Wednesday, December 29, 2010

So Far So Good - Bryan Adams

So, a few days back I had a status that said I was reading and listening to sappy 90's music. This is the sappy 90's music I was listening to. 

This is another album that has been around for as long as I can remember. One of my older brothers found Bryan Adams and started listening to his CD so much that he drove my other older brother so mad that he grabbed the CD and took off, and they got in to a fight and literally started punching and kicking each other over it. So this cd definitely has some family history. Other than finding that hilarious, I think it's worth noting that you could either fall in love with this guy's music, or hate it so much you want to destroy it all.

Here are some links, because embedding is disabled for these videos.

Me. I'm kinda in the middle. I love some of his stuff, and some of it I just have to skip when it comes on. I kinda enjoy sappy love songs though, and he does sappy love songs well.

I really don't have much to say about Bryan Adams, so I'm sorry this is so short, especially since it's been a few weeks since I posted. There really is nothing too interesting, just very straightforward music which is kinda nice to listen to sometimes, since most the time I try find music that has a bit more meaning. 

According to Wikipedia, Bryan Adams is actually really popular and has won a whole bunch of awards, but I don't think I've ever heard anyone bring him up during discussions about music. Maybe more people know about him than I think, but I always thought he was just one of those people that only the Evans' family and a few other people knew about. 

I wish I could make this post a little longer, but I really have to just get this one out of the way, since people are asking me when the next post will be. If you have heard about Bryan Adams before, let me know, and let me know what you think about him. And everyone else, I want to know what you think about the music as well. Do you like it? do you not like it? Are you impartial? I love comments and discussion, so comment away!

The next post is The Sign by Ace of Base, so that should be lots of fun. I hope everyone had a great Christmas, and I hope you all have a happy New Years as well!

Monday, December 13, 2010

August and Everything After - Counting Crows

I love this album so much. I have been obsessed with this band for about the past month or longer. One of the things I really love about bands, is when they get really in to their music. I've known about the Counting Crows for a long time, but it was only a few months ago that I looked up anything of theirs live. The first thing I came across was a performance of Round Here, and that was when I really began to get in to their music. This performance almost made me cry, and it still gives me shivers. 

oh man... that part where he sits down at just a little past the 5 minute mark... gets me every time... When I saw that I realized there was probably more to the Counting Crows than I realized at first, and I've been trying to figure out how close these songs are to the actual singer, but I've actually been having trouble finding out much about their personal lives. The band changes the songs in this album a lot in all the live performances I've seen, and they tend to become more talking than singing like you saw in that last one a bit. Now I think of all of these songs as part of some bigger story. The band is constantly mixing lyrics together in their live performances, so it makes sense to me that their entire discography is just a big story

"Beneath the dust and love and sweat that hangs on everybody there's a dead man trying to get out." 
I think this song is about all the temptations that we have. Kindof along the same lines as Creep if you ask me. He knows that he has a ton of problems, and he wishes he could just be someone else and leave his old self behind. That's just the way I view it though, it could be about other things too. This whole albums seems to be about change, and trying to escape old problems just to find that there's problems wherever you go.

Sometime I want to just write out my thoughts on all the songs and see if they all make sense as a whole, because I'm pretty sure they would. I think this song is about falling in love again after a breakup. Maria is the first girl I think, and she was in Round Here. After nothing was turning out right he decided to escape, which is where the rest of the album focuses on. This song really makes you feel like he's completely fallen for this girl, but at the same time he can't bring himself to admit that he's fallen in love again. I love the line, "and every word is nonsense, but I understand and oh lord, I'm not ready for this sort of thing"

This song is getting to the end of the album, and it seems like the problems are being faced head-on now. I think this must be Maria in this song, "If she remembers, she hides it whenever we meet." This is the last song I'm gonna post, but if I'm right and this was meant to be a concept album, than it looks as if Maria is with someone else now and the singer doesn't think he is right for her. It really just kind of ends with that, and it's not a very satisfactory ending.

It's never said anywhere that this is a concept album, but it really would make sense if it was.... so that's the way I like to see it. That performance of Round Here has some other things mixed in to it, and if you listened to the actual song you'd realize it is really different. At the end of that performance he starts screaming "CHAAANGE!" and that's how the album actually ends, and that's why I think the greatest summary of this album is how he is trying to deal with change. I think he was trying to sum up the album in that performance, and it blows me away. 

