Carach Angren, Where The Corpses Sink Forever booklet
Sure, last year’s set of pre-rock pop standards (Kisses on the Bottom) was charming. But at 71, Paul McCartney has thankfully returned to the music of eternal youth. Recorded with a round robin of top-flight producers, including retro-modernist Mark Ronson, U.K. pop supersizer Paul Epworth and Giles (son of George) Martin, New feels energized and full of joyous rock & roll invention. More than a sentimental journey, it’s an album that wants to be part of the 21st-century pop dialogue.
The most Beatles-ish track is the Martin-produced “On My Way to Work,” whose daydream-y commuter narrative recalls “A Day in the Life”; the boldest is “Queenie Eye,” a glam-rockish stadium singalong. But the head turner is “Early Days,” a wistful, mostly acoustic memoir-reverie echoing George Harrison's “All Those Years Ago,” albeit with some genteel bitchiness, presumably about Paul's Fab Four past: “Everybody seems to have their own opinions/Of who did this and who did that,” he sings, “but as for me, I don't see how they can remember/When they weren't where it was at.”
The Ronson collaborations are the best moments, splitting the difference between then and now: the Sgt. Pepper-y “New” and “Alligator,” which shuffles White Album guitar grit with stoner synth-pop ambience. “I need a place where I can rest my weary bones and have a conversation not too deep,” McCartney sings in the latter, which sounds par for the course. But, hell, if it’s this catchy, we’re in.
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My brother and I with Rob Zombie, John 5, Ginger Fish, and Piggy D! Second picture: Poster signed by Rob and the entire band, while talking to them and my personal signed copy of House of 1000 Corpses.
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Natural Sicko 2.0 Track Listing
1. Natural Sicko (ft. Killa Capone)
2. Settle Down
3. Kill ‘Em All
4. Diced Remains (ft. F. Dux & J Reno)
5. Lyrical Monsters (ft. Bubbz)
6. Donnie’s Back
7. Following Me (ft. Hopsin & Gravity)
8. Body Snatcher
9. Lose Control (ft. Joey Oz & Bloke C)
10. For Granted
11. A Million Miles
12. I Don’t Wanna Be Like Them (ft. Jelly Roll & Bukshot)
13. Fire Inside
14. Another Murder (ft. Dopesic)
15. You Don’t Know Scary (ft. Cloroks)