Review: N*E*R*D

N*E*R*D "In Search Of..." (Virgin Records) Producers Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, known to the world as The Neptunes, have invited their buddy Shay to team with them as N*E*R*D and go "In Search...

Review: Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz "“Greatest Hits”" (Virgin Records) Undeniably one of the most spiritual and soulful artists to grace the music scene in recent years, Kravitz has accumulated a remarkable spectrum of...

Review: Blur

Blur "“Greatest Hits”" (Virgin Records) If you are interested in Blur, but you don’t know where to start , this double CD is highly recommended. The first disc has 18 tracks that come off of various...

Review: Manic Street Preachers

Manic Street Preachers "“Know Your Enemy”" (Virgin Records) Manic Street Preachers seem to think of themselves as the Welsh version of Rage Against the Machine (competing with Chumbawumba for the...

Review: Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals "“Live From Mars”" (Virgin Records) Years of touring have made this double disc inevitable. Disc One features the Innocent Criminals, while the second is just...

Review: The Smashing Pumpkins

The Smashing Pumpkins "Rotten Apples:  “Greatest Hits / Judas O”) (Virgin Records) For the Smashing Pumpkins fan, 12 previously unreleased songs.  A bit arrogant for a ‘Greatest Hits’ album that...

Review: Massive Attack

Massive Attack "“100th Window”" (Virgin Records) One of the strangest records I have ever heard.  “100th Window” is three parts electronica, two parts symphonic ambient noise-pop, and a tea spoon of...