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Vinnie Vincent Headed for ‘More Legal Problems’

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If you ask Gene Simmons, former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent is “his own worst enemy.”Commenting on Vincent’s recent Kiss-related trademark applications, Simmons declared that his former bandmate was “about to get into some more legal problems, because he tried to trademark the makeup and to trademark ‘Vinnie Vincent Kiss’, the logo.”With Vincent about to play his first show in three decades, the trademark applications suggest that he’s possibly planning to put together a new band to play songs from his brief but productive time with Kiss. He has, however, also alluded to reuniting the Vinnie Vincent Invasion, which he led after being fired from Kiss in 1984.”There’s something called the classic failure mechanism, which I was told [about] by doctors and everything — I’m not saying he is one,” Simmons said, when asked about Vincent while touring with his own solo band and Vincent’s predecessor Ace Frehley in Australia. “But there are people who simply cannot handle when things are starting to go their way — success — so they torpedo it by making stupid decisions to make sure they don’t succeed, so they can deal with that.””Vinnie is a great guy, very talented, and maybe, in my view, his own worst enemy — in my opinion,” Simmons added. This April, the duo shared the stage for the first time in decades at the Nashville stop on Simmons’ Vault Experience tour.Vincent’s dismissal from Kiss, in part, stemmed from his refusal to sign a contract as an employee throughout his short tenure with the band. The relationship became more acrimonious over time as Vincent sued the band for royalties from the 1983 album Lick It Up, and lost.window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], t = window.twttr || {}; if (d.getElementById(id)) return t; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); t._e = []; t.ready = function(f) { t._e.push(f); }; return t; }(document, “script”, “twitter-wjs”)); (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, “script”, “facebook-jssdk”));

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CRSSD Fest Returns to Kick Off Fall Festivals with the Finest [Playlist]

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It feels like summer just arrived but fall is creeping up just like the semi-annual event, CRSSD Fest. Returning to the Waterfront Park in San Diego, to kick off fall festivals, CRSSD Fest pulls a top-notch lineup set for this September 29th-30th. The curators invite acts like Canadian electric duo Bob Moses, Sofi Tukker, Louis the Child, electric-trio Autograf, ambient-house producer Shallou, White Cliffs, deep house artist Yotto, Wade, John Digweed, Big Wild, tropical house master Thomas Jack, and much more. CRSSD Fest fall session carries a lineup collection of house and techno’s finest. CRSSD Fest Lineup via Facebook Listen To Our CRSSD Fest Fall Session Playlist Below: The ritual continues with three stages that include the Ocean View Stage, The Palms Stage, and City Steps. Starting with the Ocean View Stage, ticket buyers can look forward to a variety of live acts on the main stage like Hayden James, Flight Facilities, Naations, Marian Hill, and plus a special guest of Louis The Child. The Palm stage will be the filled with a lot of house heads grooving to the tropical vibes it conveys. For the first time, Thomas Jack will be performing, Dusky, Claptone, a live performance by Darius, and between Chris Lake & Chris Lorenzo as Anti-Up. Bringing forward the industrious sounds of underground music is City Steps. Get ready to watch acts like techno duo Pig & Dan, Nina Kraviz, Israelite Guy J, Shelly Johannson, and Dublin finest Matador (Live) perform. Photo by CRSSD via Facebook Photo by CRSSD via Facebook Photo by CRSSD via Facebook Since 2015, CRSSD has been recognized for the mesmerizing sunset views and the waterfront stages while attendees splash in the fountains. The festival will once again invite San Diego’s local food vendors, crafted beers, and a full mixology program. Located between city hall and the coast, there’s no question as to why dance lovers keep returning and CRSSD remains in the spotlight. Follow CRSSD Fest: Official website | Facebook | Twitter  | Instagram | SoundCloud

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Bill Ward Recalls ‘Heart Ripped to Pieces’ in Black Sabbath Feud

