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My new series, The Cassette Chronicles, debuted on Limelight magazine's website today. You can check out the first article, a look at the 1987 Helix album Wild In The Streets, right here!
I take a look at the Autograph album Sign In Please in the second installment of The Cassette Chronices. Here's the Limelight Magazine link.
The third installment in the series looks at Eddie Money's Can't Hold Back.
The 4th installment of The Cassette Chronicles looks at the Cheap Trick album Lap of Luxury.
(03-31-2017, 08:26 PM)TageRyche Wrote: [ -> ]The 4th installment of The Cassette Chronicles looks at the Cheap Trick album Lap of Luxury.

Shouldn't you post it in the 'Press' section this time, instead of here?

And why you haven't been able to see CT live since then?


Happy Cheap Trick Day!
(04-01-2017, 07:24 AM)domi Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-31-2017, 08:26 PM)TageRyche Wrote: [ -> ]The 4th installment of The Cassette Chronicles looks at the Cheap Trick album Lap of Luxury.

Shouldn't you post it in the 'Press' section this time, instead of here?

And why you haven't been able to see CT live since then?


Happy Cheap Trick Day!

Don't want to presume to put it in there so I kept it in this thread.

And the timing has never been right for me to get to another show. Area appearances have either been when I couldn't go because of prior commitment or lack of cash.
The 5th entry in my Cassette Chronicles series looks at Lindsey Buckingham's Go Insane.
The 6th entry in my Cassette Chronicles series looks at Eddie Money's Nothing To Lose.
The 7th entry in my Cassette Chronicles series looks at John Norum's Total Control.
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