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  • The album itself was fairly forgettable (outside of the peppy stepper “It's Too Late To Change The Time”), save for the disc's final song — which on LPs in those days meant it was a throwaway.

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  • In one of the minidocumentaries that constitute the disc's special features, Saul Bass talks about how he designed the multiple screens and helped the director differentiate one race from another.

    'The Help': '60s Racism in Black and White

  • Unfortunately, the track is a harbinger: Over the disc's 45 minutes, Kids rarely do anything distinctive.

    Album review of Cold War Kids' 'Mine Is Yours'

  • The album itself was fairly forgettable (outside of the peppy stepper “It's Too Late To Change The Time”), save for the disc's final song — which on LPs in those days meant it was a throwaway.

    The Curious Case Of Michael Joseph Jackson

  • Lead singer John Thornley, who founded the band with guitarist brother Paul, has a post-rock voice that buoys the disc's heavier songs but also adds to its air of dislocation.

    U.S. Royalty's new album sounds familiar, somehow

  • Unfortunately, the track is a harbinger: Over the disc's 45 minutes, Kids rarely do anything distinctive.

    Album review: Cold War Kids, "Mine Is Yours"

  • As always, Stephen Perkins proves to be one of rock's great drummers, and his interplay with Mr. Navarro, his high-school marching-band buddy, is one of the disc's savory treats.

    Breaking Old Habits

  • The disc's menu gives only one option: Play Movie.

    Amazon DVD on-demand service scratches a niche

  • Harvey recently traded her elderly bluesman growl for a baby-doll falsetto, and the juxtaposition between her newly girly voice and the disc's preoccupation with death and decay Soldiers fell like lumps of meat/. . .

    Album review: PJ Harvey, "Let England Shake"

  • Lead singer John Thornley, who founded the band with guitarist brother Paul, has a post-rock voice that buoys the disc's heavier songs but also adds to its air of dislocation.

    Album review: U.S. Royalty, "Mirrors"

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