Items filtered by date: December 2021
07 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
In the Court of the Crimson King initially received mixed reactions from contemporary critics. Village Voice critic Robert Christgau called the album "ersatz shit", while John Morthland of Rolling Stone said King Crimson had "combined aspects of many musical forms to create a surreal work of force and originality". The album has since attained classic status, with AllMusic praising it "[a]s if somehow prophetic, King Crimson projected a darker and edgier brand of post-psychedelic rock" in its original review by Lindsay Planer, and calling it "definitive" and "daring" in its current review. In Classic Rock reviews of King Crimson's 2009 reissues, Alexander Milas described In the Court of the Crimson King as the album which "blew off the doors of musical convention and cemented these quintessentially British innovators' place in rock history for all time"
06 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
Κυκλοφορεί το 1990.
05 Dec
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Naked Raygun is an American punk band formed in Chicago in 1980. Initially active until 1992, the band had one reunion show in 1997 at the Metro and a full-time reformation in 2006.
04 Dec
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The Dirtbombs are an American garage rock band based in Detroit, Michigan, notable for blending diverse influences such as punk rock and soul while featuring a dual bass guitar, dual drum and guitar lineup. The Dirtbombs were formed by Mick Collins (of the influential garage punk band The Gories) as a side project and started recording songs by 1995.
03 Dec
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The Miracle Workers were a rock and roll band in the 1980s, who began as a garage rock revival band in Portland, Oregon.
02 Dec
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The Nazz was an American rock band formed in Philadelphia in 1967. The group was founded by guitarist and principal songwriter Todd Rundgren and bassist Carson Van Osten.[3] Drummer Thom Mooney and vocalist/keyboardist Robert "Stewkey" Antoni joined soon after. The group's first major concert had them opening for the Doors in 1967. The group is best known for their debut single, "Open My Eyes" backed with "Hello It's Me". Their name was derived from the Yardbirds' song "The Nazz Are Blue". Between 1968 and 1971, the Nazz released three albums (Nazz, Nazz Nazz, and Nazz III). Following the group's disbandment in 1969, Rundgren pursued a solo career, and in 1972, recorded a new version of "Hello It's Me" that reached number 5 on the U.S. charts.
01 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
Daniel Fredrick Sartain (August 13, 1981 – March 20, 2021) was an American musician.His music encompasses a variety of genres, including rockabilly, punk rock and the blues.
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