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Hole – Nobody’s Daughter

Considering that Courtney Love’s first solo album, the 2004 America’s Sweetheart was a complete and utter flop, it was with some trepidation that I braved Hole’s new release Nobody’s Daughter. Love is, after all, a loose cannon. She released this album under the Hole name, despite legal objections from former Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson and announced that bassist Melissa Auf der Maur was in on the project, before Auf de Maur even knew about the reunion. But, whatever. It’s pretty kick arse, all things considered. Continue reading

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We Are Scientists – Barbara

When shit happens, the last thing you want to do is write a music review. With parking fines, uni ball-busting and hangovers in the mix, any kind of logical thinking is all but possible and I’m not sure if I can trust myself to write anything even close to a readable review. However, once listening to We Are Scientists’ third full length, Barabara, opening track Rules Don’t Stop puts an end to my self-indulgent misery. Continue reading