As a director, Clint Eastwood has made better movies than 'Play Misty for Me.' He even directed a better one in the '70s, a decade in which he was earning money to make his not-quite mainstream films by co-starring alongside a beer-guzzling orangutan. But he never made a movie as dark and as twisted as his first.
When Soundgarden released ‘Superunknown’ on March 8, 1994, it was more than just a case of being in the right place at the right time. The Seattle band’s fourth album certainly sounded like it was tailor-made for the grunge era, with its downplayed, muddy, almost-metal guitars and Chris Cornell’s pained howls, but it was destined for bigger things from the start.
It’s hard to remember these days -- when John Waters plays the role of the grand old man of pop culture, writing witty essays about Johnny Mathis or lending his voice to commentary tracks on ‘Mommy Dearest’ -- that the guy with the pencil-thin mustache was once considered genuinely dangerous.
If you ever need proof that your dad wasn't nearly as much of an a--hole as he could have been, take a listen to the fascinating 40-minute studio session for the Beach Boys' 'Help Me, Rhonda.' Even though the group was led by Brian Wilson, you'd never know it by the way his dad bum-rushes the mic.
So far, 2014 has been a busy year for U2. They debuted a new song, 'Invisible,' during a Super Bowl ad, performed at the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards and helped mark Jimmy Fallon's debut of 'The Tonight Show.' But all this recent movement isn't leading up to a new album or tour.
It has been said recently, and on numerous occasions, that we are enjoying a new golden age of television. It's a point that's hard to argue with. Almost every network has had at least one show that knocked it out of the park.
Morrissey's 10th solo album is due for release this summer, and the perpetually mopey singer came up with a typically understated title for it. 'World Peace Is None of Your Business' will hit the streets in late June or early July (no concrete date has been announced yet).
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