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Music Review: Chrome – ‘Half Machine from the Sun: The Lost Tracks from ’79-’80’


The forgotten tracks on 'Half Machine from the Sun' work so well as to provide the most accessible introduction to Chrome that I can think of. Read More »

The Proto-Hard Rock, Heavy Metal 101 Syllabus


Several rock bands of the 1960s deserve more credit than many metal fans give them. Read More »

DVD Review: Repo Man – The Criterion Collection

As interesting a movie to watch today as it was when first released - nothing dated or antique about this film. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Who Are You – An All-Star Tribute To The Who

Who Are You is an interesting tribute to The Who with various musicians, but falls flat compared with the original performances. Read More »

Music Review: Joe Jackson – The Duke

Joe Jackson creates a more than worthy tribute to the music and legacy of Duke Ellington. Read More »

Book Review: The Stooges: Head On, A Journey Through the Michigan Underground by Brett Callwood

Another book about the Stooges hits the market with engaging tales of the essential punk group's past. Read More »

Concert Review: Michael Monroe, Bowery Ballroom, NYC, 10/2/11

Michael Monroe Shows NYC Crowd He's Not Fakin' It. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Iggy And The Stooges – Raw Power Live: In The Hands Of The Fans

You've gotta hand it to the Ig-man. Read More »

Music Review: Peter Murphy – Ninth

Peter Murphy provides the panache missing from current rock. Read More »

DVD Review: Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3 – The New Minimoy Adventures

Normally, I’m one to defend French Cinema — but French Family Cinema is another story altogether. Read More »