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Rocks In The Attic #405: Deep Purple - ‘Deepest Purple’ (1980)

One of the good things about Deep Purple is their almost prog-ish approach to heavy metal – six minutes of a track like Highway Star… 274 more words

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Built To Spill: Untethered Moon

Built To Spill’s music is a testament to dedication. They take long breaks between records (haven’t put out a record since 2009), write/record/scrap full projects, tour when they want to, and somehow manage to stay gold in the eyes of both fans and critics. 167 more words

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Pure Pop Radio’s Countdown to Record Store Day 2015: Wednesday

For day three of Pure Pop Radio’s exclusive countdown to Record Store Day 2015, I thought it would be fun to revisit the freedom I experienced in my late teens, driving around Long Island, visiting various secondhand record stores and snagging treasures beyond my wildest dreams. 621 more words

Alan Haber

Listening Parties at Warner Brothers Records

Last May we did a really fun wedding with a couple that allowed us to go out all out on the drink design and bar setup. 492 more words

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Built To Spill-Living Zoo

“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven…” Yep, it is a Bible verse, and beautifully said. It is what I am thinking about today. 608 more words

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" A group of dudes getting together to kill shit"..What Linkin Parks " Hunger Party" all about.

What is a “Hunting Party?” On the most basic level, it is, quite literally, a group of dudes getting together to kill shit. Fittingly, it is the title of Linkin Park’s sixth studio album, due out June 17th on Machine Shop Recordings / Warner Bros Records. 780 more words

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LIGHTS at The Fonda Theatre, LA

LIGHTS performed at the Fonda Theatre in support of her new record “Little Machines” which was released on Warner Brothers Records on September 19th, 2014. A sold-out crowd of 1200 filled the Hollywood venue to watch the artist perform songs from the new album including her single “Up We Go.” 198 more words

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