Revisiting David Bowie “”Heroes””:  A musical photograph of the cold and grey Berlin

“”Heroes”” was released on October 14th, 1977 as the second album of the “Berlin Trilogy, the album followed the same style of Rock/Electronic fusion that was made in it’s predecessor “Low”, this was a new Bowie created genre, as the RCA advertisement for the album stated: “There’s Old Wave. There’s New Wave. And There’s David Bowie”

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How the Sex Pistols destroyed two contracts with two major record labels and end up a (then) smaller one

In 1976 The Sex Pistols were the hottest Punk band for record labels to sign, but major’s EMI who signed them on October 8th, and A&M dropped them way before the end of their contracts giving small label Virgin the opportunity to sign them for good. Find out why

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The surprising fact that connects The Beatles “White Album” and the Sex Pistols “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols”

Besides the great music both albums have, the 1968 acclaimed “The Beatles” and 1977 seminal Punk record “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols”, are connected through a very important detail that some people might not be aware of

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The emblematic Punk Rock song “God Save The Queen” by the Sex Pistols was released on this day in 1977

Regarded by many of the general public as an assault on Queen Elizabeth II and the monarchy, “God Save The Queen”, the emblematic and controversial Punk Rock song by the Sex Pistols was released on this day in 19

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Eurovision Song Contest 10 Best Winning Songs Of All Time

We’re “All Aboard” as Lisbon, Portugal host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Let’s look back at some of the best winning songs of the past 62 years. We decided to put together a list featuring some of the best winning songs and of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Manfred Mann’s Earth Band Prog Rock version of Springsteen’s “Blinded By The Light” goes No.1 on this day in 1977

“Blinded By The Light” was originally written and released by Bruce Springsteen, but it was through Manfred Mann’s Earth Band that the song went No.1 in 1977

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David Bowie releases “Sound And Vision” in 1977

On February 11, 1977, one of David Bowie’s most revolutionary and famous songs, “Sound And Vision” was the first single to be released from the album “Low”, the Experimental Electronic-Rock adventure of the Berlin period. The back vocals on the song were done by a very special singer

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Shakira turns 42 today

Shakira has one of the most impressive music careers of the last 20 years, the hot Colombian singer became worldwide famous during the early 2000’s with the song “Whenever, Wherever” and ever since she’s unbeatable. We look back at her career and some interesting facts about Shakira, on the day she turns 42

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The Sex Pistols Punk icon John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten turns 63

His rebellious image and fashion style led to him being asked to become the singer of the Sex Pistols by their manager, Malcolm McLaren in 1975. The band lasted less than three years but left behind a giant footprint on Rock N’ Roll history. The iconic John Lydon was born on January 31st, 1956

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Revisiting the classic soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”: Disco doesn’t necessarily need to suck

The soundtrack to the 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever”, made people dance to the unlikely Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony”. It’s perhaps the greatest Disco album ever made, we revisit the historical record on the day that it started a 24 week run at No.1 on the U.S albums charts

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The Poetry in “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols”

Yes there was poetry on the Sex Pistols lyrics, “Nevermind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols” it’s not merely the biggest Punk album of all time that still serves as a mold for Punk bands and artists, it’s an album that gives you an imagery of what the organic and original Punk movement was through music and lyrics

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