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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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SICK! chaotic masterpiece

Lauren Thon January 27, 2022

Like many Earl Sweatshirt fans, I have been waiting for a new album for a while now. Earl Sweatshirt has maintained a large fanbase through his music career. His newest album “SICK!” released on January...

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Adele’s ‘30’ will make and break your heart

Sophia Curran-Moore November 17, 2021

When I listened to Adele perform songs from her new album in her One Night Only television special Nov. 14, I was spellbound. Her performance made me want to learn more about her and to listen to her entire...

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Lana Del Rey’s ‘Blue Banisters’ is beautifully somber

Sophia Curran-Moore October 26, 2021

Before listening to her latest album, all I knew about Lana Del Rey was that she is the artist of the hit single “Summertime Sadness.” Her new album blew me away and showed me that there is much more...

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‘KHALED KHALED’ better than expected

Sam Listiak May 25, 2021

Rapper DJ Khaled released the album “KHALED KHALED,” his first album in two years, April 30. This is the 12th album released by the already-established musician. I do not listen to DJ Khaled, however,...

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McCartney album explores new styles

Sam Listiak May 11, 2021

Former Beatles member Paul McCartney released “McCartney III: Reimagined,” his first album since 2020’s “McCartney III,” on April 16, 2021. This album is an expansion on his previous album and...

Pair the recording of Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” with “The Wizard of Oz” starting at the third roar of the MGM lion.

One of rock’s greatest albums syncs a classic movie

Harris Keekley, Writer June 4, 2020

What happens if you take one of rock's most famous albums and pair it with a classic movie like “The Wizard of Oz”, you get a sync that seems almost too accurate to have been accidental. If “The...

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‘Changes’ captures Justin Bieber’s life brilliantly

Isra Mohamed March 4, 2020

When I found out that Justin Bieber announced the date for his new album “Changes,” I was super excited. I hadn’t listened to Bieber in a long time and was curious to see how his music had changed...

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Harry Styles defines sound with ‘Fine Line’

Maddie Schutte December 30, 2019

Harry Styles’ new album “Fine Line” will break your heart and put it back together with its straightforward lyrics and retro pop-rock sound. Styles released the 12 track album Dec. 13 and stunned...

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Post Malone shines during ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ tour

Izzy Kanne October 8, 2019

Post Malone’s third studio album “Hollywood’s Bleeding” was released Sept. 6 with a total of 17 songs.  The album leans more on the melancholic side, with “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” “A...

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Lizzo’s new album delivers new era

Amaia Barajas May 15, 2019

Going into this album I had serious expectations for Lizzo. I love Lizzo and I wanted this album to showcase the talent she possesses. I will say, Lizzo’s major record label debut “Cuz I Love You”...

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“Nothing Happens” displays modern indie-rock

David Bryant April 22, 2019

After a shower of outstanding singles throughout 2017 and a 6-track EP in 2018, Los Angeles indie rock band Wallows pulls through with their debut album “Nothing Happens.” The initial publicity...

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21 Savage evolves sound

Amaia Barajas January 21, 2019

21 Savage’s sophomore album “i am>i was” proves that musicians can stay true to their roots while maturing in their sound. Since releasing his collaborative EP “Savage Mode” with Metro Boomin’...

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