Monthly Archive: February 2021

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The Librarians

There are plenty of series that focuses on collecting and locking away magical artifacts. We have Friday the 13th: The Series, Supernatural, Warehouse 13, Relic Hunter and we have the Librarians. I’ve always loved this kind of series and this is my newest addition to them. It is based on a trilogy of movies released a few years before starring Noah Wyle. I loved them and when I first got acquainted with them I didn’t...

The next generation 0

Star Trek: The Next Generation

I can’t say exactly when I discovered Star Trek for the first time. It as many years ago to be sure, although “my” series wasn’t The Next Generation but The Original Series from the 60s. This is kinda strange since I wasn’t even born when it aired and I was born and raised in a country where it didn’t air anyway. There might have been some TV-time for it in the 70s but I can’t...

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Amy MacDonald – Under Stars – 2017

I Believe I own Amy Macdonald’s first two albums. They are very nice listening experiences. I like her voice a lot. It sounds like she’s singing somewhere in the back of her through and it gives a certain sound. I suppose Amy’s music qualify as country pop but to be honest I don’t hear much country music in there. The exception is in her voice. It’s hard to explain but there’s something country there. Apart...

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Kiss – Peter Criss – 1978

Peter Criss’s solo album differs from the other member quite a bit. It doesn’t sound like Kiss whatsoever. I really like that. It’s the opposite of Paul Stanley’s effort that was just another Kiss album. This is special, this is an opportunity well taken care of. This is a rock album with something totally different than what you’d expect. There are both piano and string arrangements there. Something completely different than just bass, guitar, and...

The Lost Boy 0

The Lost Boy – 1997 – sequel to a child called it

The Lost boy is the continuing story that began with A Child Called It. The first chapter kinda stays in the story told in the previous book. Maybe it’s a little more in-depth than the story that was told in A Child Called it. As a whole, I feel that this isn’t filled with descriptions of physical abuse. That doesn’t mean that it’s any easier to understand how a mother can treat her child this way. And even...

Ace Frehley 0

Kiss – Ace Frehley – 1978

Back in the day when I grew up I always liked Ace Frehley’s way of writing music more than the other Kiss members. It was more straight and to the point in some way. I still hold songs like Cold Gin and Hard Times from the Dynasty album among the best that ever can from the band. All the songs on this solo album sound just like you’d expect. I guess I could have an...

Goes to Hell 0

Alice Cooper – Goes to Hell – 1976

Alice Cooper Goes to Hell follows in the musical wake after the legendary masterpiece Welcome to my Nightmare. The songs seem to be written with the stage in mind and how they could be performed live. It’s theatrical and would fit on any musical scene. At least if you’re talking about rock scenes and other equivalents. But I don’t think there’s any real classics on this album. Of course, we got the main title but...

Gene Simmons 0

Kiss – Gene Simmons – 1978

When I grew up in the 70s and 80s I thought Kiss was so cool. And Coolest of all was, of course, Gene Simmons! He was my favorite by far! That was, more or less, his character, music-wise I liked Ace Frehley best. His songs were always more rock than the other members in the band. Anyway. This solo album from 1978 sounds mostly like an ordinary Kiss album, just like Paul Stanley’s solo album...

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Bourbon Boys – Hail to the Chief – 2013

When I first heard Hail to the Chief by Bourbon Boys I wasn’t sure if it was a serious album or not. You know the feeling when something is just a little bit too typical for the genre. Something that it right on the edge between serious and delf distanced. I’m still not sure I might add. But after listening to Hail to the Chief for many times more at least I decided that I...