A throwback to the decadent, hedonistic glam metal, heavy metal, and hard rock of the '70s and '80s. Combine the influence of punk rock with traces and you've got Apocalypse Dudes, an in-your-face album that thrives on wild, rowdy, bratty fun.
It's a shadowy interior that would otherwise be surrounded by light. The sound of the record is pop/rock on the outside, but when you listen to the lyrics, the stories on the inner core are sexual, vindictive, and wicked.
One of the first `rarities' collections, released to try and defeat bootleggers, The Who's Odds & Sods was originally released in 1974. The album features the single "Young Man Blues," a previously unreleased version of "The Seeker," alternate versions of
The Ohio quartet stare down years of negativity, soured friendships, disappointment, and mistakes and flush it all away in the wake of hammering distortion, towering melodies, cinematic production, and unapologetically cathartic lyrics.
Almost 30 years after it was recorded, a long lost record album is seeing the light of day. “Riches to Rags” is a great collection of rock ’n’ roll songs featuring the guitar work of Bob Stinson, lead guitarist and founding member of the Replacements.