Team Shakira and her Ghosts of Battle Rounds Past might make things difficult for Mr. Levine after all.
Exploring the brave new world of ragtime-rap.
Did they take it to go/Tell 'em don't even plate it?
We've spent the day reviewing every track on Lady Antebellum's just-released fourth album. Read all our reviews here!
Lady Antebellum's latest album ends on an unexpectedly lithe, Kenny Chesney-like island vibe.
One of the more straightforward love songs to be found on Lady Antebellum's fourth album.
The go-for-it power ballad of sorts that provides the climax on Lady Antebellum's newest album.
Going back to high school again for this memory of romance from Lady Antebellum's fourth album.
We reach the lovely title track in our track-by-track review of Lady Antebellum's fourth album.
No, it's not a cover of any of those famous "Can't Stand the Rain"s, but it's a nice enough song from Lady Antebellum's latest anyway.
The first half of Lady Antebellum's latest album closes with a ballad that isn't as unpretty as it thinks it is.
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Or she bumped heads with Katy Perry.
We give the Robots' latest opus a song-by-song breakdown, separating the filler from the future dancefloor classics.
An interstellar transmission appropriately closes out Daft Punk's fourth LP.
An unexpectedly awesome collaboration with psychedelic rock hero Panda Bear provides an album highlight.
Steely Dan meets Phoenix on this uncharacteristic Todd Edwards collaboration.
A cinematic end to the second act of "Random Access Memories."
Also, he loves his mom best. Awww....
Lil' Biggie is cute in a biggie way.
A sweeping intro and a familiar bass line, but not much else to this "Random Access Memories" ballad.
The Daft Punk and Pharrell song you already know and love.
Beyonce still wants you to worship her, but she's more polite about it this time.
You have to hear this one to believe it.
The first of Pharrell's two sublime guest appearances on "Random Access Memories."
Julian Casbalancas of the Strokes makes a guest appearance that would've been inconceivable a decade ago.
The Robots get deep with the crooning on this "Random Access Memories" ballad.