10-in-10 Reviews



Each Friday, we bring you 10 random CD reviews done in 10 words each:

Glasvegas Glasvegas — UK-based rockers bury vocals to give a bigger sound.

The Gourds Haymaker! — Decent rock-tinged country music with a spash of quirkiness. (At the Visulite on Jan. 22)

Martha Wainwright I Know You’re Married But I’ve Got Feelings Too — A different kind of folk music that leans toward pop.

Trapt Only Through the Pain — Generic hard rock that’s tailor-made for radio-friendly hits.

Kate Campbell Save the Day — Folkie’s short-story style is sometimes inspired by literary notables.

Nancy Cassidy Runaway Train — Deep vocals first thing noticed on album of country folk.

Seth Walker Leap of Faith — Roots rocker gets a fun, sometimes old-school, groove going.

Miley Cyrus Breakout — Overrated teen sensation doesn’t get any less annoying with age.

The Game LAX — Lots of guest appearances — rap albums are all sounding similar.

Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials Full Tilt — Chicago blues band has a Southern-fried, quick-hit style.

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