“Never Let Me Down” might be the most inappropriately titled song/album in the David Bowie discography.
The 5th Dimension haven’t aged as well as many of their peers. There’s a reason for that: The band’s target audience was the middle of the road. I can imagine fans of […]
The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook is the first collection in a series that ran until 1980. That series is known as the Loss Leaders, because for two bucks buyers got a two record […]
Wrestling, Rhino, and colored vinyl. What more do you want?
You might only know them as old farts playing power ballads, but Aerosmith in their prime were a force of nature.
Now and then you gotta step back and admire how far we’ve come as a society. Oh, don’t get me wrong: I know we have serious problems and there’s a long way […]
Here’s a record that combines three of my favorite things: Christmas, promotional records, and “Tijuana Brass” style music.
As the legendary band embarks on their final farewell tour, now might be a good time to look back on the first KISS cash in.
Here’s one that comes with a little regret.
Here’s a great Bowie disc for the completist in your life.