Popdose recalls a holiday classic and has the soundtrack as well.
Don’t judge this book by it’s cover. (Really, don’t.)
We love it when Dw Dunphy pretends he knows things.
Be careful what you wish for. Here are movies that explain why.
Popdose’s experiment in turnabout’s fair play returns!
Don’t you ever feel like chowder?
Members of the Popdose staff review Rush’s 20th studio album, “Clockwork Angels” — and come away with mixed feelings.
Gonna wash them comics right off’a that page!
David Ruffin’s final single as lead vocalist with the Temptations featured one of his finest performances.
Bubba, you know, he’s straight-up carnivore.
It’s a space-time portal, not a snot locker.
Vinyl is the beginning. Sure, wax cylinders came before, but the true concept of the album is a vinyl joint.
The Sunday Sickies is sittin’ on a park bench! Dah, dah, dummm!!
When the “Funny Pages” are neither, they’re Popdose’s Sunday Sickies.
Flops you can blame on the jerks in marketing
The species is doomed. Here are four more indicators of our extinction.
In Popdose’s new series, Call It A Comeback, the staff looks at memorable, improbable reversals of musical fortunes.
Dw Dunphy ruminates over the difficulties of “living in the moment.”
Way Out Wednesday returns with Tony Redman bringing Dw. Dunphy in for Listening To Records!
The mother of year-end lists: Popdose’s Top Albums of 2011.
Dw Dunphy dedicates this to his Aunt Florence, whom he never formally met.
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to The Beehavers
Popdose prepares to stay deee-mented.
Rizzoli celebrates the anniversary of the legendary Def Jam label…with a book that could crush a small animal.
The record companies decided to fight the scourge of free music downloads with…twice-as-expensive discs. Let us explain.
Popdose.com presents the Top Ten CCM albums of all-time as determined by Dw. Dunphy.
Popdose starts the week with an extra added goodie you weren’t expecting.
Popdose’s Dw. Dunphy fears becoming one of those old men that only like the music they like and nothing else.
Popdose analyzes a seminal rock album, Slint’s Spiderland, that 80% of the public doesn’t even knows exist.
Popdose.com, The Weekly Mixtape. Need we say more?