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September 3, 2007
Emotionally Rescued

Alicia Keys pours her personal ordeals into a strong, satisfying new batch of pop songs.

September 3, 2007
Fool for the City

Folk-country icon Steve Earle finds a new home.

September 3, 2007
Hair Band, Next Generation

The most remarkable thing about Coheed and Cambria, which this fall will release the terrific third installment of a bizarre quadrilogy about a space rebel, is how oddly moving their music really is.

September 3, 2007
Revenge of the Weirdos?

The decidedly nonconformist Animal Collective takes New York.

September 3, 2007
Anticipation Index

A mathematical breakdown of why we’re excited for...

September 3, 2007
Herbie Digs Joni

The jazz-pop master reimagines Joni Mitchell.

September 3, 2007
The Debutantes

This fall, the best bands making their debuts are an eclectic lot—so eclectic, in fact, that the best way to organize them is not by style, but by temperament.

September 3, 2007
Best of the Rest: Music

Kanye West back on top, the next Mary J. Blige, Sweden’s Elliott Smith, and can Simon Le Bon be saved?

September 3, 2007
The Great Obsessive

Christian Bale tussles with Russell Crowe and loses himself in Bob Dylan.

September 3, 2007
New York Film Festival: A Mini-Preview

If last year’s opening-night choice proved inspired (remember a little thing called The Queen?), this year’s also seems auspicious: Wes Anderson’s brothers-traveling-through-India film, The Darjeeling Limited.

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