Heavy Metal Parking Lot is the 1986 Judas Priest Concert movie that features mullets, muscle cars, and metal: What do you usually do when you go to a heavy metal concert? PARTY!!!!!
Eight fantastic tunes to listen to whilst you celebrate Christmas with the Devil!: Loving family, festive lights, settling in front of a roaring fire to sing “Jingle Bell Rock” and “I’ll be Home for Christmas” with your loving in-laws and some chestnuts roasting over an open fire.
Alex Winter shares who created the Wyld Stallyns Logo: Here it is, the answer to one of life's greatest questions. Better yet, we get the answer straight from one of the Great Ones, Bill S. Preston, Esquire, himself.
All of the Van Halen Album Covers, plus the Van Halen Logo, the band, and their cover art: Van Halen album covers were always a sight to behold. Whether it was photography based or illustrated, they (almost) always brought artistic value to the table when releasing an album. Below are all 12 studio Van Halen album covers, both live album covers, and the two compilation …
WAAF Boston, 107.3 FM: Untamed real rock of the 80s (hair metal), 90s (grunge/alternative), and beyond.: 107.3 WAAF Boston was THE radio station to listen to in the Boston area. WFNX was great, WBCN pretty good, NH’s 101.1 could be counted on for rock blocks, 95.5 in Providence always had good stuff. But really, 107.3 was the best.
Hair Metal: The Immortal 80s (Guitar) God of the Sunset Strip that Seattle Grunge bands drowned in Aquanet!: Leaving a trail of (stripper) glitter from The Rainbow to the Whiskey-A-Go-Go, hair metal left an indelible mark on the Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, and, the rest of the United States of America (and the world for that matter). 80s hair metal bands ruled the musical roost for the …
80s Day: Loon Mountain throws the Best Après-Ski Party slope-side next to the Bunyan Room: Bitchin’ tunes, blinding neon ski outfits, and Bud Heavy, what could be better than 80s day at Loon Mountain?
Goodbye, Winamp. Goodbye.: Unexpectedly, it leaves it's spouse, Napster, of California, it's two siblings, Windows Media Player of Redmond, WA, and, iTunes of Cupertino, CA, and a host of children, Winamp skins, Winamp plugins, and Winamp visualizations, scattered throughout the world.