Seriously, his songs are really bad.
Thankfully, T.I.'s collaboration with Fall Out Boy didn't make the album.
Yup, it's just more southern-tinged garage-rock songs about backstage coitus, excitedly crooned by a man with laryngitis.
It's probably too early to say for sure, but this could very well be better than ScarJo's album.
The spin on 'Death Magnetic' is that it's a return to form. We wouldn't go that far.
We're just happy we didn't have to wait until October.
It's not the worst thing in the world.
Whenever these guys get together and play one chord for six minutes, it's hard to complain.
Kellz returns with a new record, which, while still completely insane, does not totally display his typical genius.
We didn't even know it was done yet!
Oberst returns with a pretty great collection of loose, fun, death-obsessed folk ballads.
It sounds like a pretty great album and the worst-ever ad for Scientology.
Apart from the fingernails-down-a-chalkboard lead single, "Everybody Nose," it's actually pretty great.
The continued existence of EMI reportedly depends in large part on whether 'Viva la Vida' sales meet expectations. Uh-oh!
Assuming there's no possible way 'Carter III' can ever live up to rap-nerd expectations, how is it? Totally awesome!
What's it sound like? Pretty much exactly like their last three (i.e., terrific with a beer or five).
We hope you like the single, because there's not much else here.
Yep, it's that bad.
For her eleventh album, she worked with Pharrell, Timbaland, and Justin Timberlake, three guys that everyone's sick of. The results? Not bad!
It's not that the songs aren't funny — it's just that they're all old.
Mariah Carey's last album was hailed by critics as a minor comeback after it succeeded in being marginally less terrible than her previous two albums. Sadly, this one isn't quite that good.
We weren't crazy about the Raconteurs' last album, and, well, we're not all that crazy about this one either.
We like it — but could it have been better?
Like all latter-day Snoop Dogg albums, Ego Trippin is half-loaded with interminable filler. But how's the other half? Not too bad!