Sometimes you buy a record, sometimes you buy a story.
Here’s the King’s last album, released on blue vinyl. Pretty special, huh? Not really.
Here’s a cool 1986 sampler from the legendary SST label.
The first four Van Halen albums are undeniable.
Tower Records founder Russ Solomon died this year. Solomon and Tower were big deals here in my hometown of Sacramento, California. This is where it all began, after all, when young Russ […]
Remember Mary Kay Place?
“If it ain’t Stiff, it ain’t worth a fuck.” It might not be the most famous advertising slogan of all time, but it’s most likely the coolest.
Peroxide on Blonde is a 1980 bootleg of two Blondie shows.
There’s bad and then there’s gloriously bad.
Sheb Wooley might be most famous for his 1958 novelty hit, “Purple People Eater,” but 1963’s Spoofing the Big Ones is the record that holds a treasured place in my stacks.