When making up a list of the most important British Invasion bands, why aren’t The Kinks higher to the top?
For all the cries of Joe Jackson’s “forsaking” pop, 1994’s “Night Music” says otherwise.
The sad tale of The Singing Nun and her joyful song about a saint.
Wings had yet to lock in an album that justified their existence. Band On The Run changed that.
Why is 1973’s Brain Salad Surgery “none more prog”?
In the 1980s prog was becoming accessible and pop was kinda becoming prog.
At least Michael Bay didn’t blow up Aaron Burr.
Holmes and Dunphy take on the revival of a true music icon in 1973.
Terrorism. Warfare. Gun violence. Sexy women in leather. Kids television. Ah, the Eighties.
He-Man’s going to show you how to be good, normal children.
Huey Lewis and the News, Sports, and the fallacy of the guilty pleasure.
Hinky? What’s a hinky?
Could this be the best thing George Lucas ever made?
In 1993 Billy Joel made people feel awkward and sad.
The Popdose Staff uses the event of being an extra to extol the virtues of John Candy.
Captain Jack will get you high tonight.
1993 was ground zero for the nu-metal movement. We just didn’t know yet.
Flashback looks over another of Chicago’s big hits and complains about ‘whatever happened to…’
Popdose asks, “Why not? It’s only natural!”
In preparation for the Man Of Steel, let’s look back at the Hunk Of Junk.
Laser blasts don’t leave no blood behind.
A look back at Iron Maiden’s fourth studio LP, ‘Piece of Mind’, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this week.
The long, strange trip from WWII to Samuel L.
In April 1983, Japan introduced the Famicom. A couple years later, sales of Funyons increased three-fold.
And when the cupboard’s bare, will you still even care?
Put on your penis-shaped suit, it’s The Tubes.
The lunatic is forty years on…
We don’t mean Certificate Of Deposit either.