The Eagle's Tale

‘Ceremonials’ by ‘Florence and the Machine’ sure to inspire

Tessa Johnson, Yearbook Staff

September 18, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

The music album, "Ceremonials,"  by Florence and the Machine, has to be one of the best all-around albums I’ve heard in quite a while. Unlike most albums I buy just because I like two or three songs on it, with "Ceremonials,"...

Swift sweeps album sales with “Red”

Kori Adair, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Taylor Swift’s album “Red”, which was released two weeks ago, was well worth the almost two-year wait. “Red” is Swift’s fourth album, following Sparks Fly, Fearless, and her self-titled album. “Red” sold over...

Blink 182 album ‘Neighborhoods’ worth the wait

Angel Martinez

February 20, 2012

Filed under Music

It’s been six years since the widely known band Blink 182 shelled out a new album. During the band’s breakup Tom Delonge, the lead singer, started a new band called Angels and Airwaves and the other two band members, Mark...

Bruno Mars innovates, entertains with debut “Doo-Wops and Hooligans”

Jacob Flores, Staff Writer

December 7, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Sky rocketing to the top of the charts with stunning vocals and songwriting abilities, Bruno Mars amazes audiences of pop and hip-hop cultures alike. As an already respected songwriter and producer in the music industry, Mars...

Harry Potter soundtracks stand alone

Krista Faucette, Associate Editor

November 23, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

True Harry Potter fans can identify the main theme of the Harry Potter movies easily, some even within the first few seconds. Even those who are not fans of the movies should give the soundtracks a listen. Let’s say that you need...

Ne-Yo takes listener on emotional roller coaster with latest release

Jacob Flores, Staff Writer

November 11, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Ne-Yo, the award winning singer, songwriter and producer released his fourth album"Libra Scale," Sept. 21. The moment I heard the first single, “Beautiful Monster,” I knew that he must have been heading for a very Michael...

Peter Steele dead at 48

Austin Gibson, Associate Editor, Online

April 20, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Type O Negative front man and bassist Peter Steele passed away April 16 at age 48. The cause of death is unknown, but it is believed Steele passed due to what appeared to be heart failure. A statement written by band members...

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