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Keep on Loving you Reba Mcentire

Reba McEntire knows how to stay connected with her fans while introducing a new generation to country music. She always remains true to her country roots while keeping up with the current style of country music. This remains true with her latest album Keep On Loving You. The title, which …

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Album Reviews only Built for Cuban Linx by Raekwon

In a complete change to what had been heard on the solo releases from Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and Ol’ Dirty B*d, Raekwon came to show how his musical tastes differed from the other members of the crew. While the posse seemed to mesh together perfectly with the classic …

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Pink Funhouse Review

Pink has been popular around the globe, and her newest album, “Funhouse,” is not a disappointment. It is quite the opposite, actually. “Funhouse” contains the smash hit “So What,” and several other energetic songs (as well as a few ballads.) She uses her voice skillfully in her best album yet, …

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Best Album of 2006

What do you get when my romance becomes chemically altered and set to a black parade? 2006’s hottest album yet! My Chemical Romance’s newest CD ‘The Black Parade’. Incase you don’t know who they are, My Chemical Romance is a gothic-alternative band based in New Jersey with five members. Gerard …

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Bands whose Album Releases are Worth Buying without Preview

Bands whose album release I will buy without preview. There aren’t too many bands, veteran or new, that I just go buy their current release without hearing a track from it. These days, you can hear at least one track from any new album on the Internet somewhere. It’s definitely …

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Album Reviews Love King by the Dream

Although he may have announced it as his final album, based upon the fact that fans doesn’t appreciate the music enough to buy it anymore, it appears “Love King” is the third of many albums from the Atlanta singer The-Dream. Gaining fame through writing credits on hits songs from Rihanna, …

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The Importance of Independent Music

As music changes shapes and  evolves, it is born then reborn. This is the essance of Independent music. From Beethoven to BB King, it can be unique, popular, political or critical. It can be patriotic, complicated or nonsensical. There is a place for it all. Independent music reflects that, and holds a spot for …

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Is Music a Distraction – Calming

Music is a part of life. That is the largest point one would like to make. In a debate like this, there is really no answer, but opinion reigns supreme. This writer, personally, feels that music is a calming factor in the work place. With the many dead moments that …

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Single Reviews Runaway Baby by Bruno Mars

‘Run, run, runaway, runaway, baby Before I put my spell on you You better get, get, getaway, getaway, darling ‘Cause everything you heard is true’ If one rushed to hear this song, after having become a fan of Bruno Mars, due to soppily-worded, romantic songs like ‘Just the Way You …

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Why you should Join a Barbershop Singing Group

Are you looking for a fun hobby that the whole family can enjoy? Try barbershopping! This doesn’t mean that you should try cutting hair. Four-part barbershop music is thriving in the United States and other countries for both men and women. Three major societies exist: The Barbershop Harmony Society, Sweet …

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