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Colin Kelly (King of Braves)
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Bob Marley - No Woman No Cry
I like Bob Marley; I think everyone does. I do not however, love Bob Marley, I would by lying if I said so. This is slightly unexpected I suppose, because I fall into a category of human being where it is socially expected that I should love Bob Marley. ...

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Iggy Pop - The Passenger
Iggy Pop has had a long career. Despite his many albums, songs and tours, Iggy is best known for his early works, both with The Stooges, but also his first few solo albums. When people think of Iggy Pop most of them probably think of “Lust for Life,” Iggy’...

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Led Zeppelin - Gallows Pole
Led Zeppelin has a lot more cover songs than most people know; this is fundamentally true for two reasons. The first explanation resides in the simple truth that Led Zeppelin are the greatest band ever, so naturally their versions of songs are vastly bette...

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Led Zeppelin - How Many More Times
Music, and all art, is a perpetual motion machine. Ideas grow from other ideas and spawn new inspiration in an endless cycle of connectivity. There is no beginning, and there is no end. Led Zeppelin is the greatest thing that ever happened. As someone wh...

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Tegan and Sara - Arrow & Sentimental Tune
Arrow: Sentimental Tune: Of all my favorite bands Tegan and Sara must be the strangest odd one out. I listen to a lot of metal and classic rock, so the indie rock pop style of Tegan and Sara, while enjoyable to all, in theory should not rank that high in m...

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The Tea Party - Release
On March 25th I will attend my tenth Tea Party concert. The Tea Party are more than just a band for me, they are like old friends, and while I have never met any of them personally, I have seen them so many times and I know their music so thorough and so w...

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HIM - For You
I always thought it was bold of HIM to have their debut album titled “Greatest Love Songs Volume 666.” Unless they were implying that, there were six hundred and sixty five other albums before theirs that qualified as the other collection of the greatest l...

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Dance of the Vampires
Jim Steinman is quiet possibly the most underrated song writer of all time. Steinman is best known for his work with Meat Loaf, as he wrote literally every song Meat Loaf recorded until the half and half mix of “Bat Out of Hell 3.” However, he was very bus...

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Meat Loaf - Everything Louder Than Everything Else
1977 was a good year for Meat Loaf and the gang, “Bat Out of Hell” was a super hit and the world tours that followed were smash hits. But things were turning ugly. Meat Loaf partied and toured himself to exhaustion and began to lose his voice, also he mad...

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Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell
Approximately forty years ago, Jim Steinman and Michael Lee Aday, better known as Meat Loaf, set out to create the ultimate motor cycle crash song. They succeeded. When I was a child my parents owned a copy of “Bat Out of Hell” on vinyl, and I remember loo...
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