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The Lost Boys: Hard-To-Find '80s Albums ("Enuff Z'Nuff")

“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. 787 more words


7 Things You Might Not Know About David Letterman, The King Of Late Night

It’s been David Letterman month here at UPROXX, with lots of buzz about the goings-on in the world of late night now that Letterman is leaving and… 583 more words


Lawyers, Guns and Money

Given that I’ve been in a lawyerly frame of mind lately, I’m going to share with you one of my family’s favorite songs – my parents just loved singing this one to me when I was younger.

Seven Songs to Gently Nibble People to

My last “soundtrack” post was filled primarily with hard rock/metal, and I realize this. Those are usually the genres that I stick with, so by default, those are most of the types of songs I have in my playlists. 611 more words

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Greatest Baseball Songs

I am going to catch some heat for this list, music is so subjective and listener based that nearly every list will be different for sure.   529 more words

Baseball Multimedia

"Back in the High Life" (2000) by Warren Zevon

Another case of “It’s the singer, not the song.” Exhibit 5,654 is Warren Zevon’s cover of Steve Winwood’s “Back in the High Life.” Very soulful and heartfelt and much better than the original.



“I saw a werewolf drinking a pina colada at Trader Vic’s. His hair was perfect.”
Warren Zevon, “Werewolves of London”