Queen - Jazz
Queen
Jazz
75
Jul 16
Clã - Véspera
Clã
Véspera
77
Jun 25

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Aug 6, 2020
RickSalix -
82
IDLES, the punk group formed in Bristol, is definitely my greatest musical find of this year. Last year I already had intention of getting into their work, but it was only after watching an episode of Peaky Blinders (on which one of their songs is featured) that I entered a black hole of basically being addicted to the band.

Their first record, released 5 years after the band's foundation is quite a stunner. At first it didn't impress me as much as their second record (which I'll review soon) ... read more
Jul 29, 2020
RickSalix -
54
Macross 82-99 is sometimes one of my go-to artists to listen when I'm in a good mood, or when I feel like listening to something different from the usual.
I'm no more than a casual fan (even if lately I've listened to his work more frequently) and his newest record is the first one I listened to from beginning to end.

In "Shibuya Meltdown" Macross wanted to step away from the Future Funk genre from which his material is mostly categorised, and craft tracks that incline to dance and ... read more
Jul 26, 2020
RickSalix -
94
If I had to pick one record of the 1990s that influenced me the most, that record would be "Ok Computer".
Released in 1997, it was a huge success for Radiohead and it includes some of the band's most memorable tracks on their catalogue.

Even though this concept album was released more than 20 years ago, the subject that is explored in it remains as relevant as it was back in the last few years of the 20th century, when technology was quickly taking over many aspects of society's ... read more
Jul 16, 2020
RickSalix -
75
"Jazz", Queen's seventh studio record comes in a time where the band had went through various world tours, and had already recorded some of rock's most memorable songs, two of the songs being released on their previous album.

For that matter, in my view the group took a sloghtly different approach with this album, and made it more ecletic.
When I listen to "Jazz" I get the impression that Freddie and company had a lot of fun recording it, which contributes to the vibrant ... read more
Jul 10, 2020
RickSalix -
74
The australian rock band Men At Work crafted one of the favourite songs from the 1980s, one that would be present throughout my childhood by playing on the radio or on good old VH1.
I'm talking about "Down Under", of course.
But in the past year I've discovered more of the band's work, and got deeper into them.
At last, I review their first record.

The record begins with my favourite track: "Who Can It Be Now?".
I know it's one of their most popular songs, but it totally ... read more
Apr 17, 2020
Hi there! I accidentally deleted my Fetch the Bolt Cutters review (instead of 'editing' it) and I'm quite pleased with it, would you mind giving it another look? I don't expect a like, just a read my friend!
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