You Are At: AllSands Home > Music > Reviews
Bob Dylan has released many albums in his long and legendary musical career. From his early folk recordings through his rock-flavored middle period and back to his latest incarnation as singer songwriter, here are five essential albums for beginning a Dylan collection.
Blood on the Tracks, by Bob Dylan, an artistic and commercial success, but should artists exploit personal tragedies for commercial purposes?
A review of Live's latest album, "The Dolphins Cry." Live is one of the most talented and successful bands on the alternative music scene today.
A review of Metallica's "S&M" album, recorded during their two April 1999 performances with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Comparing Metallica to Led Zepplin
A music review of the female artist Moon Stone.
Nine Inch Nails' "The Fragile" and Korn's "Issues" are reviewed to explain why these two hard rock albums are the best of 1999.
Review of the Smashing Pumpkins "Machina: The Machines of God" album including a short biography of the band focusing on lead singer Billy Corgan.
A dream of a lifetime- i won a trip to los angeles to meet he Boss and his musicians and watch them perform. After the performance which was broadcast live around the world i got to meet the new jersey boss,the rock and roll hall of famer and he kissed me..
A ranking of the ten most important albums in the history of alternative music with a short commentary on each and an unbelievable Peal Jam bias included for no extra charge.
A review of the soundtrack to the James Bond movie "The World is not Enough." The soundtrack features the movie's theme, performed by Grammy-nominated recording artist Garbage.
A list of ten excellent but commercially unsuccesful albums with a commentary on each album and band.