The mid eighties were a glorious time for big hair metal bands. Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, LA Guns, Faster Pussycat, the LA scene was overcrowded with long haired pretty boys that sung rebellious songs about chicks and drinking and fast cars. Then all of a sudden, through the sea of teased, bleached blonde hair came
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Rediscovering Old Music: On Vinyl, Cassette’s, & CD’s.
Twenty years ago a seed was sown and an artist was born. Changing his name from Brian Warner to Marilyn Manson because he liked the paradigm the name created. The iconic American beauty in Marilyn Monroe and the equally iconic serial killer and cult leader Charles Manson. Manson would create little demo tapes for his
It was probably one of the most anticipated releases of 2010 and it turned out to be one of the best releases for the year. The often controversial Kanye West had returned to the spotlight he had craved and felt he deserved since first emerging onto the music landscape. The album was never meant happen.
My first introduction to Meat Loaf’s “Bat Out Of Hell” came via my mother. I remember her listening to that album on cassette on my old Sony Walkman while she mowed the lawns on the ride on mower. I knew she was listening to Meat Loaf because she would sing along with the songs. At
I think Frank Turner summed it up best for me when he sang the line “Music is my substitute for love.” As a kid I studied my favourite records. There was nothing like to sit there and read along to the lyrics in the booklet of the CD. Read all the credits and find out