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  • The most immediately noticeable aspect of ...And Justice for All isn't Metallica's still-growing compositional sophistication or the apocalyptic lyrical portrait of a society in decay. It's the weird, bone-dry production. The guit... The most immediately noticeable aspect of ...And Justice for All isn't Metallica's still-growing compositional sophistication or the apocalyptic lyrical portrait of a society in decay. It's the weird, bone-dry production. The guitars buzz thinly, the drums click more than pound, and Jason Newsted's bass is nearly inaudible. It's a shame that the cold, flat sound obscures some of the sonic details, because ...And Justice for All is Metallica's most complex, ambitious work; every song is an expanded suite, with only two of the nine tracks clocking in at under six minutes. It takes a while to sink in, but given time, ...And Justice for All reveals some of Metallica's best material. It also reveals the band's determination to pull out all the compositional stops, throwing in extra sections, odd-numbered time signatures, and dense webs of guitar arpeggios and harmonized leads. At times, it seems like they're doing it simply because they can; parts of the album lack direction and probably should have been trimmed for momentum's sake. Pacing-wise, the album again loosely follows the blueprint of Ride the Lightning, though not as closely as Master of Puppets. This time around, the fourth song -- once again a ballad with a thrashy chorus and outro -- gave the band one of the unlikeliest Top 40 singles in history; "One" was an instant metal classic, based on Dalton Trumbo's antiwar novel Johnny Got His Gun and climaxing with a pulverizing machine-gun imitation. As a whole, opinions on ...And Justice for All remain somewhat divided: some think it's a slightly flawed masterpiece and the pinnacle of Metallica's progressive years; others see it as bloated and overambitious. Either interpretation can be readily supported, but the band had clearly taken this direction as far as it could. The difficulty of reproducing these songs in concert eventually convinced Metallica that it was time for an overhaul. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • While Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born established Wilco's reputation as one of America's most interesting and imaginative rock bands, both albums were the product of a band in flux, and this was particularly evident to th... While Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born established Wilco's reputation as one of America's most interesting and imaginative rock bands, both albums were the product of a band in flux, and this was particularly evident to those who saw the group on-stage after the release of YHF. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot may have blazed new sonic trails for Wilco, but the departure of Jay Bennett in the latter stages of its production left the band with an audible hole when they played the new material on-stage, and while multi-instrumentalist Leroy Bach may have been a technically skilled player, he looked and sounded like a cold fish in concert, unwittingly emphasizing the cooler surfaces of Wilco's new music and negating much of the passion of Jeff Tweedy's songs. However, by the time Wilco hit the road following the release of A Ghost Is Born, the group's latest round of personnel shakeups had the unexpected but welcome effect of spawning one of the group's best lineups to date; after Bach amicably left Wilco, the addition of keyboard and guitar man Pat Sansone and especially visionary guitarist Nels Cline gave the band players whose energy and passion matched their technical skill, and suddenly the band was playing its challenging new material with the same sweaty force Tweedy and company conjured up in the band's earlier days. Thankfully, Tweedy had the good sense to document the prowess of Wilco's latest incarnation on-stage, and Kicking Television: Live in Chicago, recorded during four shows at the Windy City's Vic Theater, offers a welcome second perspective on the band's more recent work. With the exception of two numbers from Wilco's collaborative albums with Billy Bragg (in which they set Woody Guthrie's poems to music), Kicking Television focuses exclusively on their "post-alt-country" work, but while many of the songs featured here sounded cool and mannered in the studio, here they gain new muscle and force, not to mention a great deal of enthusiasm, and while tunes like "Ashes of American Flags" and "Handshake Drugs" are never going to be crowd-pleasers in the manner of "Casino Queen," the élan of this band in full flight shows that the fun has been put back in Wilco, albeit in a different and more angular form. Nels Cline's guitar is especially bracing in this context, and his marriage of melodic weight and joyous dissonance fits these songs while expanding on their strengths at the same time. And the title cut thankfully proves that Wilco still can (and still does) rock on out. Kicking Television is the best sort of live album -- a recording that doesn't merely retread a band's back catalog, but puts their songs in a new perspective, and in this case these performances reveal that one great band has actually been getting better. ~ Mark Deming, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Ok, so they're a little creepy and I have MAJOR hesitations about ever going to see them in concert, but...I can safely listen to their music on my iPod and have it motivate me to run another mile. =)

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  • My second Christmas Desire! Contains 3 CDs, 1 DVD, a 56-page Collectors Book and a postcard replica of the original Rolling Stones 1969 tour poster by David Byrd.

