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When Are We Going To Let The Hippies Back Into The Record Store?

Remember when you could go into a record store and get abused by some green-haired geek? It used to be about the music, man. Read More »

Music Review: The US vs John Lennon Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD)

Are there better career retrospectives of John Lennon out there? Sure. But none capture Lennon the "national threat" like this Soundtrack does. Read More »

Band Of The Week: The Hereafter

After talking about the real meaning of the word vagina, the “Master Cleanser” diet, and John Mayer, we had the following conversation. Read More »

Music Review: Electric Light Orchestra – On The Third Day, Face The Music, A New World Record (Remastered Versions)

Nobody quite mixed the ambitious reach of seventies symphonic rock, with the ear for a great pop hook the way Jeff Lynne's ELO did. Read More »

Making A Lot Of Synths: The Lore Of Korg’s Software Synthesizers

The best-selling digital synthesizer of all time can now be played on your PC. Read More »

Music Review: The Cure – The Head On The Door Remastered And Expanded Edition

It's midnight and the crows are beckoning: The Cure resurrect a goth-pop classic. Read More »

XM Radio To Feature Blues Societies

Get to know Blues Foundation affiliates around the world and make some new friends. Read More »

Bootleg Country: Jimmy Cliff – 12/17/01

I may have to get into reggae after all. Read More »

Smashing Pumpkins Back in Studio for First Time Since 2000

Is Billy Corgan the next Axl Rose? Read More »

Vinyl Isn’t Always Final – Les Brown

I began seriously collecting records when I was a teenager and eventually accumulated quite a few. Read More »