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Ian Whitcomb

You Turn Me On!/Mod, Mod Music Hall

April 22, 1997

British Invasion

Ian Whitcomb was briefly a rock star after scoring a Top Ten hit with 1965's engagingly silly "You Turn Me On," before he devoted most of his career to documenting ragtime, vaudeville, and music hall tunes of the past. This two-fer reissue of his first two albums captures both sides of his musical persona, and it's a fun introduction of one of the most unusual one-hit-wonders of the 1960s.

- Mark Deming

Lindsey Buckingham

Go Insane

July, 1984

Contemporary Pop/Rock

A wild ride of vivid, nervy pop, Lindsey Buckingham's second solo outing could almost be seen as a lab demonstration for the then-cutting edge Fairlight CMI synthesizer; its kooky sounds and samples are liberally slathered across nearly every track. But, for those who love his intensity, the sound of Linsdey being Lindsey in a lab sells itself.

- Timothy Monger