“Kick” is the best-selling INXS of album all-time with well over 20 million records sold but what stood out to me as a kid growing up in Los Angeles. But what stood out to me the most was the Vision Street Wear skateboard known as the “PsychoStick used on the album cover photo.
The ultimate U2 fanboy Noel Gallagher has never shied away from is love of U2. His previous band, Oasis opened up part of the American leg of U2’s “Popmart Tour” 20 years ago. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will be supporting U2 during the Europe and UK leg of the just announced 30 Year anniversary “Joshua Tree” Tour.
Is it a coincidence or was it placed there on purpose but in the Michael Jackson’s video for “Beat It” there is a picture frame prominently placed above his bed. It was always rumored that Jackson was heavily involved in the occult and or santeria. Coincidently, the photo above his bed is “The Holy Infant of Atocha” a saint that is heavily associated in Santeria.
Cliff Burton bass guitarist for Metallica, was tragically was killed in a bus accident in Sweden on September 27, 1986, as Metallica was touring in support of the “Master of Puppets” album. Here’s a photo of Burton from his last photo session with Metallica in September of 1986.
Recently the Arctic Monkeys have been touring with a subtle message paying homage to their hometown on the drum kit of Matt Helders. 0114 is the national dialling code for Sheffield in the United Kingdom. The area it serves includes almost all of the City of Sheffield and some adjacent areas. Helders has always had […]
Ramones Getting Booed Off The Stage Live at the Canadian World Music Festival, Toronto, July 2, 1979…
The classic double album by The Clash, “London Calling” contains 19 tracks but only 18 of them are listed on the album sleeve. The final track “Train In Vain” was left off of the track listing.
sitophilia (food play) – a form of sexual fetishism in which participants are aroused by erotic situations involving food. Robert Plant enjoying an ice cream cone during Led Zeppelin’s 1977 United States tour stop in Chicago, Illinois.
I am Raul Rossell II, born and raised in Los Angeles, California and founder of feelnumb.com. I’m not trying to be a Rock Star, I just write about them…