Abel Tesfaye's dark, twisted album is at odds with the glossy pop world he's been thrust into
Jackson, Michael : Cry
His best schmaltzy ballad since, oh, who knows, 'Human Nature'...
could play bar billiards off of him, 'Cry' has everything we've
come not to expect from
Michael Jackson in his last few humbling years.
His best schmaltzy ballad
since, oh, who knows, 'Human Nature', 'Cry'
manages the sappy but absurdly overblown feel only the unassailably massive and
Brett Anderson ever try to achieve. Hubris remains the
identifying trait - the video features a world united in its supplication to Emperor Jacko - but the tune is a corker, and these days, at
least where Michael’s concerned, you've got to take what you
The Cavan teenagers attack album two with abandon, largely at the expense of quality
A still-vital John Lydon rages towards retirement on a saucy, scuzzy new album
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Oxford's finest flit between gnarly rock and frustrating slickness on an often-brilliant fourth album