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Sean Panting | Man of the Year

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Veteran rocker colours inside the lines instead of turning it up to 11

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The Muppets

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Frog/pig love has never felt so right.

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Sherry Ryan | Sister of Mine

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Sherry Ryan’s Sister of Mine is a record to fall asleep to at the cabin. The eleven songs on Ryan’s third album, clocking in at a fairly short half hour, have an old-timey gospel-country feel to them, painting pictures of loneliness and resilience in digestible fragments. “Blue Ridge Mountains,” the opening track, is a good indication of the structure of the album as a whole, with a real care for nostalgic details (“At night, you hear the rivers / They run like buffaloes”), and the moody temperament of drawling country singers – you know, before they wore ripped-up jeans and were just rock stars in disguise. Sister of Mine harkens to the country and western genres of the sixties and seventies, a stripped-down channelling of Patsy Cline or Connie Smith, telling stories over steel guitar wails and piano melodies. Sister of Mine isn’t for everyone, and it’s not an upbeat…

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J. Edgar

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The definitive mediocre film of 2011.

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The Thing

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This “Thing” is terrible.

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Ryan Adams | Ashes and Fire

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Ashes and Fire isn’t going to be Mr. Adams’ best work. But it’s him, right now.

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Warrior

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It’s actually good. Seriously. It is.

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