Lovebox

Lovebox

Groove Armada's fourth album, which follows last year's Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub), is, without question, the U.K.
Varekai

Varekai

Once again, Cirque du Soleil, the acrobatic circus of fantasy, create another exotic soundtrack to match its flamboyant performances.
The Road We're On

The Road We're On

Louisiana blues guitarist Sonny Landreth's last album, Levee Town, was one of the best blues sets of 2000.
Body & Soul: Absolute

Body & Soul: Absolute

For those lamenting the paucity of good songs on CDs these days, stop right here.
City to City

City to City

Named after a type of Brazilian drum, London duo Cuica exhibits a fondness for South American rhythms, adapting well-known styles like samba into its mix.
Pain to Kill

Pain to Kill

Canadian songstress Terri Clark has successfully made the transition from country girrrl hitmaker to serious singer/songwriter without losing her considerable attitude or, for that matter, her commercial viability, as evidenced by this record's debut single, the feisty "I Just Wanna Be Mad." It's an accessible theme delivered with style, as are the banjo-driven "Three Mississippi" and the rambunctious country-rock title cut.
Bering Strait

Bering Strait

Much-hyped Russian import Bering Strait finally materializes on Universal South, and the results work far more than just on a curiosity level. The sound is an interesting blend
New Lobbying Group Takes On Digital Fight

New Lobbying Group Takes On Digital Fight

Technology companies and advocacy groups have formed a new lobbying organization to counter the entertainment industry in the battle over access to digital music, movies, and books.
Johnny Marr Q&A: Past, Present, Future

Johnny Marr Q&A: Past, Present, Future

Q&A with Johnny Marr about his reputation for spending days on end in the studio, his varied collaborations with such artists as Neil Finn and New Order's Bernard Sumner, and his thoughts on the legacy of the Smiths.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - The London Court of Appeal, in a long-running dispute, rules that the Spice Girls must pay an Italian scooter maker an estimate $1.5 million in damages and legal costs for misrepresenting themselves in a deal to promote the company's vehicles.

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