cd review

Madonna MDNA – CD Review

Madonna’s 12th studio album MDNA comes out almost 30 years after her debut album in 1983. The Material Girl has been well known for changing her image from album to album, and her latest is no different. The Queen of Pop has sold over 300 million albums worldwide, and this latest will just add to her numbers.

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The Puppini Sisters – Hollywood CD Review

The Puppini Sisters are a trio comprised of unrelated Italian Marcella Puppini and English-born Stephanie O’Brien and Kate Mullins. Their latest album is called Hollywood, and it pays homage to the classic music of the Silver Screen.

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Music Review: Patrick Stump – Soul Punk

Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump is known for his work with the pop punk band that thousands of screaming girls adore, but this wise musicians must have always known that his talent spread in many different directions. On his first solo full length album, Soul Punk, Stump shows his diversity and love of music through the sounds he delivers. From a little bit of pop, a bit of rock, a bit of dance and a lot of soul, Patrick Stump reveals many different sides.

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Music Review: James Morrison – The Awakening

Crooner James Morrison exploded onto the scene last year with his album, Songs for You, Truths for Me, scoring a number of hit singles for the previously unknown English singer. The Brit is back with the same raspy vocals and smooth ballads to try to win his way back into your hearts and the top of the charts.

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Music Review: MuchMusic Presents k-os

K-os has been keeping a low profile since the 2009 release of his album Yes! Now with a big MuchMusic special the rapper and his original delivery and style are being thrust back into the spotlight to offer us all something different.

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Music Review: Jason Derulo – Future History

Jason Derulo was dubbed as the next Usher for his singing and dancing last year when he debuted on the music scene. Now he’s returning to the scene with his sophomore cd to prove if he has Usher’s staying power in the r&b music scene. See our music writer’s review.

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Music Review: SuperHeavy – S/T

SuperHeavy are the latest musical supergroup to hit the airwaves. Combing the styles of The Rolling Stone frontman Mick Jagger, soul singer Joss Stone, reggae artist Damien Marley, Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart and Indian composer A.R. Rahman (who worked on the Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack), SuperHeavy create music that is all their own. Find out how it stacks up in our review.

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Music Review: Mat Kearney – Young Love

Looking for something to soothe your soul, make you dance or bob your head to during a roadtrip? Mat Kearney has what you need. This Nashville based singer-songwriter has blended musical styles to give you something that is the perfect mix of indie and pop. See more on this emerging musician.

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Music Review: The Muppets – The Green Album

With the new Muppets movie coming out soon, we are going to be feeling Muppet-mania. They have already announced a new Muppets inspired nail polish. Now Muppet fans can also get an updated version of the favourite songs performed by modern artists.

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Music Review: Selena Gomez & The Scene – When The Sun Goes Down

Review of the new album from Selena Gomez & The Scene – When The Sun Goes Down.

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Music Review: The Pretty Reckless – Light Me Up

With her departure from Gossip Girl, Taylor Momsen obviously wants to make The Pretty Reckless a serious gig. Light Me Up is a good start to her career.

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Music Review: Mookie & The Loyalists EP

Review of the first EP by Mookie Morris from Canadian Idol

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Music Review: Natasha Bedingfield – Strip Me

After four albums, I have decided I like the idea of Natasha Bedingfield’s music more than the delivery.

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Music Review: Stereos – Uncontrollable

Canadian band Stereos made it big when they won the MuchMusic reality television show, Disband. Now, their sophmore cd is in stores and we will find out if they are talented or just lucky.

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Music Review: Duffy – Endlessly

Duffy is back with her sophomore cd, Endlessly.

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