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Bill Ward said his “heart was ripped to pieces” when he felt forced to bow out of Black Sabbath in 2012, but added that he’d left all the negativity behind him.The drummer declined to appear on the band’s final album, 13, and played no role in the years leading up to its farewell show in 2017, stating that he hadn’t been offered a contract he regarded as “signable.” A series of claims and counter-claims surfaced during that period, with relations between Ward and singer Ozzy Osbourne appearing particularly poor.“In 2012, I went through such a departure of love and relationship,” Ward said during his first-ever public poetry recital in Los Angeles recently. He described the experience as “something that was really damaging for me and damaging for a lot of people in [those] relationships.”“A lot of the things which are kind of emerging in the poetry are really in my recovery from the detachment from something that was very sacred to me,” he said. “My love was torn apart; my heart was ripped to pieces.” Still, he added, he now feels “very much at peace. The things of 2012 are past. I’m in a very enlightened place; I love the people I’ve worked with all my life. … I’m through anything that was negative about those times.”In a Q&A later in the evening, Ward was asked for his advice on dealing with difficult times. “If you believe in a higher power or if you believe in God, then I would suggest that you go to God and see if you can find some solutions,” he said. “If you don’t believe in God, then try to be as honest with yourself as you possibly can. … My own pain, my own sadness has brought me to a place of surrender, so I’ll surrender to the truth anyway and go, ‘You know what? I need to talk to somebody about this.’”He advised audience members to “try not to be alone with your own pain. Try to find someone you can trust your pain with. It’s really important that we communally share what’s going on with each other. … Otherwise, we’re going to be walking around in a very sorrowful place.”Ward also thanked Black Sabbath fans for the “connection” they offered him during the band’s performances. “When I played drums onstage, I poured everything out,” he noted. “I went to my primal scream … the bottom of my very self. I know that you were going to the bottom of your very selves as well. It’s like having sex without the sex!” window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], t = window.twttr || {}; if (d.getElementById(id)) return t; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); t._e = []; t.ready = function(f) { t._e.push(f); }; return t; }(document, “script”, “twitter-wjs”)); (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, “script”, “facebook-jssdk”));

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bitbird’s DROELOE Drops Sophomore EP, The Choices We Face

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The Dutch duo DROELOE — real names Vincent Rooijers & Hein Hamers — have just dropped their sophomore EP, The Choices We Face, via San Holo’s creative outfit, bitbird. Following the success of their debut EP, A Moment In Time, which has received over 25 million streams on Spotify, DROELOE is hungry for success on their newest project. photo credit DROELOE The driving force behind much of DROELOE’s accomplishment can be accredited to their incredibly unique sound. Their music tends to incorporate beautiful piano harmonies, harsh trap drums, intricate percussion elements and catchy synth melodies. Every song they release takes the listener on a thoughtful and complex musical journey- The Choices We Face is no exception. The Choices We Face by DROELOE The most notable tracks off this project are “Taking Flight”, “Looking Back”, and “Weird Machine”. “Taking Flight” features the classic DROELOE trap sound we know and love. It begins with a eerie piano melody and then slowly transforms into an explosive ballad. Similar to “Taking Flight”, “Looking Back” is another fantastic trap/future bass inspired banger. Now onto my favorite track of the entire EP: “Weird Machine”. With the help of the amazing vocal talent Nevve, this song pushes the boundaries of electronic music. Vibrant, bubbly synths contrast with a granular bass to produce a one-of-a-kind sound on “Weird Machine.” Once you get a chance, take a listen to DROELOE’s newest EP, The Choices We Face. You will not be disappointed.  Also be sure to look out for more quality releases from the bitbird label in the future. Follow DROELOE:

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‘Mild Stroke’ Forces Dickey Betts to Cancel Tour

