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    • The Rolling Stone Album Guide (2004) writes: "Frank Zappa dabbled in virtually all kinds of music—and, whether guised as a satirical rocker, jazz-rock fusionist, guitar virtuoso, electronics wizard, or orchestral innovator, his eccentric genius was undeniable."Frank Zappa-Wikipedia
    • Ben Sisario gave a negative review of the band's discography in The Rolling Stone Album Guide in 2004, alleging that the group copied Stevie Wonder and finding much of their material to be identical.Jamiroquai-Wikipedia
    • He is also known for his wit offstage, with The Rolling Stone Album Guide calling him the world's most "beloved heavy metal entertainer".Alice Cooper-Wikipedia
    • In The Rolling Stone Album Guide (2004), Mac Randall writes that the album is exceptional, but "a tad overrated" by those critics who tend to overlook how its last 30 minutes comprise "a bunch of instrumental blues jams that nobody listens to more than once".All Things Must Pass-Wikipedia
    • In The Rolling Stone Album Guide, Sheffield describes it as "the music of an overstimulated mind in an exhausted body", showcasing Bowie as he "sashays through some serious emotional wreckage".Low (David Bowie album)-Wikipedia
    • In The Rolling Stone Album Guide (2004), Roni Sarig wrote that, "for sheer breadth, ambition, and musical vision, there's little doubt Speakerboxxx/The Love Below is a classic."Speakerboxxx/The Love Below-Wikipedia

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