Welcome to a pretty slow week. Only one I am interested in this week and there aren’t a ton of others coming out. Hopefully next week will bring us more. However, it might be a good week to catch up on earlier releases as I am sure that is what I will be doing. My choices are in Blue. Let me know if there is anything you are interested in as well.
- Breaking Benjamin – Ember – (Hollywood Records): We thought the band was over in 2009, but it returned in 2015 although it wasn’t the original band, just the singer. Didn’t matter, it was the singer I always liked so glad to hear some new music from him. This time the new band was involved in the writing so hopefully will add a new layer to the band. We will see…or hear I guess.
- Metallica – The $5.98 EP: Garage Days Re-Revisited – (Blackened Recordings):
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Every decade has their teen idols and the 70’s were definitely not lacking in that area. My big box of vinyl had a surprise included that I never expected. It had my wife’s records for when she was a very, very young thing (she is still young and will always be younger than me). She loved her teen idols and most especially one in particular.
First up is Leif Garrett. She has his second album, ‘Feel the Need’. This was his highest charting album at #34 on the Billboard charts and spawned the Top 10 hit, “I Was Made for Dancin'”. His music career didn’t hang on to long thanks to a slight little problem with drugs. During the 70’s, he was probably more well known for his TV & Movie career than his sining. He appeared in movies such as Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band and even in the Outsiders.
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