I would highly recommend listening to this album if you like all that you heard. This album alone made the Counting Crows one of my favorite bands.

I hope I can get some of you to like the Counting Crows, because I don't have know enough people who love the Counting Crows. Most the time when I see the Counting Crows in people's collections they'll only have a few songs, and it's kinda annoying. Most people either have Mr. Jones, Holiday in Spain, or Accidentally In Love. I love those songs, but to only have those is really sad to me... 

If you're a fan of the band already, let me know if you think I did them justice. If any of you are just beginning to like them and want more suggestions go ahead and leave me a comment. Remember that I love comments

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Christmas Music!!!!!

Chris wanted to know what I liked to listen to for Christmas. I really should have thought of doing a Christmas post earlier... It really is a great idea, and now I'm excited. 

I don't know entirely what all I should put up. Our family has a huge stack of Christmas cds we get out each year, and I could go and grab them all and list them out for you since I don't have all of them on my computer. 
That sounds like a lot of work though, so I'll just say what I have personally been listening to. And what has to come first is this:

I LOVE the Charlie Brown Christmas album, and I always listen to it a whole bunch each year. The Charlie Brown Christmas movie is one of those movies I think everyone should have seen, 'cause it's that good.

This year I've actually been trying to find some new stuff to listen to as well, cause a lot of the CDs we have are starting to get a little boring to me, because we listen to them every year non-stop, so I really wanted to add something new to the mix of stuff. So I went and got Sufjan Stevens' Christmas collection. Sufjan has released 5 small collections of Christmas music, 42 songs overall, and I have really been liking most of it. I like Sufjans' stuff to begin with though, so being able to listen to him throughout the Christmas season is really awesome.

He does a whole bunch of the normal Christmas songs, and he also has some of his own original songs for the Christmas season, so it's been a lot of fun listening to him. While listening to some of his Christmas stuff on Youtube, I decided to start looking to see if other artists I liked did any Christmas stuff, and like the Radiohead addict that I am, I decided to see if Radiohead had done anything for Christmas. Sure enough, they did do something, but it wasn't really anything official, it was just them having a bit of fun, so I won't post it, but you can look it up if you really want. In the suggestions box for that however, I found that A Fine Frenzy has some Christmas stuff.

Some other songs that I've been listening to for years are Jack Johnson's version of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, and David Bowie and Bing Crosby's duet Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth

I really like that version. It's just so happy and chill sounding, like Jack Johnson always makes things sound. The little bit he added to it was really good too, about Rudolph not accepting their praise because they had teased him before.

I couldn't believe that David Bowie and Bing Crosby did a duet when I first heard it. It's been one of my favorite Christmas songs for a while now.

I hope that helped you a little bit Chris. Now I really want to find some more Christmas music.... I would definitely recommend Sufjan Stevens' Christmas stuff, it's really awesome in my opinion.

This is also another good time for me to ask if anyone else has any favorite Christmas songs other than the stuff played on the radio all the time.

Pablo Honey - Radiohead

WOOHOOO!!!! Radiohead enters in to the music biz. Can you tell I'm excited a little bit? I LOVE Radiohead, they are my favorite band. This is not their best cd, but there are definitely some songs on here to be recommended. The first one I want to mention is "You"

I love that performance so much.... It's just so epic compared to most live performances by other people. I really love how Radiohead really can perform their songs live and make them just as powerful, if not more powerful than the album versions. When Radiohead first started out, and started getting some attention for Pablo Honey, they played over 150 concerts in 1993, and then continued touring for part of next year as well. Needless to say, they got really good at performing, and also started to loath some of their songs.... 

This next song is one that most everyone knows, because it was their first "hit." I love the 20 second "run" at about 2:20. I wish I had the same kind of breath control... it always blows my mind when he does what he does.
The band really hated Creep after performing it so many times. Even though everyone loved the song, they stopped playing it in their concerts for several years because they despised it so much. Eventually they wrote "My Iron Lung" which is about "Creep," and how much they hated it, but also loved it for boosting them in to fame. There have been so many covers of Creep it's almost ridiculous, it's almost as bad as how many people have covered Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.

