The Who’s fourth American album was an odds and sods release that oddly wasn’t titled Odds & Sods. The band wouldn’t use that album title until 1974, but back in ’68 The […]
If I had to whittle my test pressings down to a single one, this would be it.
I like Frampton. I like picture discs. Sue me.
Here’s one of the all-time great punk rock bootlegs.
The 1994 tribute album Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved marked a turning point in the critical assessment of KISS.
Led Zeppelin only released nine studio albums.
The deeper one gets into collecting, the weirder the records get.
Oh, jazz cats. How you love your pharmaceuticals.
This might be the most important album you’ve never heard.
Here it is: The Sgt. Pepper of bad albums.