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If Not Now, When? (Epic Records). Review by Eli Didier.
Cove Reber (lead singer) of the Southern Californian rock group Saosin talks to Mark Fredrickson during the Projekt Revolution tour about how he joined the band, their latest record and how food can make or break a tour.
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A Crow Left Of The Murder (Epic/Immortal). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Crossfade (Columbia/ Earshot). Review by Andrew Ellis.
In The Name of Progress (Columbia). Review by Nick Plante.
A Message For You (Republic). Review by .
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String Quartet Tribute to Matchbox 20, String Quartet Tribute to Incubus, String Quartet Tribute to David Bowie, String Quartet Tribute to Black Sabbath, String Quartet Tribute to Madonna (Vitamin). Review by James Mann.
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