This next one is called Lurgee. I couldn't decide which one I liked best off this album after You and Creep, but this one is up there. If I had to recommend a Radiohead cd, I would recommend the later ones, but this cd really isn't that bad. There are some pretty good songs on there. 
Some other songs that are pretty catchy are Stop Whispering, Thinking about You, and I Can't.

It took me a long time to listen to this cd, cause I heard it was Radiohead's worst album, and I was worried about what I would hear. I was actually pretty happy once I finally got the courage to listen to it, because there were some really cool songs on it.

Radiohead is one of those bands that either you really love, or you really don't like all that much, and the only way you can be impartial is if you haven't heard very much I think. I know people on both ends, and I also know a ton of people who have barely heard Radiohead at all. Hopefully I can get some new people into them. I think I know what most people following me think of Radiohead, but I don't know if you've heard the songs on this album other than Creep, or if you ever went back this far in to their career. As always, comment and let me know what you think. Do you like it? If you have heard Radiohead's other music and not this, how do you think it compares?

Friday, December 10, 2010

A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band - Rich Mullins

Rich Mullins has been a favorite of the Evans' family for as long as I can remember. I don't know whether Mom or Dad found his music, or if one of my older siblings did, but I grew up listening to him. I have tried listening to other Christian music, but I haven't liked any of them nearly as much as Rich. I really don't listen to any Christian music at all other than his anymore, because the rest of it is just boring to me. Rich Mullins' music arrangements are really cool, and he really has his own style, instead of sounding like any of the artists that were his contemporaries. His lyrics are generally really thoughtful and aren't as boring as all the popular Christian songs that just repeat "Great is your power" or "great is your mercy" or "how great is your love" over and over and over again.  There probably are other good thoughtful Christian musicians out there, but I haven't found any that I think are as good as Rich Mullins. 

The songs I love most by Rich Mullins are his stories. Most of my favorite songs of his are off of the next album of his that I have, which is Songs , but I still love this album. He saw such beauty in the world, and his music really shows that. "And if you listen to my songs I hope you hear the water falling, I hope you feel the oceans crashing on the coast of North New England."

I love the little talks he gives. From as much as I've heard him say or sing, I don't think I've heard anything that I really disagree with. As far as I can tell, his theology was sound, and he preached it in a way that I think everyone can relate to. I wish Rich Mullins were still around, I would love to have more music by him. 

I wouldn't mind listening to other Christian artists if anyone has some REALLY good suggestions. I find it really hard to like Christian music if it just sounds like any normal pop or rock group, so normally I just stick to Rich Mullins, or old Choral music. Sufjan Stevens is another one I really like.

This is the last song I'll post for Rich Mullins. It's his version of The Apostles Creed. I think the Hammered Dulcimer sounds really awesome. 

Every Sunday Dad used to turn on either Rich Mullins or Michael Card, and it would be playing the entire time we were getting ready. I don't know when he stopped doing that, but I think I'm going to start doing it again, 'cause I really do think it set a good mood for Sunday mornings.

How many of you have heard of Rich Mullins before? do you like his stuff? and are there any other Christian artists that you really like? 

Also, some people said they didn't like the design very much, so I made some minor changes. Does that help? or should I keep changing it?

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Everybody Else is Doing it, So Why Can't We? - The Cranberries

I'm gonna be honest, I haven't listened to this album all that much. I got it at one point because I knew it had Dreams and Linger on it, and I listened to it once, and then it kinda got left behind 'cause I had a whole bunch of other music to listen to at the same time. I did start listening to it more though, and this is what I have to say about it. The theme on the album is very consistent, it's mostly all about a girl who is in love with a guy, and she has to force herself to leave him and forget about him because he doesn't love her or treat her well. I think every song on there is about that same thing... You can listen to the lyrics in this song Linger, and you should see exactly what I mean.

Even though I think this cd is boring lyrically, I think the music is really beautiful. Dreams is the other one I knew from the album, and I think that's the only one that doesn't talk about her need to get out, but it's still about a guy. Because of all the other songs on the album, I don't think it has a happy ending like I used to... The music video was really interesting too....

Why was there a guy in the mud??? anyways... I hadn't seen that until I went looking for videos to put up.... I don't think she's the best live performer, so I only put up the one I liked best. I think most of you would agree with me that the live performances are not the best if you looked up more. This next one, Put Me Down, is the last song on the album, and like all the other ones it's about her leaving, but it just has such a sad and beautiful sound to it that I can't help liking it...

