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  • James, YummyYummy
    James, 2024
    • Britpop
    • Pop Rock
  • Maggie Rogers, Don't Forget MeDon't Forget Me
    • Folk Rock
    • Pop Rock
    • Country Pop
  • Eagles, To the Limit: The Essential CollectionTo the Limit: The Essential Collection
    Eagles, 2024
    • Pop Rock
    • Soft Rock
    • Country Rock
  • Sheryl Crow, EvolutionEvolution
    • Pop Rock
  • The Reds, Pinks & Purples, Unwishing WellUnwishing Well
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Jangle Pop
  • Adele, 2525
    Adele, 2015
    • Pop Soul
    • Adult Contemporary
    • Piano Rock
  • Coldplay, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (Japan)Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (Japan)
    Viva La Vida is a result of a fruitful collaboration of Coldplay and producer Brian Eno, an example of how the sounding of a band can be given a new tint with the help of almost unnoticeable strokes leaving the basic palette practically unchanged
    Coldplay, 2008
    • Britpop
    • Piano Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • Kings of Leon, Only by the NightOnly by the Night
    The US indie-rock band Kings Of Leon issued the fourth disc Only By The Night. With the more polished sound, they presented to the public the collection of excellent tracks with the stylish Southern rock slant
    • Indie Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • Katy Perry, One of the BoysOne of the Boys
    Katy Perry reminds of both Alanis Morissette and Gwen Stefani with the manner of performance and this is far from all the interesting moments on One Of The Boys so there surely will be nobody disappointed with the beginning star's work
    • Teen Pop
    • Dance-Pop
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Garbage, Bleed Like Me (Deluxe Edition)Bleed Like Me (Deluxe Edition)
    Garbage, 2024
    • Post-Grunge
    • Indie Rock
    • Pop Rock
  • Ed Sheeran, XX
    • Dance-Pop
    • Folk Pop
  • Snow Patrol, Eyes OpenEyes Open
    Following world conquering touring schedules and the recruitment of a new bassist and keyboardist, Snow Patrol return with new album Eyes Open, a sprawling and epic rock masterpiece with deeper, more mature sound from the Glaswegian band
    • Indie Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • Andy Fairweather Low, La Booga RoogaLa Booga Rooga
    • Pop Rock
    • Soft Rock
  • Jane Weaver, Love in Constant SpectacleLove in Constant Spectacle
    • Psychedelic Pop
    • Indie Pop
  • Arrows, First HitFirst Hit
    Arrows, 1976
    • Glam Rock
    • Soft Rock
  • Taylor Swift, 19891989
    • Dance-Pop
    • Electropop
    • Pop Rock
  • Ed Sheeran, DivideDivide
    • Folk Rock
    • Dance Pop
    • Pop Rock
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stadium ArcadiumStadium Arcadium
    Leaving behind the boyish tomfoolery of old for tasteful musicianship and a gloss of studio sheen, on Stadium Arcadium Red Hot Chili Peppers turn in more of the effortlessly slick songwriting they presented on their last couple of albums
    • Alternative
    • Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • P!nk, FunhouseFunhouse
    Pink's ballads have probably never sounded so soulful and sincere as on her fifth album Funhouse, and their contrast with more positive mid-tempo compositions has never been so striking
    P!nk, 2008
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Coldplay, Mylo XylotoMylo Xyloto
    On their fifth album, Mylo Xyloto, Coldplay keep seeking the new horizons of their style and offer a wide range of music entertainments
    Coldplay, 2011
    • Dream Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Nickelback, All the Right ReasonsAll the Right Reasons
    On the heels of the release of big hit single Photograph, Canadian band Nickelback deliver a strong, commercial album that sticks close to straightforward rock. All the Right Reasons is easily their most effective and fluid collection of songs yet
    • Post-Grunge
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • Linkin Park, Minutes to MidnightMinutes to Midnight
    Linkin Park release studio albums not that often. But each of them became an integral part of modern mainstream. And Minute To Midnight continues this good tradition. Speaking briefly, this is a powerful, fresh and simply first class record
