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7 Album Reviews, 140 Characters Each

Posted on 18 August 2009 by Tim

The other day I was thinking about doing a bunch of music reviews while I was knockin’ out some tweets (on Twitter). Then, BLAM! Mash the two…tweet ready album reviews in 140 characters or less. Is it possible? Lets find out.

7 Albums in 140 Characters or Less:

The Cliche Remix LP by Ultraklystron (Karl Olson)

Download Free: RhymeTorrents.org
Media: Ultraklystron on GeekDad/Wired.com
Review (110 characters):
Cliche Remix LP Top nerd artist retools old hits. Awesome party/gaming/dance music. Free to DL but worth cash.

A Good Day by Priscilla Ahn

Download @ Amazon: A Good Day
Media: Album Review on Blogcritics.
Review (105 characters):
Priscilla Ahn delivers pure vocals & skilled guitar that will connect with many listeners. A joy to hear.

The Ecstatic by Mos Def

Download @ Amazon: The Ecstatic
Media: Consequence of Sound gives 4.5 Stars to Mos Def
Review (122 characters):
Ecstatic by Mos Def is lyrical and real like you’d expect. Quiet Dog & The Embassy among the star tracks. Espanol? Got it.

Eye Legacy – Left Eye

Download @ Amazon: Eye Legacy [Explicit]
Media: The Lemur Blog on Eye Legacy
Review (101 characters):
Eye Legacy by Left Eye leaves me asking why? Exploitation? Few decent tracks, nothing groundbreaking.

The Redemption by Brooke Hogan

Download @ Amazon: The Redemption
Media: Salon.com Review
Review ( characters):
Brooke is hot but lacks unique presence in music. Typical sound, potential remains hidden. Delve deeper, girl.

The Bachelor by Patrick Wolf

Download @ Amazon: The Bachelor
Media: Paste Magazine
Review (114 characters):
Patrick Wolf is not my style. The Bachelor is an odd pile of songs with no clear theme. Original but questionable.

Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King by Dave Matthews Band

Download @ Amazon: Big Whiskey And The GrooGrux King
Media: PBPulse on Dave Matthews Band
Review (123 characters):
Dave Matthews Band delivers great material yet again. Shake Me Like a Monkey & Why I Am are faves. Live sound, lots of fun.

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