Five minutes for spearing.
A fitting epitaph?
With a cover of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams."
'On the verge' band finally arrives.
Play it back to back with the new Mariah Carey album at your next party, and create a sensation!
With such standards as "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "Falling In Love Again."
Although the vocals are strong, the quality of the songwriting here is inconsistent.
See them in concert and you might just be lucky enough to catch the lead singer's human torch act.
50 Tons' raunchy, soiled reality's no airbrushed fantasy.
The album was recorded three months prior to frontman Ian Curtis' suicide.
If you're rocking for Satan, you really don't want to let him down.
From the band formerly known as Crawlspace! (ouch.)
Music like this doesn't get much attention because it doesn't position itself within the proper hip-hoppity alterna-ironic grooves.
Here is the blackest of black romanticism, with no shortage of black humor sprinkled in.