Category Archives: PopDose

The Steel Horse Archives: Mr. Big, “To Be With You” (1991)

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PopDose — Part Three of The Steel Horse Archives features Mr. Big, who are inexcusable and impossible to defend, no matter what Aaron Bradshaw says. Go to PopDose at once to find out what these pinheads have to do with Mega Man, and why they rule Japan with an iron fist.
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The Steel Horse Archives: Tesla, “Love Song” (1989)

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This record was Tesla's last to not include at least 9 classic-rock covers.

PopDose — Part Two of The Steel Horse Archives, featuring Tesla, whose important-looking 1989 morality play “The Great Radio Controversy” is pictured. Go to PopDose at once for some gorgeous Renaissance-era acoustic guitar magic and mp3s that you can quietly download without having to admit it.


The Steel Horse Archives: Cinderella, “Somebody Save Me” (1986)

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At midnight, they turn into Warrant.

PopDose — Part One of The Steel Horse Archives, my ridiculous and self-indulgent series over at PopDose concerning the rise and mostly fall of Hair Metal, involves Cinderella, the ladies pictured at right who were responsible for one of 1986’s fizziest pants-metal records, “Night Songs.” Head over to PopDose at once to get Saved and for a pumpkin-coach full of free mp3s that you can quietly download without telling anybody.


Review: Guns N’ Roses, “Chinese Democracy” (No, really)

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Popdose — Unless you spent a lot of time in the company of William Shatner, “Chinese Democracy” will likely be one of the most ridiculous audio recordings you ever come across. It is sprawling and stupid and ludicrous and hilarious and will make you shoot milk out of your nose and cringe and it is not very good and sometimes extremely terrible, and just when you think things cannot possibly get any more extraordinarily strange, that’s when Axl Rose drops the MLK sample on you.

Originally slated for release in 1948, “Chinese Democracy” comes out Sunday exclusively for people shopping for Black Friday-sale plasmas at Best Buy, a wise promotional stunt and kind of an all-in proposition — if putting this record out this week doesn’t create interest or move units, nothing will. Because one thing is sure: The songs won’t sell it. Read the full review via the good people at PopDose.


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