After the, unexpected, big success of Love, The Cult went to work on Peace. The album would never be released. With Rick Rubin the band would release successor Electric. The story!
In 1983 Siouxsie And The Banshees released the live double album Nocturne. At last it clicked. The story of Siouxise and Robert Smith’s help.
Tags: Siouxsie And The Banshees
Before Roxy Music started recordings for their third album, Brian Eno was fired. Did it impact their third album, Stranded?
Tags: Roxy Music
Five years ago I bought the second Blood Orange based on reading reviews alone. They promised something beautiful. A look back at the Cupid Deluxe.
Tags: Blood Orange
Following the release of the Jazz album, Queen was called a fascist band. A preposterous statement. In search of the story behind the seventh Queen album.
After many top 10 lists it was about time to present my best Dutch albums. Enjoy!
Tags: Ayreon, Brainbox, Child Of Lov, Claw Boys Claw, Doe Maar, Earth And Fire, Fatal Flowers, Focus, Golden Earring, Gruppo Sportivo, Herman Brood, Ivy Green, Kayak, Postmen, Solution, Supersister, Tröckener Kecks, Urban Dance Squad, Urban Heroes
The second Japan album signals a change in course. The band itself doesn’t like looking back on it, but the album holds up surprisingly well.
Tags: David Sylvian, Japan, Mick Karn
In 1978 Neil Young released the Comes A Time album. It was highly anticipated, for it meant a return to the Harvest sound. A look back at a one-off Neil Young album.
Tags: Neil Young
In 1988 The Waterboys surprised a lot of people with their new album Fisherman’s Blues. Where had their well-known and popular ‘big music’ gone? The story about a search for simplicity and honesty.
In 1973 Herbie Hancock released a hybrid album. It unified rhythm and blues, jazz and funk. It was an instant mega success. The story behind the phenomenal Head Hunters!
Tags: Herbie Hancock
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