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Ok, we’ve got Van Morrison squaring off against Randy Newman! I don’t know how TigerBeat missed the boat on this one…
As you know from our regular “Doing a 180” posts, we’ve made it a point to reissue classic albums on 180-gram vinyl on a regular basis, but we’ve got one coming up tomorrow that we thought was worth mentioning prior to its actual release, if only because it’s one of the most important live albums in alt-rock history.
20 years ago, Pantera released the eighth studio album of their career, and it remains one of the most intense, hard-hitting LPs in their catalog. To celebrate this momentous anniversary, we’re reissuing THE GREAT SOUTHERN TRENDKILL in a very special 20th anniversary edition that may actually rock harder than the album did in its original release, and while we can appreciate why you might be skeptical of this claim, just wait ‘til you see the track listing.
It's still mighty warm out there but we're bringing on the fall with a few new favorites. Won't you please join us?
Since 1996, there hasn’t been a holiday season that hasn’t featured the Trans-Siberian Orchestra as part of its soundtrack: the musical collective founded by Paul O’Neill took the world by storm with its debut album, CHRISTMAS EVE AND OTHER STORIES, and they’ve continued to keep fans happy by touring on a regular basis as well as releasing new albums when the spirit moves them.
42 years ago today, Daryl Hall and John Oates released the album that confused their fans and concluded their contract with Atlantic Records, but it was also their first album to hit the Billboard 200 and was later described by Ahmet Ertegun as one of the “great moments in the history of the label.”