Album Of The Week

Ramona – Kill Bill: The Rapper By Nick Horenberger | Top tracks: About Last Night & Summertime (The Overflow) Have you ever had a really good time hanging out with a friend? I’m not talking about just hanging out with your friend for a few hours, playing some video games, and then heading home. The …

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Monster Movie – Can By Tyler Mandell | Top Tracks: Father Cannot Yell & Outside My Door It’s hard to think of a more influential band that hasn’t gotten their fair dues than Can. They were one of the forerunners of the late 60s-early 70s German experimental rock scene which led to the development of …

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Loaded – The Velvet Underground By Tyler Mandell | Top tracks: Who Loves the Sun, Sweet Jane, Rock & Roll  “Loaded,” the final album by legendary art-rock band The Velvet Underground had that title because the record was to be “loaded” with hits. This would come across as insane to anyone who had listened to …

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I, Jonathan – Jonathan Richman By Tyler Mandell | Top Tracks: That Summer Feeling, I Was Dancing in the Lesbian Bar, Velvet Underground  It can be difficult to talk about one of your favorite albums because it can be hard to distinguish between something that’s objectively good and someone that just appeals to your personal …

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Naked – Talking Heads By Tyler Mandell | Top Tracks: Bill, Sax and Violins, and Blind   Talking Heads’ Naked was intended somewhat as a “return to form” album for the group, attempting to bring the band’s music and dynamic back to its artsier, more experimental roots by making music through jam sessions. After their …

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