KISS: 35th Anniversary of DESTROYER
One of the essential albums of my youth! Still sounds great.
Last couple of CDs I bought while visiting AZ a few weeks back:
Middle Class Rut - every thing I read about them says they're half Jane's Addiction half something else. Definitely true. The album is a bit choppy due to it being more of an compilation of prior work, but it's good.
Neon Trees - a couple of good singles, has a good 80's kind of vibe to it (and one song is called 1983) but 8 songs is more like an EP these days.
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Mozart - The Overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" because my dad wants me to cut his hair today.
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8w1cb_gsX0"]YouTube - Warren G Feat. Nate Dogg - Regulate (vinyl)[/nomedia]
Good lord...why the musicians in CT do not get the respect they deserve, I cannot fathom. Petersen may be one of the greatest bass players ever, Bun E., Rick freaking Nielsen...and Dorian Gray...errrrrr Robin Zander. Look, I am a ridiculous Trick fan, but if ever a band deserved to do Beatles songs...I can think of no other. OOOfa Day in the Life, got me all emotional!!!!
****...Golden Slumbers/Carry that Weight...Kingsqueen goofs on me cause sometimes I can't even talk about Cheap Trick without tearing up...if she could see me now.
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Nice little pic there Orph...but G'N'R were never about being little were they!!!!!!
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRIbf6JqkNc"]YouTube - Guns N' Roses - Don't Cry[/nomedia]
Quite simply the greatest AC/DC album (n)ever made. Rick Rubin needs to remember where he made his bones and go back to producing music that has a pulse...and an OVERWHEMING RYTHYM SECTION. The drum sound on this is the way all recorded drums should sound. Talk about the death of music, the fact that I cannot think of a single band that kicks ass like this nowadays. Sad. Rick Rubin producing G'n'R(original lineup)...a boy can dream.