I was noticing on Youtube that a bunch of people thought the same thing as me about this album and how it's mostly all about the same thing. This was the Cranberries first album, and the other ones I heard are happier. I'm glad to be done with this post, 'cause now I can stop listening to the album as much as I was. I think it's been making me a little depressed, so you may want to watch out for that if you decide to listen to this music a whole bunch. The 3 songs I posted are my favorites from the album, so let me know what you think of them!  Most of you should at least already know Dreams or Linger, since they're pretty popular songs.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

1993 and some Nirvana

Now I am sorry it took me so long to post about Queen. It really was the hardest one for me to do because I know that I could talk to just about anyone and they'd know the band Queen and pretty much all those songs.

Now it's time for 1993! I'm actually excited to do this year. There's some really good stuff along with some stuff that's just so ridiculous that I had to have it... like Ace of Base.... I hope you all love some of this stuff as much as I do. Now the bands are gonna be a bit more contemporary to 1993 unlike all the ones I've done previously. The albums I had in 1992 were mostly all Greatest Hits collections, except for Tom Waits' Bone Machine.

There's something else that I want to do now. Something that I decided on since my first introduction. When I get to the post where I introduce the year, let you all know what's coming up, give updates, etc.... I'm also gonna have some of the single songs I have that I don't have the full albums to go along with them.

I thought this picture was hilarious when I saw it, so I thought I'd share it with everyone. I also have some Bush coming up in 1994, so you'll be able to see the next one down.

With this year there are only a couple Nirvana songs, so I can have videos for them both, but later I might just have to have a few videos and give mention to some of the other great songs. Mostly I try to keep albums, so there shouldn't be too many songs for most years...

I really am gonna be going all over the place as far as genres. Nirvana here, and before there was Talking Heads, Tom Waits, Lionel Richie and Queen. There really should be something for everyone showing up on this blog, or at least that's what I'm hoping for. I know not everyone likes Nirvana, my parents among them... But I like them and they're here in my library so I will post them. and for those of you wondering why there isn't more Nirvana, I just don't have the rest of this album... I do have Nevermind from 1991 though.

I really am happy to have 17 followers already. For only having done 5 posts before this, I'm impressed. I just have to catch up with my other blogger friends! So eventually I'm gonna have to do a give away or something, since that seems to get a lot of followers, but those will come later. The more people I know are following, the more likely I am to post, so send me lots of comments and share my blog with your friends!

As for 1993, the albums coming up are these.
Everybody Else is Doing it, So Why Can't We - The Cranberries
A Liturgy, A Legacy & A Ragamuffin Band - Rich Mullins
Pablo Honey - Radiohead
August and Everything After - Counting Crows
So Far So Good - Bryan Adams
The Sign - Ace of Base
So Tonight That I Might See - Mazzy Star

I would love to know which of these albums you haven't heard, so that I can cover them more in depth. I love critique also, if there's something you think I could do to make the blog better, I'd love to hear it.

I'm thinking I'll start a little game. Every time I start a new year I'll let everyone guess at what my favorite album from that year was, and I'll keep track of who gets the most right, and maybe there will be prizes or something. So send me a comment with a guess of what you think my favorite album is. This should be fun.

Queen The Greatest Hits

This is another one where I just don't even know what to say.... how do you talk about Queen and make it interesting for everyone reading? Everyone, and I mean everyone, knows about Queen.

I don't know if I've ever actually heard a Queen album other then this Greatest hits collection and the Greatest hit collection from the year before. This collection really does have all the songs of Queen that you really need, except for Bohemian Rhapsody and Under Pressure. You should all know this already, but Queen was the leading act through most of the 70's, selling more albums than any other band out there.

I love this band's music, and if their were any good videos where Freddie weren't wearing super tight pants I might have posted them... But I can't find any, so there won't be videos in this post, 'cause they're kind of gross in my opinion...

