Every now and then an album comes along that is just that good. I don’t know how it happens, and contrary to what they might think neither do any of the music […]
1994’s Amorica was the Black Crowes’s third album, following the multiplatinum success of Shake Your Money Maker and The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. Unfortunately by 1994 the Robinson brothers’ brand of revival […]
When Bedazzlers are outlawed, only outlaws will have Bedazzlers. Please welcome Dennis Duke to the Bad Album Cover Hall Of Fame.
Well said, Mr. Warren, well said. And congratulations on your induction into the Bad Album Cover Hall Of Fame.
I picked this up for a buck at a local record store figuring that it would be a fine edition to the Controversial Album Cover Gallery. Surely an album cover featuring manga […]
Song-poems were a hustle back in the sixties and seventies that still persists in the form of various publishing scams. Here’s how they worked: Sleazy bastards placed ads soliciting lyrics in the […]
Clockwork Angels, the new album from veteran prog rockers Rush, is a masterpiece in the truest sense of the word. The nineteen albums preceding this one enjoyed varying degrees of success both […]
Flora Purim has some pipes, no doubt about it. But judging from the size of that pigeon and which direction its business end is pointing there’s no doubt that nothing will be […]
Tenacious D is a comedy band fronted by two delusional fat guys who have no business being rock stars. That’s their whole shtick, but the joke is on us. Jack Black and […]
This is normally where I write something. Sometimes I provide a little background to introduce you to an album, give you some sense of the artist and the music. Sometimes I make […]