Monthly Archives: October 2014

Born on this day, Adam Horovitz better known as Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys

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The Replacements ‘Tim’ – Read the original 1985 Rolling Stone review

BY Tim Holmes | November 21, 1985 In this era of synthetic sound and an increased emphasis on the cosmetics of media geniality, the Replacements are probably too true to be good. While they haven’t exactly reinvented the fourman guitars-bass-drum … Continue reading

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Skinny Puppy released ‘Too Dark Park’ on this day in 1990

– ‘Too Dark Park’ was Skinny Puppy’s sixth studio album – The cover art was created by Jim Cummins, it also included the debut appearance of their “SP” logo, in a gothic form. – the album was produced by Dave … Continue reading

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What if Kraftwerk had their own TV sitcom [watch]

Electronic music, “hilarious” writing, plenty of robots and a laugh track; that’s what you’d get if German krautrock group Kraftwerk had their own TV sitcom…thanks to Braces Tower we have the next best thing with “Ralf and Florian”, check it … Continue reading

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Listen to The Cure – Just Like Heaven – Isolated Vocals

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