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August 20: Alice in Chains, Dinosaur Jr, Jane's Addiction, Minor Threat, Mudhoney, Soundgarden, Sugar

This week’s 1001 Albums takes us to late 80s/early 90s America, and the variety of new sub-genres that came out of that era. I’ve heard a few of the definitive albums of the time – the Nirvana ones, … 833 more words

Random Start: Minor Threat - “Look Back and Laugh”

I never really believed this statement when my parents would say it to me as a kid, yet it seems to be all I do now.

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Does Ted Nugent Belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

Ted Nugent feels he deserves induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, certainly more than Patti Smith, Madonna, Grandmaster Flash and ABBA, about whose inclusion he asks, “Why don’t you just piss on Chuck Berry’s grave?” 583 more words

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Dead Cross - Dead Cross (Review)

This is the debut album from Dead Cross, a hardcore band from the US.

Featuring members and ex-members of bands such as Faith No More and Slayer, there’s immediately a certain level of expectation with this, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. 311 more words

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In Response To: The Most Annoying Habits of Record Store Shoppers by Lorena Cupcake

I was reading an article earlier today (The Most Annoying Habits of Record Store Shoppers) by Lorena at Vinyl Me Please. While it did get me to thinking about some of the behaviors described in the article, whether it be people mishandling vinyl in a record store, or the sexism that can sometimes come with these shoppers (ditching and being condescending towards girlfriends, or not trusting the taste of an employee due to their gender), of which I see when I visit record stores, it got me to thinking about the value of the “brick and mortar” record store, and how essential these are to music, especially the sharing of music. 714 more words

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Chuck Ragan: singer, songwriter, rocker and Southern gentleman

Chuck Ragan is a Southern gentleman. Though he lives in Grass Valley, California, he grew up in the Southern part of America, bouncing from Texas to Georgia, then Louisiana and finally Florida. 1,677 more words

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