Release Radar – A good week for Pop

Posted by | July 28, 2017 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Lots of fun pop releases this week not to mention a new album from UK alt-rockers The Charlatans “Different Days” and there’s a 50th anniversary release for the Beatles “Sgt. Pepper” (remix is pretty good).

 

All I’ve been listening to lately is Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog, Tool and a little Pixies, Mastodon and Sublime. Never a bad choice to listen to almost anything by those bands.

 

I did see Tool in concert for the first time this week and it was an both an auditory and visual experience. Great musicians plus a lot of attention and detail to their lighting and projections to complement the music. Plus, they have actual fanatics for fans. Lots of love going on there for those four guys. And the longest merchandise lines I can remember seeing at a concert. And they stayed that way the entire evening.

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Many people walking around with plastic shopping bags overflowing with merch. It seemed like about 75% of the attendees were wearing Tool shirts. However, I saw a number of Soundgarden shirts walking around as well.

Stop in next Friday for your weekly Release Radar from Noisy Planet.

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