Red by Taylor Swift [Album Review]

Basically, many of the Red by Taylor Swift album review articles note that this effort heralds her transition into the adult-pop realm. She may seem like finally dropping her typical teenage soap opera narratives...

Believe Acoustic by Justin Bieber [Album Review]

Most Believe Acoustic by Justin Bieber album review articles are all-raves for this project. The unplugged renditions of most of the songs from his 2012 album ‘Believe’ proved to be as interesting as the...

Long Live A$AP By A$AP Rocky [Album Review]

There is more than enough hype going on for A$AP Rocky. That started after the release of ‘Deep Purple,’ his first ever mix tape. The anticipation is reflected in almost every Long Live A$AP by...

Music From Another Dimension By Aerosmith [Album Review]

Aerosmith is unique because as a band from the 1970s, it has acquired many titles through the past decades. The group has been referred to as ‘The Bad Boys from Boston,’ ‘The Arena Rock...

Save Rock And Roll By Fall Out Boy [Album Review]

After a 4-year hiatus, it is time for ‘Save Rock and Roll’ by Fall Out Boy album review. The comeback album is timely and much awaited especially by the group’s followers. Thus, it deserves much fanfare. Fall...

The 20/20 Experience By Justin Timberlake [Album Review]

Justin Timberlake is back into the music scene. It took him several years to release his third album as a solo performer. But it surely is definitely worth the wait. He has succeeded in...

What About Now By Bon Jovi [Album Review]

Bon Jovi could be considered as the most successful band from the 1980’s. This is because no other band has remained massive after surviving three decades in the currently discerning music industry. The band...

Willpower By Will.I.Am [Album Review]

It has been long 6 years since will.i.am released his first solo venture as a recording artist. Now, he is out with another CD to please his growing number of fans. Every willpower by...

Hotel California By Tyga [Album Review]

Don’t be surprised to realize that most Hotel California by Tyga album review articles emphasize the CD’s effort to mark the rapper’s career transition. Despite that, he has succeeded in keeping his braggadocio style,...

Lotus By Christina Aguilera [Album Review]

Christina Aguilera still seems to be bent on outpacing her staunchest competitor in the industry, Britney Spears. That is why most Lotus by Christina Aguilera album review articles highlight the almost similar strategies recently employed by...

Demi By Demi Lovato [Album Review]

Almost every Demi by Demi Lovato album review emphasizes that this project is the young recording artist’s most mature and personal compilation to date. At the age of 20 years old, she has proven...

Pioneer By The Band Perry [Album Review]

Reid, Kimberly, and Neil Perry formed their band when they were just teenagers following the relocation of their family to Alabama from Mississippi. It took them 10 years to finally release their first major...

10 By New Kids On The Block [Album Review]

New Kids on the Block is a welcome nostalgia. Any music fan who has been missing the legendary boy band from the 1980s would surely get excited just by reading any 10 by New...

All That Echoes By Josh Groban [Album Review]

After the success of the album ‘Illuminations,’ it is time for All That Echoes by Josh Groban album review. His sixth studio album contains songs with more accessible melodies obviously to reach out to...

To Be Loved By Michael Bublé [Album Review]

Most To Be Loved by Michael Bublé album review articles would point out that this CD sounds more like his past albums. This one is his eighth, but you could sense how hard he...

Comedown Machine By The Strokes [Album Review]

Two years after the band’s last CD, it is time for a Comedown Machine by The Strokes album review. The quintet is obviously trying to affirm its status as a modern-day rock band. All...

Love L*St Faith + Dreams By Thirty Seconds To Mars [Album Review]

As a typical ‘Love L*st Faith + Dreams’ by 30 Seconds to Mars album review would point out, this stellar CD is another shining moment for the band. It is hinted in the title;...

Native By OneRepublic [Album Review]

It is not surprising to encounter a good Native by OneRepublic album review. The third CD from the band is a tour de force amalgamation of almost all major trends in modern pop music. It sounds...

Side Effects Of You By Fantasia [Album Review]

In a landscape as competitive as it is today, excellent singers hardly make a difference. But Side Effects of You by Fantasia album review articles point out that she tries her best to fulfill...

Grinning Streak By Barenaked Ladies [Album Review]

Every Grinning Streak by Barenaked Ladies album review would describe the CD as an ideal collection of old and new sounding pieces from the band. Most music critics agree that the studio album was...

