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Product: Audio CD
Title: Get Lifted
Label: Sony
Artist: John Legend
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
This boy is a Genious!!!!


If u don't like this CD something must b wrong w/ u! This is so beautiful. It's not the little teen pop stuff a lot of artist have been putting out, but some mature music that I've been waiting for. This is a must listen. His live Cd is also very vey good.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Songs from the Last Century
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: George Michael
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
This is George.


This is George Michael. The funk is gone because the fake lifestyle is too. This is the real George Michael that he wants be. 'Older' shows the direction he is going in. Let this be another good album to follow in that direction.



Product: Audio CD
Title: American Life
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
What is the Message Behind the Music? Love Changes Us


Simply put this album is her best. Why is it her best? Well because it's personal but the themes (aside from the title track) are universal. Most the songs are about love and even loss. It's a wonderful album with great instrumtation and her voice is in perfect order. It's great, I suggest it to anyone! Buy it for Mothers day!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Drawn from Life
Label: Astralwerks
Artist:
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
He's back


I'm not sure why anyone would even bring up The Drop here. Eno hasn't produced anything truly great since Nerve Net. Sure, a few good ones, but none others that I would consider to be a landmark. Of course, I tend to like the less-ambient side of Eno, but I do collect anything with his name on it.
That being said, this is an amazing disk. I don't even know how to describe the music, but it is compelling enough to draw me in to hyper-attention mode. Being a recording artist myself, and partially adept at mixing and producing, I am amazed at the number of textures he manages to superimpose, without things getting muddy.
I might actually subtract half a star for the slow-down in the last few tracks. But that is sort of an expected Eno album trait, isn't it?