Pedazo De Pastel is a delightful collection culled from a one-off Mudhoney recording session shortly before they began recording their major label debut.
When he died in 1994, it was assumed that Harry Nilsson had largely retired from making music. A brand new collection from Omnivore Recordings offer up Nilsson’s final recordings taken from a heretofore unknown recording session two years prior to his sudden death.
To celebrate what would have been the 30th Anniversary of the iconic Dallas-based Alternative Rock station 94.5 KDGE, we reminisce about the greatest legacy the station gave us–a love affair with one of the best psychedelic bubblegrunge bands of all time, Tripping Daisy.
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The 18th anniversary of a punk rocker’s tragic death causes us to wax philosophical on the very first single of his that I owned, as well as a recollection on how he helped to launch my online writing career.
Taken from the 1992 Cherry Red release, Primitive Painters.
Taken from the Columbia/Legacy Recordings release, “Live from Liberty Lunch, TX” Thursday 12/3/92.
Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen’s sixth album was a frustrating listen; on one hand, it offered some fine explorations of his talents. On the other, it offered up hard rock productions that had become passé by the time of the album’s release. This reissue gives the listener a chance to reevaluate the album, twenty-five years on.
k.d. lang’s 1992 album Ingénue was her attempt at a pop crossover, and it succeeded beyond all expectations. This twenty-fifth anniversary deluxe edition is skimpy and frustrating, but it doesn’t change the fact that Ingénue is both one of her finest albums of her career and one of the best albums of the 1990s.
Some thoughts on the bittersweet, unfortunately timed deluxe reissue of the Singles soundtrack.