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Sleep | Dopesmoker [re-issue]
In the early-'90s metal drought, a strange strain developed through the cracks in the pavement, as downtuned strings, sluggish tempos, and vintage amplification led to the blossoming of stoner rock.
Southern Lord (2012)
| June 08, 2012
Smashing Pumpkins | Gish/Siamese Dream
Billy Corgan's zeitgeist whine, so omnipresent via high-charting Siamese Dream tracks "Today" and "Disarm," was the true sound of the alterna-'90s.
| December 02, 2011
The Rolling Stones | Some Girls
Hindsight demands each deluxe reissue of a Rolling Stones record be declared a masterpiece, despite the reality that for every flawless Let It Bleed there is a Steel Wheels stumble, with 1978's Some Girls falling somewhere in the middle of a spotty five
| November 25, 2011
Various Artists | True Soul: Deep Sounds from the Left of Stax
Soul hounds love deep, obscure shit — the deeper it is, the more obscure it is, the funkier it is, the more Southern it is, the better.
| July 15, 2011
The Who | Live at Leeds: 40th Anniversary Super-Deluxe Collector's Edition
Nearly three decades after launching a farewell tour, the Who continue to wring out dough from their fans both live and via recorded versions of their concerts.
| December 03, 2010
Chromatics | Night Drive
Independent Italo-disco throwback record label Italians Do It Better is rooted as deeply in punk-rock DIY as it is in dance 12-inches from the '70s and drugged-out '80s club-night afterparties.
Italians Do It Better (2010)
| November 19, 2010
Queensrÿche | Empire: 20th Anniversary Edition
Queensrÿche were always a bit too smart for the late-'80s hair-metal genre in which they were pigeonholed.
| November 19, 2010
Gary Numan has never been one for nostalgia.
A synth-pop legend reluctantly accepts his past
| October 22, 2010
John Lennon | Signature Box
Part absurdist wit, part domestic romantic, and part quasi-revolutionary, John Lennon had a restless, albeit brief, post-Beatles career.
| October 08, 2010
Interview: Six Finger Satellite
Providence retro-futuristic bad boys Six Finger Satellite have re-issued their elusive 1994 self-released Machine Cuisine Companion Cassette off Anchor Brain records, available for the post-analog age via internet download or cassette.
Providence band talks Machine Cuisine Companion Cassette reissue
| September 03, 2010
Review: The Stone Roses | The Stone Roses (Legacy Edition)
The Stone Roses' 1989 debut LP has been deified by such dubious tastemakers as the NME and Oasis's Noel Gallagher — and the rest of us really like it too.
| September 18, 2009
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