If you get the Deluxe Edition of Michael Jackson's Xscape, you get both MJ’s demo workups as well as the producer's Xscape pop versions.
Ray LaMontagne is in his early 40 and has no problem wearing his influences on his sleeve.
Unspectacular sophomore album where Foster The People are well on their way to becoming one hit wonders.
There isn’t a dud on this strong album where Cash even shows a bit of humour on a few tracks.
Evans was distracted by a nasty divorce from her husband followed by a highly public lawsuit from her ex-maid.
New Zealander Neil Finn has a sizeable solo career with Dizzy Heights being album number six.
To my ears After the Disco is a far stronger release than the first effort.
I Really Want It should top the adult alternative charts with its major hooks.
High Hopes comes with a bonus DVD of the Born In The USA album recorded in proper sequence—simply galvanizing.
The real gold mine for big fans is the Deluxe Edition two-CD set that has 13 remixes.
Nick Lowe does a swinging hipster take of Ron Sexsmith’s Hooves On The Roof.
Dion offers some interesting tracks that change the channel.
Surprisingly, there is a lot of spare productions here where Cyrus and crew tend toward understatement musically.
Every track on this new release is a winner even though nothing is as immediately likable as the group’s 2008 album, Only By Night.
Higher! is a four-disc collection that tells the story of this seminal and stellar American soul/rock/pop/funk multifaceted outfit.
There are 11 tracks on Paradise Valley and every song has something to recommend it.
Emblem3 fans will want to know that this album also comes as a Deluxe Edition with four extra songs.
Massive volcanic ash plume on cover represents the falling apart of The Civil Wars with internal strife.
Guy is in superb voice while his guitar work remains as fleet and incendiary as ever.
This third album aims to show that Bareilles isn’t just a one-hit wonder but I don’t think that will be the case.