Posted on May 27, 2009 by Shelley Peckham
The release of Bob Dylan’s 33rd studio album, Together Through Life, came as a surprise to even his most devout fans. News of the album’s release came only weeks before it hit stores, setting the music community in a frenzy, drooling for a taste of the new tunes.
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Posted on April 7, 2009 by Shelley Peckham
As music fans, we’re constantly swimming in a deep sea of band names. From the minimalist (The The) to the extravagant (The Pains of Being Pure At Heart) and everything in between, it often seems like bands put just as much creativity into their monikers as they do with their music.
Just imagine a band’s frustration when, after establishing a snappy name for themselves, they discover some other new young upstarts who dared to name themselves something disturbingly similar. The nerve!
As much as it must drive bands crazy to have the added task of distancing themselves from their similarly named peers, it is an equally challenging burden for us music fans to have to mentally organize the wealth of music out there. That’s why we’re here to help!
Click here to discover the differences between the most easily confused bands around!
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