VERY LIMITED QUANTITIES REMAINING - PURCHASE HERE Moving Pictures was Rush's musical masterpiece and became the most popular album they ever released. This album also would represent a crossroads for the band, at once showcasing many elements of the sound that they had forged throughout the late 1970's while also mildly previewing their new wave influenced sound of the early 1980's. In this sense, it may well be the most diverse album that Rush ever produced. Neil Peart explored more diverse subjects than he had in the past, finding lyrical inspiration in classical literature as well as contemporary events. Moving Pictures was the first...
Rolling Stone included Aretha's performance in San Francisco in their list of the 50 greatest concerts of the last 50 years, and The Chronicle called it one one of the truly thrilling events of pop music annals. "She turned the thing into church," Ray Charles said later. "I mean, she's on fire."
We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix's final musical gift to the world, The Cry of Love, with limited edition posters by Palehorse, available 50 years to the day the album was released!
In Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell, streaming now on Netflix, the world gets to see for the first time ever the origin story of Christopher Wallace, a.k.a The Notorious B.I.G., a.k.a Biggie Smalls, a.k.a. The King of New York. We're once again honored to work with Biggie's team to produce a set of official prints commemorating another achievement of one of the most iconic musicians in history.