Released on November 4, 1981 “Mob Rules” is the tenth studio album by Black Sabbath. It was the second album to feature lead vocalist Ronnie James Dio after Ozzy Osbourne was kicked out of the band. Some fans claim the name “Ozzy” or even “Kill Ozzy” was spelled out hidden on the album cover.
Every once in awhile a simple random photo blows me away. Check out this awesome photo of Eazy-E in the midst of N.W.A. fame not being very “gangsta” and skateboarding Venice Beach 1989.
Check out this cool photo of Justin Bieber rocking his famous snapback hat and camouflage jacket. Oh $hit, my bad it’s Kurt Cobain!!! Coincidently, Nirvana played their last show was on March 1, 1994 on the same day Mr. Bieber was born.
Just One of the Guys is a 1985 comedy film, staring actress Joyce Hyser, who after failing to get her dream job as a newspaper intern comes to the conclusion that she didn’t get the gig because she is a girl. That’s when she decides to disguise herself as a boy in high school.
Filter is a must follow on Facebook & Instagram. The band (lead singer Richard Patrick) has been promoting the release of new single “Take Me to Heaven” on social media and has been letting internet trolls know what he feels about their unwanted criticism.
Coincidence??? Beastie Boys Adam Horovitz & U2’s Adam Clayton Both Had House of Pain Stickers On Guitars
Two guys in two huge bands both named Adam stuck House of Pain stickers on their instruments. Beastie Boys Adam “MC Ad Rock” Horovitz stuck a House of Pain sticker on his green Hondo II Professional Guitar. Adam Clayton of U2 also stuck an HOP sticker on one of his “Zooropa” era Fender Precision Basses.
When Pink Floyd released “Animals” in January of 1977, the album had a very strange track listing. It only had a total of 5 songs and two of them Pigs on the Wing (Part 1 & Part 2) were each only 1:25 long. Because of the strange track listing and because of 8-track technology Floyd had to make a special version of Pigs on a Wing by linking part 2 and part 1 with a guitar solo.
Check out this amazing band from England named Rocket Baby Dolls (formerly known as Gothic Plague) featuring Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme & Dominic Howard. As they got serious the band changed their name to Muse and the rest is history.
I always write stories about band members wearing their own band shirt and how tacky I think it is but I make an exception for the late Glenn Frey as he seemed really proud to be a founding member of The Eagles. Frey proudly wore his bands merch throughout his career.
The latest trend in Rock N’ Roll is to get a tattoo of your recently deceased music idol. Dave Grohl went out and got an “Ace of Spades” tattoo to honor Lemmy & Flea took to his official Instagram to show off his newest tattoo dedicated to Bowie.