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Various Artists - Unsettled Scores

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How often is it that one can find a double-CD set where every song is a winner? Most various artist sets will typically have some good, and some not-so-hot stuff, but this long awaited compilation...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 1996-03-01)

Various Artists - Unsettled Scores

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Various artists compilations don't get much better than this. From what started as a joke four years ago, comes the long-awaited double disc release of Cuneiform artists covering other...

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(Posted by Dan Casey 1996-03-01)

Various Artists - Unsettled Scores

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Five good reasons to buy Unsettled Scores. 1) Doctor Zero, a combination of Univers Zero and Doctor Nerve musicians and their version of "Onde Crepseculaire." Originally penned...

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(Posted by Mike McLatchey 1996-03-01)

Exposé Staff Picks —
The Best of 1996

Cover art We don't always do end of year "best of" lists, but when we do, you can bet they'll be diverse. Here's a look back at how our writers felt about the year 1996.  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen, Jeff Melton, Mike Ezzo, Dan Casey, Mike Grimes, Steve Robey, Mike McLatchey, Mac Beaulieu, Alain Lachapelle 1997-02-01)

Pavlov's Dog - The Pekin Tapes

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In 1973, nearly two years before the release of their major label debut Pampered Menial, Pavlov’s Dog from St. Louis, by that time already grown from their beginnings as a quartet of...

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(Posted by Peter Thelen 2015-03-05)

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Steve Howe - Skyline – This solo release finds the Yes guitarist in a rather mellow mood, favoring light latin sounds with only sparse percussion. Paul Sutin’s keyboards and percussion provide relatively basic...  (2003) » Read more

Suspended Memories - Earth Island – Steve Roach is a very individual and influential synthesist: when he is involved in a project he is usually the most distinguishable factor. The Suspended Memories trio is one of these exceptions; its...  (1994) » Read more

Headless Household - Inside / Outside USA – A quartet from Santa Barbara, CA, Headless Household have been together for over a decade, and released their first, self titled, album in 1987. Inside / Outside USA finds them teeming up with several...  (1995) » Read more

Christian Vander / Offering - A Fiièh – The third and most recent Offering album appeared in 1993, with a line-up more full than the previous two Offerings. It should be no surprise that Stella Vander, Isabelle Feullebois, Philippe...  (1995) » Read more

Melodic Energy Commision - Moon Phase Compendium – Rarely does one uncover psychedelic music from the late 70s or early 80s, so when one finds a pair of albums as anachronistic as these, and as good as these, one is obliged to wax superlative. Melodic...  (1999) » Read more



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