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Nic Nassuet - Eleutherios
Review by Gary Hill
Folk music, progressive rock and much more is on display here.

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Tony Natale - The Camden Promise
Review by Gary Hill
Have you ever fantasized about going back in time? This album might make you feel like you've done that.

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Nazareth - Boogaloo
Review by Gary Hill
In the `70`s Nazareth were one of the premier bands in the field of fun, solid rock and roll music. As time wore on, they seemed to struggle in trying to redefine their sound.
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Nazareth - Rock 'n' Roll Telephone
Review by Gary Hill
This album might be the swan song for Dan McCafferty in terms of his work with Nazareth.

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Kenny Neal - Bloodline
Review by Gary Hill
This is probably the best blues album I've heard in a while.

           


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Kenny Neal - I'll Be Home for Christmas
Review by Gary Hill
This blues holiday album is great stuff. I have to say that it was actually released last year.

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Necro - Prefix For Death
Review by Gary Hill
There are certainly two sides to be looked at on this CD, the music and the lyrics.
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Nehedar - The Warming House
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite an intriguing (if a bit uneven) disc.

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Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price - Big Hits Live From the Last of the Breed Tour Live
Review by Gary Hill
This live album features performances with each member of the group taking turns as singer. It’s literally a collection of hits performed live.

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Neon Alley - Neon Alley
Review by Gary Hill
If you like your rock with a classic sound, you'll be interested in this. It you enjoy music that's not particularly challenging or original, but just plain catchy, you'll like this.


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Nervous Germans - From Prussia with Love
Review by Gary Hill
This is really quite an interesting set. There’s a lot of variety here.

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New American Shame - New American Shame
Review by Brian Angotti
Just when you thought party rock was dead, New American Shame emerges from the grunge capital, Seattle.
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New Model Army - Between Wine and Blood
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve never heard of this act before, but apparently they have quite a bit of music out there.

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Curtis Newart - Rock the Chandeliers
Review by Gary Hill

There is some entertaining music here. Nothing really fails, but this set is very uneven.


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Beth Nielsen Chapman - Look
Review by Steve Alspach
Well, man cannot live on prog rock alone. Believe me, I've tried.
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Night Club - Black Leather Heart
Review by Gary Hill
This EP is a dance music set. The vocals seem to be a little over-processed for my tastes. 

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Night Herons - Relevant Noise
Review by Gary Hill

The mix of glam rock, punk and more here is nothing exceptionally unique. These guys just do a great job of making this sound work.


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Night Marcher - Modern Maze
Review by Gary Hill
Overall this lands in the territory of alternative rock.

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William Night - Live from the Second Floor Part 1
Review by Gary Hill
This isn’t a live disc at all. That’s a bit confusing, but also kind of a cool little twist on the title scenario.

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Nine Beats Collective - Nine Beats to the Bar
Review by Gary Hill

The "Nine Beats" in the title and the name the project refer to the Biblical Beatitudes. Exploration of those is the concept of this album.


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NMercer - Crossroads EP
Review by Gary Hill
This four track EP is quite intriguing.

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No Carrier - Confession EP
Review by Gary Hill
This is an electronic music EP and most of it is quite strong.

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No Doubt - No Doubt
Review by Gary Hill
Although a lot of the material on this disc stays in one area (ska), the band, and album, is far from a one trick pony.
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No Doubt - Rock Steady
Review by Latasha Moree
No Doubt sheds previous perfection in favor of carefree fun.
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Ben Noble - Whiskey Priest
Review by Gary Hill

I very nearly put this release under the progressive rock heading. It has some songs that definitely fit within the modern folk meets psychedelic zone of that sound.


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Nocturnal Animals - Dark Lit Places
Review by Gary Hill

I like this EP a lot. Given that it draws heavily on Green Day-like emo, that says a lot because I don't really like that type of music.


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Nocturnal Animals - Writing on the Walls
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed the previous EP from these guys and liked it quite a bit. I'd say if anything that this one is stronger.


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Claudia Norris - Shine
Review by Gary Hill
This four song EP is entertaining.

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Claudia Norris - Nashville Songwriting Sessions
Review by Gary Hill

I reviewed another set from this artist in the past. This new release finds her continuing her musical adventures with five tracks that fit within the general heading of "pop rock" music.


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Norwood - Notes to My Blood
Review by Gary Hill
There is a subset of alternative rock that is constructed out of large helpings of roots music. This album fits under that heading.

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Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity
Review by Gary Hill
Recorded live in Detroit on New Years Eve 2000-2001, this is all out gonzo Nugent. There is no great risk being taken here with much of this material being straight up classic Ted.
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Gary Numan - Pure
Review by Gary Hill
Gary Numan pretty much embodied the ‘80’s moody electronic branch of what at the time was called “new wave”. From his incredibly original band Tube Way Army to his solo career and its quirky hits, Numan represented the quintessential cool European techno-popper of that decade.
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Zoƫ Nutt - Like You
Review by Gary Hill
Comparisons to Fiona Apple would be appropriate here. This is a very strong release. 

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NYDTyson - If You're So Smart, Why Are You So Sad?
Review by Gary Hill

This band has a very diverse sound. They go from grunge and punk to alternative rock with jazzy elements to progressive rock and more.


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