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Following what his doctors deemed a mild stroke, guitarist Dickey Betts has cancelled an upcoming string of tour dates.The brief string of three dates in Syracuse, N.Y.; Wallingford, Conn.; and Hampton Beach, N.H., that were set to begin Tuesday was canceled after the Allman Brothers Band alum was diagnosed with “post-stroke repercussions.” It is not clear when Betts suffered the stroke.“Yesterday, after describing to his physicians certain post-stroke repercussions, he was strongly advised to give himself more time to recuperate,” his website noted this morning. “Doctors have assured Betts that after three to five weeks he will be 100 percent recovered and can resume his touring schedule.”“Dickey really regrets that he can’t be there for his fans,” his manager David Spero said in the release, “but he has to take care of his health first.”Betts, 74, plans to get back on the road in time for his Nov. 1 show in Augusta, Ga., and hopes to reschedule this week’s canceled appearances in Connecticut and New Hampshire (the New York date was part of the state fair, so that will be a little trickier to re-schedule.)The “Ramblin’ Man” had just returned to the road in May, after announcing his retirement in November of last year. Prior to that, he hadn’t played with his band in more than three years.”It’s a little bit of burnout, a little sour grapes, a little bit like a boxer who gives it up. It’s pretty tough, to tell you the truth,” he said at the time. “Everyone wishes they could be young forever. But I feel like I did my work, and I’m not gonna do anything that’s gonna top what I’m known for. So why don’t you just stay home?”But the sentiment didn’t last long. Three weeks later, he was planning a tour with the Dickey Betts Band, which included his son and fellow guitarist, Duane Betts.“When I turned 70 years old, I just figured I wanted to go fishing and play golf and mess around and stuff, so I decided I would retire,” he said of the reversal. “Well, I got bored as hell sitting around here. Then I do this Rolling Stone interview – just to be friendly, I wasn’t really working on a career or nothing – and when it came out, the promoters starting calling me, offering me good money to go out and play again. I was bored, and they wanted me back. That’s the way it happened.”window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], t = window.twttr || {}; if (d.getElementById(id)) return t; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); t._e = []; t.ready = function(f) { t._e.push(f); }; return t; }(document, “script”, “twitter-wjs”)); (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, “script”, “facebook-jssdk”));

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thatDROP Shoots the Breeze with Adventure Club

