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6 items by Deborah Frost

  • PJ Harvey: Primed and Ticking

    PJ Harvey: Primed and Ticking | ARTICLE

    Polly Jean Harvey is positively giddy – all 90-odd black-knit-clad pounds quivering like proverbial jelly. Rita Coolidge's signed menu, hanging directly above the...

    August 19, 1993 10:25 AM ET
  • Fate of Nations

    Fate of Nations | ALBUM REVIEW

    Robert Plant, who scored most of his major points in Led Zeppelin by unbuttoning his shirt and squealing ooooh at appropriate junctures, sounds on his sixth solo album, Fate of Nations, as if he's searching for more...

    July 8, 1993 12:00 AM ET
  • Permanent Vacation

    Permanent Vacation | ALBUM REVIEW

    Although Aerosmith was slagged for nearly two decades as sloppy Stones seconds, the band was finally given hip vindication last year by Run-D.M.C. And what the critics don't know, the little boys understand — Aerosmith is probably...

    October 22, 1987 12:00 AM ET
  • Behind The Sun

    Behind The Sun | ALBUM REVIEW

    Nobody ever said it was easy being God. Nobody ever said it was a gig Eric Clapton even asked for. The man has spent most of his career trying to deny both the implications of the graffiti...

    April 11, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Perfect Strangers

    Perfect Strangers | ALBUM REVIEW

    The title track comes blasting out of nowhere, like an I'm-alive-and-well message from an old friend you'd given up for dead. With its steamy vocal and genuine, if uncharacteristic, touches of wit throbbing above Deep Purple's heavy...

    February 28, 1985 12:00 AM ET
  • Escape

    Escape | ALBUM REVIEW

    "Who's Crying Now," the hit single off Journey's hit LP, isn't super hip, super deep or even real, real hooky. But it does sound good. What I'm talking about is the way the song's soft, soapy bass...

    October 29, 1981 12:00 AM ET
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