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The Replacements - Pleased To Meet Me

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The ‘Mats head to Memphis to live out their Big Star dreams.
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Wilco - Summerteeth

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Wilco’s third album hints at experimental things to come.
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Nick Lowe - Jesus of Cool

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What more can you say about an album called “Jesus of Cool?”
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The Nerves - One Way Ticket

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Too much talent for one band, so only one record to show for it.
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Elvis Costello & the Attractions - This Year's Model

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Nick Lowe produced. Reckless, but never off the rails. Brilliant.
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Squeeze - Argybargy

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“Singles remind me of kisses. Albums remind me of plans.”
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Matthew Sweet - 100% Fun

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Soaring & shimmery, but also dirty & damaged. Quintessential ‘90s power pop.
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Big Star - Radio City

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The sound of a band imploding is just as compelling as them finding their sound.
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Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

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Wildly experimental, heart-wrenchingly earnest. Painfully self-destructive.
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Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde

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Dylan and the Band excavate the Bob Dylan Sound.
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Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um

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Legendary jazz bassist leaves mark on Columbia debut.
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Massive Attack - Mezzanine

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Trip-hop pioneers return to form with dense sonic soundscapes.
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Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You

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Queen of Soul fronts Muscle Shoals Swampers in landmark Atlantic debut.
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Stevie Wonder - Innervisions

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Stevie breaks new ground in funk with TONTO polyphonic synthesizer.
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Frank Sinatra - In the Wee Small Hours

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Gently aching, Sinatra grieves failed romance with Ava Gardner.
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Daft Punk - Random Access Memories

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Robots draft all-star team to fashion hi-fi italidisco dreamscape.
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Doug Paisley - Strong Feelings

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Low key, ‘70s-style folk from Toronto’s best kept secret.
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Teenage Fanclub - Bandwagonesque

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Spin Magazine ranked this 1991 album higher than Nirvana’s Nevermind.
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