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Top 40 - A Retrospective - 1977

1977. The year punk broke? Perhaps. But so much else was still going on — David Bowie and Brian Eno and sometimes Iggy Pop had camped out in Berlin, at Hansa Studios, and made some of the most important music of their respective careers. 765 more words


Review of Hillsong United's New Album: Empires

I would have to say that one of the most influential, relevant, and touching songs I have ever known is Hillsong United’s “Oceans” from their 2013 Zion album. 918 more words

Song of the Day, May 26: The Rhythm of the Heat by Peter Gabriel

Today’s song is the opening track from Peter Gabriel’s brilliant fourth album, dubbed Security by his US label. It’s a perfect start to the disc, showcasing the singer’s growing interest in sounds from around the world. 109 more words

Song Of The Day

Experimental Art-Filled Soul From Australia's Favorite Musical Chameleon Daniel Johns — New Album Talk is Reviewed Here

Australia’s one-time ‘Silverchair’ front-man and creatively original singer-songwriter Daniel Johns has been ‘silent’ for 8 years.

His long awaited album is therefore called “ 152 more words

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