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CD REVIEWS: Rogue Wave: Permalight

Rogue Wave's fourth album represents something of a comeback. With the death of bassist Evan Farrell in 2007 and frontman Zach Rogue recovering from a recent partially paralyzing neck injury, the band's efforts on Permalight really show them getting through the storm and back to business.
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Cop Out lives up to its title

Kevin Smith's supposed comedy, Cop Out, aims to be a big-budget action movie but falls flat with a potentially talented but ultimately disappointing cast. Combine Smith's lackluster directing efforts with a poor script written by Mark and Robb Cullen and mediocre performances by both Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan, and you have a two-hour long movie that feels more like four, with only a handful of scenes that are laugh-out-loud-worthy.
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CD REVIEWS: Holly Miranda: The Magician’s Private Library

Holly Miranda is better known as the frontwoman for The Jealous Girlfriends, a Brooklyn-based rock band. Now flying solo, the indie-pop newcomer's full-length debut, The Magician's Private Library, shows that she's got a flavour of her own. Produced by Dave Siteck of TV on the Radio, the album was reportedly recorded primarily between 7 p.
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Vancouver rock band Yukon Blonde has more fun

Alphababy really isn't a respectable name for a rock band, especially if you're a good one. Just ask Yukon Blonde, the Vancouver four-piece who played 300 shows as Alphababy from their formation in 2005 until late 2008. "We used to get, 'Are you guys a kink band?'" laughs guitarist/singer Brandon Scott.
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CD REVIEWS: Rebecca Ramone: The Flood

Rebecca Ramone's debut EP, The Flood, doesn't start with a bang. Instead, the opening track features a repeating blues riff beneath Ramone's delicate-yet-strong voice. The song shifts when the blues riff accelerates, hitting a grungy overdrive with thrashing symbols.
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POP RHETORIC: Lost friends

Lost fans, as the title suggests, are lost. These poor people have undergone a metaphorical crash of their usual TV viewing experience and have been abandoned on a virtual island, surrounded by strangers, wondering what will occur next on this jarring roller coaster of a show.
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Dead wives and daydreams test Leo’s sanity in Shutter Island

Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese's new psychological thriller, has dominated the box office since its release on February 19. Grossing a mean $40.2 million, it also marks the illustrious director's most successful opening weekend to date. Though not on par with his best films, Shutter Island reflects Scorsese's genius simply by being meticulously put together, well-cast, and generally captivating - a feat that many films currently in theatres have failed to achieve.
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CD REVIEWS: Jay Malinowski: Bright Lights & Bruises

Jay Malinowski is best known as the singer/lead guitarist for Bedouin Soundclash, but his solo album, Bright Lights & Bruises, shows that he can stand on his own. It conspicuously lacks the reggae feel of Bedouin Soundclash's repertoire, but for non-reggae fans this is all the more reason to give Bright Lights & Bruises a chance.
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We Are The City take on the rest of the country

After recently winning Vancouver's first-ever Peak Performance Project, a contest created by radio station 100.5 The PEAK and Music BC to encourage up-and-coming artists based in British Columbia, We Are The City is humbly starting to realize that what lies ahead for them is going to be a huge departure from their beginnings.
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