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  • Founded in 2003 by trumpeter Kevin Cunningham, the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra UK wowed audiences in Concert Halls and Theatres all over Great Britain for four years. Known for it’s mix of Big Band Swing teamed with outstanding v... Founded in 2003 by trumpeter Kevin Cunningham, the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra UK wowed audiences in Concert Halls and Theatres all over Great Britain for four years. Known for it’s mix of Big Band Swing teamed with outstanding vocals, the Orchestra’s repertoire ranges from the classics of Glenn Miller through Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman to the cool vibe of Sinatra with a touch of Buddy Rich thrown in.

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  • You can't allways get what you want, but if you wait long and hard you might get more than you asked for. - thanks guys!

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  • "Sunshine of Your Love" is quite possibly one of the best songs I have ever heard. If I could have seen Cream in concert I actually might have cried....BUT seeing as I was born more than 2 decades (shhhhh) after this was released... "Sunshine of Your Love" is quite possibly one of the best songs I have ever heard. If I could have seen Cream in concert I actually might have cried....BUT seeing as I was born more than 2 decades (shhhhh) after this was released in vinyl, I'm a little late. I got this album when I was 10 and have never gotten sick of it. PS: "Tales of Brave Ulysses" will also rock your world.

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  • Great album. You can get the album off ITunes much cheaper than Amazon, but I couldn't figure out how to post the link from Itunes :-)

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  • Michael Jackson live on stage, 10 nights, London. sounds amazing!

  • Black jeans that Miley wore in concert with a black t-shirt and boots.

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  • These Frye Boots are so cool. They have adjustable brass buckles so you can size them. Miley wore them in concert!

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  • This shirt is so cool because it saves the hassle of having to pair jewelry with your outfit! You already have drapped beading down the front of the shirt. Miley wore this in concert with leggings and Frye boots.

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  • I'm not even going to lie....I saw them in concert.

  • Get your VERY OWN Britney Spears doll!

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  • On Monday June 23rd a lucky few Chicagoans were treated to an intimate performance at the Hideout by the leading lady of protest, Mavis Staples. Accustomed to appearances at large venues, particularly in her hometown - the Windy C... On Monday June 23rd a lucky few Chicagoans were treated to an intimate performance at the Hideout by the leading lady of protest, Mavis Staples. Accustomed to appearances at large venues, particularly in her hometown - the Windy City itself - Staples played with a stripped down, raw and swampy three-piece band and just a handful of back-up singers, providing a rare opportunity for fans to get close and sweaty with a figure who has led the musical charge towards equality and justice for the past five decades. Fortunately, the magical set was captured on tape, and now the rest of us can experience the righteous protest and joyful inspiration Mavis imparted that evening via Mavis Staples Live: Hope at the Hideout. "Anyone who was hearing this American treasure in concert for the first time learned precious lessons about where we have been and where we are today." - Dave Hoekstra, Chicago Sun Times

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  • Oh Hannah Montana, she's just so great.

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  • These guys are amazing in concert. I just saw them two months ago, and I was floored by their performance!

  • I LOVE A Fine Frenzy. I've been to see her in concert and I go through periods of listening to this CD obsessively. I've downloaded her live tracks off iTunes, too. She's a great young singer/songwriter who plays a mean piano. Her... I LOVE A Fine Frenzy. I've been to see her in concert and I go through periods of listening to this CD obsessively. I've downloaded her live tracks off iTunes, too. She's a great young singer/songwriter who plays a mean piano. Her lyrics are soulful and poetic and always transport me somewhere emotionally.

