In one of his first live review assignments, GARY STEEL was surprised to find that novelty act Racey wasn’t as cack as he’d thought they’d be.
GARY STEEL wrote this review for the Evening Post back in March 1980. It’s not something he’s proud of.
MATT KELLY saw Robert Plant as someone to trust to always do the right thing. That is, until he released this piece of unmitigated poop.
Jeff Wayne’s War Of The Worlds stubbornly remains as bad as it is beautiful, writes GARY STEEL, who reveals its magic formula.
In this occasional series, GARY STEEL pays tribute to lesser-known records that really rock. Today it’s Spacesuit’s turn.
Reunion albums often suck but they’re rarely as godawful as this egg-on-face progressive rock travesty, writes MATT KELLY.
GARY STEEL was there when Wellington synth-pop band The Body Electric’s ‘Pulsing’ took off in 1982. Here’s his take on the phenomenon.
The ‘Boom Boom Let’s Go Back To My Room’ guy didn’t even have one entertaining album in him, MATT KELLY discovers.