    • Pop/Rock
  • The Beatles, Now And ThenNow And Then
    • Baroque Pop
    • Piano Rock
  • The Killers, Day & AgeDay & Age
    The US pop rock band The Killers recorded the third studio attempt Day & Age. One can speak about this tuneful disc for a long time, but one thing is obvious - Day & Age is the best band’s work for now
    • Indie Pop
    • Pop/Rock
    • Synth Pop
  • fun., Some NightsSome Nights
    Fun. have decently carried on their mission as they bring a higher quality sound and a more dibverse material on their sophomore album some Nights
    fun., 2012
    • Indie Pop
    • Chamber Pop
    • Power Pop
  • Maroon 5, OverexposedOverexposed
    Americans Maroon 5 are confidently heading towards topped charts and conquered radio and TV. Their new work, Overexposed, is executed by all rule of golden pop records industry
    Maroon 5, 2012
    • Pop/Rock
  • Andy Fairweather Low, Spider JivingSpider Jiving
    • Pop Rock
    • Soft Rock
  • The Killers, Sam's TownSam's Town
    Having preserved outstanding vocals and flawless instrumental background The Killers has improved its arrangements and worked on the structure of the album quite carefully. Music on Sam's Town reminds the rock of the 1980s
    • Symphonic Rock
    • Indie Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • P!nk, I'm Not DeadI'm Not Dead
    I'm Not Dead is one of the finest mainstream pop albums by an established artist to be released in recent years. Every song is artistically mature, engaging, and polished. Above all, this album is pure Pink: rebellious and beautiful
    P!nk, 2006
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Muse, The ResistanceThe Resistance
    The slight portion of experiment and a real surprise at the end – these are only a part of Muse's stunning fifth record The Resistance advantages. Partially the album reminds of its predecessor, but on the whole it is an utterly unique work
    Muse, 2009
    • Symphonic Rock
    • Progressive Rock
    • Symphonic Prog
    • Pop/Rock
  • Coldplay, A Head Full Of DreamsA Head Full Of Dreams
    Coldplay, 2015
    • Britpop
    • Pop Rock
  • Pernice Brothers, Who Will You BelieveWho Will You Believe
    • Indie Pop
    • Power Pop
  • Maroon 5, It Won't Be Soon Before LongIt Won't Be Soon Before Long
    Maroon 5's fans must have lost all hopes to hear something new from this band. But they are back at last with their huge and strong indeed second album It Won't Be Soon Before Long, which justifies all expectations and suppositions
    Maroon 5, 2007
    • Pop/Rock
  • Muse, Black Holes and RevelationsBlack Holes and Revelations
    There is no doubt Muse’s fourth creation Black Holes And Revelations leaves all the others far behind. The UK trio has now turned to such topics as conspiracies, injustice and futility of war and above all this a hope for the eternal love.
    Muse, 2006
    • Progressive Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • Jason Mraz, We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.
    On his third creation We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things Jason Mraz has allowed himself to go a little bit deeper into his own feelings, thus the greater part of the record consists of ballads full of reflections
    • Pop/Rock
  • MGMT, Oracular SpectacularOracular Spectacular
    Debut album of American duo MGMT is very close to be a perfect record. Oracular Spectacular combines dance motility of pop-rock, synthesized drive and LoFi esthetics at the same time. Everything sounds simple but enormously significant
    MGMT, 2007
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Psychedelic Pop
    • Electropop
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Kelly Clarkson, BreakawayBreakaway
    The winner of Fox TV's first American Idol competition, during the summer of 2002 Kelly Clarkson went from an anonymous talent to a nationally known singer performing for an audience of millions of
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Rihanna, Rated RRated R
    Despite her young age, Rihanna has already released a number of remarkable albums. One of them is the 2009 effort, Rated R, issued in November 2009
    Rihanna, 2009
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Electropop
    • Pop
    • Pop/Rock
    • Dubstep