Ah Rebel Yell, what an album! I consider Billy Idol's career a little uneven although every effort he put out from '82 to '90 contains at least one classic but his second solo album definitely is a special record. Let's see here: "Rebel Yell," "Flesh for Fantasy," "Eye Without a Face" as the obvious singles, backed by some guitar fueled killers such as "Daytime Drama," "Crank Call" or "Do Not Stand In The Shadow."
1983 was such a great year in the history of music in general and heavy metal in particular. So many emblematic albums were released. Metallica unleashed their first album with Kill 'em All, Slayer released Show No Mercy and Dio penned his all time classic with Holy Diver. The list goes on but one record remains special and stands out from the crowd: Iron Maiden's Piece of Mind.
"At" the devil, not "with" unconvincingly stated Nikki Sixx in several interviews. Mötley Crüe are not satanist people but "just a rock n' roll band (all right?!)". We are out to send "a positive message!". Sure, we believe him and also realize that he was a genius when it came to marketing and promoting his... Continue Reading →
A building in flames through the scope of a powerful weapon... A scene from the past or from the future? It is left to the imagination of the kid holding in his hand the third albums of Def Leppard. The message is clear though: get ready to get your ears washed by some mean 80's... Continue Reading →