'As You Were' is the best of the three albums Liam Gallagher has released since the breakup of Oasis.
Queens of the Stone Age's 'Villains' constantly switches directions, pushing them further into new levels of sophistication, weirdness and sincerity.
Sparks' 25th album continues their tradition of experimental and witty pop.
Paul Weller's 13th solo album, 'A Kind Revolution,' shows that he never stays in one place too long to get bogged down.
Blondie's new album nods to its past, but keeps its eyes on the present and future.
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor 'Whiteout Conditions' can halt the power pop of Vancouver rockers the New Pornographers.
Spoon’s second album co-produced by Dave Fridmann is the band’s greatest sonic shift, getting bold and funky, spacey and jazzy, with synthesizers and saxophones.
From heartache to an '80s-drenched sound, 'Prisoner' is Ryan Adams at his best and most honest.
On their new album, the Flaming Lips scale some heavy subjects (mortality, relationships, suicide) via a childlike fantasy world rife with unicorns and wizards.
Lydia Loveless is stuck somewhere between bratty adolescence and world-weary cynic.