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reviewed Endless Pain. November 07, 2012
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Endless Pain
Back in 1985, a trio of thrashing teenage maniacs from Essen, Germany would leave an indelible mark on the thrash metal genre with their debut “Endless Pain.” Their goal for this album was …
reviewed Rage Against the Machine: Rage Agains.... October 15, 2012
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Rage Against the Machine cover
  If you traveled back into the late 90's and early 00's, and asked me what favorite band was, I'd quickly answer Rage Against the Machine. Especially around 2002 up to around 2004, …
posted a Quick Tip about Faith No More. June 28, 2012
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The Band
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about Rage Against the Machine: Rage Agains.... May 31, 2012
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Rage Against the Machine cover
Before I elaborate in this Quick Tip, keep in mind that the band's politics are NOT taken into account when rating the album, I only point out how childish they feel and how hypocritical they …
reviewed Pleasure to Kill. May 14, 2012
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Pleasure to Kill
Continuing on my reviews for the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I come to my personal favorite of the trinity, which is Kreator's “Pleasure to Kill.” When I first heard this album six years …
posted a Quick Tip about Pleasure to Kill. May 02, 2012
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Pleasure to Kill
Continuing my QT's about the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I bring you my opinion on Kreator's "Pleasure to Kill."      Out of the three albums in the Unholy Trinity, I …
posted a Quick Tip about Living Colour. February 11, 2012
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The Band
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about The Runaways. July 03, 2011
Band photo
Not merely the best distaff rock band of the genre's history, these girls epitomized the frustrated aggression and knowing camp of their garish era. Though their popularity was limited to superstardom …
posted a Quick Tip about Billy Idol. May 17, 2011
He still rocks it hard core. I saw him live in 2005 and man does Billy know how to put on a show. He embraces the songs that made him popular and melds them perfectly with his new tunes, which are just …
reviewed The Black Album. March 12, 2011
The Damned's fourth album cover
The Damned S/T aka The Black Album is two disc of pure entertainment. The story behind the album being two disc is an interesting one. Captain Sensible is a huge fan of Soft Machine Sixth and wanted an …
reviewed The Slits. March 11, 2011
The Slits
The Slits were a punk group fronted by a 14 year old Ari-Up. Their style of music was basic, fast and loud. Over the next few years the band (along with a revolving door of several members) changed their …
reviewed Joy Division. August 04, 2010
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The band (1979)
   I was staying near Manchester the summer of '79; I opened a music paper to find Jon Savage's stunning review of "Unknown Pleasures," the debut by what was then still a local …
posted a Quick Tip about Rage Against the Machine: Rage Agains.... July 29, 2010
Rage Against the Machine cover
Easily one of my all-time favorite albums and the definitive album of the 1990s. RAtM's debut is a masterpiece of hard rock and rap with an added edge of leftist politics. This is the sound of the revolution. …
Hardcore Zen: Punk Rock, Monster Movies, & the
"You eat God and excrete truth four hours later." (3) There's a toilet on the cover, a first for a Buddhist book, I reckon. Punk, monster movie making, and a decidedly raw version of dharma enliven this …
reviewed Malcolm McLaren. May 12, 2010
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Malcolm McLaren
The world lost a very unique individual on April 8, 2010.  Malcolm McLaren, the self promoting music manager/ performer/ designer lost his fight with cancer but has left a legacy in both fashion …
posted a Quick Tip about The Slits. March 29, 2010
The Slits
Let's face it, The Slits r more dancehall/reggae than punk. Although, they have some serious punk street cred #slits
posted a Quick Tip about The Runaways. March 29, 2010
Band photo
The Runaways were the first and last all girl punk band. Period. End of story. There is no room for discussion.
reviewed The Crackup Suite. January 04, 2010
The Crackup Suite
The Crackup Suite is an EP from Carbon/Silicon.  It was originally available as a free download from their website.  This six track EP features a drum machine, two guitars and bass.  Mick …
posted a Quick Tip about The Clash: The Clash (U.K. Version). December 28, 2009
The Clash (U.K. Version)
The single greatest punk rock album of all time. When it comes right down to it nobody comes close to the raw political energy of The Clash!
reviewed Carbon/Silicon. December 26, 2009
Carbon/Silicon is the new band that consists of the punk duo of Mick Jones and Tony James.  The two former members of the UK Punk Class of 1976 have continued the DIY mantra of music by recording …
reviewed So, Who's Paranoid?. December 24, 2009
So, Who's Paranoid?
So, Who's Paranoid is The Damned's first studio album since 2001's release Grave Disorder.  The album is an eclectic mix of goth, psychedelia, pop and space rock.  David Vanian's vocals are …
reviewed Sleater-Kinney. December 18, 2009
It's easy, almost tautological,  to describe music as the interplay of melody and rhythm. So saying that a band is great because of their excellent combination of melody with rhythm, at first glance, …
reviewed Walk Among Us. October 31, 2009
Walk Among Us
Walk Among Us is the Misfits best album.  If you want to hear some hardcore horror punk then look no further than this disc.  Skip the "best of" or the two volume compilation collections …
posted a Quick Tip about London Calling. October 28, 2009
London Calling
The variety on this album is pretty amazing. I honestly feel that there is a song for every person on this album.
reviewed The Misfits (band). October 18, 2009
Misfits Skull Logo
The Misfits are a hardcore punk band originally fronted and founded by Glen Danzig.  During their earlier days the band went through quite a few labels before recording their "classic" …
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