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Muse - "The Resistance" (2009)

The Resistance marked a radical change in direction for Devon-based alternative rock band Muse. Their fifth album, it is also their most focused and coherent material, although with 2015’s “Drones” having a defined concept, it perhaps now takes second place in that respect (with 2012’s “The 2nd Law” being laughable in comparison). 451 more words

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Electric Light Orchestra - Getting To The Point

Another minor hit for ELO. This one was at its peak of UK#97 on this day in the 80s.

This is their third time on the blog, but this would be their last UK hit until 2006. 6 more words

The Doors - "The Soft Parade" (1969)

As soon as the first set of brass notes hit in opener “Tell All the People”, the band immediately communicate a change in sound and musical direction with their fourth studio album. 189 more words

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Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky

The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) are an English rock band from Birmingham. They were formed in 1970 by songwriters/multi-instrumentalists Roy Wood and Jeff Lynne with drummer Bev Bevan. 54 more words

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A Whiter Shade ...

Southend-on-Sea lies on the north side of the Thames estuary to the east of London. It’s a seaside resort with all the usual tourist trappings: a beach, gift shops, an amusement park, a few hotels and lots of guest houses. 757 more words

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Aria: Music Review

I was checking my emails and Dream Aria sent me an update from their ReverbNation page. So I went to check it out, and when I was coming off their page I saw Aria in the search bar, so I clicked on to their page just to see what they were like. 426 more words

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