The Secret Sunset of Rock : Insanely Great Records from the 2000s

You know, I still can't figure out exactly when Rock n' Roll died. Or at least when it went into a persistent vegetative state. It seems like an important thing to determine, but it seems like no one even cares to check anymore. That's something that needs to be remedied if the music is ever to live again. 


Opening Presence (Led Zeppelin's Presence, That Is)

Presence is an album a lot of Led Zeppelin fans don’t own, and even a lot of those that do don’t listen to it very often. Which is not to say it's unworthy: it’s simply that the after the remarkable run of classic, groundbreaking albums that the Mighty Zep blessed us with, Presence feels like somewhat of a retreat.