Greatest hits compilations are odd birds.
Fronted by diminutive twin sisters Emily and Susan Hsu, Exit Clov formed, as so many groups do, from the wreckage of previous bands.
Sparks is little known outside its circle of devotees, who are die-harder than Bruce Willis.
Any group that’s hung around for three decades with the same exact line-up deserves respect.
Where is the authentic Japanese music on this soundtrack?
Damn if instrumental post-rock groups don’t have the goofiest album titles in the business.
While Extras doesn’t follow the documentary format of The Office, Merchant and Gervais do rip themselves off a bit.
What if Mozart and Haydn had joined forces to compose a symphony?
Supernatural’s shortcomings could have been mitigated were its plotlines authentically scary.
Mercifully, with so much going on in the script, the series takes a decidedly simpler tack with its visuals.
Newcomers looking for a solid indie-pop record would be better served picking up Death Cab’s last album.