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Remember Whensday – Thriller

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This week in 1983, perhaps the best album of all time just went #1 on the charts: Michael Jackson’s Thriller. While I am a constant abuser of hyberbole, I honestly do believe that Thriller holds a permanent place on the proverbial Mount Rushmore of American popular music. Say what you want about the closing chapter […]

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Discs From The Desk

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The Roosevelts – Cold Sheets One of my biggest pet peeves is using the names of popular people in order to hang on their coattails and, hopefully, catch a glimmer of their popularity in the process. I hate when people who don’t have the surname “Poe” decide to adopt it. I hate when a group […]

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Remember Whensday – Billie Joe Armstrong

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Happy birthday Billie Joe Armstrong! The Green Day lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter turned 43 yesterday (even though I’m pretty sure he will forever be stuck in his twenties. Have you seen him? He just doesn’t age). This past year has been pretty busy for Armstrong and his clan, as it was announced in 2014 […]

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Discs From The Desk

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Zubberdust! – Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche This album comes to us from a Montreal band that isn’t afraid to throw funk and electronic music into long experimental jams. If the artwork itself doesn’t give away how experimental they are, then just look at the back with the tracklist. You will see that […]

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Remember Whensday – Beatles Firsts

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This week’s Grammy Awards was yet another chance for us to admire the biggest names in popular music today. While all the coverage (and unavoidable controversy) has made up a massive portion of this week’s social media trends, it was great to see artists I adore and respect getting some attention up on stage. What’s […]

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Remember Whensday – The Clothing Mistake Seen ‘Round The World

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The first week of February is often associated with many things, including but not limited to: the beginning of the worst month of the year, the occasional winter olympics and, of course, the Super Bowl. Though none of these explicitly involve music, there is a rather recent aspect of the latter which will go down […]

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