Faith No More was a band who I liked upon first hearing them in my senior year of high school, but after venturing deep into the thrash, death, and black metal niches in later years, I'd grow to hate … more
RabidChihuahua posted a Quick Tip about Living Colour.
February 11, 2012
Despite the band's goofy fashion tastes of the time, Living Colour cranked out some good and diverse music in their prime days. Dabbling into a variety of styles and meshing them properly with some solid … more
BaronSamedi3 posted a Quick Tip about The Police.
January 17, 2012
They are one of the most unique-sounding bands to ever come out of the English music scene. I love their combination of raggae, pop, rock, and ska. They played some extremely catchy songs. Furthermore, … more
BaronSamedi3 posted a Quick Tip about R.E.M..
January 12, 2012
REM is a rather hit or miss band with me. They make some grandiose and emotional music and are a band of true idealists angry with the state of the world, and so they tend to draw the same crowd of fans … more
One of the all-time great rock groups. Trent Reznor and company prove that music can be produced in a unique and collage-like manner by creating songs using sampling, live performance, pre-recorded elements, … more
Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward serve up another slice of Phil Spector-esque, summertime pop and country-tinged wistfulness. This is a very nostalgic sounding record that evokes classic 60s and 70s, singer/songwriter … more
First Issue was the debut album of John Lydon's second band. After being fired from The Sex Pistols and replaced by fugitive Great Train Robbery participant Ronnie Biggs, John Lydon dropped the moniker … more
Cut the Crap was the last studio album from the seminal punk rock group The Clash. With only two original members left, Bernie Rhodes (The Clash's manager) along with Joe Strummer "created" an album … more