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Linkin Park: Remembered, Reinvented and ‘Recharged’

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I will always hold Linkin Park in high regard. Even now when I listen to my old CD of ‘Hybrid Theory,’ I still find that debut album from the band to be very impressive even by today’s standards. But beyond the nostalgic hold that piece of music has on me, it is a reminder of how much the music of Linkin Park has changed through the years.

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The Killers release ‘Direct Hits’—a compilation of their best work

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How time flies… The Killers are at the pinnacle of their careers—so much so that a Greatest Hits album is definitely in order for them. While some may think it might be too soon for the band to do this, I don’t think it would have been a good idea either to wait another couple of years more to finally release one.

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Album Review: ‘Night Visions’ by Imagine Dragons

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Imagine Dragons was already a seasoned band even before most of us had heard of their Alternative-Pop hit “It’s Time” being played in numerous radio stations, movie trailers and even portions of it used in commercials. The band itself has been actively gigging in the Indie circuit and releasing independently produced EP’s since 2008.

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Album Review: ‘Save Rock and Roll’ by Fall Out Boy

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After a 4-year hiatus, Fall Out Boy has finally released their comeback album to much fanfare. In those years they were inactive, the most popular members of Fall Out Boy, vocalist Patrick Stump and bassist Pete Wentz, embarked on side projects with Patrick Stump releasing a solo album. Even when they weren’t releasing new material, FOB still remained a [...]

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Album Review: ‘The 20/20 Experience’ by Justin Timberlake

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Justin Timberlake’s third solo album has not only defied the expectations of most music lovers and music critics alike—it has also become one of the fastest selling albums in the last several years. And we are talking about actual physical hard copies of the album, and not only digital sales.

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Album Review: ‘What About Now’ by Bon Jovi

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When you speak of one of the most successful bands to have ever come out from the 80′s and definitely one of the best artists from the state of New Jersey, look no further and focus on one name—and that is Bon Jovi.

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Song Review: ‘Now’ by Paramore

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The one time quintet has now dwindled to a trio. But the unwanted downsizing of Paramore has only truly made them a stronger and tighter group.

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Album Review: ‘Music From Another Dimension’ by Aerosmith

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Aerosmith has had many titles: “The Arena Rock Gods of the 70′s”, “The Bad Boys From Boston”, “Rock N’ Roll’s Dysfunctional Family”. But there is no mistaking they are an American rock institution.

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Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Maroon 5 achieve career highlights in 2012

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Three of MCA Music’s more celebrated international acts Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Maroon 5 can look forward to a lucky 2013 since the closing year gave them career highlights that may very well serve as defining moments of their colorful journey as global stars.

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Album review: ‘Lotus’ by Christina Aguilera

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A short historical background first before I review the album “Lotus”. Even at her peak, Christina Aquilera was never quite as famous as her contemporaries even when she was part of the “bubble-gum pop explosion” of the late 90′s to early 2000′s. She would often be compared to another teeny bopper—who else but none other [...]

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Album Review: “RED” by Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift’s failed relationships and her longing for someone right has pushed her to reveal more intimate, heart-wrenching and detailed lyrics that loosely follow the last two years of her life. It is in this most personal state that she has found the way to elevate her song-writing skills and to explore other sides of [...]

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Album review: “Don’t Panic” by All Time Low

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Before I start my Album Review of “Don’t Panic” by All Time Low, I just want to give a brief history of the band. All Time Low was part of the wave of pop-punk bands that came to prominence and mainstream attention during the mid-2000’s although they were signed to an indie label just like a lot of [...]

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