Music Reviews

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age 15+
Sensational performer who doesn't hold back.
By Pink
(2003)
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age 15+
Some good stuff, but also much self-absorption.
By Yeah Yeah Yeahs
(2003)
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age 15+
Too racy for kids, but great for older teens.
By Usher
(2004)
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age 15+
A little bit wonderful, a little bit of a mess.
By N.E.R.D.
(2004)
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age 15+
Exuberant social commentary and party fun.
By Beastie Boys
(2004)
age 15+
Passionate posturing requires perspective.
By Modest Mouse
(2004)
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age 15+
Even rock stars cry over breakups.
By Jimmy Eat World
(2004)
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age 15+
Sweet vocals, but falls short of diva status.
By Ashanti
(2004)
age 15+
Angst-ridden rock is dark and depressing.
By Linkin Park
(2007)
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age 15+
R&B for adults and mature older teens.
By John Legend
(2004)
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age 15+
Enchanting, self-revelatory, and explicit.
By Lady Sovereign
(2006)
age 15+
More weird than good; like the film, not for kids.
By Outkast
(2006)
age 15+
Strong production puts Kelly's best foot forward.
By Kelly Osbourne
(2005)
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age 15+
Make-out music for the new century; not for kids.
By Omarion
(2005)
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age 15+
Raw content, great beats; proceed with caution.
By Sean Paul
(2002)
age 15+
In her first solo album, Beyonce flaunts it.
By Beyonce Knowles
(2003)
age 15+
Sometimes rude, crude, and lewd, and humorous.
By Good Charlotte
(2002)
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age 15+
One spicy dish after another best for older teens.
By Missy Elliott
(2005)
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age 15+
Social themes explored in this edited CD.
By Kanye West
(2005)
age 15+
Dark power-punk is violent but also makes teens think.
By My Chemical Romance
(2004)

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