I really don’t have much use for America these days.
Accept’s second album, 1980’s “I’m a Rebel”, is not one of their better records. I never really clicked with Accept and I’m not sure why. I think at the time I considered them AC/DC wannabes and sort of dismissed them. Going back over it again is fun, though.
I’m sure I bought this for Midnight Rider and listening to it reminds me that it’s a darn good record. My copy is a scratchy mess, though.
Not a bad record. Favorite song is probably “Chain Lightnin”
Inspired by the Tumblr blog My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection I thought I’d go through my albums one by one as well, but without writing nearly as much about each of them. My records are organized (loosely) alphabetically. So, starting from the top left, we have 38 Special. I only had a brief infatuation with […]
Today, GZ Media is the world’s biggest vinyl record producer. It has more than 1,400 employees who in 2013 pressed more than 10.5 million records. In fact, in February this year they managed to press an incredible 42,000 vinyl records in a single day. via Inside The World’s Biggest Vinyl Record Factory.
Spent an hour today wandering around in the Corner Record Shop. Ended up taking home a rather varied selection of new (and old) records. J. Geils Band – Full House. “First I Look At The Purse” is so great. Tubular Bells – Mike Oldfield. Used in The Exorcist. Makes it creepy Kill Bill Volume II […]