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  • I'm no expert on all her work, but I do know that Blacklisted is pretty much a masterpiece, full of darkness, beauty and country music whose surface has a healthy layer of dust.

    Oh how I forgot what it's like (Music (For Robots))

  • I'm no expert on all her work, but I do know that Blacklisted is pretty much a masterpiece, full of darkness, beauty and country music whose surface has a healthy layer of dust.

    Music (For Robots): February 2006 Archives

  • Blacklisted from the big studios, he composed for B movies including Cat Women of the Moon and Robot Monster.

    Boing Boing: August 15, 2004 - August 21, 2004 Archives

  • Now comes her third album, "Blacklisted" (Bloodshot Records), an independent release that features original songs as well as a couple standards (like Aretha Franklin's "Running Out of Fools").

    You're Lookin' At Country

  • Your new record, "Blacklisted," has great momentum.

    You're Lookin' At Country

  • And when I was telling him some music I like (he turned me on to an older Neko Case cd last week "Blacklisted". .excellent), he asked me to make him some mixes.

    dulligirl Diary Entry

  • The Mercury first wrote about the NLCEP list last April, when it emerged that 52 percent of those on the then 408-strong list were African American, while African Americans make up six percent of the local population [ "Blacklisted," News, April 24].

    Portland Mercury

  • On her latest album, "Blacklisted," alt-country chanteuse Case hangs vivid lyrical images over spectral guitar lines.

    Salon

  • To get an idea of what I like of her catalogue, listen to my favorites: "Red Tide," "Hold On, Hold On," "Blacklisted," "Things That Scare Me."

    Richard Carrier Blogs

  • As the New Pornographers grew in popularity, so did Case, who made her first full-length Boyfriendless record, "Blacklisted," in 2002; it was her last and best iteration of the countrified middle ground.

    The New Yorker

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