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[26 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Music Rights Now Petition

We ask that all our listeners read this all important pledge.

A. Estes, Bands, Dredg, Music, Music Reviews »

[22 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Dredg <em>Leitmotif</em> CD Album Review

Perhaps someday the band and this album will get the recognition they deserve so very badly.

Buried Treasures »

[18 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Buried Treasures – Discover New Music – 6/17/10

…a collection of songs from Dio, Deep Purple, and Pink Floyd. Enjoy.

Buried Treasures »

[15 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Buried Treasures – Discover New Music – 6/15/10

Oh yeah, we’re going from The Pixies to Ozzy today. These are all great songs. Don’t get discouraged by the horrible Pixies video. In my opinion, one of the worst music videos in history.

Buried Treasures »

[10 Jun 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
Buried Treasures – Discover New Music – 6/10/10

You have spoken. I have listened. It took approximately two years, but here is the first edition of what I am calling BURIED TREASURES. Enjoy it. You should all have some fun at my expense here, just like you guys are doing in that Sevendust thread.

A. Estes, Bands, Music, Music Reviews, Taproot »

[3 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Taproot <em>Plead the Fifth</em> CD Album Review

“From the splash of cold water that is the album’s opener, “Now Rise,” Taproot mean business. Plead the Fifth is, much to the delight of old-school fans, a rocking return to form of the Gift variety.”

A. Estes, Bands, Music, Music Reviews, Stone Temple Pilots »

[3 Jun 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Stone Temple Pilots Self-Titled CD Album Review

“Truth be told, this is about as pure as any comeback album could be. Scott Weiland — despite his seemingly ongoing addiction problems — still sounds phenomenal and still knows how to bring a dynamic performance to the table, while the song-writing team of the DeLeos, who have always been the unsung heroes of the band, put all of their effort into crafting a solid set of songs that could each find a home on the radio while holding up alongside that classics of the band’s 1990’s career.”