Amy Christa Ernano The answer stating Axl Rose is incorrect. Rose has a five octave range — impressive, but not the greatest. Mike Patton of Faith No More/Mr. Bungle is currently recognized as having the widest vocal range in popular music at over 6 octaves (and for the record, David Lee Roth and Corey Taylor both also […]

Matt Aliberti Blue Oyster Cult is a criminally underrated band. I can count on one hand the songs that i dislike, their catalog is full of interesting, edgy well crafted songs that span across the entire genre of rock. They are more than Don’t Fear the Reaper and Burning for You, which accounts for 95 […]

Muiris Mac Cartaine A couple of prior answers mentioned Moe Tucker of the Velvet Underground and she’s on my minimalist list. I’m set Free off their 3rd album is note perfect drum wise, there’s nothing excessive, no unnecessary fills yet the drums change throughout the song and are perfect especially behind the guitar solo. All Tomorrows Parties from their […]

Alpcan Aras A really good question. The song Bohemian Rhapsody includes such names as: Scaramouche, a clown character from Comedia dell’Arte Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango? Galileo Galilei, astronomist and Figaro, a character of Rossini’s Barber of Seville Galileo(Galileo),Galileo(Galileo), Galileo Figaro Beelzebub, a devil in Christianism Beelzebub, has a devil put aside for me, for […]

James O’Connor Well… This question lends itself purely to taste since so many albums, even by incredibly famous bands, were somewhat ignored by the public and critics alike. I’m a musical child of this era, growing up listening to AM, then the fledgling FM radio of the time. From AM came the hits, all day […]

Bob Smith Boston the band saw the height of it’s popularity in the 1970’s but continues to tour and produce music today . The band was essentially three former members of an early group called Freehold in 1969 .Those individuals being Tom Scholz, Barry Goudreau and Jim Masdea . That band would then become known […]

“Mandrill” is the first offering from the five-track The Third Chimpanzee EP By Matthew Ismael Ruiz November 17, 2020 Martin Gore, photo by Travis Shinn Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore has announced a new five-track EP called The Third Chimpanzee. It’s led by a new song titled “Mandrill.” The EP is due out January 29 via Mute. Check out the “Mandrill” visual below. “The […]

By Gary Trust 11/16/2020 The two new tallies rank songs based on streaming and sales data from more than 200 territories. Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez‘s “Dakiti” becomes the first Latin music hit to simultaneously rule both the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts. The song ascends to its first week atop the former and leads the latter list […]

Jack Antonoff has also released another solo single called “45” By Noah Yoo November 16, 2020 Jack Antonoff and Bruce Springsteen in Bleaches’ “chinatown,” directed by Carlotta Kohl Bleachers has returned with two new songs: “chinatown,” featuring fellow New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen, and another track called “45.” Below, listen to both songs and find the video for “Chinatown,” […]

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