Burning Lights By Chris Tomlin [Album Review]

There is nothing fussy to expect about any Burning Lights by Chris Tomlin album review. For many years now, Tomlin has become one of the most admirable worship leaders and Christian singers in the...

Golden By Lady Antebellum [Album Review]

The fourth studio album from this great country music group is simply amazing. Any Golden by Lady Antebellum album review would resonate how the trio has successfully carried over the victory from its recent...

Based On A True Story By Blake Shelton [Album Review]

Every Based on a True Story by Blake Shelton album review should highlight the fact that the compilation of songs is about knowing the country superstar more personally. His seventh album talks more about himself. In...

Paramore By Paramore [Album Review]

Paramore by Paramore album review articles mostly rave about how the band moved on to launch their fourth studio album. Nobody thought the group would still be around after losing two members. Paramore is...

Random Access Memories By Daft Punk [Album Review]

Random Access Memories by Daft Punk album review articles mostly emphasize its being a history lesson. Daft Punk proves to be an expert in paying homage. The duo has again proven that they could...

DreamChaser By Sarah Brightman [Album Review]

DreamChaser is the eleventh studio album by the British singer Sarah Brightman. The album was released in 2013 in japan and United Kingdom.  It is one of the very personalized albums of Sarah and...

In Time By The Mavericks [Album Review]

The album In Time is the sixth studio album released by the group The Mavericks. The Mavericks is an Americano- nontraditional country tex mex band. They released this album in 2013 under the Valory...

Passione By Andrea Bocelli [Album Review]

Passione is the fourteenth studio album of Italian singer Andrea Bocelli.  The album was released in January 2013. Bocelli can sing in various languages and has done the same in this album as well. ...

Set You Free By Gary Allan [Album Review]

Garry Allan is an American country rock artist and has been into music from a long time now. He sings and plays guitar and also does song writing. Set You Free is Gary’s ninth studio album.  It...

Leaving EP By Skrillex [Album Review]

Leaving EP (extended play) is the seventh one done by the electronic dance music producer Skrillex.  It was released in 20 Leaving EP 13, January. First it was only available for the members of The Nest...

Start The Party By The BlackOut [Album Review]

Start The Party is an album by the Welsh rock band the Black Out.  It is the fourth studio album by the band and was released in January 2013 under the label of Cooking...

The Messenger By Johnny Marr [Album Review]

The Messenger is the first album by solo artist Johnny Marr.  He was one of the members of the bad The Smiths.  This album was released in early 2013 by Warner Bros Records.  This album...

Chansons By Jill Barber [Album Review]

Chansons is a pop French album and was released by Outside model label.  the album contains twelve tracks including :Peteite Fluer”, “: J’ attendrai”, “melancolie”, ” |La Javanaise”, “Sous le ciel de Paris”, “En...

Chasing The Saturdays By The Saturdays [Album Review]

Chasing The Saturdays is the first US album of the group of a reality show named The Saturdays. This English _ Irish group is from London and has the following members, Mollie King, Una...

Oddfellows By Tomahawk [Album Review]

Oddfellows is the fourth studio album of the group Tomahawk.  This album by the group was recorded in Nashville at the Easy Eye studios.  The albm was released by the group in January 2013 under the...

Regions Of Light And Sound Of God By Jim James [Album Review]

Regions of Light and Sound of God is the debut album of Jim James who was famous for being from the morning jacket.  The album was released in February 2013.  The name of the album is...

Vessel By Twenty One Pilots [Album Review]

Twenty one pilots is an American duo from Ohio. It was formed in 2009 and has the members Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph. This duo has released two self-released albums till now. Vessel is...

The Psychic World Of Walter Reed By Killah Priest [Album Review]

The Psychic World of  Walter Reed by Killah Priest is the album released by the artist in 2013. This album focuses on the inner meaning and outer meaning of life and its complications. The album is a hip...

This Is How The Wind Shifts By Silverstein [Album Review]

This is How the Wind Shifts by the band Silverstien is their sixth studio album. It is a Canadian band which specializes in hard core and emo type of singing.  The album was released under the...

Two Lanes Of Freedom By Tim McGraw [Album Review]

Two Lanes of Freedom is the twelfth album of country music singer and song writer Tim McGraw. The album was released under the banner of big machine records in February 2013. The album is...

