• Foo Fighters

    One By One (RCA). Review by Chad Perman.

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    Tom “Tearaway” Schulte presents his picks for the year’s best in music, along with a slew of recent faves, including Electric Frankenstein, Sigur Ros, and Deltahead McDonald.

  • Bush

    Golden State (Atlantic). Review by Hal Horowitz.

  • Burning Brides

    Fall of the Plastic Empire (V2). Review by Stein Haukland.

  • Pearl Jam

    Riot Act (Sony). Review by Aldo McFurtive.

  • String Quartet Tribute

    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.

  • The Last Drop…

    Where Were You Living a Year From Now? (The Music Cartel). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

  • Josh Roseman Unit

    Cherry (Knitting Factory / Velour). Review by Matt Cibula.

  • Jonny Polonsky

    There is Something Wrong With You (EggBert). Review by Sean Slone.

  • The Melvins

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    Having been there virtually from the start, David Lee Beowulf is eminently qualified to school you on Ink 19’s genesis and ten-year history… from his own, unique perspective.

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    Various Artists (Cleopatra). Review by Matthew Moyer.

  • No WTO Combo

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