Monster plus one more wicked record

By , February 6, 2011 9:43 pm

Monster

R.E.M. pushed the jangle out of the picture with Monster, replacing it with reverberating snaps, crackles, and pops. An album that wraps itself to ’70s glam finery while reaching out to the flannel-clad post-Nirvana throngs, it largely succeeds at demonstrating that these Georgians still know how to rock. The MTV fave “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?” kicks things off on a high note as Peter Buck’s distorted power chords set the tone for the 12-song set. “Strange Currencies” may be alarmingly rem

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Tragic Kingdom

No Doubt’s 1995 release, Tragic Kingdom, brought Southern California’s ska scene to a national stage while elevating the band to star status. An irresistible mix of reggae, punk, and power pop, Tragic Kingdom scored several hits, among them “Spiderwebs,” “Just a Girl,” and “Don’t Speak.” Singer Gwen Stefani’s looks made the group MTV shoo-ins, but her soaring voice is the real star, as evidenced by such songs as “Happy Now?”–a classic you’ll-regret-you-dumped-me anthem that recalls Blondie–and

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