A Week In Review: Music By Alice Cooper, KISS, And More…

AND THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGING…

It comes as no surprise to those of you who are interested in music, that Shallow Graves Nick Kruger is a connoisseur when it comes to all things Musical. That is why for our Week In Review, we will highlight some of Nick’s reviews on some of his favorite bands! Just click on the picture, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!!!

1. Alice Cooper Goes Dark With 1983’s ‘Dada’

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Watch David Bowie And Mick Jagger’s “Dancing In The Street” Legoified!!

It Just Got Better!!!

Since the music video for Mick Jagger and David Bowie‘s incarnation of “Dancing In The Streets” hit the airwaves, people have been making fun at how awkwardly hilarious the whole package is. Even though it was created for Live Aid, the strange and unforgettable choreography only compliments their wardrobe and set choices. So of course it was only a matter of time that the glorious video would meet with Lego to create a harmonious marriage. Continue reading

THROWBACK THURSDAY: My Top 5…Hair Metal And Horror

Decline Of The Western Civilization Part 2 My Butt!!

Smile!!

Smile!!

The 80’s were a very vibrant time full of great metal acts! It was also a time of parents thinking their children were Satanists! Soooo…metal heard opportunity a-knocking and opened the dungeon door. Here’s a few of my favorites! Continue reading

Alice Cooper Goes Dark With 1983’s ‘Dada’

His Scariest Album To Date

Out of all of Cooper’s famous hits like “School’s Out“, “Welcome To My Nightmare“, and “Feed My Frankenstein“, the average person really doesn’t delve deep into his discography. Hardcore fans though will reference albums like Zipper Catches Skin, Flush The Fashion, and his most misunderstood concept album Dada. Continue reading

LATEST NEWS…FLASH/SUPERGIRL MUSICAL CROSSOVER “DUET” GETS ITS OWN ORIGINAL SONG

SUPERFRIENDS GET A SUPER SONG!!!

Who doesn’t love musical episodes of their favorite TV shows. Hell, I still sing to a few of my favorites Buffy the Vampire Slayers “Once More With Feeling” and yes.. Xena’s “The Bitter Suite”, so it didn’t shock me when they announced a Flash/Supergirl Musical Crossover event titled “Duet”!

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A Farewell To Sir John Hurt…

Fans And Celebrities Give Their Final Words On The Great Actor

Legendary actor Sir John Hurt passed away today at the age of 77. He is known for his many roles including V For Vendetta, Elephant Man, and Doctor Who. Hurts wife released a statement saying “John was the most sublime of actors and the most gentlemanly of gentlemen with the greatest of hearts and the most generosity of spirit…He touched all our lives with joy and magic and it will be a strange world without him.”

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KISS Loses Sight With “Music From The Elder”

The Black Sheep Of The KISS Family

KISS…whether you like them or not, have locked themselves into the annals of rock history with songs like “Rock and Roll All Nite“, “Strutter“, “Beth“, the list can literally go on and on. But we’re not going to talk about that today. Instead we’ll be discussing one of their misadventures. The band’s intended magnum opus “Music From The Elder” was to be a concept album of epic proportions. Sadly, it was one of their biggest blunders…or was it? Let’s set the scene.
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Lizzy Borden…”The Nightmare…Songs Are Made From!”

UNSOLVED MYSTERIES…

Lizzie Borden Nursery Rhyme

As a young child growing up in New England, I remember singing this song during recess while playing hop scotch or soaring high on the swing sets. Children rarely pay attention to the meaning of nursery rhymes, and that moment in our lives when we learn about the morbidity of those beloved songs is for lack of a better word…SHOCKING!

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Check Out The Animated Short “The Cat Piano” Narrated By Nick Cave

Did We Mention It Was Award Winning?

“In a city of singing cats, a lonely beat poet falls for a beautiful siren. When a mysterious dark figure emerges, kidnapping the town’s singers for his twisted musical plans, the poet must save his muse and put an end to the nefarious tune that threatens to destroy the city.” Continue reading