Posted on September 24, 2012 by kingwart
Here you go all you crazy friends of mine!
In Another World
The wife of DC Cardwell made an album, a scary proposition if the wife can’t deliver, but Marjorie holds her own. She has a great voice and the songs match up with it well, and she brings a new light to DC’s music.
The Nervous Wreckords
Let Them All Talk
Good, solid rock album, the singer has an expressive voice and you feel like he is really talking about some things he is actually dealing with. He could come off as a bit arrogant, but sometimes that’s what rock is all about.
Why Don’t You Cry Anymore
Good EP by this group. Very rocking in parts and overall a fun listen. Check it out.
Young Fresh Fellows
Tiempo De Lujo
Always love the Young Fresh Fellows. I command it. This album is wonderful and really sounds as good as most of their albums. Definitely pick it up!
The 21st Century Doomsday Spectacular
Odd but cool collection of mostly comedic songs. But there is some introspection hidden away, and it really touches on topics that are in the collective mindset, but sometimes not explored in the ways they are on this album.
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Posted on January 3, 2010 by mattwhitby
||Artist // Album
||Brendan Benson // My old, familiar friend
||Roger Klug // More help for your nerves
||Chris Richards // Sad sounds of the Summer
||Jason Falkner // All Quiet on the Noise Floor
||Green Day // 21st century breakdown
||Paul Steel // Moon Rock
||Phoenix // Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
||David Mead // Almost And Always
||Tinted Windows // Tinted Windows
||Wilco // Wilco (more…)
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Posted on September 3, 2009 by kingwart
Hello there friends and enemies. I hope this letter is finding you well. I’m sure you’ve heard by now the really wonderful news. That’s right, this blog has become the number one source for misinformed and questionable judgement on all your favorite musics. Congratulations. Try to keep up, now would you? But, onward and upward, that’s what I always say. And today is no exception! Check out these sweeeeeet records, and let me know how you feel about them. Don’t wait! Participate!
Paul Gilbert & Freddie Nelson – United States – ***1/2 – (more…)
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