|About 24 results (0.14 seconds)|
The album, Evolution Of Intensity was produced by Sean Slade (Radiohead, ... "
We chose Sean Slade [as producer] because he had a real understanding of the ...
These boys from London and its environs hearken back to the good times pub
rock of Slade and Uriah Heep, but the music has picked up all the progress ...
x-Reference; Robert Palmer · Slade · Moot the Hoople ... melodies and sense of
lager-soaked solidarity recalls such ancient rockers as Slade or Mott the Hoople.
"Gudbye 'T Jane" (a Slade cover) rocks like a Rolling Stones cover band with
seriously pop metal guitars. It's not a surprise that those two songs are included
From the first notes of their tenth studio album, it's clear that NMA leader Justin
Sullivan (or Slade the Leveller if you prefer) and his band have more “artistic ...
We grew up all around that, bands like T. Rex, Roxy Music, Slade, and all that
kind of stuff, which was huge in the UK. We liked all of the other rock as well, that ...
Like a contemporary version of glam rockers Slade or T-Rex, or like early Sonic
Youth on a particularly poppy day, this is highly idiosyncratic music that sets out ...
Third album from UK's wannabe-Californians A, blending the lightweight punk-
pop of Blink-182 with Slade's glam and the schmaltz-rock of David Lee Roth.
I'm a big funk fan, more so than jazz, I grew up on Slade, Dazz Band, Aura,
Cameo [!], Undisputed Truth, so...you know, that was always funky. Jazz to me is
Consider "Wild," which features an infectious sample of a cheeky English kid
shattering through a cover of Slade's "Cum on Feel the Noise," a herky-jerky ...