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Little Beirut Thank the Presidency

No one needs to be told that a compliment and an insult are antonyms of one another, yet it remains ironic that politicians are often the ones who create insults that eventually expand into unintentional compliments, occasional...
 
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Best Albums of 2007: #20 to #11

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Christmas Comes Early for Evangelicals and Matt Duke

It is hard to believe that Christmas is merely three weeks away, even if the commercialized aspect of the holidays have been in full gear for over two weeks now. Along with the shortcoming imminence of Christmas comes the rush ...
 
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Muy Cansado!

Yo La Tengo had the grace and ability to demonstrate that even a band from central New Jersey founded by a bunch of white guys could pull off a Spanish name. Though it certainly helped that their name (“I have it”) ...

 
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REVIEW: The Tough Alliance – A New Chance

Though currently only available as an import, this Swedish dance album is worth every penny of the hefty import price.
 
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Elle or Alyssa? Each Milano Does It Well

I often wonder whether the genre of “art-rock” will be looked back upon as the epitome of stylistic innovation in this current decade. While the past several decades have embraced us with varieties of synth-pop, gru...

 
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Los Femurs de Seattle y de Nueva York

Unless one is referring to a singular mind of genius capabilities, the sentiment that “two heads are better than one” certainly rings true in a variety of aspects. Music, of course, is one of the many forms of art w...
 
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The Friend From Finland

Though I have been fortunate enough to gain exposure to a variety of geographically diverse music, I admit that Finland is one of the countries where my knowledge of the music scene is minimal at best. Not to sound insulting, b...

 
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The Superfantastics Love the 80s (and Michael J. Fox)

If it were not for the references to ICQ, Facebook, and other forms of technological social networking in the geekily titled “The Only One I C++ is U++”, it would be rather difficult for first-time listeners of The ...
 
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Lavender Diamond Shines Brightly on Debut

For fans of Becky Stark’s self-produced modern operetta, “Bird Songs of the Bauharoque”, it hardly came as a surprise when she hit it big with Lavender Diamond. Stark, the star of the widely acclaimed stage sh...