Stylus Magazine is shutting down. As a parting gift, editor Todd Burns offers up The Bluffer’s Guide to Stylus, highlighting many of the prolific site’s best work (as well as a few funny lowlights).
Stylus Magazine: Top Ten Songs with Raps in the Middle. With videos! “In the early ’90s, recording contracts must have had boilerplate clauses requiring songs to have raps in the middle. Perhaps they were misguided attempts at crossover appeal, or early forms of affirmative action.”
This is a very funny article for anyone who holds a fond place in their heart for the Soup Dragons and Deee-Lite…
McCartney — After the Ball – Stylus Magazine assesses Paul’s solo output. It’s fair and sharp, which is all too rare when discussing the “cute” Beatle.