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Throughout their second album, Another Eternity, Purity Ring lose some of their shine.
Rebel Heart pounds out the case for her legacy. But too many tracks obscure what could have been a solid comeback attempt.
The Oasis co-frontman’s new album too often regresses from being self-referential to the crime of self-plagiarism.