Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Mon, 2006-09-25 02:00
When I saw the title of Ridiculous on the CD cover I thought that Norm McDonald was just being self-effacing but little did I know it would be a self-fulfilling prophecy instead. The production value of this effort is flawless but the content leaves a lot to be desired.
The album has 12 tracks, all written by McDonald, with some pretty funny and high profile comics adding their magic to the CD and to me it still tanks. Molly Hannon, Artie Lange, Bob Newhart and Will Ferrell are all a part of it but after a few minutes of listening I was rapidly losing interest.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Tue, 2006-08-29 02:00
Jihad Jerry and the Evildoers is the newest project of Gerald V. Casale of Devo fame. “Jerry” has now come out with one of the most interesting album releases of the year entitled Mine is Not a Holy War, and it is due out on 9/12.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Fri, 2006-07-14 02:00
First up is a CD that has the same name as the band and that’s Love Arcade. The first song entitled “Keep it Coming” is unusual and it has a B52’s sound to it. The vocals on this album are powerful and the sound is clean and well produced. This band has definite potential.
Next up is Inkwell. This album has a speaker thumping bass sound that make this a great one to listen to in your car! While you are traveling the highways and byways this well-balanced band will put you in a good mood. Look out for “These Stars are Monsters” because it’s coming.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Sat, 2006-02-18 01:00
(Philadelphia, PA) – On a chilly Friday night Rock Star runnerup Marty Casey opened up the INXS show with 40-minutes of energy and decent dance moves. His band Lovehammers rocked the house and Marty sang his hit “Trees” that had a new arrangement with a much harder edge. After his set Marty invited the crowd upstairs for a “meet and greet” something unheard of at a rock concert. One word of advice for Marty, until you get a tan, leave your shirt on.
Submitted by Sports Fan (not verified) on Fri, 2005-12-09 01:00
(Philadelphia, PA) - As the lights eased on at the Wachovia Center the unmistakable sound of Bon Jovi’s new hit song “Last Man Standing” echoed throughout the arena, and the prevailing thought, at least for those of us not on the floor, was where’s Jon? As is turns out he was on his own mini stage in the middle of the crowd (who stood throughout the song) singing his tune. After the song was over he made his way through the sea of people and the party began.