Released in 1976, Boston’s first album titled “Boston”, was a massive hit, selling over 17 million copies. And there’s no question why. It was recorded by singer Brad Delp and guitarist/producer Tom Scholz in a basement in the middle of Boston. Although the album only has one top ten hit, “More Than a Feeling,” peaking at number five, the album is still great. I personally have it on vinyl and love to just listen through it. There isn’t really a bad song on it at all so here’s my review.[Read more…]
Archives for September 2018
Single Sunday is a new weekly thing that we will do along with album reviews. Every Sunday, there will be a collection of singles, usually 1-3, that will be a quicker, easier read for your leisure filled Sunday. Single Sunday aims to be a more fact and background based information about the artist and the song, though it still has a song review feel to it. We hope you enjoy the 3 singles that have been selected which include: Nothing Compares 2 U by Prince, Ain’t Scared by The Tragic Thrills, and 1985 by Bowling For Soup. Enjoy!
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Fall Out Boy is an American rock band who was formed in Wilmette, Illinois just outside of Chicago, in 2001. Fall Out Boy is led by lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Patrick Stump with Pete Wentz on bass, Joe Trohman as the lead guitarist, and Andy Hurley on drums. The band initially came on as an early 2000s punk rock band which was common for the era of music. In the early 2000s Fall Out Boy as well as other punk bands such as blink-182, Green Day, Sum 41, Good Charlotte, and My Chemical Romance found their sound and soon gained a large fan base. Fall Out Boy’s debut album, Take This to Your Grave, was released in 2003 and with the heavy touring that was done after the release made the album an underground success spawning the first of Fall Out Boy’s fan base.