The title of Pearl Jamâ€™s new album Backspacer refers to a typewriter key that went out of use in the 1950â€™s. Vedder, who still uses typewriters, explains why he picked the title: â€œ”Backspacer [means] actually you kind of have to go back and look at your mistake.”
Now updated. This striking cover from hip-hop maestro Jay-Z immediately caught our eye and we featured it yesterday. However our readers were quick to point out that we’d only scratched the surface in our review. So thanks to our learned, intrepid and (let’s face it) sexy readers, here’s an updated feature.
For die-hard fans of thrash, the release of Infidels is a major event. At War were an important part of the underground thrash scenes in the 80â€™s and were well known for the pro-military themes that run through their work.
The lead singer of The Strokes will release his debut album sometime shortly, however the cover art has already emerged. It pays tribute to the iconic dog and gramophone image, best known today as the logo for various music companies, including Casablancasâ€™ label RCA.