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188. Deep Purple – In Rock

188. Deep Purple – In Rock

If there was an embryonic trinity for heavy metal, with Led Zeppelin bringing the riffs, and Black Sabbath delivering the scary, then this is the album where Deep Purple brought the batshit insane. In fact, Deep Purple had been around for a while, with some success,...
187. Led Zeppelin – III

187. Led Zeppelin – III

It’s easy to forget sometimes that there’s another side to Led Zeppelin, at least if you’re listening to them in these early career stages anyway. The blues to rock to epic bang that defined tracks like “Communication Breakdown” and of course, “Whole Lotta...
186. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

186. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

As I mentioned in my previous review, Neil Young was a hard sell for me back in my youth. The ‘godfather of grunge’ was a singer-songwriter with a weird whiny voice, and “After the Gold Rush”, his third solo album and the first one I ever bought, was pretty far...