Tag Archives: Mickey Thomas
The first edition of the new Chart Attack! podcast kicks off with the Top 10 singles from the week ending February 15, 1986.
Gasoline might have been in short supply in the ’70s, but mellow tunes were not.
Keanu’s bad Canadian accent, the Simpsons, Liza Minnelli and Dave Steed’s dormroom exploits co-mingle this week in Bottom Feeders.
Rob Smith finds a new power ballad masterpiece from Cathy Richardson and the Macrodots, in this week’s “Death by Power Ballad.”
In which two of Toto’s many former lead singers wish you a very merry Mellowmas — or a maudlin, senselessly overblown one, whichever comes first.
How could Mickey Thomas get away with adultery? Quite slickly, apparently, as Popdose’s Rob Smith explores in his Death by Power Ballad column on Jefferson Starship’s “No Way Out.”
Hungering for an alternate reality in which Mickey Thomas is clubbed to death by Grace Slick, CAPTAIN VIDEO! is back from the 1980th Dimension!
Do they know it’s Christmastime at all? No, they don’t — and with the pudding-soft harmonies of Air Supply as their guide, they never will.