Music Reviews

csm_music
age 13+
 
Dark, quirky, original blend of rock, country, and blues.
By Jack White
(2014)
csm_music
age 13+
 
Evanescence dissects pain, fear, and isolation.
By Evanescence
(2003)
age 13+
 
Adolescent rebel yell.
By Simple Plan
(2004)
age 12+
 
U2 gets back on track.
By U2
(2004)
csm_music
age 13+
 
Beck keeps it interesting -- and pretty clean
By Beck
(2005)
age 14+
 
Whiny and derivative, but also kind of fun.
By Hawthorne Heights
(2005)
csm_music
age 15+
 
Pink takes on just about everyone. Teens and up.
By Pink
(2006)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Chili Peppers less spicy than before.
By Red Hot Chili Peppers
(2006)
age 10+
 
Brooding indie tunes OK for kids too young for the movie.
By Various Artists
(2010)
csm_music
age 13+
 
Well-crafted -- lots for teen fans to enjoy.
By Depeche Mode
(2005)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Harsh, loud, complex; probably best metal album of all time.
By Metallica
(1986)
csm_music
age 13+
 
Message music for this millennium.
By Coldplay
(2005)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Darker album from emotionally charged band.
By Coldplay
(2008)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Rude, rowdy good-time power rockers' best album.
By AC/DC
(2003)
age 10+
 
Sexy-sounding -- but not sexual -- UK import.
By Duffy
(2008)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Not groundbreaking, but a solid listen.
By Maroon 5
(2002)
csm_music
age 13+
 
Intense anthem about God, violence is best for older kids.
By Linkin Park
(2010)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Rock vets deliver dark images, big guitar riffs.
By Metallica
(2008)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Smart punk-tinged rock & roll for teens.
By Yellowcard
(2006)
csm_music
age 18+
 
Self-defined supergroup falls flat.
By Velvet Revolver
(2004)

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