lacking of any exciting music news, so this isn’t much. All I can say though, is that I am ashamed to live in New Jersey while Corzine shuts down the entire state because he can’t handle his budge...

 
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REVIEW: Pet Shop Boys – Fundamental

The cult synth pop duo take a slower but effective approach on their ninth studio album.
 
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MUSIC DOWNLOADS: Camille

If only American radio knew that pop music could be real music. It seems that any good pop in America takes second seat to the likes of boy bands and Madonna, even in the post boy-band era, certainly long after the Madonna-era....