Speculation is mounting that this Friday Black Sabbath will announce, during a press conference, that they will be reuniting for a tour and perhaps maybe even an album with all the original members–meaning with Ozzy.
It’s loud, black and white, and full of Tom Waits basically yelling and spittle-ing towards your face with his growl. It’s also directed by Jesse Dylan (Bob Dylan’s son, for whatever that’s worth to you).
Their covers are decidedly smooth and perfect for warm nights and rainy afternoons where you want to relax to some “Brooklyn Zoo” but don’t care at the moment for ODB yelling at you about craziness.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that. But Iggy Pop has always been an odd one in the musical bunch, marching to the beat of his own drum. Remember that time he did a Jazz-ish album a few years ago? Or the time he was on The Adventures Of Pete & Pete? He’s Iggy Pop and he’ll do what he got-damn pleases.
But for now, the closest crossover between the two will have to be the kid from 3rd Rock From The Sun covering the immortal R. Kelly classic.
After releasing, just today, their collaborative album with Lou Reed, called Lulu, to cries of “Worst Album Ever,” Metallica are back in the studio apparently trying hard to make you forget about that album and make you remember that their last studio album was seen by many as a return to form.
I must say, if you’ve never seen drumming on iPads, it’s quite a sight.
No tricks here, only treats. The SXSW Festival in Austin, TX has debuted it’s perliminary lineup for this coming year and it’s looking pretty good.
Besides having a terrible name, the band have put up a series of songs on Youtube for sampling. To be honest, they’re not as bombastic as you might have been expecting from a band with THAT name.
Need some good background music for that Halloween party? Sick of using boring, old ambient boos and screams? Electronic duo Virtual Boy have you covered.
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A true music aficionado and collector, Rich Russo boasts a collection of vinyl and CDs estimated to have reached an astonishing 100,000 pieces. Rich’s radio program, Anything Anything, can be heard on the airwaves throughout the US.