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Alice Cooper Love It To Death 50th Anniversary

Alice Cooper Love It To Death 50th Anniversary

PURCHASE HERE & SURPRISE VARIANT REVEAL Released just over fifty years ago on March 9, 1971, Love It to Death was Alice Cooper's third album, and their first commercial success. The band was well known for their genuinely menacing live performances, the audience rarely rushing the stage fearing that Alice’s dark intimidating prowling would escape the invisible boundary that separated them. There was no hint of the clever humor that would show up in some of his later work. At a time when others were sporting eyeshadow and feather boas, Alice Cooper was appearing in a straitjacket draped in a real boa constrictor.  By 1973, the band would become so huge...

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Mötley Crüe Santa Monica 1982

Mötley Crüe Santa Monica 1982

PURCHASE HERE! On April 8, 1982, Mötley Crüe played a sold out show at the 3,500 capacity Santa Monica Civic, which was produced by racing car promoter Steve Quercio who saw the band play the Whisky and wanted to help get them to the next level.  Mötley Crüe shared the stage with a couple of race cars owned by John Force. As they played, they set fire to various instruments and debuted their new song "Knock 'Em Dead Kid." The performance and number of ticket sales for a local "Hollywood club band" finally attracted the attention of record labels, and the event...

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience Bag O' Nails 1967

The Jimi Hendrix Experience Bag O' Nails 1967

PURCHASE HERE! We commemorate many iconic concerts here, but sometimes a particular concert just stands out. This is one of those times. When Jimi Hendrix first came to England after being discovered by Chas Chandler, the word was out that a phenomenal guitar player from the United States who could play the guitar behind his back and even with his teeth was in town. Jimi created a buzz with a handful of small-venue appearances, including the now legendary jam with Cream which had left Eric Clapton gobsmacked at his prowess. On January 11, 1967, the newly formed Jimi Hendrix Experience spent a full day of recording 'Purple Haze'...

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The Who Young Vic Theatre 50th Anniversary

The Who Young Vic Theatre 50th Anniversary

AVAILABLE TODAY AT 2PM (EST)/11AM (PST)! In the spring of 1971, The Who were recording the unofficially titled album that would go on to be the iconic Who's Next. On April 26, 1971, in the midst of recording their album the band performed at The Young Vic Theatre in London, a gig that still lives on to this day cloaked in mystery. Being the events occurred exactly fifty years ago, there's uncertainty about the facts and circumstances surrounding the band's recorded concert. Of note, the band wasn't even touring at this time. Some accounts say Pete Townshend wanted to use it as part of Who's Next...

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