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Life at 33 1/3: Bottled Up and Going Down

Alice Cooper, Alice Cooper Goes To Hell (Warner Brothers) Released: June 25, 1976 The sequel to “Welcome To My Nightmare” in every possible way. An extension...

Life at 33 1/3: The Hollies – how it all began

Between April 1963 and May 1965, The Hollies released 7 singles, 5 EPs and 2 albums, and transformed themselves from a rickety novelty act...

Life at 33 1/3: King Midas in Reverse

The Hollies entered the summer of love firing on all cylinders, and then Graham Nash picked the wrong single, and it all came crashing...

Life at 33 1/3: The album that doesn’t exist

The Beatles, A Collection Of Beatles Oldies But Goldies! (Parlophone) This is a weird one: An official Beatles-album that doesn’t exist.  Or at least that...

Life at 33 1/3: The dark horse of country music

David Allan Coe, “Castles In The Sand” (CBS) *From the vaults of Carl Meyer, an original album review written in July 1983.* Coe really is the...

Life at 33 1/3: ELO: Close to perfection

Electric Light Orchestra: A New World Record (Jet) I was an Electric Light Orchestra follower from the moment I read about the project.  After all,...

Life at 33 1/3: Rear-view mirror views

Steve Gibbons Band, ‘Street Parade’ (Polydor) *From the vaults of Carl Meyer, an original album review written in May 1980.* Steve Gibbons continues to be helplessly...

Life at 33 1/3: …but the sleeve is a classic

Depeche Mode, A Broken Frame (Mute) *From the vaults of Carl Meyer, an original record review written in October 1982.* Depeche Mode used to be Vince...

Life at 33 1/3: A crunchy great collection

The Rolling Stones, Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass) (Decca) The American version of this collection came as early as March 28, 1966, sporting...

Life at 33 1/3: Not a classic at all

Black Sabbath, Paranoid (Vertigo) Recorded in two days on a budget that would barely keep a goldfish alive.  That didn’t stop “Black Sabbath” from becoming...

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