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Rock Hard

Jimi Jamison’s previously unreleased 1990 solo album! After leading Survivor to the top of the charts in the mid-’80s with hits like “I Can’t ... continue reading

Wild Dogs

Dwight Twilley’s fourth solo album, and sixth release overall, Wild Dogs is a brilliant pop/rock album that never got a fair chance — until ... continue reading

The Light User Syndrome

The Fall’s first and only release on the reactivated Jet Records label, The Light User Syndrome is often acclaimed as the last classic-style Fall ... continue reading

Another Grey Area

Graham Parker’s 1982 album, Another Grey Area, is the pivot point in his remarkable career. While the singer-songwriter is justly famous for the work ... continue reading

Remote Control

Looking to break out of the commercial funk that had plagued the band since their brilliant debut, The Tubes looked to wunderkind producer and ... continue reading

The Completion Backward Principle

The Tubes’ first album for Capitol/EMI found them paired with up and coming producer and songwriter, David Foster in search of a more commercial ... continue reading

Outside Inside

Commercial success had finally arrived for The Tubes with the release of The Completion Backward Principle. The rock radio airplay and Top 40 success ... continue reading

Carl Wilson

Carl Wilson took a hiatus from The Beach Boys in the early 1980s in an attempt to do something slightly more aggressive than what ... continue reading

The Hoople

The last in the triumvirate of Mott’s classic glitter rock albums, The Hoople (1974) was the band’s third album release on CBS/Columbia Records, following ... continue reading


Youngblood, originally released by Caribou/Epic Records in 1983, was the second solo album from legendary Beach Boys vocalist Carl Wilson. In contrast to the ... continue reading