Tag Archives: 1994

10 YEARS AGO TODAY: SCISSOR SISTERS (Self-Titled) (A “Looking Back” Review)…

Today marks the 10th anniversary of Scissor Sisters’ self-titled debut album. At the time it was only released in the UK. It came out later in the year in the US. When the band had been recommended to be by a like-minded chat friend, I wasn’t even aware of its existence. I had heard “Comfortably […]

FRIDAY NIGHT CONCERT: GREEN DAY – WOODSTOCK 1994…

Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of Green Day’s landmark album Dookie. The album was their breakthrough and their first on a major label, which forever brought up the question, “Does a band sell out if they move to a major label?”. Regardless of the debate, Dookie was an album full of teenage angst and questioning […]