  • I'm going to see Air Supply in concert at a state fair this summer, and I definitely need one of these!

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  • U2 is a classic - my Dad loves them. They're not so bad in concert either.

  • I saw "The Psychedelic Furs" live in concert at Radio City Music Hall when I was still in college. I had nosebleed seats but I was thrilled just the same. Whenever I hear "Pretty in Pink", I look back, enjoy and feel incredible... I saw "The Psychedelic Furs" live in concert at Radio City Music Hall when I was still in college. I had nosebleed seats but I was thrilled just the same. Whenever I hear "Pretty in Pink", I look back, enjoy and feel incredible gratitude for all that I have learned since then.

  • When the song "1999" was first released, I imagined that we would all be flying around like "The Jetsons" by then. Well, we aren't. And now "The Jonas Brothers" are singing about the "Year 3000." So, time flies. In the meantim... When the song "1999" was first released, I imagined that we would all be flying around like "The Jetsons" by then. Well, we aren't. And now "The Jonas Brothers" are singing about the "Year 3000." So, time flies. In the meantime, I am drooling at the thought of purchasing this entire collection of Prince hits. What would be even sweeter is if I managed to see him live in concert before the end of this decade.

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  • This box set was included in the ticket price when I saw Hornsby in concert the other year. It's a great box set I discovered though, packed with material from throughout his long career. He's great in concert as well, with ter... This box set was included in the ticket price when I saw Hornsby in concert the other year. It's a great box set I discovered though, packed with material from throughout his long career. He's great in concert as well, with terrific banter between himself and the audience. If you ever get a chance to see him perform, I'd take it in an instant.

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  • I recommend this particular Eagles album for two reasons: 1) it has the biggest collection of their hit songs and 2) these hits sound even better in concert than they do in the studio. And I hope that I actually get to see them u... I recommend this particular Eagles album for two reasons: 1) it has the biggest collection of their hit songs and 2) these hits sound even better in concert than they do in the studio. And I hope that I actually get to see them up close and personal myself one of these days.

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  • I saw John Fogerty (the voice of Creedence Clearwater Revival) in concert just a few years ago. The venue was spectacularly atrocious, but John saved the day and kept cranking out music for more than three hours. This album incl... I saw John Fogerty (the voice of Creedence Clearwater Revival) in concert just a few years ago. The venue was spectacularly atrocious, but John saved the day and kept cranking out music for more than three hours. This album includes many of the songs from his past, but ones that I am just beginning to discover. He is a great talent, on and off the stage.

  • Guess I listen to more country music than I realize. I actually saw Lucinda Williams live in concert (in a very small suburban theater) and never knew she was a country singer. Perhaps not owning a single one of her albums made... Guess I listen to more country music than I realize. I actually saw Lucinda Williams live in concert (in a very small suburban theater) and never knew she was a country singer. Perhaps not owning a single one of her albums made me more open to listening . . . I loved her music, her voice and her band playing the songs from this album and several previous recordings. And I danced in the aisles too.

  • By the time "Cosmic Thing" was released, I had already had the good fortune to see the B-52's in concert. So I was expecting great things from this album. And, boy, do they deliver on every single song, "Love Shack" being the mo... By the time "Cosmic Thing" was released, I had already had the good fortune to see the B-52's in concert. So I was expecting great things from this album. And, boy, do they deliver on every single song, "Love Shack" being the most widely recognized but definitely not the only jewel in their crown. I dare you not to dance !

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  • Two primary reasons for my recommendation of this album: 1) the song "Why Should I Cry For You" and 2) seeing Sting live in concert on the promotional tour. Beyond that, this album is an entity unto itself . . . and a mournfully... Two primary reasons for my recommendation of this album: 1) the song "Why Should I Cry For You" and 2) seeing Sting live in concert on the promotional tour. Beyond that, this album is an entity unto itself . . . and a mournfully heartfelt one at that.