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ALBUM OF THE WEEK (15th April 2014): “Sway" by Amaya Laucirica

Over the course of the past week I’ve had two very particular hits of nostalgia. One of my favourite television shows of all time “The Wonder Years” has started to be repeated on ABC from 10:00am to 11:00am from Monday to Friday. 1,768 more words



22 years ago the American band led by that unique character named Rob Zombie, released his best work, La Sexorcisto. With this personal statement fans and not so fans have been served the bait for an argument in a silver plate, and there are reading this text rubbing their hands ready to attack when the time comes. 352 more words

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Page CXVI - Good Friday to Easter (independent, 2014)

Page CXVI – Good Friday to Easter
Record Label: independent
Release Date:  15/04/14

It’s been a privilege to take the trip with Page CXVI through the Christian calendar. 192 more words

Album Of The Week

Album of the Week

Listening to ……
Saint Germain des Prés Café Vol. III


…2014 - w 16 Album of the Week is “Exploring the axis" by Thin White Rope.

Allegedly taking their name from William S. Burroughs´ description of semen in “Naked Lunch”, this is one of my favourite bands of the mid-eighties, making five really good albums before folding in the early nineties. 228 more words


[AotW] Judas Priest - Painkiller (1991)

Judas Priest (official website) is a British heavy metal band formed 1969 in Birmingham. There is little doubt that Judas Priest is one of the most original and influential heavy metal bands of all time. 239 more words


Blak and Blu by Gary Clark, Jr. (Album of the Week)

Album: Blak and Blu

Artist: Gary Clark, Jr.

Year: 2012

Details: 13 songs; 1 Hour 7 minutes

Who’s Choice: Deliberate Obfuscation

Hearing the opening horns on Gary Clark Jr.’s… 409 more words