This is a sweet bootleg from a March 1991 show in London. The original line-up was almost done by this time; in fact, they were just six months away from playing their […]
Now here’s a pop confection from 1984 that still tastes delicious.
Oh, for Christ’s sake let’s just get this over with.
During the mid-eighties we either enjoyed or suffered a mini-Hooters craze, depending on your fondness for cuts like “All You Zombies” and “And We Danced.” Hooters band mates Eric Bazilian and Rob […]
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This is simply a beautiful piece of vinyl. On the front we have Perry Farrell’s controversial assemblage that graced the Ritual de lo Habitual album sleeve, and on the back….
I never liked the Bay City Rollers. When I was an elementary schooler they were equivalent to One Direction — the slick, poppy band that all the girls screamed about. They were […]
This one is a bit of an oddity. For reasons that I still don’t really understand several albums were released in 10-inch versions along with their standard 12-inch counterparts (both pictured above). […]
Let’s say that you find yourself pinned against a darkened alley wall, a revolver pressed to your temple and a mad man screaming, “Connect Pete Townshend to Motorhead to Kenny G. now!” […]
Here’s yet another bootleg from my Jane’s stacks. Like most bands, Jane’s Addiction played a lot of covers early on, and one of my favorites was “Whole Lotta Love.”