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    Noel Gallagher knows what it is like to be on top of the world. “The Chief” or “The Godlike Genius”, as he is fondly called by the Oasis faithful, is one of the pinnacles of British rock ‘n’ roll. After founding the band Oasis, together he and his brother Liam took over his native isl...
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    Last year, Apple released U2’s new album, “Songs of Innocence” as a free download to over 500 million iTunes users. While fans of the band rejoiced, critics looked at the release as an act of desperation for an aging band trying to stay relevant. The grand release appears to have put a targe...
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    Julian Casablancas doesn’t play by the rules anymore. Upon first listen, his new album “Tyranny” may sound like a mad scientist’s creation. It’s a bizarre, mysterious, outside-the-box barrage of sounds that mix together to form an album like no other. Traditional...
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    The “catfish army” is coming. With the release of their debut album, “The Balcony,” Catfish and The Bottlemen look to become the next big addition to the indie genre. Judging the ‘book’ by its ‘cover,’ so-to-speak, the band seems typical. There they are, just another group of und...
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    Bad Suns are rising. In its debut EP, “Transpose,” the band breaks through the clouds and illuminates its path to relevance. Widely viewed as up-and-coming in the indie scene, Bad Suns shines with exceptional vocals, instrumental diversity, and production. Formed in 2012, the California-ba...
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    Trekking too close to the path of other successful artists is common with inexperienced bands and is often brushed aside as a novice mistake. However, there comes a point when deliberate imitations become intolerable. Rixton’s debut single, “Me and My Broken Heart”, falls under this category....
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    “This is life in color.” Ryan Tedder and members of his band, One Republic, at one time liked to consider themselves genreless, balancing both alternative and pop influences in their music. If this was the case in previous albums, Native takes the band in a completely different direction. In...
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    Miles Kane’s sophomore album, “Don’t Forget Who You Are,” is a mixed bag. On one hand, the CD sounds quite good. The songs are catchy, Kane’s vocals are exceptional, and the production is a step up from his debut album. The nostalgic ’60s sound that he construc...
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    In 1990, British rock was dying. By then, the glory days of the British invasion were long gone. Traditional rock music was wobbling on its last legs and late ྌs American pop and grunge rock were preparing to knock it down once and for all. Popular bands like The Stone Roses and The Smiths went...
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    Bullseye! Throughout their career, The Killers have always hit the mark when it comes to innovative music. A glance at the name would suggest them to be a group that sputters out poorly tasted heavy metal or intense screamo rock, but that is certainly not the case. In truth, the Nevada-based band...
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    Imagine being the most important individual in the world, but later finding that your legacy had been dashed to pieces. If Warren G. Harding were to come back from his dreadful deathbed, this is what he would find. Today, Warren Harding is a forgotten president. It is not a surprise that a president...
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    It was not a dream; Sean didn’t even need to pinch himself to realize that. There simply was nothing left except a fragile little stump. It was so small and peculiar it would almost seem cute and benign to an outsider. However, in Sean’s eyes it looked more like a demon, or a trademark of death ...
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    Eric looked over his shoulder. Stern looking men with navy blue uniforms yelling into phones were everywhere. To his right, Eric saw a menacing beige bank building, fourteen stories high. Wish as he might, there was no way he would be able to climb its oily slick surface. His left side didn’t rais...
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    A long time ago we were all brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, and neighbors. There were no boundaries, no rivalries, and no enemies. Our city of Coniunctus was simply a stream of people and cars, sporadically shifting from one side to the other and back again. There was no official barrier dividi...
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    “Sir, I presume you are aware that a crime has been committed in your establishment this very morning?” Gagh! Ben nearly choked on his lunch. “What are you talking about? I’ve been here since 6:30!” “I am certain that the event that occurred prior to my arrival most certainly was a...
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    Fog hung over the land like a ghost. The trees shamefully slouched in the adamantly firm soil. Icicles hung down like tears from their branches. Crows, like black streaks in the gray, flew low to patrol their barren territory and fed on Beatles. The land was all but dead. A crowd had gathered, bat...
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    Stars floating in the sky, can you please tell my why, I've lost my dream? I crossed the line one day, and then my dream flew away, and I don't know where to find it. Now a fire is burning in my soul, and suddenly I can't control, my life's course. So here I...
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    Keep still, and disregard your inner chill. It'll be alright, just keep strong though this fight. After all, anger is just a feeling, of a broken heart in need of healing. Learn to forget, and let go of your last regret. Learn to forgive, because you've got a long life left ...
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    Californianization. It happens to Brits, too. In the new album, “AM,” lead singer Alex Turner and the Arctic Monkeys have ventured into new territory. They have shifted away from their signature sound – indie rock influenced by British nightlife – instead choosing to experiment with elem...
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    He was lost. That was clear enough to Joshua. He was usually adept at finding his way about in unfamiliar places, but today he seemed to have lost that ability. The world was blue, as blue as the eye of a Siamese cat, and it was only blue. To Joshua, this world and the world before it were nothing b...
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    “Hello my fellow Americans! Today we embark on a new journey, to a new tomorrow, and most importantly, a new America. This is our…” The gunshot echoed through the room as the President fell to the floor. The ambassador to Russia gave out a loud applause, followed by a hardy laugh. Jeremy, chi...
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    “Angles” by The Strokes is a terrific album that shows off the band's creativity like no other. It is their most diverse album to date. The Strokes are often characterized by their distinctive guitar melodies, sizzling vocals, and garage-band roots. In “Angles,” the band pushes toward...
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    Who is Jake Bugg? In America, the name is unknown. To those in the U.K., it's associated with one of the up-and-coming singers of the 21st century. I believe that by giving this album a chance, American listeners will discover an underrated and very satisfying collection of songs. What makes J...
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    Matchbox Twenty's “Exile on Mainstream” is an ­excellent launching pad for any teen who's becoming interested in music. This album is not only a melting pot of style and a hybrid of pop and rock, but also a collection of passionate songs that introduce listeners to the strong emotions mus...
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    Of course, K-State is much too humble to bluntly parade that opinion around the world of college football. They instead prefer the term “Most valuable player.” The flyer that was sent around the country promoting Collin Klein does not show his face, only his bleeding arm and bandage. “Be tough...

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