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Redemption Song

Mar 13, 2020

It should have been a grand slam. It should have been two titans of 60's rock culture combining forces for an unforgettable tour. It should have been...but it wasn't. At least not based on this album. Is this another case of Dylan self sabotaging his own project, or was there simply nothing in the grooves worth hearing?...


Feb 25, 2020

Following up a classic album is always a challenge. Particularly when your previous success had been based on a power pop coolness that was somewhat at odds with the slick 80's radio friendly sheen of your multi-platinum million seller. And its even more difficult when no one in the band seems to be terribly interested...


Jan 10, 2020

In 1978, Marvin Gaye turned his acrimonious divorce from Anna Gordy into a double album fueled in equal parts by spite and self righteousness. Featuring lyrics improvised based on the proceedings from that day in divorce court and cover art depicting crumbling Roman temples, this album gives new meaning to the term "a...


Dec 16, 2019

What happens when genius producer and certifiable lunatic Phil Spector teams up with morose poet/songwriter Leonard Cohen? Pretty much the least sexy album that's mostly about doin it that you've ever heard! Hop in Phil Spector's insanity powered wayback machine and enjoy all the misguided 50's nostalgia that is Death...


Nov 8, 2019

On this super-sized ep, we dive into the 20 song opus that is the full band debut by They Might Be Giants. It's another one for the "Why are you doing THAT record??" file. Well, as odd as it may seem at this far remove, when this album hit the racks in 1994, a large portion of the band's fan base wrote them off...