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Album Of The Week: “A Charlie Brown Christmas”

First and foremost — Happy Holiday’s — from our Slacker family to yours. This week we’ve decided to take a cue from Charlie Brown, and focus on what Christmas is all about. We are talking, of course, about the 1965 soundtrack to A Charlie Brown Christmas. Vince Guaraldi’s masterpiece features compositions that will both make […]

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Album Of The Week: Kelly Clarkson “Wrapped In Red”

Kelly Clarkson has sold 20 million albums and won three Grammys since winning the first season of “American Idol” eleven years ago. Her sixth album “Wrapped In Red” came out in November, it’s her first foray into Christmas music, featuring both covers of holiday classics and originals. Listen as much as you want to “Wrapped […]

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Album Of The Week: Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold”

Jake Owen has released his follow up to 2011’s massive “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” and he’s poised to have his biggest year yet! “Days Of Gold” features the good time party songs we’ve come to expect like the title track and “Beachin,” along with more introspective tracks like “What We Ain’t Got.” He’s a new […]

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Slacker Album Of The Week: “Britney Jean” from Britney Spears

Britney Spears released her 8th album this week; “Britney Jean” is her first album since 2011, and it’s likely to provide some of the material for her upcoming 2-year Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood. For the next two years, you’ll only be able to see her live in Vegas, but you can hear all of […]

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Eminem’s Album of the Week

Eminem recreates the nostalgia of his 2000 Grammy-winning album, “The Marshall Mathers LP,” with a new, 16-track collection that features guest vocals by Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar and many more. Listen to the hip hop mogul’s “MMLP 2,” Slacker’s Album of the Week, on demand all week long here.

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Album of the Week: Katy Perry’s “Prism”

Katy Perry digs deep on “Prism,” her third studio album that draws inspiration from everything from Swedish dance music to her painful divorce. The project shows a more mature side of Katy with its emotive ballads, but also reflects what made her a superstar with its catchy pop numbers. Take a listen and see if […]

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