December 10, 2009

The Mac

The Mac is Back!
File:Fleetwood Mac 2009.jpg
Still going strong?

Can you?

November 26, 2009

Queens of the Stone Age

This is my fucking stage!




I'm never too sick to fight


Can you name all the Queens of the stone age singles?

November 12, 2009

Jimi Hendrix!


Unfortunate Member (co-founding) of the 27 Club

Picture   Name   Date of death   Cause of death   Fame   Aged  
Brianguitar.jpg Brian Jones July 3, 1969 Drowned in swimming pool. Rolling Stones founder and guitarist / multi-instrumentalist. 27 years and 125 days
JimiHendrix2.jpg Jimi Hendrix September 18, 1970 Asphyxiated on vomit after overdose of sleeping pills. Pioneering electric guitarist, singer and songwriter for The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsys. 27 years and 295 days
Janisjoplin.png Janis Joplin October 4, 1970 Probable heroin overdose. Lead vocalist and songwriter for Big Brother and the Holding Company, The Kozmic Blues Band and Full Tilt Boogie Band. 27 years and 258 days
Jim Morrison - Fillmore East.jpg Jim Morrison July 3, 1971 Official cause of death listed as "heart failure", however, no autopsy was performed. Lead singer, songwriter and video director for The Doors. 27 years and 207 days
Kurt-cobain.jpg Kurt Cobain c. April 5, 1994 Officially ruled as suicide by shotgun. Lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for Nirvana. 27 years and c. 44 days

November 06, 2009


D-Hemster goes to Venice so StB's Jess Fitch and James Hardy step up to the challenge! Rediscover Muse's good days!


1. Sunburn

2. Shrinking Universe

3. Shine

4. Plug in Baby

5. Map of your Head

6. Bliss

7. Can't Take My Eyes Off You

8. Unintended (acoustic)

9. Dark Shines

10. Butterflies & Hurricanes

Muse Artwork

Check out Jess's WEBSITE: htp:// !

October 30, 2009

801 Live

801 Live

  • "Most live albums are of no more than token value. '801 Live' is, like Bowie's 'David Live' or Dylan's 'Before The Flood', one of the exceptions that prove the rule... Who need Roxy Music, now anyway?" (NME)
  • "With his own floating 801 entourage, Manzanera has created one of the last - and best - psychedelic bands in the world. The band emerges not only tight but spontaneous, and the ensemble texture is rich and explosive, like the finest from the Sixties groups." (Rolling Stone)
  • "It is, in my opinion, one of the best live albums ever made. 801 Live is the beginning of a great new tradition." (The Lamb)
  • "A fine performance that mixed the spontaneity of straight rock with the undeniable virtuosity in the ranks." (Melody Maker)
  • "The most exhilarating and challenging performance of the festival... they delivered some music of stunning proportions....." (Bath and West Chronicle)
  • "The most interesting and adventurous music for the day... they hit peak after peak. Bright jazzy guitar runs, jaggedly staccato or sweetly mellifluous, powerhouse drumming, dazzling individual work, overwhelming unison and really rocking harder than anyone else the whole day." (NME)
  • "The musical highpoint of the weekend." (John Peel)
  • During the concert, these people collectively reached a point where virtually anything is possible. The music seemed to me to embody all the virtues of the very early Roxy Music, with the freedom to try and the freedom to fail. Except that now they're more confident, more able, more eloquent. Manzanera, Eno, and the rest of the "school" to which they belong have, if they wish, a lengthy and increasingly fascinating creative life ahead of them. As the words of "Tomorrow Never Knows" suggest, "801 Live" may well be simply the end of the beginning." (Melody Maker)
  • "They even have the audacity to present a version of the Beatles' 'Tomorrow Never Knows' that somehow retains the mystic charm of the original yet has that additional something that is very much a part of 801. And any band that pulls off something of that nature - as 801 successfully do - goes immediately to the top of my 'bands to look out for in '77' listing. I suggest you put them on yours." (HiFi News)
  • "'Siren' pales in comparison with '801 Live', an album brimming with ideas and inspiration. One doubts the necessity and validity of so many live albums nowadays, but '801 Live' passes the test - a perfectly balanced melange of fresh compositions, classic oldies and radically reworked studio material." (Liquorice)
  • "801 are tight, responsive and as mutually sympathetic as any established gigging/ recording band. Their music's a fruitful meeting-ground between Quiet Sun's experimental free form jazz, Roxy's snazzy commercial bite, and Eno's highly personal games/adventures with words and music." (Sounds)
  • "The outfit, 801, were formed in 1976 simply to play a few gigs for fun; fortunately, they recorded a great live album en route. Eno (at the peak of his "pop" mode) handles most of the vocals, and "Tomorrow Never Knows" is pure magic." (Uncut)

    Can be yours for just 5 of the english pounds!

    If your a youtube kinda guy/gal

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