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Morning Musume – Platinum 9

I am no big fan of Morning Musume albums. They are, for the most part, filled with the released singles and some filler songs that probably were meant to be singles, but didn’t make the cut.

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Leehom Wang – Heartbeat

On Heartbeat, LeeHom continues his departure from R&B and Hip-Hop sounds and plays more with rocking electric guitars and a Rock&Roll flare.

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YAM – Issue 002

Happy V-day! ~ not that I celebrate or anything, that’s why I bring you a non-Valentine YAM issue. Our second issue, in fact! We’ve kept styles, and we’ve changed a bit of content this time around. More reviews, NO news whatsoever…

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Battlestar Galactica – Season 4

Battlestar Galactica is yet another example of lack of originality in Hollywood these days. A re-imagined series of original 1980’s Battlestar Galactica, it is now in its fourth and final season. Though different from its parent series, it has been able to redefine the sci-fi genre and give us a remarkable show, defined by the intensity of its characters.

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Fabulosos Cadillacs, Los – La Luz del Ritmo

After a seven-year hiatus, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs are back with La Luz del Ritmo (The Light of Rhythm), which includes five new tracks, six newly arranged old Cadillacs songs, and two covers (including The Clash’s Should I Stay or Should I Go).

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Coraline + Other Horrorific Films

Coraline is just another example of the line of great blends between fantasy and horror films. They have it all, art direction, music, a bizarre story, unique characters… they all mix together and seemingly create a brand new world bordering on real life and an alternate world where everything might be possible.

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United States of Tara – Season 1

Tara is a wife, a mother of two, and a mural artist. She also has Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D.), so sometimes she can be T, other times she can be Buck, or sometimes she can be Alice.

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Big Bang – Number 1

Big Bang’s first Japanese release, Number 1, consists of 12 tracks, including the group’s first two Japanese mini-albums and songs from their third Korean mini-album.

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Melinda Doolittle – Coming Back to You

American Idol alumni, Melinda Doolittle, is most improved as she releases her debut album titled Coming Back to You, going back to old school R&B and Soul sounds and flare that could remind you of Tina Turner, a lot of Motown.

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Tokyo! (2008)

Generally speaking, the trilogy of stories that is the movie Tokyo! could have been much shorter and would have been more successful as 10 or 15-minute shorts rather than a single movie.