Like I was saying before, this cd has all the songs that everyone has heard, so if you just hear everything on this album you'll probably be good. I haven't heard anyone say they have a favorite Queen song that is not on this album other than Under Pressure and Bohemian Rhapsody.
Other than missing those two songs this collection is perfect.
I could just list off the songs and most people would know most of them
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
Another One Bites The Dust
Killer Queen
Somebody To Love
Fat Bottomed Girls
Bicycle Race
You're My Best Friend
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Now I'm Here
Play The Game
Seven Seas of Rhye
Body Language
Save Me
Don't Stop Me Now
Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
I Want To Break Free

I would love it if every one would comment and let me know out of those 17 how many you know. Also! I'm gonna post a poll to see which is your favorite. Everyone should vote for their favorites! I want to see if there are any that come out on top or if it all evens out pretty well.

Since this is such a short post, I'll probably post the beginning post for 1993 today too. Remember that us bloggers love comments!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Bone Machine - Tom Waits

So this time I didn't do the cover art, because I want to make Tom Waits not look quite as scary as he actually is. I'd rather you all see the nice side... Maybe at the end I'll post one of his scary songs... maybe... I haven't decided yet... But it's probably good idea for me to tell you right off the bat that he can be scary. I even saw a list that had 13 artists that people considered to be the creepiest singers in music, and Tom Waits was 2nd on that list... Tom Waits also played the Devil in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
Has anyone else seen that besides me?

Only 5 of the songs off of this cd are even close to being normal, and the rest of them could be considered frightening, especially songs like The Earth Died Screaming, The Ocean Doesn't Want Me, or In the Colosseum. I know I'm not the only one who likes him though. I can think of 2 other people outside of my family who listen to him...

Tom Waits is not for everyone, and even he knows it... I was watching some Youtube videos and came across a small interview between him and Letterman. I was considering not posting this since this song came from a later album, but I think the interview at the end is hilarious! "Everybody knows me at the dump!"

just earlier today I was in Chemistry, and we were told we could listen to music and the Nerd's Son's Ipod touch died, and so he pulls out a Y splitter and turns to me wondering if he can listen to whatever I'm listening to. Well, I was listening to Tom Waits, and I don't think he had ever heard anything like it, 'cause he kept making weird faces like he couldn't believe what I was listening to. I found it amusing. Then afterwards he says to me, "Was he, like... drunk or something?" Anyways, The Nerd's Son just started a blog, and it's gonna be worth following, because he is hilarious!

This is another song that I really like, and this is still one of the songs I would say is not as creepy as the others.

It was actually only recently that I started getting in to Tom Waits, but I am really liking his stuff. I know it's still gonna take me awhile to get used to all his stuff, but there are quite a few songs I really like. The easier ones to listen to are:
Who Are You
A Little Rain (For Clyde)
Black Wings
Whistle Down The Wind (For Tom Jans)
I Don't Wanna Grow Up
and the other ones that are growing on me even if they are a bit creepier are
The Earth Died Screaming, and In the Colosseum.

If this is your first time hearing Tom Waits, which I think it will be for most of you, if not all of you... what do you think? Scary? not your type? bizarre? or do you think he's completely awesome? I know my first reaction was "Wow this is bizarre..." so I wouldn't be surprised if all of you thought the same thing.

I ended up not putting up one of the scary songs, but if you visit the page up at the top with the 13 creepiest singers, it has his song The Earth Died Screaming. And now I'm gonna post this, and it's gonna be my second post for the day. wow! I'm going crazy with my posts! or maybe I just have a ton of free time, and I felt like advertising The Nerd's Son's blog.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Back To Front - Lionel Richie

So what am I gonna say about Lionel Richie? My parents are huge fans of Lionel Richie. I've grown up hearing his music, so hearing this cd just takes me back to when I was younger. Lionel used to be a member of the Commodores, who were also a very successful group, and he stayed with them until his duet with Diana Ross, "Endless Love" gained him popularity and allowed him to break off and lead a successful solo career.

I know that Lionel Richie is sappy, I'm not even gonna try to deny it, but he did do well for himself and he stayed close to the top of the motown pop charts in the 80's, only being topped by Michael Jackson and Prince.

Back To Front was mostly a best of album, with only a few new releases, so most of the songs on there are mostly well known and were really popular back in their day. Before doing this post I didn't think I knew all the songs off of the album, but once I listened to it I realized I knew the words to almost all of them.

And here's a song by The Commodores that I think is well known, just so that you all know where Lionel Richie came from. This is Brick House.

