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Music Review: Death – …For the Whole World to See

Punk and hard rock meet in this overlooked classic from unsung Detroit heroes. Read More »

Music Review: Kaleidoscope – Kaleidoscope

The legendary Kaleidoscope album is finally available on compact disc. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Lou – 1971 – 1973 & David Bowie: Rare And Unseen

Two new David Bowie DVDs that should appeal to his hardcore fans. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Reed 1971 – 1973

Fans of Bowie, Reed, Pop and Warhol will be interested, but it falls short in validating the era's significance musically. Read More »

Music Review: Iggy Pop & James Williamson – Kill City

The reissue of Iggy Pop's Kill City shows it to be the most underrated album of his career. Read More »

An Interview with James Williamson of Iggy and The Stooges

The legendary guitarist for Iggy and the Stooges talks Kill City, Raw Power, and the band's seminal influence. Read More »

New Music Tuesday: Big High, Tom Petty, Pernice Brothers, Sarah McLachlan, Steve Miller Band

The wallet takes a beating this week! Read More »

The Rockologist: Iggy, Ziggy And The Raw Power Of The Stooges

Putting lipstick on a punk-rock pig never sounded so good. Read More »

Music Review: Was (Not Was) – Pick Of The Litter 1980 – 2010

So shut up and dance already. Read More »

Book Review: Bowie: A Biography by Marc Spitz

Bowie fanboy/journalist Marc Spitz's David Bowie: A Biography is a long but light and entertaining recap of the rock icon's career Read More »