Artist: Styx Title: Pieces of Eight Year: 1978 Label: A&M For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
If “transitional album” ever makes its way to Websters, Empire’s album cover should be pictured right next to the definition.
The west coast of the United States experience some pretty unusual weather over the last week.
We just celebrated Columbus Day in the United States, one of our most contentious holidays.
“Why would you pay good money to see Jethro Tull?” That’s the first question people asked me
Here’s the scenario: It’s 2017, and that awful person you hate won the election. Just as you warned, he or she and his/her jackbooted thugs are imposing their horrible agenda upon the […]
My kids run across a crusty old song now and then that for them is a revelation. “Dad, have you ever heard this?” they excitedly ask. “Do you like it?” Usually my […]
Let’s just get this out of the way right now: There won’t be very many deep cuts on this list. Styx is one of those rare situations where radio programmers have gotten […]
“You just have to look at the facts,” I said. Matt didn’t even look up from our frog. “The only fact is that it sucks and nobody cares about it.” The frog […]
Are you still awake? Sweet Dio’s crucifix, I started rambling about junior high school nine months ago and you have sat there the whole time, patiently staring at my record collection while I […]