2002's Title TK picked up pretty much where 1993's Last Splash left off, and their brand-new, just-leaked fourth album finds the Deal sisters more or less in the same place.
It wasn't inconceivable that Lenny Kravitz could've surprised here us with a decent album — he'd gone four records without having a single idea, and we figured he might be due. Sadly, no.
It's definitely too early in the morning to effectively judge the merits of a new Mars Volta record, but suffice to say that anyone who's still interested in these guys probably knows what he's in for.
Like all great recent Malkmus songs, the ones here sound like they were written between bong hits during the UFO ride to the recording studio.
If by some crazy chance you'd like to watch excellent brand-new movies for free in the privacy of your own home while other chumps trek all the way to the theater to pay for them, you're in luck!
A DVD screener for Will Smith's new I Am Legend leaked onto BitTorrent sites last night, causing some to wonder (us, at least) why the heck one ever existed in the first place.
Though Lupe Fiasco's been saying he's going to quit recording soon because he doesn’t have enough to say, the problem with The Cool is that he won't shut up!
Some lucky, benevolent chump who paid $82 for the In Rainbows "discbox" must've received his a little early, since MP3s from the bonus disc hit the BitTorrent sites with a vengeance last night.
Rehab delivers everything we've expect from hip-hop's most dependable absurdist — more psychedelic, coke-addled crime fiction spit relentlessly over horny rewired soul samples.
Touching on typical Wu-Tang subjects like samurais, prostitutes, coke, chess, and comic-book heroes, it’s everything Wu diehards want, and features the group’s eight living emcees (especially Method Man) at their best.
So bad it might give your iPod cancer.
An unqualified, crack-addled success!
A whole week early!
Earlier today we chastised Britney Spears for failing to show up for a recording session with Pharrell Williams, but it turns out she might've had the right idea after all.
It's great! Just kidding!
Chris Carraba's either undergone intensive vocal training or this new record represents a bold leap into the future of pitch-correction technology.
We can't believe it either.
Yep, it's a stinker.
Here at Vulture, we'll pretty much get onboard with anything and everything that Dave Grohl does — he's funny, he's talented, and he's handsome enough to make us forget that the last Foo Fighters single we liked was "Monkey Wrench" ten years ago.
For platinum-smelling, MOR, wussy rock, Blunt's second album is surprisingly not bad.
Sounds pretty great to us. Magic is Springsteen's first album with the E Street Band since 2002, and though it doesn't have The Rising's September 11–y thematic kick, the songs are just as solid.
Chamillionaire's 2005 hit "Ridin'" became the first song in history to sell 3 million ringtones, and his just-leaked second solo album probably has enough hooks (most of them sung by Cham himself) to move at least a million more.
Of the two major hip-hop releases that leaked today, Curtis is — as expected — the lesser album.
Now that we've heard his album, we're even more disappointed in Kanye for not taking a more active role in his beef with 50 Cent.
No, bearded metalhead Rob Zombie has not seen the leaked version of his Halloween remake, which popped up on BitTorrent sites early this morning. But he assures us — well, "pretty-sure"s us — that it’s a really, really old unfinished version of the film (the finished product hits theaters on Friday).