Tag: Three AM Eternal

3 AM Eternal: Hillsong United: The White Album Project (2014)

“Woe to you that take evil for good and good for evil!”

3AM Eternal: Jan & Dean: Save For A Rainy Day (1967)

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.

3AM Eternal: The Pandoras “Run Down Love Battery” (1988)

All-girl garage rock band in Major Label Attempt To Turn Them Into Heavy Metal Chicks shock!

3AM Eternal: Kevin Rowland “The Greatest Love Of All” (1999)

Kevin Rowland’s 1999 solo album was an astonishingly beautiful album of well-chosen covers, but was doomed because of that album sleeve…

3AM Eternal: The Rods “Do Anything You Wanna Do” (1977)

What happens when a band releases a song featuring one of Satanism’s greatest prophets in a rather hilarious pose?

3AM Eternal: Jawbreaker “Fireman” (1995)

The band seen as Punk rock’s biggest sellouts’ major label corporate sellout album would soon become the template for modern “pop punk.”

3AM Eternal: Wings “Mary Had A Little Lamb” (1972)

Paul McCartney confounded critics and fans alike with the choice for his band Wings’ second single.

3AM Eternal: The Danielson Famile “Rubbernecker” (1998)

“They can’t possibly be Christian! They’re too WEIRD!”

3AM Eternal: Blur “Tender” (1999)

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.

3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys “The Little Girl I Once Knew” (1965)

This poorly-performing single was the first crack in Brian Wilson’s seemingly untouchable impenetrable reign as pop maestro.