In Perspective

In Perspective takes another look at a release of historical significance or personal obsession: reissues, box sets, retrospectives, best-ofs, and new releases by historically memorable artists. A variety of writers offer their opinions and insights into these key releases and their creative forces.

America Needs More Religion

In Perspective

More than two decades into their career, Bad Religion have delivered their most focused critique of an American presidency. The Empire Strikes First pulls aside the curtain of Christianity and “homeland security” to reveal the men at the controls. Eric J. Iannelli hopes it hasn’t come too late.

Radiohead’s Hail To The Thief

In Perspective

The anticipation preceding each Radiohead release has only been outdone by their label’s antics to prevent people from getting an advance listen. Daniel Mitchell steals a listen and gives us a rundown on Hail To The Thief, to be released tomorrow.

In Perspective: Diving Into the Deep End

In Perspective

Though they went unheralded nationally, The Swimming Pool Q’s were one of Atlanta’s most beloved and acclaimed bands 20 years ago. Now their debut album, The Deep End, has been reissued, and James Mann puts the expanded album – and the Atlanta “scene” – “In Perspective.”

In Perspective: All Hail Carcass!

In Perspective

A legion of death metallers pay tribute to one of their progenitors with Requiems Of Revulsion: A Tribute to Carcass. Matthew Moyer puts the band’s career and the tribute album “In Perspective.”

In Perspective: Ramblin’ Men

In Perspective

In the midst of legal battles with the artists themselves, Polydor has reissued the first solo efforts from members of The Allman Brothers Band: Gregg Allman’s Laid Back, The Gregg Allman Tour, and Playin’ Up a Storm, and Richard “Dickie” Betts’ Highway Call, Hal Horowitz takes an in-depth look to put these reissues “In Perspective.”

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