Imagine? I mean come on IMAGINE?
Posts By: Iman Lababedi
In 1980, at the height of the final USSR dictator Leonard Brezhnev's rule, Brois Grebenshikov was fired from his job for throwing a frisbie at the State sponsored rock show his band Aquarium was playing. 8 years later, Gorbachev and Perestroika had happened and Boris came to the West as a solo artists, releasing an excellent sp;p album produced by Dave Stewart. It died a death and Boris returned to what would soon be Russia again and remains a very popular rock star. What remains is the title track off the album, the excellent "Radio Silence".. A whirling hard rocker which …
losese a little on the pop front
are weighty, fast on their feet, powerful
rock lends itself to extreme emotions
I don’t get Franklin’s foreign policy at all
New Jersey is on the verge of bankruptsy, teachers, civil servants, blue collar workers are losing their jobs AND SPRINGSTEEN IS TIPPING HIS HAND IN THE TILL??
“I was massively kept away from that kind of thing”
sounds like 2010 regurgitated to steadily decreasing effect
In support of their crappy new album
a little whatever
man, those eyes
come love load heavy
Back in the day, the late great Richard Nader would bring his old time garden party to MSG
Helen Bach fave..
47.80% of the US market.
We all feel extremely deflated following this public spectacle
all power to “Friday”.
everybody is doing the same stuff over and over and frankly it is getting a little old right now
the guitar strings sound like a cello
Does anybody else remember when Helen Mirren was really, really hot?
Party of One
This is how you stand by Japan
Why not sell out the tour before you decide whether the band wants to tour or not?
Still that same old bass riff
between ambition and sales
Now Universal Records are helping out Japan, a compiliation benefit album featuring usual suspect U2 and newbie Rihanna… as well as some other what is sure to be big names. After Bangladesh, after Live Aid, after Haiti (but not after Farm Aid which appears to work), perhaps it is time to simply fess up. The US Entertainment industry is clueless when it comes to providing charity relief in foreign countries. Everybody gives their time and energy with no end game in sight, with no concept, as to how theses hundreds of millions of dollars will effect the victims on the …
All part of a UFO conspiracy if you ask me.
sounds like a major downer
I say yes… give em a golden ticket
hate the sinner, but love the sin
Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up”. I have an 11 minute live version of this that could raise the dead!
Don’t ask a great artist how he does it
Glenn Tilbrook turned me on to Stravinsky years ago
What do you do for an encore?
I warned you months ago
Rock NYC wrote: ”Her songs are startlingly beautiful.’
Green Day subtract
a future Ozzy rejected
This is about how SXSW made itself irrelevant
It is all a little ickie, right?
A former Pussycat Doll..
soars with the bridge
Costello goes falsetto
The first great UK rock band were Cliff Richard And the Shadows
The difference between a one night stand and a marriage is longevity not depth.
Yup, it's a slow Monday! All playlists and cut and pastes. Still, Johnny Rotten is always good for handing on the stick and here he is sticking it to Ozzy Osbourne. ""Ozzy now acting like a senile delinquent is unimpressive. The sly innuendo of promoting drug abuse and catatonic stupidity offends me. Ozzy is clearly a victim, and selling that loser lifestyle shit to other people equally victimises them. That's a shame. Ozzy’s a working class man like me, yet he allows that to happen. By acting like he does all the time he implies that we’re all stupid, the …