• Retro Music Review

    To Hell with the Devil – Retro Album Review.

    In 1986, Stryper released the album "To Hell with the Devil." I loved this album and I still do. Sure - the album cover made a lot of people mad, but dang - you have to admit - the four members throwing the Devil into Hell is pretty badass! Besides - the band did change the album cover. So how does To Hell With the Devil hold up in 2018? Come explore with me, and we'll both see!

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    Retro Music Review: U2 – Live “Under a Blood Red Sky”

    When I was maybe ten or eleven, I got my very first U2 tape: U2 – Live “Under a Blood Red Sky.” The album has a lot of sentimental meaning to my life – as U2 has since become one of my all time favorite bands. I’ve listened to the album probably several hundred, maybe even a thousand times. I think I know every note played, every lyric sang, and  every word Bono says in between or even during the eight songs. My relationship with  Under a Blood Red Sky makes the album prime fodder for a Retro Album Review. It is time I looked at the album through fresh…

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    Retro Album Review: Passafist (1994)

    Recently I’ve been dealing with my midlife crisis by exploring all the music I loved in my youth. Of course, some of this music has held up pretty well despite my current standards, while some of this music sounds pretty dated. The top 40 music I so loved as a teen isn’t really what I enjoy now, though some of the album rock I listened to in college is still quite amazing and relevant. The general idea is to review albums as a whole, though I might review certain songs on their own, or perhaps certain artists. The first album I want to review is certainly on the obscure side:…