In this week's slate of Rolling Stone reviews, Rob Sheffield hails Sleigh Bells' second album, Reign of Terror, which "flattens you with its cartoonishly over-modulated, into-the-red guitar sound." Also, Jon Dolan says that Gorillaz, Andre 3000 and James Murphy's "DoYaThing" is a "zippy future-freak soul summit," and Jody Rosen dismisses Katy Perry's divorce anthem "Part of Me" as a "predictably effective piece of angsty dance-pop."
Sleigh Bells - Reign of Terror
Sinead O'Connor - How About I Be Me (and You Be You)?
The Chieftains - Voice of Ages
The Move - Live at the Fillmore 1969
Prinzhorn Dance School - Clay Class
Elle Varner - Conversational Lush
Jessie Baylin - Little Spark
Gotye - Making Mirrors
Gorillaz featuring Andre 3000 and James Murphy "DoYaThing"
Santigold "Disparate Youth"
One Direction "What Makes You Beautiful"
Nicki Minaj "Starships"
The Mars Volta "The Malkin Jewel"
The Decemberists "One Engine"
Katy Perry "Part of Me"
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