The story of a creepy little song on a pen-pal’s enigmatic mix tape, and a years-long mystery.
Major-label “goth” anthem from the 1980s, but it–and the film it came from–served as a gateway drug to a generation of Goth kids….
One of Foreigner’s final chart-topping singles marked a distinctive change in their sound, but still lives on as a familiar FM radio staple.
A song that’s a lot more fun than you realize, with a video that was both hilarious and yet controversial for Carl Wilson’s appearance.
This previously unreleased recording of soft-rocker Andrew Gold captures the singer/songwriter on stage and in fine form.
The noise-and-feedback-loving Jesus and Mary Chain’s switch towards the melodic and melancholic resulted in this lovely single from 1987.
Welsh rockers The Alarm broke onto American radio thanks to an anthemic song that recalls U2.
The King is Dead…so let’s pay tribute!
Upon its release in 1987, Heaven on Earth, Belinda Carlisle‘s second solo album, was a grand slam hit. The Go-Go’s lead singer had parlayed the success of her previous band with 1986’s Belinda, which spawned one excellent single, “Mad About You,” but was overall a weak effort from an artist trying to create her own identity… Read More ›
We’re going to be doing some different things with this feature, one of which is today’s offering, a collection of the videos released from today’s featured review, which will be posted later this morning. I’ve tried to gather up all the official videos from official sources, but that’s not always possible, so the quality varies…. Read More ›