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John Stubley

John Stubley
John Stubley is a part-time Associate Professor of English, and full-time repository for pointless trivia. Holding rather worthless degrees in Media and Popular Culture, and 18th Century English Literature, he now fills his time by spouting forth opinions on everything that may conceivably be referred to as Pop Culture to anyone who will listen, and many who won't.

The 10 Best Albums of 2013

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As 2013 draws to a close, and in the list-fueled spirit of the season, here is a brief run-down of my personal picks for 10 best albums from the last twelve months. Feel free to congratulate me upon the fine taste demonstrated in the following selections.

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Lady Gaga – ARTPOP | Review

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Musically, "ARTPOP" drags the listener to the dance-floor and rarely lets up. But if Lady Gaga truly has something interesting to say about the issues she plays with, and I believe that she does, then she needs to stop worrying so much about hit singles and think about how best to get her message across through her lyrics.

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Cat Power – Sun │Review

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'Sun' is the product of a remarkable talent who has experienced much that life has to offer, for better and worse, and has come through the other side with an awareness of where she has been, a renewed sense of where she is and, perhaps more importantly, where she goes from here.

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