Once upon a time, “browsing Amazon” meant thumbing through the Sears catalog.
The Police’s “Badge” discs are on my vinyl grail list.
Why own a bootleg copy of part of The Concert For Bangladesh? That’s a fair question.
For my money, “Modern Love” is the greatest hit of Bowie’s eighties pop era.
The legend of The Rocky Horror Picture Show loomed large when I was 11 or 12.
You claim to be a Red Hot Chili Peppers fan, but you don’t own Squeezed, the debut EP from What Is This? I don’t even know who you are anymore.
Quick, connect The Night They Raided Minsky’s to Molly Hatchet. I’ll give you a hint: The answer in no way involves Kevin Bacon.
The Monkees took “Daydream Believer” to number one in December 1967, a couple of years before
I’m not sure whether this is the coolest thing I’ve ever purchased for a buck at a flea market, but it’s definitely in the top two or three.
Some of my earliest musical memories involve cereal boxes.