ValleyHeart By Justin Rutledge [Album Review]

Justin Rutledge is a Canadian country music singer and song writer. ValleyHeart is Rutledge’s fifth album, released February 2013 which was released under the label of Outside Music. It is produced by Justin Rutledge himself...

Back Into The Woods By Ed Harcourt [Album Review]

Ed Harcourt or Edward Henry Richard Harcourt- Smith is an English singer and song writer. He has been performing since 2000. He has released five albums and two EPs till now. He has made...

Hollow Bodies By Blessthefall [Album Review]

Hollow Bodies are the fourth studio album by the American metal core band Blessthefall. The band is from Arizona, America. The band members include Mike Frisby, Jarred Warth, and Matt Traynor. The album Hollow Bodies...

The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories) By Steven Wilson [Album Review]

Steven Wilson is a British musician and the album “The Raven That Refused to Sing (and Other Stories)” is his third solo album. The album was released under the label of Kscope and is...

Trap Lord By A$AP Ferg [Album Review]

Trap Lord is the first album of ASAP Ferg who is an American rapper. The album was released in August 2013. The album was released under the banner of Polo grounds music and RCA Records....

Bad Blood By Bastille [Album Review]

Bad Blood is the first studio album by the English band Bastille. The album was released in March 2013 under the label of EMI. The album is produced by Mark Crew and Dan Smith....

C’mon Take On Me By Hardcore Superstar [Album Review]

Hardcore Superstar is a Swedish hard core band.The album specializes in hard rock and sleaze rock kind of music.  The album “C’mon take on me” is the ninth album of the band.  The album was...

Girl Who Got Away By Dido [Album Review]

Dido is an English singer and song writer and “Girl Who Got Away” is her fourth studio album.  The album was released In March 2013 all over the world.  The album was released under...

Graffiti On The Train By Stereophonics [Album Review]

“Graffiti On the Train” is the eighth studio album by the Welsh rock band Stereophonics.  The album is produced by Kelly Jones and was released under the banner of band’s own label stylus records.  The...

Nanobots By They Might Be Giants [Album Review]

They Might be Giants are a Brooklyn based Rock group. They have released their 16th studio album by the name of Nanobots.  The album was released in March 2013 under the label of Idlewild Recordings....

Party Never Ends By Inna [Album Review]

Inna Is a Romanian singer and “Party Never Ends” is her third studio album which was released in March, 2013.  The album was produced by Play & Win. The album is the type of Electronic dance,...

Secret Symphony By Katie Melua [Album Review]

Secret Symphony is the fifth studio album by the British singer and song writer “Katie Melua”. The album released on March 2013.  The album was recorded at the Air studios in London and was...

Welcome Oblivion By How To Destroy Angels [Album Review]

Welcome Oblivion is the second album of American Postindustrial group called “How to destroy angels”. The musical group features Mariqueen Maandig, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan.  The album was released under the...

The Art Of Doing Nothing By Mark Owen [Album Review]

Mark Owen is singer and song writer and is a band member of the band named Take that. The album “The Art of Doing Nothing” is his fourth solo studio album that was released...

Shadows By Lenka [Album Review]

Lenka Kripac is an Australian singer and song writer. She specializes in Alternative pop genres. Lenka was an actress from the start and then turned to be a singer.  “Shadows” is her third album to be...

Home By Rudimental [Album Review]

Home is the first album of the British band Rudimental. Rudimental is a drum and bass band. This album of this band was released in April, 2013 in UK.  It was produced by Rudimental itself and...

Don’t Forget Who You Are By Miles Kane [Album Review]

Miles Kane is an English musician and singer, “Don’t Forget Who You Are” is his second studio album which was released in February, 2013. The album was produced by Ian Broudie and was released...

Agnez Mo By Agnez Monica [Album Review]

Agnez Monica is an Indonesian singer and “Agnez Mo” is her fourth studio album. This album was recorded and released in Indonesia.  The album was recorded in English as its all of the songs are on...

Bloodsports By The London Suede [Album Review]

The London Suede is an English alternative rock band and “Bloodsports” is the band’s sixth studio album. Bloodsports is released by the group after the release of their fifth album in 2002. The album was...

Exile By Hurts [Album Review]

Exile by the duo Hurts is the second album by the duo. The album was released in March 2013.  The duo specialized in synth pop, electronic rock and new wave kind of genres. The...

