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Recording Review: “Electrify” by Kettering-Fairmont High School's Eleventh Hour

Upon listening to Electrify, it is easy to understand why Kettering-Fairmont High School’s Eleventh Hour was chosen to be the first high school group on NBC’s "The Sing-Off".

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Recording Review: Hyannis Sound's “On The Clock”

I will start this review by stating that if you are interested in a cappella, music, or simply joy in the slightest bit, that you need to order this album immediately.  Then when the first track picks up speed at about thirty seconds in, try not to squeal in excitement like a thirteen year old girl at a Jonas Brothers concert.  Inside of their cleverly designed album cover, you will find a plethora of some of the best arranging, intonation, and soloists that really make you stand up and take notice.

Recording Review: UGA Noteworthy's "That's What She Said"

This month, I've decided to continue my mission to discover the sounds of an all-girl group by taking a look at the nominees of the CARAs. I chose UGA's Noteworthy as my group and their record, "That's What She Said" because of their album title. Aside from being one of the best one liners to ever be used on The Office, my own personal friends have had an intervention for me to stop using that particular joke. So, once I saw the title, I knew I had to get it. It was destiny.

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Recording Review: Firedrill!’s “…Sings Without Music, Vol. II”

The tracklist can be found at http://www.firedrillband.com/music.htm. Let me not mince words: I am conflicted about this album.

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Not The Same

I've been chomping at the bit to hear the Ben Folds album ever since I got a call from his management floating the idea.Holy &#*#@!!! This is perhaps the biggest thing to happen to a cappella since the Do It A Cappella special back in 1991! The potential audience, the potential snowball effect, the immediate cachet within and without the collegiate world... amazing.However, I'm hugely conflicted in how I should listen to this disc, as I wear a variety of hats in the a cappella community. From which perspective should I review the album?How about all?