Tag: Three AM Eternal
“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.
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?
The band seen as Punk rock’s biggest sellouts’ major label corporate sellout album would soon become the template for modern “pop punk.”
Paul McCartney confounded critics and fans alike with the choice for his band Wings’ second single.
“They can’t possibly be Christian! They’re too WEIRD!”
Blur’s 1999 album 13 was a bit of a shocker, a dark, melancholy affair, and was preceded by “Tender,” a maudlin, melancholy seven minute gospel ballad.
This poorly-performing single was the first crack in Brian Wilson’s seemingly untouchable impenetrable reign as pop maestro.