I grew up with all types of music. As a kid, Heavy Metal and Motown ruled my house but I also listened to just about anything in between because back then, radio still had some variety. One day I might hear Earth Angel, and later that same day, perhaps Angel Of Death. As you might imagine I wound up with a very varied taste.Declassify >
Even though Batman has no Superpower…
The DC Universe is more than comics these days, it’s also a cinematic universe, a television universe, and it has remained a stalwart of the comics publishing industry. It’s also served as an inspiration to artists across all mediums, and one place that is sometimes overlooked is DC’s influence in popular music.Declassify >
Alice Cooper has multiplatinum albums along with a sustained rock career, plenty of newspaper column inches attributed to him, a syndicated radio show, and he’s done countless interviews, but to really get to know him you have to grab your clubs and join him on the golf course.
Second to that, reading his autobiography “Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock ‘n’ Roller’s 12 Steps to Becoming a Golf Addict” is also a great idea for fans of his music, his vaudevillian shows, or his golf game.Declassify >
Track by Track
If you could get in a time machine and ask me in my 7-year old wisdom, what the best album of all time was, I would have easily answered Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles “Coming Out of Our Shells,” without hesitation. Seriously, the album was my jam back in the day.
Though much lamented on the internet with any google search for “Coming Out of Our Shells” now, I view this gem very differently. Let’s be honest here, I was 7 when this was released and it was my jam!Declassify >
There are a lot of rock stars and musicians who want to be athletes, and baseball is a favorite sport of a lot of them, regardless of genre.
So it wasn’t hard to come up with 27 tracks to put on this list. Why 27?
Because 27 is the number of outs needed for a perfect game, thus making this the perfect baseball playlist.Declassify >