The story of the mediocre contractual obligation that really wasn’t.
No list would be complete without this one, would it?
You’re either going to love it or hate it. And I happen to love it.
…I got nothin’.
“Woe to you that take evil for good and good for evil!”
What was intended to be a measure to keep their duo alive during a crisis, Dean Torrence’s into Pet Sounds-style pop was hated at the time–but is now considered a classic, for good reason.
The Recoup’s Tim Hinely has a lot of love for the heartbreaking orchestra pop of Yum Yum’s sole album.
All-girl garage rock band in Major Label Attempt To Turn Them Into Heavy Metal Chicks shock!
Kevin Rowland’s 1999 solo album was an astonishingly beautiful album of well-chosen covers, but was doomed because of that album sleeve…
What happens when a band releases a song featuring one of Satanism’s greatest prophets in a rather hilarious pose?