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The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find '80s Albums (The Producers' "You Make The Heat")

“The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find ’80s Albums” gives you exactly what the title implies: a rare or out-of-print album from the ’80s in its entirety. Some will be from CD, but most will have been lovingly transferred from pristine vinyl culled directly from the Analog Kid’s vast collection. 362 more words

Analog Kid

Lester Greenowski "It's Nothing Serious Just Life" Album Review

Lester Greenowski “It’s Nothing Serious Just Life”

Lester Greenowski is a new name to us but he has actually been releasing records since the early 00’s and used to record with his band the Landslide Ladies. 485 more words

Album Review

The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find '80s Albums ("The Producers")

“The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find ’80s Albums” gives you exactly what the title implies: a rare or out-of-print album from the ’80s in its entirety. Some will be from CD, but most will have been lovingly transferred from pristine vinyl culled directly from the Analog Kid’s vast collection. 501 more words

Analog Kid

Princess to embark on UK & Europe tour supporting Ex Hex

Dublin alternative-rock act Princess have confirmed they will be supporting American power-pop trio Ex Hex.

2014 was a breakthrough year for the Dublin act, with Princess releasing the brilliant singles ‘Neverlook’ and ‘Molly’. 162 more words

News

#443 – Cheap Trick, ‘In Color’

Released: September, 1977
Label: Epic
Genre: Rock, hard rock, power pop
Producer: Tom Werman

This is pretty classic rock-pop and it’s all pretty good. Hardly offensive (and if there’s a problem, that’s it) but it’s big-haired, blue-jeaned, eye-lined fun and it’s all completely polished and totally clean. 78 more words

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A Kouple Of Kool Kristmas Long-Players You Should Buy Now

Christmas records. For me, they conjure memories of Decembers in the early-70s of homes filled with the vocal stylings of the likes of Andy Williams and Jerry Vale singing half-heartedly about the joys of the season. 641 more words

Music

Sparks: B.C., Who Don't Like Kids & Something for the Girl With Everything 1974 Propaganda

Sparks debuted in 1971, and released their brightest and most refined pop album in 1974. “Propaganda” gave power pop validity as a genre, and a place on the commercial market.   230 more words

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