Releases Worth Getting April 20, 2010

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Crazy Heart
Fist of Legend
Motorhead: The Early Years

Deep Purple: Singles & EP Anthology 68-80
Merle Haggard: I Am What I Am

Weekly Band Profile: Girlschool

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Name: Girlschool
From: London, England
Web Site:
Lifespan: 1977–present
Genre: Heavy Metal
Best Release: Play Dirty
Hit and Run
Screaming Blue Murder
Play Dirty
Running Wild
Nightmare at Maple Cross
Take a Bite
21st Anniversary: Not That Innocent
Live and More
1-2-3-4 Rock’n’Roll
Thank metal is a boys club? Always has been and always will be? Think again, Girlschool has been rocking faces off just as hard as any metal band since the 70’s. Friends with Motorhead so you know they’ve got to have some class and being from the UK 30 years ago, you most likely guessed they were one of the bands that helped metal make it’s roots take hold. Like many bands that have been around for this long they’ve had a rotating cast of members, and one death in the band (Kelly Johnson), but they’ve still managed to keep it together and have released material as recently as 2008.

Weekly Band Profile: Leatherface

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Name: Leatherface
From: Sunderland, United Kingdom
Web Site:
Lifespan: 1988-present
Genre: Punk/Rock
Best Release: BYO Split Series, Vol. 1 (split with Hot Water Music)
Cherry Knowle
Fill Your Boots
The Last
Live in Oslo
Discography Part One
Discography Part Two
Dog Disco
The Stormy Petrel
Razor Blades And Aspirin
Smokey Joe
Not Superstitious
I Want The Moon
Seconds Out, Round One (split with The Boo Radleys, Doctor Phibes. and Scorpio Rising.)
Compact & Bijou
Hops & Barley (split with Wat Tyler)
Do the Right Thing
Mackem Bastards
Little White God
Your Choice Live Series (split with Jawbox)
BYO Split Series, Vol. 1 (split with Hot Water Music)
Bonus Live
Frankie Stubbs is the closest thing you’re going to get to a punk rock Lemmy, unless of course you’re talking about Lemmy himself. Leatherface is also draws some parallels with Motorhead, they both seem to draw heavily on rock n roll but add their own spin on it. They’ve done a split with Hot Water Music, which was a perfect ‘raspy vocals’ pairing. They’ve been going strong for over 20 years now and I’m hoping they don’t stop anytime soon.

REVIEW: White Line Fever

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Want to know about the man, the myth the legend? The greatest Englishman to ever live, the driving force behind one of the greatest bands of all time, Motorhead – Lemmy Kilmister? Pick up ‘White Line Fever’ and you will know who Lemmy really is. Written by Lemmy himself we’ve got 320 pages of pure greatness from the man who lives, drinks and smokes Rock n Roll. From the time he met his Dad for the first time and walked away, to riding the rails as a teenager, to being a roadie for Jimmy Hendrix to getting into music (and drugs) himself, this book has it all. If you like Motorhead I cannot recommend reading this one enough.

Get White Line Fever from Amazon HERE

Releases worth getting Jan 26, 2010

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Troma’s War
The Toolbox Murders [Blu-ray]
Bad Biology
Louis Armstrong: Good Evening Ev’rybody
Motorhead: The Early Years:- Live 1982-2002

Tim Barry: 28th & Stonewall
Exodus: Shovel Headed Tour Machine
Venom: At War With Satan (Vinyl)

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