Mala By Devendra Banhart [Album Review]

Devendra Banhart is a folk rock musician. He mostly does music from the,Folk, Indie and alternative genre. “Mala” is his eighth studio album and was released in March 2013 under the banner of Nonesuch Records....

Old Sock By Eric Clapton [Album Review]

Erick Clapton is the famous rock guitarist of England and “Old Sock” is the 21st studio album of the artist. The album was released in March 2013 and was produced by Eric Clapton himself,  Doyle...

Rocks And Honey By Bonnie Tyler [Album Review]

Rocks and Honey is the sixteenth studio album by the much known Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. The album was released in March 2013 after a gap of eight years from her fifteenth album released in...

Speed Of Light By Dirty South [Album Review]

Speed of Light is the first studio album of famous DJ and singer Dirty South whose actual name is Dragon Roganovic. He is a Serbian Austrian artist.  He gained his name in the field of...

The Next Day By David Bowie [Album Review]

The Next Day is twenty fourth studio albums by the renowned English musician David Bowie. The album was released in March 2013 under the label of Columbia Records. Bowie announced its launch on his...

Time By Tohoshinki [Album Review]

Time is the sixth studio album of the South Korean band Tohoshinki. The band released its sixth Japanese studio album in March 2013 under the banner of Aez Trax of Japan. The band specializes...

Afraid Of Heights By Wavves [Album Review]

Wavves is an American surf rock band which has been working since 2008. Afraid of Heights is the third studio album of the band, which was released in 2013. The band is based in...

Anthems By Anthrax [Album Review]

Anthems are the sixth extended ply by the American metal rock band Anthrax.  The album was released in March, 2013 under the label of Meagaforce Records. The album was launched in Europe under the...

Chronicles Of Marnia By Marnie Stern [Album Review]

Marnie Stern is a very famous American musician. She also does song writing and has earned a lot of fame for her guitar playing. She is most famous for her guitar playing along with...

Dimly Lit By Neils Children [Album Review]

Neils Children is a British band and they have been of the record since the release of their album in 2009. This new album named “Dimly Lit” is a new one in their collection...

Earth Rocker By Clutch [Album Review]

Earth Rocker is the recent album released by the Rock band Clutch. The album was released in March, 2013.  The album was released under the label of Weathermaer music.   The album is the tenth...

I Am Not A Human Being II By Lil Wayne [Album Review]

Lil Wayne is an American rapper and this album “I am not a Human Being II” is his tenth studio album.He is famous for his hip hop style of music. This album is produced by...

The Invisible Way By Low [Album Review]

The band “Low” has released his tenth full album by the name of “The Invisible Way”. Low is an American Indie rock band and is working since 1993. The group members include Mimi Parker...

Utopia By Kerli [Album Review]

Utopia is an extended paly released by the Estonian recording artist Kerli, she also does song writing It is her second extended play. The album was released in March 2013. The album came into...

Clockwork Angels By Rush [Album Review]

Rush is a Canadian rock band and “Clockwork Angels” is the nineteenth studio album of the band.  The album was released in June 2012 under the banner of Anthem and Road runner.  The album was released...

Harakiri By Serj Tankian [Album Review]

Hara-kiri is a studio album by an Armenian-American Singer Serj Tankian. This is his third album and it was released in July, 2012. The artist specializes in Neo-prog, art rock, alternative metal genres.  It...

In Our Heads By Hot Chip [Album Review]

The band Hot Chip is an English electronic music band and specializes in Synth pop, Electro- funk, nu-disco, Indietronica and alternative dance genres. “In Our Heads” is the fifth album of the band and...

Looking 4 Myself By Usher [Album Review]

Usher is an American R&B recording artist and “Looking 4 Myself” is his seventh studio album.  The album was released in June, 2012 under the label of RCA records. The album was produced by Usher...

Overexposed By Maroon 5 [Album Review]

The band Maroon 5 is an American pop rock band and “Overexposed” is the fourth studio album by the band. The album was recorded in the Conway Recording studios in Los Angeles and was produced by...

Synthetica By Metric [Album Review]

Synthetica is studio album by the Canadian Indie rock band “Metric”. The album is the band’s fifth album.  The album was released in June, 2012. It was recorded in Electric Lady Studios and Giant...

