Gorillaz – “Self-Titled” (2001) Album Review & Analysis (Track By Track)

“If you watch MTV for too long, it’s a bit like hell – there’s nothing of substance there. So we got this idea for a cartoon band, something that would be a comment on that.” – Jamie Hewlett.

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Kurt Cobain – Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings (Album Review)

“Montage of Heck is a hard pill to swallow. It’s not something you just sit down and casually indulge yourself in. Most of these songs are not even fully fledged demos. They don’t have any structure and are not meant for convincing anyone to pump money into clean-sounding studio recordings. This is one man sitting on his couch in his suburban living room, strumming a mostly unplugged guitar and sporadically creating sound collages, skits, and instrumental passages while the TV is buzzing quietly in the background.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Less played horror movie theme songs

“Pet Sematary”, “Are you ready for Freddy”, “Hellraiser”: Horror movies are rich with well-known theme songs, good ones and…not so good ones. But which ones don’t get a lot of airplay?

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Iron Maiden – “The Book of Souls” (2015) Album Review
For more than 30 years, the british rock pioneers in Iron Maiden have dominated the heavy metal scene, selling over 85 million records worldwide; more than any other new wave metal band to come out of the 1980’s. In addition to that, they’ve also never really declined in popularity,... Read more
Muse – “Drones” (2015) Album Review

“Drones” is a back-to-basics dystopian concept album that demands to be heard from beginning to end. The riffs are explosive, the songwriting poignant, and the production quality first class. The lads from Devon have never sounded this good before.” – Mathias Folsted.

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – “Chasing Yesterday” (2015) Album Review
Noel Gallagher is perhaps best known as the lead guitarist and primary songwriter for the world-famous Britpop band Oasis. His virtuosic word-smithery, signature guitar riffs, and delicate sense of rhythm and melody played an essential role in reviving global interest in british music back in the mid-1990’s, leaving a thick... Read more
Puck’s Inaugural Biennial Top 75 Songs

Welcome back to part two of my very first biennial music countdown, this time focusing on the best songs released over the past two years.

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Puck’s Inaugural Biennial Top 75 Albums

Welcome to my very first biennial edition countdown of the best albums released over the past two years.

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