Yearly Archives: 2004
Knowing Simple Plan's rags-to-riches situation makes Still Not Getting Any… even less believable.
U2’s How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb doesn't sustain the huge rock factor insinuated up front by "Vertigo," but it does reveal a worthwhile alternative identity.
For Rise Against, their bold step into this territory could have easily spelled disaster. But while seeking fortunes in greater landscapes, they have not forgotten the fires from where they rose.
The Voodoo Music Festival is a compilation of all your favorite music festivals wrapped up together with a strong southern accent and some good old Southern hospitality.
Complicated Shirt mess their way through ten songs of riotous, snotty, yet cleverly obnoxious garage rock
Before you settle on that Velvet Revolver album, think about picking up any Drive-By Truckers record, because you're not likely to find a more accomplished and engrossing hard rock experience.
Paul Brill has once again reached a plateau known to only some. And we are all but weary explorers shouting "eureka!" at the foot of great discovery.
As a concept album, Cultural Norms works quite well.
Moments in Grace's Moonlight Survived is a strong album, especially for a debut. Get your fist ready.
Not the case with this indie tribute to the Crows; Dead and Dreaming. Each band does an above average job of taking a classic song and putting just the right amount of personality into the song.