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31 years ago today, Dire Straits ascended to the pinnacle of Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart with a whole lot of help from a song extolling the virtues of rock stardom, specifically the ability to “get your money for nothing and your chicks for free.”
41 years ago today, Harry Casey – that’s KC to you – and his Sunshine Band did a little dance, made a little love, and got up to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the first of five times in their career to date.
20 years ago this week, Robyn Hitchcock returned from something resembling self-imposed retirement and unleashed his debut album for Warner Brothers.
After concluding his contract with A&M Records with the release of his 1993 album, RESPECT, Hitchcock laid low for a bit, ostensibly because of the death of his father, and when he resurfaced a few years later, he was signed to Warner Brothers and sans his longtime backing group, The Egyptians.
36 years ago today, Jethro Tull released their 13th album, but if things had gone in the manner in which they’d been originally planned, then the material contained therein would’ve instead seen release as Ian Anderson’s solo debut.
Oh, sure, you know they wanna rock, and they’ve made it quite clear that they’re not gonna take it, but beyond that, just how much do you really know about these characters who call themselves Twisted Sister? Well, for those of you who have an interest in looking beyond the band’s two biggest hits and a desire to begin exploring their back catalog, we’ve got a perfect gateway drug for you: TWISTED SISTER: BEST OF THE ATLANTIC YEARS.