October 17, 2003  
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Jonny Lang

Long Time Coming
A&M Records

Jonny Lang's uniqueness, hot image and serene guitar playing add a nice spice to this flavourful new album. With Long Time, Lang has successfully compiled a modern blues album with a hint of the alternative genre.

The album starts and finishes with great songs such as "Give Me Up Again" and "Hide Your Love." Lang's first single, "Red Light," showcases his voice along with his guitar playing.

Lang wrote all the songs and music on this album, a reflection of his original and daring talent. Named one of Newsweek's "100 People Expected To Be Most Influential In The Millennium," Lang seems to have a very bright future ahead of him.

-Arlee Rosenberg

From Autumn To Ashes

The Fiction We Live

Fusing musical styles seems to be a trend that just won't quit, but every once in awhile we find something that reminds us why a trend was started in the first place. Riding this wave of musical fusion is From Autumn to Ashes, a band whose metal/punk mix is more refreshing then a tall glass of water.

From Autumn To Ashes sounds like the offspring of a relationship between Moneen and Poison The Well. The Fiction We Live kicks off with "The After Dinner Payback," a track teeming with extreme power and agility.

With Fiction, From Autumn to Ashes has produced a great album that is worth giving a chance if you like any style of aggressive music.

-Myles DeRosse



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