Megadeth – Warchest – Review

April 1, 2008

Warchest is gorgeous. A weird catch-all, leaning heavily on live, plus demos, studio rarities, interview snippets, a disorganized symphony of destruction.

Saosin – Review

December 1, 2006

None of these songs are good enough for the radio, but it’s easy to like all of them equally, which itself is reason enough to toss a red flag.

Doves – Some Cities – Review

June 13, 2005

Although Some Cities isn’t quite as euphorically all-conquering as their debut, Lost Souls, it’s still a slice of heaven sent from Manchester.

OK Go – Oh No – Review

June 1, 2005

They’re quirky and jumpy and make yer butt wiggle, like, I dunno, Weezer or any other band who likes the Cars.

Mando Diao – Hurricane Bar – Review

February 23, 2005

Swedish garage pop, catchy without being formulaic. Fans of Soundtrack of Our Lives and the Hellacopters who wanna expand into well-written pop will dig it.

The F-Ups – Review

January 31, 2005

The F-Ups bring us fast, pumping pop punk about having to go to school, dealing with parents, and, of course, awkward sexual situations.

Megadeth – Rust in Peace – Review

December 21, 2004

Lunging with ferocity and desperation, Mustaine, Marty Friedman, and Nick Menza, layed to waste the aural battlefield with beautifully choreographed carnage.

Auf Der Maur – Review

November 1, 2004

Bass player from Hole and The Smashing Pumpkins. Players from Queens Of The Stone Age/A Perfect Circle. Chris Gross (Masters of Reality) prodes.

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