Lou Reed Sally Can't Dance Review
Lou Reed

Lou Reed Sally Can’t Dance Review

January 4, 2016 Ed 1

Lou Reed Sally Can’t Dance Review Sally Can’t Dance was Lou Reed’s fourth and most commercially successful solo album, reaching the top ten in the USA. It was the first of Lou Reed’s solo albums […]

Velvet Underground Loaded Review
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Velvet Underground Loaded Review

December 22, 2015 Ed 0

The Velvet Underground Loaded Review Loaded is the fourth and final Velvet Underground album to feature Lou Reed who left the band shortly before its release. In most fans’ eyes it is the final proper […]

The Birthday Party Mutiny!/The Bad Seed
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The Birthday Party Mutiny!/The Bad Seed Review

November 14, 2015 Ed 0

Mutiny!/The Bad Seed by The Birthday Party Review Mutiny! and The Bad Seed are the final studio recordings from Nick Cave’s The Birthday Party. Originally released as two separate EP’s, they were later combined and […]

MC5 Back in the USA review
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Back In The USA by MC5 Review

November 11, 2015 Ed 0

Back In The USA by MC5 Review Back in the USA is MC5’s second album and their first to be recorded in the studio after their “live” debut, Kick Out The Jams. Like their Detroit […]

Screaming Trees Sweet Oblivion review
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Sweet Oblivion by Screaming Trees Review

November 8, 2015 Ed 0

Sweet Oblivion by Screaming Trees Review Released at the height of grunge, Sweet Oblivion was the Screaming Trees sixth proper studio album and their best-selling work, propelled by the success of the single Nearly Lost […]

Iggy Pop New Values review
Iggy Pop

New Values by Iggy Pop Review

November 6, 2015 Ed 0

New Values by Iggy Pop Review New Values was Iggy Pop’s third solo album and signalled his first for Arista. New Values was also the first solo album he recorded without the help of David […]

Iggy Pop Lust For Life Review
Iggy Pop

Lust For Life by Iggy Pop Review

November 4, 2015 Ed 0

Lust For Life by Iggy Pop Review Iggy Pop’s second solo album, Lust For Life, turned out to be his most successful release to date. Once again, a collaboration with David Bowie, Lust For Life […]