I scanned this from the July, 1880 issue of St. Nicholas Magazine. I’m still floored by the brutality of Victorian England.
I found these little gems while putzing around a yard sale at some big-ass mansiony ranch-type place in Marin County, CA. $2 for both! Presumably one has Jawa sounds (gotta find diskette 1) and the other “Palpatine lighting” (maybe the original sound? video clip?). Anyway, I’m definitely going back because that guy was selling all his Star Wars shit for dirt cheap.
Found this on my way to work. It was stuck in the slats of a bus bench. Kanashi Pengin, whatever it is, is pretty cute, yeah?
Little known Eurodance album by Penny Hardaway from 1994. It was clearly a rip-off of “What is Love” by Haddaway, but we were all so entranced by the Orlando Magic back then that no one gave it a second thought. As far as non-basketball endeavors by Orlando Magicians, it sure beats the shorts off of Steel, Blue Chips, and Kazaam.
One of Alizarin Crimson’s later albums, Bravery Test, was a huge departure from their strict prog-rock roots. From this point on, AC would focus more on synth piano riffs, meandering guitars and, frankly, overproduced drums. Like most people, I prefer the nutty time signatures and raw drum solos from albums like Happy Accidents and Slap The Devil. Plus, I don’t know what happened to Bobby Ross’s vocals when they recorded this, because they’re rotten.