This is a cool little novelty for the Rocky Horror fan in your life. With a cross appeal to both picture disc and Rocky Horror collectors, this disc usually trades in the […]
Electric Ladyland is the most interesting album in the Hendrix discography. The third and last album with the Experience, Electric Ladyland finds our hero in virtually complete creative control and at the […]
I don’t really have anything interesting to say about this, but I don’t want 1984 to pass without giving a head nod to the long deceased LaserDisc format. Will these beasts someday […]
I’ve lucked into very few situations in my life. I haven’t won the lottery or been handed a wheelbarrow full of start up stock that’s later worth billions. I found five bucks […]
I’ll be honest with you: I haven’t listened to this album. No, I saw the sexy honey in the red body stocking flashing her jazz hands and that was enough for me. […]
Freddy Fender: Musician, celebrity, inspiration for The Rabbit. Oh, like you don’t know what I’m talking about.
Yes, that’s right. I have officially found the worst. Album cover. Ever. You’re welcome.
This was a holy grail album for me as a kid, not because I was a massive Skynyrd fan but because it came equipped with its own ghost story. The fact that […]
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 […]