For all you music lovers who love tunes that express how you feel, Raphael Saadiq’s new CD “Instant Vintage” is a great choice. This CD has some deep songs that will make your mind roam and put you in that meditative state, especially if you understand the situation he is singing about.
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Pop in the CD and enter the world of Headstrong, a Canadian quartet sure to knock your eardrums out.
Laughing along with the lyrics of this band will do them a two favors. (1) It will drive record sales; and (2) it will allow the members of the Sound of Urchin to keep their day jobs.
It was a full house at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown Los Angeles for the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s concert last month.
Sheryl Crow started working on her fourth album, “C’Mon, C’Mon,” in April 2000 and completed the project earlier this year. Although she struggled to complete it, the album turned out to be a great accomplishment.
Alanis Morissette should require all of her future companions to listen to her albums, not excluding her latest addition, “Under Rug Swept.” Doing so should clear up any possible confusion as to why she sets forth such unreachable standards for those interested in loving her.
Though Macy Gray’s public image may cause many to believe she is a little wacky, in her newest album, “The Id,” she reaffirms what is going on inside of her head.
Limp Bizkit, the band that had almost every male from the age of 12-30 in backward red Starter caps, is back. In their highly anticipated third album Limp Bizkit does justice to fans by rarely straying from the metal/rap genre that gained them recognition with their last album, “Significant Other.”
For the fans of the garage band and the nitty-gritty, blunt, hard-cut sound, there might be a local album available to quench your selective thirsts. Recording artists Rent-A-Frend’s new release “Flocking Egg Beach” might have a place on the entertainment center CD rack.