Category: rock & roll

Elvis Presley – The Platinum Collection

Elvis Presley – The Platinum Collection It is easy to run out of superlatives when talking of the phenomenon that was Elvis Presley. As a solo artist he remains unparalleled and only the Beatles have outstripped him of worldwide sales of singles and albums. We hope you enjoy this collection of music from the King […]

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The Cramps – Bad Music For Bad People

The Cramps – Bad Music For Bad People       ‘Ned Raggett ‘ An extremely skimpy compilation, Bad Music is only 31 minutes long. Still, this dog’s breakfast of material, assembled upon the Cramps’ departure from IRS, was the only place for a variety of B-sides and rarities, at least for a long while. The most […]

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Buddy Holly – Greatest Hits

Buddy Holly – Greatest Hits AMG Review: MCA remastered 18 of Buddy Holly’s best-known songs for 1996’s Greatest Hits album. While the sound is fine, it isn’t markedly better than that on From the Original Master Tapes, which also boasted a more complete track selection. Nevertheless, Greatest Hits is one of the most thorough single-disc collections […]

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Elvis Presley – Elvis Presley First Album

Elvis Presley – Elvis Presley First Album Elvis Presley – Elvis Presley is Elvis Presley‘s debut album released in 1956 to unanimous acclaim one of the pionering albums in music, not only did it launch the career of The King of Rock, it rightfuly gave him that name by launching Rock and Roll to mainstream audiences […]

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Eddie Cochran – The Best Of

Eddie Cochran – The Best Of “Although Eddie Cochran was only 21 when he died, he left a lasting mark as a rock and roll pioneer. Cochran zeroed in on teenage angst and desire with such classics as “C’mon Everybody,” “Something Else,” “Twenty Flight Rock” and “Summertime Blues.” A flashy stage dresser with a tough-sounding […]

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