The Popdose staff discusses Pink Floyd’s swan song.
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Popdose’s resident MSTies Dan Wiencek and Tony Redman team up to review “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXX”!
This article can be summed up in one quote: “I will pay someone to shoot you, Walsh.”
Andy Partridge thought XTC’s breakout album never sounded right. Now it does.
Animation’s most hapless family returns.
What if Macca didn’t play anything by the you-know-whos?
What can you learn from a 944-page book on the Beatles? Let’s start with these seven things.
One Popdoser’s personal best-of playlist.
Get ready for the fifth season of TV’s most convoluted cartoon.
A Silent Film talks about America, having fun onstage and rattlesnakes. (Not in that order.)
Beneath this hat/I am wearing a tie.
Don’t judge this book by it’s cover. (Really, don’t.)
Flops you can blame on the jerks in marketing
A closer look at Janis Joplin’s swan song.
Do what you want to do — just get the f#%&ing note right.
“Recording the Beatles”: no Fabs library is complete without it.
A guide for the perplexed.
30 years ago, XTC seemed poised for their commercial breakthrough. Appearances were deceiving.
Dan Wiencek serves up a double-size helping of Beatle-y goodness
The recordings that started it all. (More or less.)
Look, Ma! We can count to a hundred!
Sarah Jarosz avoids the sophomore slump — mostly — on her latest release, Follow Me Down.