Music Reviews

age 13+
Moody, but well-written and impressive vocals.
By Coldplay
(2003)
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age 10+
Unapologetic, lighthearted, musical fun.
By Smash Mouth
(2003)
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age 16+
Posturing angry young men -- big yawn.
By Limp Bizkit
(2003)
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age 16+
Smart music but definitely not for younger teens.
By The Strokes
(2003)
age 12+
The overall effect is clean, simple fun.
By No Doubt
(2003)
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age 12+
Impressive package boasts poetry and power.
By P.O.D.
(2003)
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age 15+
Sensational performer who doesn't hold back.
By Pink
(2003)
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age 12+
Confessional pop-rock, catchy tunes tap into teen angst.
By Avril Lavigne
(2002)
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age 10+
American Idol sings light rock songs.
By Bo Bice
(2005)
age 12+
Made for carefree summer fun.
By Sheryl Crow
(2003)
age 14+
A perfect album for quiet, reflective moods.
By Five for Fighting
(2004)
age 16+
A lot to love on this CD, but being PC isn't one.
By Courtney Love
(2004)
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age 12+
Not groundbreaking, but a solid listen.
By Maroon 5
(2002)
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age 14+
Hip garage band pays homage to great '70s bands.
By Jet
(2003)
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age 12+
There's a mighty big chip on this girl's shoulder.
By Katy Rose
(2004)
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age 15+
Some good stuff, but also much self-absorption.
By Yeah Yeah Yeahs
(2003)
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age 16+
Not very good or original -- teens can do better.
By The Darkness
(2003)
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age 11+
Original, refreshing, and a whole lot of fun.
By Fefe Dobson
(2003)
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age 13+
Mostly good clean rock & roll.
By Lostprophets
(2004)
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age 12+
Not bad, but Kravitz seems a bit bored.
By Lenny Kravitz
(2004)

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