Uncaged By Zac Brown Band [Album Review]

Uncaged is the third studio album by the Zac Brown band.  The album was released in July 2012. It was recorded in Atlanta, Nashville, North Carolina and Florida. It was released under the banner of...

Welcome To Fishbowl By Kenny Chesney [Album Review]

Kenny Chesney is an American country music artist. The album “Welcome to Fishbowl” is his fifteenth studio album. The album was released in June, 2012 under the banner of Blue Chair and Columbia records. ...

Stay Trippy By Juicy J [Album Review]

Juicy J is a renowned American rapper. He is famous for his hip hop music in the American music industry. He released his third studio album in august 2013 by the name of “Stay...

Colours In The Dark By Tarja Turunen [Album Review]

Tarja Turunen is a Finish singer and song writer. She also composes songs and has been working from quiet long now.  She is famous for her unique style of singing and vocal range of...

Age Against The Machine By Goodie Mob [Album Review]

Goodie Mob is an Atlantic Hip hop group and recently they have released their fifth studio album by the name of “age against the machine”. The album was released in August 2013 under the...

Love In The Future By John Legend [Album Review]

John Legend is an American singer and song writer. He specializes in R&B along with neo soul.  He has launched his three albums already and in this year on August 30, 2013 he has...

Unorthodox Jukebox By Bruno Mars [Album Review]

BRUNO MARS, a 27 year old HAWAII native boy made his name in  the music world through his smashing debut album  DOO-WOPS + HOOLIGANS. Since then he is known as a blasting singer whose songs are...

Love And War By Tamar Braxton [Album Review]

An American competent singer “Tamar Braxton” reveals her new album Love And War. The album is released recently a couple of days before on 3rd September 2013.  “Tamar Braxton” wears many titles including reality star, wife...

In It To Win It By Saliva [Album Review]

When a man loses its front man, it gets sometimes hard for them to rebound it. it is kind of like losing your identity. Saliva is the latest band, which lost their front man Josey...

Trouble By Natalia Kills [Album Review]

Trouble is the second album by an English recording artist Natalia Kills released on 2nd September 2013. One year later, after the release of her debut album Natalia started to gather material for her upcoming album. Trouble is a pop and...

Yours Truly By Ariana Grande [Album Review]

Yours Truly is the debut album of an English artist Ariana Grande. Ariana initially started working on this album in 2011. It is a result of three years of work. Yours Truly caries the expectations of...

Am By Arctic Monkeys [Album Review]

English rock band “Arctic Monkeys” are into the industry with the release of their fifth music album Am. It was released on 6th September 2013. Arctic Monkeys broke a record with a debut AM becoming the...

Tales Of Us By Goldfrapp [Album Review]

Tales Of Us is the sixth studio album duo by Goldfrapp. The band started recording their recent album in April 2011. It is Goldfrapp’s most sophisticated piece of work and one of their consistently satisfying albums....

Sound System By The Clash [Album Review]

Sound System is a box set collection by “The Clash” released in September 2013.  “Mick Jones” is the lead guitarist of the band. According to him, there are a lot of things in this...

Tookah By Emiliana Torrini [Album Review]

“Emiliana Torrini” was born on 16th may 1977. She is an Icelandic singer who is famous for her song “Jungle Drum” which was released in 2011. She has been a member of an Icelandic group “Gus...

The Standard By Gloria Estefan [Album Review]

Gloria Estefan, the seven time Grammy award winner is the unbeatable queen of Latin pop. Recording  “The Standard”   has been a lifetime dream for Gloria. This album consists of many beautiful songs which have...

B.O.A.T.S II: Me Time By 2 Chainz [Album Review]

“2 Chainz” is an American 36 year old rapper who has recently launched his new album entitled “B.O.A.T.S II: Me Time“. Prior to this, he released an album in 2012 under the title of “Based...

The Electric Lady By Janelle Monae [Album Review]

Janelle Monae gives a great leap forward after singing a duet “We Are Young” with Fun. The Electric Lady is a pleasing set of 19 tracks altogether. “Q.U.E.E.N” and “Dance Apocalyptic” were revealed before...

Love In Flying Colors By The Foreign Exchange [Album Review]

After forming unlikely allegiance years ago, the “Foreign Exchange” released a stellar stream of albums and built a devoted fan base that remains connected to their music. While continuing to assemble the tightly knit...