OutKast has announced a 20th Anniversary reissue of ‘Stankonia’ and now is the time to revisit that classic
Stankonia is objectively once of the greatest hip-hop albums ever. Ever! So, it’s pretty fucking sick that it’s getting a reissue with additional remixes and shit. Sign me up.
Carpenter’s ‘Escape From New York’ and ‘The Fog’ scores both getting vinyl reissues. I need a fucking record player, man
Another post about some sweet ass soundtrack getting a vinyl reissue. Another post where I note that I wish I had a record player. This time? There are multiple culprits behind my wistfulness! Carpenter’s Escape From New York and The Fog.
Carpenter has dropped his new ‘Halloween’ theme (reworked is a better way of looking at it), and I’m so damn stoked for this movie.
Greetings earthlings. Lower case e on earth because the universe doesn’t know or care about us filthy apes. I’m Contingency Plan, filthy ape among you. I previously did cool things like play in bands and record albums so like most pretentious musicians, I think my opinion matters. I’m here to bore you with buzzwords and catch phrases like ‘earworm’, ‘sick riff’, ‘synergry’ and other banality. Still, if someone buys an album that they truly enjoy that they hadn’t heard of before this column, that’s a win in my book.
You may remember, Marvel Scrubs and Fanboys, that the Doctor Strange stinger set-up his presence in Thor: Ragnarok. However, thus far Mystical Tony Stark hasn’t been present in any of the promotional materials. Well, that changes with the release of the Japanese trailer.
Jesus fucking Christ, The Fifth Element is celebrating its 20th Anniversary? Man. These bones. These balls. Creaky and saggy, but such is the passage of time. Anyways. Anyways! To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the movie’s soundtrack is getting a vinyl release. For the first time ever.
I like a lot of shit about Netflix’s Luke Cage, and the fantastic soundtrack is one component of said shit. Well, I can’t be in the fucking minority, either. ‘Cause Netflix is releasing the banging soundtrack on gorgeous ass vinyl. Now, I don’t have a record player. But if I did, I would briefly consider buying this shit, before realizing I am too cheap.
File this one under what *really* should be a category around here, given the frequency with which I reference it: reasons Ian should have a record player.