“Trademark Of Quality” bootlegs were like the lost ark of the covenant to me as a kid. That little underground comix-style pig logo meant that this was a “real” bootleg, which was […]
Wet Willie was a Southern rock band who had their biggest success on the Capricorn Records label, home of the Allman Brothers Band. They never hit it really big, but they managed […]
Green Beret and national treasure John Rambo was all about two things: kicking ass, and sweet a cappella harmonies. Please welcome this fine, fine album to the Bad Album Cover Hall Of […]
Moog’s synthesizer was a truly revolutionary machine though finicky. Early adopters had to deal with the fact that the beast would go out of tune as the temperature changed, repeating a given […]
1975’s Force It has pretty much everything I want in a hard rock album from that era: lots of guitar, boogie rhythms, harmonies, horny lyrics, blah blah blah. You’re not here for […]
Phillip Cassadore was the real deal. A distant relative of Cochise, Cassadore was an Apache medicine men and spiritual leader. He dedicated his life to preserving and restoring Apache religion and traditions.
Mefistofele is an 1867 opera from Italian composer Arrigo Boito based on Faust. Didn’t know I was so classy, did you? Spoiler alert: I’m only here for the batshit crazy album cover.
Propaganda is a 1979 A&M records sampler notable for live tracks from Joe Jackson and The Police. This was mandatory listening when I was a kid, and it still holds up. You […]
Wow. Just wow. I think the guy with the Jewfro is about to go up in flames. Is that a cinder on his forearm? A very worthwhile entry into the Bad Album […]
John McLaughlin was an interesting guy. He attended the School Of Visual Arts in New York City with Jean-Michel Basquait and Keith Haring, rubbed shoulders with Andy Warhol, and due to his […]