For the old-school consumer, who still prefers physical media in the form of groaning bookshelves, or those 'perfect for vinyl' shelving units you might have searched for over the years, the concept of a hard drive or e-book device containing those works, or even worse having them simply streamed online, is an undeniably grey and..
At the time when Black Sabbath released Heaven And Hell in 1980, with ex-Rainbow man Ronnie James Dio improbably replacing the departed talisman Ozzy Osbourne, there was an uncertainty in the air about whether the new line-up, and new material, would be accepted by the fans who had grown up with the distinctive voice and..
When it came to the original thrash scene from the 1980s, it was not all about the so-called 'Big Four'. While debate will continue to rage as to whether it should have been four or five or ten bands that set the scene alight, it's a perennial discussion that is best left until the pubs..
Music afficianados of the 70s and 80s are well aware of the musical contributions of The Babys and its members. John Waite’s unique rock tenor graced solo hits such as Missing You, and keyboardist Jonathan Cain became a part of Journey’s signature sound. But before those projects, The Babys made their mark. Founded in London..