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Product: Audio CD
Title: Fever
Label: Capitol
Artist: Kylie Minogue, Kylie Minogue
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5

Ugh... boring... The only song possibly worth listening to once or twice is "Love At First Sight." Not soothing, not exciting, not flowing... just dull. And terrible lyics, meaningless and vague. Boring pop, a little late for turning into Madonna, Kylie.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Give Up
Label: Sub Pop
Artist: The Postal Service
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
worth your time

To be honest I've never heard this record but the radio plays that song "Such Great HEights" about once an hour at work and it's the most remarkably annoying song I've ever heard in my life! Good sweet Lord! It sounds like a cross between the pet shop boys and Jimmy Eat World. I've had people tell me that I gotta check out Death CAb For Cutie, but not after having this guy wail nosily in my ear every hour! It sounds like it should be playing in the background of some U.P.N teen drama or something. Pick up a Fall record instead.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Found True Love
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: John Hammond
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Hammond with accompaniment

Great disk. It may be a departure, in that it isn't Hammond solo, but the accompaniment does not detract from quintessential acoustic blues. Its an interesting setting for one of the later generation bluesmen that does it right.

Product: Audio CD
Title: A Funk Odyssey
Label: Sony
Artist: Jamiroquai
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Get down with Jamiroquai.

Hook-infested album that has a heavier influence on 1970's disco than his previous efforts. If a cut like "Little L," can't make you dance, then chances are you're comatose. Jay-Kay doesn't depart from his usual formula (1970's soul/funk grooves, the Stevie Wonder influence), but then again, consistency has always been his greatest strength. Only the dull ballads weigh the album down and keep it from greatness. Otherwise, this one's a keeper.