May
27
2017
0

‘Silent All These Years.’

…1992? Huh. I could have sworn that this album came out no later than 1990, tops. Of course, I didn’t have a CD player in 1990, so there’s that. And I know that I had it on CD, because I wore my first copy of Little Earthquakes out.

Silent All These Years, Tori Amos

May
24
2017
3

‘Mexican Radio.’

MTV was built on the backs of videos like this.  Seriously, I don’t know how New Wave would have developed without that network to give their bands airplay.

Mexican Radio, Wall of Voodoo

May
21
2017
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‘I Can’t Dance.’

It’s gonna be a late night until the kid falls asleep again.

I Can’t Dance, Genesis

May
19
2017
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‘Hong Kong Garden.’

Just something about punk. Although technically this is post-punk.

Hong Kong Garden, Siouxsie and the Banshees

May
13
2017
4

‘Cry Little Sister.’

As you may have gathered, there has been a certain amount of listening to iconic music from the 1980s lately. I forget where somebody mentioned that this is perfect for what I’m working on, but it’s true: it IS perfect.

Cry Little Sister, Gerald Mcmann

May
12
2017
4

‘Flash.’

Yes.  Yes, this will fit the aesthetic very well.

Flash, Queen

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May
11
2017
2

‘No Surrender.’

I know that many of you don’t like, but it is my site. Neener neener.

No Surrender, Bruce Springsteen.

I am confused as to why this album isn’t available on MP3.

May
09
2017
3

‘Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?’

I was reminded of this song by Facebook.  I still quote “Whaddya mean I don’t support your system? I go to court when I have to” from time to time.  Not that I was that much of a headbanger. Ozzy/Black Sabbath was as about hard as I went.

Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?, Megadeth

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