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Today's Song of the Day - "Black Metallic" by Catherine Wheel - full of memories from 1992, the year that changed everything.
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Judy Staring at the Sun :: Catherine Wheel & Tanya Donellyfrom the album, Happy DaysJudy Staring at the Sun was released in 1995 as part of the Catherine Wheel album, Happy Days.Happy Days is the third full-length album by Catherine Wheel. Like its predecessor, Chrome, it was produced by Gil Norton, and the influences of heavy metal … Continue reading Oh where have you been :: VOTD
The Best Songs of 1992 by willtopsmusictv 1992 :: The Year In Music Throwback Thursday There are many years I could christen "the year when everything changed", and in significant ways that would be true, that said, 1992 was the year where everything changed -- in big ways -- for me. In 1992 I became a parent, … Continue reading 1992 :: The year in music :: Throwback Thursday
"I still can't guess what you're after." The first time I heard this song I was laying on the floor of an ex-boyfriend’s bedroom. We were staring up at the glow-in-the-dark stars that we had stuck up there together, the year before when things were clearer between us. He was there beside me, staring up in … Continue reading Of all the secrets you’ve been keeping :: SOTD
Keep Art Alive :: Art by Audrey Kawasaki "Smacked up again behind the door, begging please give me some more. A vein that's open for the day, feel the pulse beneath the skin, and smiling as it all begins. Oh, where have you been?" I remember that this was the first purchase I made at … Continue reading She’s a volume freak :: song of the day
"I still can't guess what you're after." History lesson: Catherine Wheel's debut album, 1991/92's Ferment, made an immediate impression on the music press and introduced the band's biggest U.S. hit, Black Metallic. There seems to be multiple theories, from fans, as to what the song means. Some say the song was written about Rob Dickinson's … Continue reading The 90’s :: All of the secrets that you’re keeping