Tag: 1975

3AM Eternal: Alice Cooper, “Welcome To My Nightmare” (1975)

It’s Hallowe’en time again, so we’re going to prep you for that special day by giving you some scary, dark, depressing, haunting music. First up is a wonderful appearance by a master of the horror-rock genre.

MFSB: Universal Love (Big Break Records)

The Philly-based MFSB had conquered the charts in 1974 with their hit, “TSOP.” This, their follow-up, carried on the band’s growing legacy of enjoyable, groove-laden instrumental music.

MFSB: Universal Love (Big Break Records)

The Philly-based MFSB had conquered the charts in 1974 with their hit, “TSOP.” This, their follow-up, carried on the band’s growing legacy of enjoyable, groove-laden instrumental music.

Elvis Presley: Today (RCA/Legacy Recordings)

Unsurprisingly, Elvis Presley’s 1975 album Trouble wasn’t a particularly good album, but this 40th anniversary edition provides an insight into one of the more notorious Presley stories.

Elvis Presley: Today (RCA/Legacy Recordings)

Unsurprisingly, Elvis Presley’s 1975 album Trouble wasn’t a particularly good album, but this 40th anniversary edition provides an insight into one of the more notorious Presley stories.

Bad Company: Bad Company/Straight Shooter (Rhino)

British blues-rockers Bad Company’s first two albums have been expanded and remastered. They were beloved 40 years ago, and are still fresh and vibrant today.

Bad Company: Bad Company/Straight Shooter (Rhino)

British blues-rockers Bad Company’s first two albums have been expanded and remastered. They were beloved 40 years ago, and are still fresh and vibrant today.