A hard-hitting investigative report.
So you and your pimply band mates have decided it's time to take your recordings, slap 'em on some vinyl, and let the world hear what you're made of. But how can you be sure that anyone will actually listen?
Well, he wasn't the real Swamp Thing, and the record wasn't technically mine, but let me explain.
Or were they just lazy, opportunistic hacks?
Just look at current trends in pop music. We'll all be just fine.
This knowledge has been with me for some time, but recent observations have heightened my prejudice for this slime-drenched sect of humanity.
Here are five records I can guarantee you don't own.
Let's be honest kids, there's a ton of garbage records out there. Here's a handy guide to keep your record collection clean and your apartment off 'Hoarding: Buried Alive.'
Probably not, but that hasn't stopped the rise of pop stars going vinyl.
The story of the legendary Folkways label in five records.
43 years of 'Abbey Road' and the Paul is Dead Hoax.
And no, the Monkees and the Partridge Family didn't make the list.