Tag Archives: Album Review

Ozzy Osbourne Exceeds Expectations With Brilliant New Album ‘Ordinary Man’

The day is finally here and Ozzy Osbourne’s new album Ordinary Man has just dropped and it definitely does not disappoint. This is the album that Ozzy fans have been waiting for and he has more than delivered. Recorded in Los Angeles, the album features producer Andrew Watt on guitars, …

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Alfred Hitchcock Would Be Proud, Eminem’s Surprise Album ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ Is A Bloody Gem

Eminem 'Music To Be Murdered By'

Nothing is better than a middle of the night (or very early in the morning for some) notification that Eminem has dropped yet another surprise album, this time with Music To Be Murdered By, the follow-up to his 2018 album, Kamikaze, which was also a surprise release. Of course, we …

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Natural Born Leaders Are A Must-Add To Your Fall Music Playlists

We absolutely adore when a band cannot be boxed up into one particular genre, giving fans of every genre across the musical landscape something to enjoy and that is just what we have discovered when checking out the latest release “Abominable Creatures” from North Carolina genre-bending quartet Natural Born Leaders. …

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Taylor Swift Releases Fierce New Genre Defying Album ‘Reputation’ [Album Review]

Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated sixth studio album, Reputation on November 10th, 2017. Reputation can be described with words like aggressive, defensive, fierce, genre defying, and full of unexplained disses against what people and the media think of her. Reputation is Swift’s vision blending genres like pop, rock, hip-hop, R&B, and even …

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Russell Dickerson Shines with Infectious Debut Album, ‘Yours’ [Album Review]

Russell Dickerson‘s debut album YOURS comes out this Friday, October 13th, 2017 and we were lucky enough to get a first listen to the album before it’s release. Dickerson gives fans a sentimental and much deeper look into his life with this 12-track album. The album starts out with a very …

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