What the hell kind of school is this? Please welcome Dancehall 101 to the Bad Album Cover Hall of Fame.
When 1985’s Arrive Without Travelling was released it immediately went into my heavy rotation, and I still think “Her Head’s Revolving” is one of the great singles of the eighties.
“Hey, Marie, aren’t we having fun?!” “Yeah, Donny!” “And our outfits are as white as our souls!” “Yeah, Donny!” “What’s on that backdrop, Marie?” “A photo I took under the shower curtain […]
This is one of the “scary hippy records” handed down from my aunt’s collection when I was a pup. That’s a preschooler’s perspective, obviously. The Standells were neither scary nor hippy.
Rarely have album cover and title gone together so well. Please welcome Carly Simon’s No Secrets to the Thank You For Getting Me Through Puberty Hall Of Fame, and shut the door […]
I picked this one up solely because the great Dennis Coffey is credited as both guitarist and arranger. Also, it has that cool airbrushed chrome logo that was so popular in the […]
I’ve been thinking about Porno For Pyros a lot lately. That probably makes me the only person on the planet who has been thinking about Porno For Pyros lately.
Okay, here’s the deal: There’s nothing I can tell you about the content of this album that you don’t already know. Guns N’ Roses’ major label debut has sold 35 million copies, […]
I found this in a box in the attic, a completely forgotten treasure. Here’s how this photo landed in my hands:
Here’s another great bootleg from my stacks. This one captures a 1971 show at the Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, California.