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Posted at 09:57 AM ET, 12/06/2011

Album reviews: The Roots, Amy Winehouse, T-Pain and the Black Keys


The Roots’ new concept album is a winner. (Ben Watts/Universal Music Group)
In today’s Washington Post, Chris Richards writes that the Roots’ new concept album “undun” is the band’s most adventurous outing since 1999’s “Things Fall Apart”: “But where that millennial triumph folded hip-hop into new shapes like so much origami paper, “un­dun” patiently allows itself to spread in every direction, the way water spills across a tabletop.” Read the review here.


And for this week’s Quick Spins, Allison Stewart sorts through the posthumous Amy Winehouse disc, Sarah Godfrey finds similarities between T-Pain and the Beatles and Timothy Bracy calls the latest Black Keys album “consistently exhilerating.”

By Click Track  |  09:57 AM ET, 12/06/2011

Categories:  Album reviews | Tags:  The Roots, T-Pain, Amy Winehouse, The Black Keys

 
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