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Apache-Inca: Review

After 48 years, Apache-Inca by Craig Smith has finally been rereleased on CD and vinyl, and it is just as remarkable as it was back then. Since only a handful of physical copies of the original album exist, this is the first time that the album has been released to a mass audience, aiding in Smith’s dream…

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The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo by Mr. Bungle Review: A Welcome Re-Recording

The experimental rock legends Mr. Bungle are back after over 20 years with a re-recording of their 1986 demo The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny. It may come as a disappointment for some fans that this is a straight thrash metal record, as opposed to the bands usual experimental and musically eclectic material. But fear not,…

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Classic Album Review: Revelations by Audioslave

Audioslave’s third and final studio album, Revelations came just a year after their second studio effort, Out of Exile. While Out of Exile saw the band resting on their laurels and largely copying and pasting from their eponymous debut album (albeit with less inspired results), Revelations shows Audioslave being reinvigorated and trying new things. With stellar songwriting and instrumental performances throughout the album,…

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