Album Reviews – 41st Edition

The XX run full speed towards indie electronic without losing sight of the intimacy of their sound, The Birthday Party stands on the verge of total insanity, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers play straightforward rock and roll, and Bob Dylan turns himself into one of the biggest interpreters of the American songbook.

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Album Reviews – 34th Edition

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds turn to minimalistic instrumentation and find an overwhelming moving masterpiece in the aftermath of tragedy, Midnight Oil continue trying to find a center and come across a very good album on the way, Pearl Jam debuts with grunge grandiosity, and Haim displays its pop influences.

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