Review

Revisiting Blue Cheer “Vincebus Eruptum” 

It’s a common a place for music fans to consider 1970 “Black Sabbath” the first Metal album but San Francisco band Blue Cheer were the first ones to change the game when they released their influential album “Vincebus Eruptum” on this day in 1968

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The Strange Days Of The Doors

The Doors are to this day one of the most influential rock bands that ever existed, no doubt about it, even if you don’t like their music, but their influence spreads beyond rock music and beyond music even. In this article we’ll explore The Doors second album “Strange Days released on September 25th, 1967

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Salò: A Necessary Evil

The 60’s and 70’s were prodigal in experimental European cinema that touched, and not just slightly, new grounds of controversy, we revisit the controversial Pier Paolo Pasolini, movie “Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom”

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Revisiting “Vanilla Sky”

A remake of the Spanish movie “Abre Los Ojos”, “Vanilla Sky” it’s a beautiful movie about the tragedy of life and how you can lose everything that really matters on a glimpse of an eye by choosing one of two paths

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Playing Mind Games: “Angel’s Heart”

In the 1950’s detective Harry Angel is a New York private detective that is hired by a mysterious wealthy man. This is the starting point for one of the chilliest movies of the 1980’s, an Alan Parker cult classic, “Angel’s Heart”, starring Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro

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More Than Britpop: “Suede”

In the early 1990’s, British bands such as Blur, Elastica, Oasis or Pulp rose to a Rock music scene then dominated by American Grunge Rock. All those bands were able to distance themselves from the Grunge trend eventually developing what would be called Britpop. Suede were one of the bands, with a rougher edge to it, sharper guitars and vocals, they released their debut self titled album “Suede” in 1993

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