Do you like rock music and adore Transformers too? Well, if you do, you’d missed out if you haven’t heard of a Transformers-inspired rock band called The Cybertronic Spree.
I always thought releasing game soundtracks does not make much sense monetarily because the audience is much smaller than movies. But here it is anyways, another original video game soundtrack for fans and collectors, A Total War Saga: TROY.
Anywho who grew up in the 80s and 90s loving rock music will be familiar with English rock band Def Leppard. If you are one of the aforementioned who are currently consumed by work and family, well, here’s a new release from the band will bring you back to the better times. OK. May be …
Another year and another Frank Zappa’s Halloween collection. If you are a major huge Frank Zappa’s fan, you probably already own the Halloween 77 and Halloween 73 sets. If so, there’s no reason to be missing this newest release: Frank Zappa Six-Disc Halloween 81 Costume Box Set.
If you are a major fan of 2009’s blockbuster video game Borderlands, you will be glad to know that you can own a piece of the originals soundtrack on wax. That’s right, folks. The Borderlands original soundtrack is now on the good’ol vinyl, just like any true collector’s music should be.
Who can forget the infectious Night Fever song by the Bee Gees? Absolutely no one. Well, unless you haven’t heard of it. Anyways, this brings us to an excellent news for fans of Bee Gees. Capitol/UMe will be rolling out five remastered LPs from the wildly popular 60/70s UK pop music group.
Nearly after five decades since their break up, the legendary British rock band The Beatles, which is survived by two living members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, is dishing out a new limited edition collection of newly remastered seven-inch vinyl singles.
Star Wars’ Galactic Empire is dark (why? ermmm, blowing up planets, duh) and you know what else is dark? Heavy metal music. As such, it is fitting to have a heavy metal rendition of the iconic soundtrack The Imperial March, AKA Darth Vader’s Them, composed by John Williams from the original Star Wars trilogy.
Here’s one not to be missed by super fans of Frank Zappa. Super fan would have know that Frank Zappa had put super shows around his favorite holiday, Halloween, through the 70s and 80s, but sadly, none of the shows in NYC were recorded due to some union issues. Lucky for fans, Zappa did make …
I guess the time is ripe for artistes from the 80s to re-released their works since, those who grew up listening to them are probably at their prime in terms of financial muscles and it is also at this point that this demographic is feeling particularly nostalgia. Having said that, Beasties Boys, the prominent American …