MATT KELLY points his shit-o-meter at an album that’s bad to the bone, and ‘dem bones are wracked with early-onset osteoporosis.
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REBEKAH DAVIES reviews a fascinating but problematic film about a songwriting genius and a song covered to the point of meaninglessness.
Conquest was a Heep album in name only writes MATT KELLY, who can’t find a nice thing to say about their turn-of-the-decade excrescence.
From the epochal genius of LA Woman to the sad drudge of Other Voices, both in 1971. “How the heck?” asks GARY STEEL.
GARY STEEL’s “countdown” of the 10 best albums of 1989 from the February 1990 issue of RTR Countdown. Oh-ho-ho!
In a rare move, MATT KELLY actually recommends smooth crooner Pat Boone’s bizarre heavy metal monstrosity.
MATT KELLY on an album that offered up Stevie Wonder as a spent force whose dull songs sounded like offcuts and just went on and on and on…
The psychedelic revolution flamed into the Summer Of Love in 1967 and Barry Miles was in the thick of it. GARY STEEL interviews the author.