Album of the Month

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Album of the Month: Nick Drake ‘Five Leaves Left’

CAS celebrates the album that may not have made much of a mark upon its release 45 years ago, but has since become a cult classic due to its quality and timelessness.

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Album of the Month: Manuel Gottsching ‘E2-E4′

How an hour long piece that was not intended for commercial release became a house and techno classic.

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Album of the Month: The Cure ‘Disintegration’

The Cure’s most commercially successful album to date even if the record company called it ‘willfully obscure’.

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Album of the Month: Neil Young ‘Harvest’

How Neil Young’s greatest album was spontaneously recorded in the midst of adversity and how the barn on his ranch became a loudspeaker.

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Album of the Month: Pixies ‘Doolittle’

CAS Presents Pixies’ alternative masterpiece ‘Doolittle’. An album that gained respect from some of rocks biggest heros, and played an integral role in the creation of a genre that defined the 1990′s.

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Album of the Month: Television ‘Marquee Moon’

CAS pays respect to the band that should have received far more recognition at the time of their debut release. Better late than never.

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Album of the Month: Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’

“My intention was to make a funk record, but the jazz influence kept pulling it.” – Herbie Hancock

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Album of the Month: Lou Reed ‘Transformer’

CAS pays tribute to Lou Reed by presenting ‘Tranformer’, his first fully realized solo LP that hosts a body of poignant and timeless songs.

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Album of the Month: Roxy Music ‘Avalon’

Roxy Music leave a moody and cinematic impression with their last studio offering.

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Album of the Month: A Tribe Called Quest ‘Midnight Marauders’

From the “N-Word” to milkshakes, a quick low-down on A Tribe Called Quest’s biggest biscuit.

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