Bruce Springsteen “Rocky Ground” Review

The Total Embodiment of America

So I thought about giving a full on album review for the new Springsteen album Wrecking Ball, but I had two issues with that idea; one, the album isn’t overly interesting to write about and two, I was a bit short on time. Instead I’ve decided to review what I would consider a real oddball of track on Wrecking Ball in “Rocky Ground”.
Continue reading “Bruce Springsteen “Rocky Ground” Review”

Advertisements

Madonna’s Halftime Show Review

It’s fair to say that there are plenty of overrated things in the entertainment industry. HBO’s Entourage, Michael Bay, the entire clan of Kardashians (not just Kim), and essentially everything in the vein of “Hollywood life” or “Los Angeles culture” all lead the pack in worthless assets to the industry that should make people cringe, and maybe even throw-up in their mouth a little bit. Close behind all of these resides a special spot for the worthlessness of the Super Bowl halftime show. Don’t get me wrong, I love football, and the Super Bowl itself, and all the fun and hype that come along with it. But over the years, the halftime shows have just become a chore to watch. In fact there are really only two non-nudity involved halftime shows that have really ever stood out to me, and last nights performance was actually one of them.
Continue reading “Madonna’s Halftime Show Review”

Top Ten Thursday: Conception

With the great disappointment of Mylo Xyloto (Coldplays new concept album that dropped earlier this week) still being fresh in our heads, we at LxL wanted to remind the world that there are indeed good concept albums out there. Apologies to Austin, who got particularly screwed in this weeks voting, but nonetheless, here is what we came up with:
Continue reading “Top Ten Thursday: Conception”