Jimi Plays Berkeley

Jimi Plays Berkeley

Since acquiring the rights to his prodigious recorded output in 1995, surviving relatives of guitarist/composer Jimi Hendrix have issued and reissued an abundance of titles.
Life for Rent

Life for Rent

One of the coolest things about Dido's 1999 debut disc, "No Angel," is that it seemed to leave listeners feeling somewhat indifferent initially, only to completely steal your heart after a few more spins.
Natural Selection

Natural Selection

"Natural Selection" finds Pennsylvania outfit Fuel coming into its own with its brand of agony-fueled modern rock.
Results May Vary

Results May Vary

Results may vary from listening to Limp Bizkit's fourth album, indeed. Most likely, those results will not be joy or elation, though.
Go

Go

Following up a double-platinum album like "Everything You Want" is not easy.
Sacred Love

Sacred Love

Sting has never been one to shy away from rhythms of the world—or of the dancefloor, for that matter.
Want One

Want One

Here in the moment of metrosexuality and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" sophistication, Rufus Wainwright is a troubadour for the times.
North

North

Insisting on having it both ways, Elvis Costello continues to alternate his edgy, literate rock with more musically ambitious projects.
Stellastarr*

Stellastarr*

While the likes of the White Stripes and the Strokes are busily mining '70s rock riffs and proto-punk sounds for a new generation of listeners, a second wave of new buzz bands—led by Hot Hot Heat and Interpol—are taking their cues from '80s alt-rock and new wave touchstones.
Couldn't Have Said It Better

Couldn't Have Said It Better

Back in 1977, Meat Loaf and songwriting buddy Jim Steinman dished up "Bat Out of Hell," one of rock's most beautifully bombastic, teen-dream albums of all time.
Comin' From Where I'm From

Comin' From Where I'm From

Having paid his dues for more than a decade, Anthony Hamilton is now ready for his close-up. The Charlotte, N.C.

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