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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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 […]
Pearl Jam proves its 23-year secret to longevity with “Lightning Bolt,” the Seattle-based rock legends’ tenth studio album. The collection is reminiscent of what fans love about classic Pearl Jam, with its contemplative lyrics and unique, grunge-rock style. The album is Pearl Jam at their best. Listen to “Lightning Bolt,” Slacker’s Album of the Week, […]
You’ve likely made up your mind about Miley Cyrus’ recent, controversial behavior, but how about her music? Does her new album, “Bangerz,” have the same devil-may-care attitude and risqué demeanor? How does it rate artistically in your opinion? Listen to the 20-year-old singer’s fourth studio effort track-by-track to judge for yourself. Listen to the entire […]
Country superstar Keith Urban is back with his first new set of tunes in three years, “Fuse,” Slacker’s Album of the Week. While his seventh studio album is quite different from anything else in his catalog, it’s still unmistakably Urban, with its masterful guitar solos and upbeat grooves as well as notable guests, such as […]
Avenged Sevenfold is following their chart-topping, 2010 album, “Nightmare” with more of an ode to classic metal this time around. The hard-rocking metal band is back with their sixth studio album, “Hail to the King,” which is more reminiscent of old-school Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Listen on-demand to each track on “Hail to the […]