Faith-No-More

Faith-No-More

Neon Horse

Neon Horse

A wild world of Hard Rock, Punk and Synth, Neon Horse comes off like the result of a train wreck between Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder years and Faith No More. If you're looking for something different, look no further.

  • Description They were "new wave" before there was a new wave. Sparks brought a healthy helping of humor, wit and irony to rock 'n' roll. The Mael brothers now have a tribute album...well, sort of. The unofficial word is that they... Description They were "new wave" before there was a new wave. Sparks brought a healthy helping of humor, wit and irony to rock 'n' roll. The Mael brothers now have a tribute album...well, sort of. The unofficial word is that they couldn't find enough people to participate in a tribute recording so they made one to themselves. Hard to believe, but maybe everyone but Jimmy Somerville was afraid to compete with Russell Mael's munchkin-on-helium vocals. So Sparks re-made their own songs, adding orchestration and turning up the camp to stratospheric heights, sounding like Kurt Weill on nitrous oxide. And yes,Erasure and Faith No More did contribute to this record, but what's particularly impressive about this collection is all the great songs that AREN'T here--enough to fill another tribute. And what about that beefcake cover photo? Is it realor is it Photoshop? You decide.

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  • Josh watched a show on VH-1 called Rock Doc: Do it for the Band: Women of the Sunset Strip. A documentary about the broads that hung out with the Glam Rock Bands. Hosted by Bobby Brown…naturally. Angus goes on to review the new St... Josh watched a show on VH-1 called Rock Doc: Do it for the Band: Women of the Sunset Strip. A documentary about the broads that hung out with the Glam Rock Bands. Hosted by Bobby Brown…naturally. Angus goes on to review the new Steel Panther album, Dealth To All But Metal. Some might remember this band when they were Metal Shop. We digress into Wizard World Philly 2009 and Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC. Back to metal Jeff fills us in that Victory Records put us back on their mailing list. First one reviewed: The Autumn Offering: Requiem. Darkest Hour: The Eternal Returns. Bury Your Dead: Nothing Personal. Rob reviews Howard Leese: Secret Weapon. Howard was the guitar player for Heart. Josh has news!! Faith No More had a reunion sans the guitar player guy. Apparently Down has a third CD and are working on a Fourth. Rob breaks through with some Howard Leese and we get a little enjoyment out of it. Back to Josh’s news. Europe has a new CD. Fantastic. More reviews from Jeff! Alex Beyrodt’s Voodoo Circle. Angus saw Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. Starring Megan Fox and that dude. From the movie we transform (nice right?) to more reviews Covered Call: Money Never Sleeps. Josh brings up the NFL? Three offensive lineman from the Dallas Cowboys have formed a band—Free Reign. Which is weird right? Devin Townsend has a new CD called Ki. We also learned that Red Bull and Beer are bad for Josh. He becomes retarded.