Lionel Richie has been around for awhile, and reached the top of the charts with quite a few of his songs. As far as songs I would especially recommend, I really don't know. Other than the songs I already posted, I guess I would say "3 Times a Lady." "Easy" was another huge hit that almost everyone knows.

I know a few of you have already commented on the last post and now I want to hear what everyone else thinks. Have you heard of Lionel Richie before? or is this your first time? and what do you think of him?

Friday, November 12, 2010

The Best of The Talking Heads

I love how fun The Talking Heads are :D This band is just full of energy, and you can tell if you watch anything of them live. David Byrne is CRAZY in his live performances. I wonder just how much I should post about, since I'm sure I could scare some people away by saying I like some stuff, such as this performance, which I find hilarious! You don't have to watch the whole thing if you don't want, but you should :) My only explanation is that it was the 80's...
this is Life During Wartime.

The Talking Heads were a huge influence on many many bands. So many that I'm not even gonna try to mention them all. I will say however that Radiohead got their name from one of the songs by The Talking Heads. The Talking Heads formed in the mid 70's, and yet I still keep hearing their name pop up when I'm looking for new artists, and I still hear them on the radio mixed in with artists that are much newer.

and here is Burning Down The House, which is a bit more normal, if you can ever call the Talking Heads normal....

This cd took me awhile to get used to at first, 'cause quite honestly The Talking Heads are just plain bizarre. If you're up to it, I would HIGHLY recommend their Best of. I wish I had more of The Talking Heads, since this Best Of cd is all that I have. Once you get used to this music it is super fun to listen to and sing to at the top of your lungs, if you're the type of person to sing along with stuff. The songs I would especially recommend would be:
Psycho Killer
Take Me To The River
Once In A Lifetime
Burning Down The House
This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
Life During Wartime
and And She was
and I like the rest of them too, but since they're at the end of the cd I don't listen to them as often so they're not quite as familiar :P

This cd is awesome if you're up to listening to it.

Let me know what you think of them if this is your first time listening to them! and if you are already familiar with the Talking Heads, are there any other songs that desperately need to be listened to?

I'm also thinking maybe when I introduce a cd I should say what kind of people I think would like it, 'cause I know people like different kinds of music, and I know some of the stuff coming up will not be liked by a lot of people. Like I doubt I'm gonna get any of the young folk in to Lionel Richie, and I doubt I'll get any of the older folks to like Tom Waits. The Talking Heads are good for anyone though, you could be any age and still appreciate this stuff, it just depends on how weird you are.

I Haz A Blog

I just started a blog, and I wonder how many followers I can chalk up. Long ago I was told I needed a blog, and at the time I didn't want one, because I felt like no one would read it, and I still feel like no one would read it. But Nathan said to me today, "Of course people will read it, you're you." And that finally convinced me, though I'm not sure why. Maybe I just thought It would be fun to see if he were right, or if I'm really as boring as I think I am and only get a few followers.

In order for me to do something like this, I need a goal. If I were to set up a blog with no purpose, the blog would die. So I began thinking about what I could possibly write about, and I decided upon this idea that I think is super cool. And you all have to let me know what you think about it

I love music, so it has to be about music.

I'm gonna begin going through my entire music library on my computer (about 8500 songs) by the release date on the albums, and start blogging on the albums one at a time, starting at 1992. I'll be going through the albums I love and posting small "reviews" I guess you could call them, pictures, and probably a crazy amount of videos, most of which will probably be live, because I love watching bands play their music live sometimes. So I invite you all to follow, and to keep track of my blog and let me know if I miss any albums that you think were super awesome. Probably as I begin each year I'll let you know what albums I have from that year that I want to blog on, and then the posts afterwards will expand on those.

Please give me feedback as soon as possible, since I don't want to waste too much time on a blog no one is gonna read... 'cause that would be silly.

I'm hoping that by doing this I'll be able to introduce a whole bunch of people to a whole bunch of great music, and hopefully learn about a whole bunch of new stuff myself.

I don't have much for 1992, but I thought it would be a good starting spot. The albums coming up will be:
The Best of The Talking Heads
Back To Front - Lionel Richie
Bone Machine - Tom Waits
Greatest Hits - Queen

If there are more albums from 1992 that you love, send me a comment, so that I can look it up! And please remember to become a follower, or let me know you want to keep track, so that I can feel a little bit better about this project.