Saturday, July 18, 2015

K-tel's Breakdance!

Possibly the coolest record they ever released...


Apologies for low quality of some pics, but anyway, yeah, cool, right? :) Sadly, my copy does not have the poster. :(

As opposed to most K-tel releases, this one contains a lot of useful, interesting information!

I have to be honest; I don't know any of those groups. A couple of the names sound slightly familiar, but I'm not sure...

How fast is boogie speed? Please reply with a MPH comparison. ;)

 It was the golden age of breakin'...2: Electric Boogaloo. Just had to add that.



Thursday, July 16, 2015

Sammy doesn't do little

He does Dolittle!

I like the style, including the simplistic feet of the giraffe and the uncolored/unfinished turtles. I sometimes wish I could draw that way, but I'm way too detail-oriented to do it successfully.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

New post coming soon! (with vinyl content!)

Well, thanks to a friend in the computer business, I'm almost fully back on the information superhighway. Just setting things up now and looking forward to sharing the weirdness with everyone again real soon-like. :)

Sunday, June 14, 2015

I`m not dead!


Hi. I`m not dead, just severely internetless. Well, the PS3 works, but just barely. Bottom line is, I SHALL RETURN!

Monday, May 18, 2015

Were they fooled too?

I found this amidst a ton of religious records at a Sally Ann:

Cool cover. I have a feeling, based on where it was in the record bins, that the people who bought it thought maybe it was a religious album. I thought so at first too.

Hmm, the band looks like typical 80s hair metal, but that doesn't mean anything. Stryper looked like that, with bonus yellow strypes, of course.

The song titles don't sound religious at all. Hmm...

Turns out Kingdom Come was a controversial album/group, called a Led Zeppelin rip-off, including by Jimmy Page himself. (bit of a kettle/pot/black situation, innit, Jimmy?) Whatever. It's good.