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A Flock of SeagullsA Flock of Seagulls
A Flock of Seagulls
Haircuts aside, A Flock of Seagulls is an underrated band. Wait, hold on a minute, I know what you're thinking (or shouting loudly): "Are you out of your ever-loving mind?" Perhaps, but please hear me out. [Read more]

An Overview
I’m probably going to catch a lot of heat from Asia fans for this blog post (just kidding, there are no living Asia fans), but we need to be honest with ourselves. History is important to our future and understanding the mistakes we’ve made in the past will only make us stronger as we move forward as a civilization. [Read more]

Crimes of Passionpat benatar
Crimes of Passion
If you bought this record in 1980, you got a pretty decent guitar rock record that bordered on pop but was quite a distance from any kinda synthy new wave shit. No, it’s not the Pretenders—it’s actually closer to Blondie (but not so cloyingly cute and clever as that band had become by the start of the 80s). [Read more]

The Carsthe cars
The Cars
Talk about debuts that dominate, this Boston band could have packed it all in after one record and they still would have achieved legendary status. As it was, they didn’t and therefore were able to set the tone for the coming decade and their dominance of it. [Read more]

Falco may be familiar to those of a certain age who remember being bombarded by “Rock Me Amadeus” circa 1986. As a result of that shelling, we can be forgiven for being a little shell-shocked by his somewhat ridiculous attempt at white boy rap. [Read more]

GNR LiesGuns and Roses
GNR Lies
In the late 80s and early 90s, Guns and Roses were the biggest band in the world. And they weren't whinny little twits like Billy Corgan either. They were nasty, dirty, drunken, drugged out, impolite rock stars. [Read more]

Come on Feel the LemonheadsThe Lemonheads
Come on Feel the Lemonheads

How you feel about the Lemonheads really comes down to how you feel about Evan Dando. I personally, never enjoyed his antics much, but I will concede that he is capable of writing a decent pop song. [Read more]

Metro MusicMartha and the Muffins
Metro Music
Far superior to what many 80s bands were producing at the dawn of that decade, Martha and the Muffins mangaged to sound fairly fresh and, unlike many of their contemporaries, hair cuts were kept in relative check. (Yeah, I’m talking to you Kajagoogoo.) [Read more]

Men at Work
Business as Usual


Too Tough to Die

Rights of the Accussed
Kick Happy, Thrill Hungry, Ready and Willing

Into the Gap

Thoughts of Yesterday 1981-1982

the unforgiven
The Unforgiven

An Overview

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