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Behind the Poster: Mötley Crüe Too Fast For Love

Behind the Poster: Mötley Crüe Too Fast For Love

PURCHASE HERE Mötley Crüe had a growing reputation as a must-see act in clubs before they released their debut record in 1981, Too Fast for Love... 38 minutes and 49 seconds of pure energy by a band with no stylistic limitations or pressures from a label. The result of the unadulterated process spawned seminal cuts like "Live Wire," "Take Me to the Top" and the title track, along with "Merry-Go-Round." With only 900 copies pressed, the self-produced album was released on Nov. 10, 1981, via the band's own Leathur Records with 10 tracks of raw aggression and attitude that matched the band's growing reputation setting themselves up for one of...

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Behind the Poster: Rush Temples of Syrinx 21/12 Day

Behind the Poster: Rush Temples of Syrinx 21/12 Day

SOLD OUT Rush - Temples of Syrinx (2112 Day Variant) - $211.20  Size: 18" x 24" Edition Size: 10 Lava Foil Paper Five Color Screenprint Hand Signed and Numbered  Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity  Please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery - It's international Rush day, and we're celebrating Neil, Alex and Geddy with the release of a very limited 2112 Day edition of the Temples of Syrinx print! We only have 10 of these, so be on the lookout as we'll be dropping these at a random time on 12/21! Rush's remarkably daring 1976 release of the dystopian future, sci-fi concept album 2112 turned 44 years old on...

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Behind the Poster: The Who London 1970

Behind the Poster: The Who London 1970

PURCHASE HERE! The Who released their highly acclaimed rock opera Tommy in May of 1969 that was supported by a massive tour throughout North America and Europe that lasted over 19 months, including a famous stop at Woodstock. The Tommy Tour came to its conclusion 50 years ago, December 18, 1970, at The Roundhouse in London (fun fact: opening for the band that evening was a young musician named Elton John). It was a night of celebration for the band, who were in extra good spirits that evening. The Who performed the majority of Tommy in their sets, and Pete Townshend famously announced at this show "This is the very last...

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Behind the Poster: The Doors New Orleans

Behind the Poster: The Doors New Orleans

PURCHASE HERE! The Doors played what turned out to be the band’s final concert with Jim Morrison fifty years ago on December 12, 1970, at the fabled A Warehouse concert hall on Tchoupitoulas Street in New Orleans. While the performance itself went so poorly the band called off the tour the next day, the Warehouse show has passed into rock ‘n’ roll legend much like Morrison himself. The Doors broke out of Los Angeles with 1967’s “Light My Fire,” and Morrison was the leather pants-wearing Lizard King, a charismatic counterculture sex symbol shaman who excited audiences. But by the time he arrived onstage at A Warehouse, “he had been living...

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