"While this album kind of snuck in unnoticed, it showcases some of Alanis' best work to date. It has so many ups and downs you might find yourself exhausted after listening to it, but it is certainly worth the ride. (Download: Straightjacket, Versions of Violence, Not As We, Torch, Tapes, and Incomplete)"
"This album proves Britney deserves to be called "Queen of Pop." Her vocals are strong and the beats are tight. (Download: Grammy-nominated Womanizer, Shattered Glass, Out From Under, Circus, and Unusual You)"
"This album takes 7M3 to new highs. With a sound that's almost completely stripped, the emptiness and heartache is tangible. A great album for a cold day. (Download: Hammer and a Stone, Strangely at Home Here, She Wants Results, Dead Days in The Kitchen, and Was a Ghost)"
"What a creative and ecclectic album. Spanning several genres of music and using almost every instrument (yes, even the kazoo) to enhance the tight vocal harmonies, Tally Hall should have had a HUGE hit on their hands with this album. (Download: Be Born, Greener, The Bidding, Just Apathy)"
"Jaosn Mraz is primarily a lyricist. On this album, however, the instrumentals are actually on par with his stylings. This is a nd probably will be the album he is remembered for. (Download: Make it Mine, I'm Yours, If it Kills Me)"
"I was not a fan of this album upon first listen because of its simplicity, but after giving it a second chance I realized how genius it actually is. (Download: M79, Oxford Comma, and Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa)"
"Pop-punk never sounded so mainstream. It is well-written, catchy and available. It never tries to scratch beyond the surface and that's what makes it fun. (Download: Breakin', Believe, and The Wind Blows)"