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The first incarnation of Beverly Hills 90210 featured a 1994 episode that was as rocking as it was weird – the Flaming Lips showed up to play “She Don’t Use Jelly.” Frontman Wayne Coyne admits that their intentions were purely ironic, but the band was easily the coolest music act to appear on the show. In the second incarnation of 90210, the newer cast of spoiled rich kids still incestuously dates and fights, but the music is a bit more varied, witness this more than decent mix of songs. For starters, nouveau garage rockers Jet deliver a song other than “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” — the less catchy but much tougher “One Hipster One Bullit” actually kind of rocks if you ignore the lyrics wherein hipsters make fun of hipsters in a Brooklyn-via-Melbourne-styled hipster denial. Anberlin provide a stylish little ballad in the endearingly melodramatic “A Perfect Tourniquet” and N.E.R.D. team up with Santigold to make for a hit that’s as quirky as it is catchy. But the coolest collaboration here is Adele lending her sultry and soulful inflections to the Raconteurs on a smoky rendition of their “Many Shades of Black.”

Customer Reviews


Very good album from Los Lobos. Wrong review from the geniuses at iTunes, though. (But what's new?)
Peace Out!

Very good

Not a great album, but very good. really not a bad song on it.

Maybe the best R&R album ever!

Great tunes, great lyrics! "One Time, One Night" talks about dreams unanswered, lives snuffed out too soon. "Is This All There Is?" is the most poignant summation of the immigrant experience I have heard. If you buy only songs, buy those. "Shakin Shakin' Shakes" gives you hard rock and roll for those who think social commentary gets in the way. "All I Wanted to do Was Dance" has beautiful harmonies. "Prenda del Alma" tells you where this sound came from. The rest of the Hidalgo/Perez songs show you that poetry, social commentary, and rock and roll are not incompatible. You can feel and think at the same time. If you want raw feeling without so much poetry, the Rosas songs are simple and powerful.


Formed: 1973 in East Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most acclaimed American bands of the 1980s and '90s, Los Lobos were seasoned musical veterans with nearly 15 years of experience under their belts when they scored their first hit in 1987 with a cover of Richie Valens' "La Bamba." Though their time as pop stars was short, the group -- who enjoyed calling themselves "just another band from East L.A." -- won over critics and a legion of loyal fans with their bracing mixture of rock, blues, Tex-Mex, country, R&B, and Mexican folk sounds,...
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