Posted on December 3, 2012 by kingwart
So another week has passed by, with only the melancholy of life to keep us going. woe is me.
A Tribute to Repo Man
An interesting album. A great LA punk soundtrack makes this film really great. So it is cool to hear some good bands paying their tribute. Well done, folks.
John & Brittany
The new album from John Faye continues the greatness. His strong voice, and good rocking songs make for a great combo, and this album is a lot of fun.
It’s OK To Do Stuff
Funny parody album of Free To Be You and Me, features great comedic minds doing funny bits. Pretty short, but fun.
FREE! Good stuff from Fiction Family, original Christmas music, it is pretty good and is keeping up the unique sound.
A Cup of Kindness Yet
Tons of Christmas music comes out, and much of it gets buried in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, this EP from Hey Rosetta is good, and engaging.
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Posted on February 23, 2009 by kingwart
Had you going there for a second, huh? No, this blog will not be mentioning the Oscars in any way. Nope, I won’t mention the horrible mash-up during the best song nominees presentation, nor the bizarre attempt to revive the corpse of the musical. That would just be insulting to your intelligence. I mean we can all think for ourselves, we don’t need any corporate oversight committee telling us where we should get our entertainment. So here are some alternative viewpoints on what’s good in music. Now, I have to get to the movie theatre…to…see…Slumdog Millionaire…yes, master…must obey…
Mark Olson & Gary Louris – Ready For The Flood – *** – Continue reading
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