Music Reviews

AGE
10
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Fun videos support kid-friendly song about staying positive.
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By OK Go
(2010)
AGE
12
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Soundtrack is a bit darker than the Tim Burton movie.
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By Various Artists
(2010)
AGE
13
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Pensive alt-rock album is clean but dark at times.
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By Mumford & Sons
(2010)
AGE
13
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Standard heartbreak song is fine for teens.
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By The Script
(2010)
AGE
12
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Indie rock that's fine for older tweens and teens.
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By Spoon
(2010)
AGE
12
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Indie rockers' second CD is clean -- and compelling.
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By Vampire Weekend
(2010)
AGE
3
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Jazzy holiday soundtrack makes great background music.
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By Various Artists
(2009)
AGE
6
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Tween faves come together to spread holiday cheer.
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By Ashley Tisdale, Miley Cyrus, Mitchel Musso, Vanessa Hudgens
(2009)
AGE
10
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Musically dense, lyrically deep CD is OK for tweens.
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By Switchfoot
(2009)
AGE
10
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Excellent traditional Christmas music from Idol alum.
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By David Archuleta
(2009)
AGE
13
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Alt-rockers deliver witty yet mostly tame tracks.
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By Weezer
(2009)
AGE
2
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World music flavor enhances beloved Christmas classics.
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By Various Artists
(2009)
AGE
11
QUALITY
 
Creed rocks hard, but the lyrics are OK for tweens.
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By Creed
(2009)
AGE
14
QUALITY
 
Silly songs' bawdy humor veers into explicit territory.
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By Flight of the Conchords
(2009)
AGE
11
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Alt-punk rockers dish up hard-rock drama with tame lyrics.
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By Paramore
(2009)
AGE
2
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Well-known Christmas favorites with a-Dora-ble Latin twists.
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By Dora the Explorer
(2009)
AGE
12
QUALITY
 
Reprise of '80s fave debuts on Gossip Girl.
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By No Doubt
(2009)
AGE
12
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Clean, power-packed political anthem with punk appeal.
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By Green Day
(2009)
AGE
13
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Pointed lyrics, gritty language infuse political rock opera.
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By Green Day
(2009)
AGE
15
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Rock icon reinvents himself with gloomy hip-hop CD.
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By Chris Cornell
(2009)

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