Category: Classic Day

Classic Day – The Hanging Tree

After a quick run-through, the fairgrounds scattered with popcorn, amusement rides, and a bright, shining clown face; The Adicts reach the end of the fun with their second studio-record, Sound of Music. Originally released in November of 1982, it depicted the iconic jester logo…

Classic Day – Ova Da Tracks            

In a time where New York saw the early spawn of cultural breaking groups like Wu-Tang Clan and The Diplomats, an aspiring young rapper by the name of Big L would break onto the scene and disappear in almost the same amount of time…

Classic Day – ‘85 Death Camp

The first studio record coming from New York thrash outfit Carnivore with a self-titled release that shook the November 1985 nights through an eight-track release. Originally on Roadrunner Records, the group saw a crunching of bone and teeth with tracks like “Armageddon,” “World Wars…

Classic day – Something In The Water

In a rare faucet of duality, Miles Davis was an iconic musician that transposed the genre of jazz with his immaculate writing and performance talents. While he was able to conquer the sound system by his own articulation, the real vivid paints came from…

Classic Day – Six-Cylinder Pistol

Loaded is the fully running hit-machine created by The Velvet Underground, with bright smoke coming out of the subway on the cover, illustrating a contrast from the often dirty underground that they first embodied. This was their step away from the abstract thinking and…

Classic Day – Bomb Squad

“Some foreign power, some group of terrorists, some individual concern,” begins the third studio record from Public Enemy. Fear of a Black Planet showcases a hip-hop group’s love for the controversy and publicity while pushing a social agenda through sound and engaging production. Each…

Classic Day – Town of Tombstones

Coming from Damaged Goods label out in the United Kingdom, Fabienne DelSol quickly captures hearts through the sweet-talking vocal range accompanied with this garage rock coat of paint. Incredibly loose in the stance on stage, her 2004 release No Time For Sorrows is a…

Classic Day – Transylvania’s Home

From the gothic undertones to the Hammer styled performances, Depeche Mode reaches a peak and valley with their sixth-studio record Music For The Masses. The uplifting nature comes from the depth of sound that the record holds near deep-tuned bass and synth keys that…

Classic Day – Gats N’ Tracks

In the famous land of 808s in Memphis, Tennessee, one gang of outlaws ruled influential sound for a generation of musicians and artists. Project Pat came out slightly after the Three 6 Mafia boom in 1999 where his debut record, Ghetty Green could become…

Classic Day – Voodoo Woman

More rock n’ roll than blues methodology, Koko Taylor breaks more than hearts with her debut record I Got What It Takes. A stormy romance that bounces between the all-star performances of Mighty Joe Young and Sammy Lawhorn who open the bridges, unleashing a…

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