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The 90’s And The Decline Of Music

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Man, I’m pissed. I’m more than pissed, I want to throw something sharp (like a katana) at my television. Why you ask? So here I am watching a DVD of one of the greatest bands to come out of the whole 90’s alternative thing, Local H. “Whoa“, you’re probably thinking,[…]

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Got You Cover’d • Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon

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… watching drunk, provincial troglodytes stampeding to the dance floor screaming “Sweet Caroline“ I have issues with Neil Diamond …A Lot! Perhaps it’s because an ex-girlfriend loved him so much. Maybe’s it’s because my Mom seems to like him. (And we all know that rebellious kids don’t generally like what[…]

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Dead Sara • Let Rock Reign

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The day was inching forward to what was eventually to be the highlight of my trip. Though I had only seen various Dead Sara YouTube videos over the last year, I intended to buy the album there at the Bunbury Music Festival at the merch tent so that they were[…]

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Bunbury Festival • Up Close with The Black Cadillacs

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… dark, swirling rain, and lightning flashing everywhere. Mother Nature was not going to stop me. The weather forecaster that reported sunshine and eighty-eight degree temperatures should be damned! On the last day, at the least fortuitous moment, a torrential downpour enforced its wrath on the city of Cincinnati’s Sawyer[…]

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Walking Papers • Voice Of An Angell

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Our ears bleed due to most mainstream music that is unapologetically being shoved down our throats… In the metaphoric minefield of lost music groups, there have been many artists with talent to burn that never received their proper due. A few that come to mind are Big Star of Memphis,[…]

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Got You Cover’d • Hallelujah

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Jeff Buckley was that voice and “Hallelujah” was the song destined for him alone. In 1984, songwriter Leonard Cohen released his single “Hallelujah“. This high holy song was hell initially as it consisted of eighty verses before being editing. A Leonard Cohen composition though it may be, it didn’t find[…]

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