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  • Glee: the music presents glease

    Glee: the music presents glease

    Format:   Music
    Publisher:   Columbia Records... (2012, Jan 1st).

    Glee: The Music Presents Glease showcases the cast of Glee's distinctive style as they take on unforgettable hits from Grease, such as Hopelessly Devoted to You; You're the One That I Want; Greased Lightning; and more. In addition to the Glee cast favorites, the release also features this season's newcomers, as well as special guest Kate Hudson. more

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  • Sinners like me

    Sinners like me

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Eric Church, singer.; Merle Haggard
    Format:   Music
    Publisher:   Capitol Records Nashville... (2006, Jan 1st).

    1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. more

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  • Reflections : a retrospective

    Reflections : a retrospective

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Mary J Blige; John Legend; Wyclef Jean; Method Man.
    Format:   Music
    Publisher:    (2000, Jan 1st).

    The queen of hip-hop soul releases her first greatest hits album, featuring music from all of her albums including What's the 411? and The Breakthrough. more

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  • Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing

    Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Keith Urban
    Format:   Audio CD
    Publisher:   Liberty (2006, Nov 7th).

    It's tempting to read these songs--many about hope in the face of potential heartbreak--as an adjunct to Keith Urban's own tabloid-fodder life, which lately reads "ex-junkie country star marries Nicole Kidman, enters rehab." But his three previous albums have similar dark undertones. That would also be an underestimation of Urban's creative powers, which are broad enough to balance assembly-line Nashville pop with emotionally fine-tuned artistry. Breezy rockers like "Faster Car," sweet hooky ballads like "Shine," and readymade big-chorus hits like "Once in a Lifetime" rub elbows with more complex numbers like "I Can't Stop Loving You"--an essay about sad courage that starts with an acoustic guitar and adds instrumental textures as it unfolds--and "Stupid Boy," a tale of loss and self-discovery. more

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