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Lucky You! This Is PiL

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Those are the first words on the new Public Image Ltd. album.  They follow a prolonged (repeated?) belch.  Ah, yes, John Lydon can still be a little Rotten.

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Cover Me Myself And I: Chris de Burgh’s Home

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 52% (11 Votes)

Devoted fan of Chris de Burgh though I am, I have to begin by saying that his last few albums (with one exception) have worried me.  Since 2008, he has released four albums, only one of which (the very, very good Moonfleet and Other Stories) contained all-original songs.

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Joe Jackson’s The Duke: Where Does it Fit?

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 42% (12 Votes)

I have, for better or worse, gone completely digital with music.  I’ve even thrown out our CD jewel cases, complete with “covers” and booklets, and put the CDs in large, ignored wallets. But I can picture myself—if I had remained analog—standing before shelves of LPs with this new Joe Jackson in my hand, wandering back and forth, frowning, hesitating over and over again until I would eventually place it on the coffee table and go for a drink. It doesn’t fit anywhere, really. 

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Play Ball! Guided By Voices’ English Little League

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 98% (8 Votes)

You know those bands that you’ve heard about for years and years, that come highly recommended by people whose taste you trust, but that you’ve just never gotten around to listening to?  Guided By Voices was one such band for me till about four years ago.  If it’s one of yours, too, get their new album right now.

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