Music Reviews

age 14+
Sixties greats capture an era -- good, bad, and ugly.
By Various Artists
(2009)
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Four Oklahoma teens churn out safe heavy metal.
By Crooked X
(2009)
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Energizing call to action sends positive message to teens.
By U2
(2009)
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Madness is contagious in riotous but teen-friendly LP.
By Fall Out Boy
(2008)
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Rock vets deliver dark images, big guitar riffs.
By Metallica
(2008)
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Darker album from emotionally charged band.
By Coldplay
(2008)
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Movie starlet does somber Waits covers.
By Scarlett Johansson
(2008)
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Suave songwriter delivers mature sounding songs.
By Gavin DeGraw
(2008)
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Brooding German teen rockers bring rousing debut.
By Tokio Hotel
(2008)
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Great music, but also intense and dark.
By My Chemical Romance
(2006)
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Brooding, poetic songs ease a breakup's pain.
By Evanescence
(2006)
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Exciting guitar work; unintelligible lyrics.
By Kasabian
(2006)
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AAF's third release doesn't break any new ground.
By Alien Ant Farm
(2006)
age 14+
Decent but cliché-ridden pop rock.
By Hoobastank
(2006)
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OK, but doesn't make much sense. Teens and up.
By Yeah Yeah Yeahs
(2006)
age 14+
Dramatic teens may enjoy, but not for everyone.
By Hawthorne Heights
(2006)
age 14+
Intense and honest, but best for mature teens+.
By Nickelback
(2005)
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age 14+
Powerful rock & roll with a softer side.
By Foo Fighters
(2005)
age 14+
Whiny and derivative, but also kind of fun.
By Hawthorne Heights
(2005)
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age 14+
3 Doors Down delivers; best for older teens.
By 3 Doors Down
(2005)

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