Former Creem editor Dave Marsh rails against TicketSatan.
Glorious Noise and the rest of the world made a very big deal a few weeks ago when Wilco’s new album, which had been rejected by their record label, debuted at number 13 on Billboard’s album chart. It proved, we said, that not only are record company executives weak in the head about what kind … Continue reading Well, It’s Better than the Last One
White Stripes Marriage License Glorious Noise values the truth as much as we value great rock and roll. So what’s to be done when these important values butt heads? We go both ways. Though the Detroit Free Press broke this story over a year ago, the White Stripes continue to propogate the rumor that they … Continue reading White Stripes Marriage License
Frogponding with Audiogalaxy.
The Birth of the Recording Industry – very cool info and recordings from the Library of Congress.
Elliott Smith Live at the Riviera Theater Thursday, May 2, 2002 I love Elliott Smith, but man, he was a mess last night opening up for Wilco at an unannounced show in Chicago. It was really sad. He apparently slept funny on the plane and a couple of his fingers had fallen asleep and would … Continue reading Just Say Yes
According to Hits Magazine, Wilco sold 52,900 copies of YHF in its first week and finished in 13th place in the country for weekly sales.
Heineken is bullying classic punk label, Red Star Records. Drink Pabst!
If you haven’t seen them before, you’ve got to read Buddyhead’s Rules of Rock and Rules for Audiences of Rock.
Wilco bassist John Stirratt spills the beans on Jay Bennett, Ken Coomer and Jay Farrar.