A Boston-based Chief Culture Writer for The Christian Science Monitor (www.csmonitor.com). Author of "Art of Rush."
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Here's a batch of new album reviews, including my take on AC/DC's riff-tastic "Black Ice," Jenny Lewis's bittersweet "Acid Tongue," Ryan Adams's country-rockin' "Cardinology," and the piano pop of Keane's "Perfect Symmetry."
Best of all: Marillion's "Happiness is the Road," a double album with more diverse elements than the Periodic Table.
Check out its lead single, "Whatever is Wrong With You" for free here.