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The dubstep duo Adventure Club started off as a pop-punk band heavy in the metal scene with barely knowing each other. Sooner than later after one of them keeping their ears open in the electronic scene, they started touching their feet into the dubstep world. After listening to some intriguing remixes of some of their favorite bands, they couldn’t resist to mess around with producing. Always leading the superhero theme, the duo has had sold-out shows, released albums, and remixes catching the ears of many. If gaining new fans doesn’t say much to you, then allow their Grammy Nomination for the remix of Undercover by Kehlani do all the talking. Adventure Club recently performed for the first time at this years Shambhala Music Festival in Salmo River Ranch in Canada. Before jumping on decks, blowing away fans with their industrious sounds, we double teamed the duo, interviewed them about their past endeavors and visions. Listen to ‘Dream’ ft. ELEA as you enjoy our conversation with the men themselves: Photo of Adventure Club via Facebook Are you really excited to play tonight? Leighton- Very, very excited. Christian- We touched down and we just tried to get in touch with the festival. We roamed around and started picking up on the vibe. How did you guys actually meet? I know you were in a pop-punk band initially.  Leighton- That is how we met. Christian- I showed up for a band try out-we had a mutual friend. I walked into Leighton’s parent’s house, went into his basement. I was a guitarist, so I put my amp down, and told him I was his new guitarist. (laugh) We had a couple band practices not too long after we started jamming together. We went out to a local bar together, bonded like crazy. I think it was winter time, we fell into a bush together and then we were best friends. Leighton- A bush is what cemented the bond. Christian- We woke up in my basement covered in twigs and stuff. And now you guys are here again in nature, hey look how that worked out! Leighton- Full circle. Christian- That’s the first time I told that story. What impulsed you to transition into electronic music after being in the band? Christian- Leighton had his ear to the ground as far as electronic music goes […] This kind of like new wave of dubstep came out and we heard a couple remixes from some of our favorite hardcore bands. It was mind blowing because the hardcore style break down where it goes into the halftime drumline and feels slow and headbanging. Dubstep was doing that with all of these cool sounds and this new style and it really just spoke to us. When you transitioned then how did you come up with the name ‘Adventure Club’? Leighton- I think at the time when we were making Adventure Club music we wanted to make the super grimy, super hardcore. We wanted a name when someone heard it, they thought it was going to be the most bubblegum music like pop or Barbie girl music. Christian- We thought it would be an ironic name. Leighton- Yea, an ironic name. And then people would listen to the music and then realize this was not what we were expecting at all. You mentioned that you guys actually played around with producing while you were in a band, so did you teach yourself how to produce? Christian- Self-taught. We were not very good at it at all. We were laying down tracks just to get ideas down when we were in a live band so when Adventure Club started taking off, there was a lot of learning to be done. It was really just a fun experience, discovering that and having that at your fingertips. I read that you use Sonar by Cakewalk and you use Ableton for editing. For upcoming producers who are trying to learn different programs for music production, why do you use Sonar- what are the benefits from that one versus using Ableton alone or any other program? Christian- It’s more reasonable. There’s more available and more tutorials. Leighton- For electronic music itself, it is geared towards that whereas Cakewalk is geared towards live instrumentation. Christian- But you can say that it helps craft our sound in a more unique way. A more unique workflow than a majority of the people in the scene. In 2013, you started Superhero Anonymous Mixes, why did you chose that theme with Superheroes? Christian- I love that we are talking about the hero theme. We feel like it really speaks to us and speaks to the music and speaks to our brand. It feels nice-its right for us. It just made the most sense to use individually as people. I feel like everyone can have that everyday hero scenario. This year you guys got a Grammy nomination for the remix “Undercover” by Kehlani. How does that even feel- to make it this far?  Christian- I don’t even know still. You just brought it up and it stills feels like it didn’t happen. Leighton- Objectively or even subjectively, I feel like getting a Grammy nomination is one of  the highest achievements that you can aspire for as a musician. So even to get that nod in our direction was something surreal to us to actually go there, walk the carpet, see some of our idols, and all of the people we look up to. Adventure Club at the Grammy’s via Facebook Since you have been traveling internationally to perform. What are some of your favorite places and do you have any memorable moments? Christian- Lately we love touring Asia. They are just getting into EDM, they are really responsive to any genre you want to play. Leighton-  As far as memorable moments go- I feel like Coachella 2014 is like a highlight of our career. We got to close out the Sahara tent. We brought out a couple of acts and it was one of the biggest crowds we very played in front of. You guys are really good at implementing a lot of different genres in your mixes. Nowadays, you do see producers that stick to one genre but then later start doing another style of music, and change. Do you guys feel like you will continue to stay in this direction with dubstep? Christian- It always calls to us. One amazing thing about the EDM scene is you can experiment and explore so many areas. From an artistic standpoint, it is extremely satisfying to express yourself in all these kinds of ways and using all these kinds of styles. It really promotes creativity. But with that said, I know we always get drawn and pulled back to that melodic dubstep/bass area. Leighton- It is what speaks to us the most. We were growing with the scene as well. Like we started with dubstep but then big room and deep house became the thing and then melodic dubstep made a comeback. Throughout the years of Adventure Club, we’ve always had this one unique sound that we tried to stick to however, that doesn’t necessarily mean that we don’t want to experiment with other sounds. What can your fans look forward to in the next couple months/year? Christian- We have been pushing pretty hard in that superhero direction for future projects. We’ve been getting called back to the roots a bit. It’s amazing that we can organically get pulled back into that original sound and our fans are with us over the course of our journey of Adventure Club. The fact that we can return to our roots holding that spark still, I think that’s important. So last question, who is each of your favorite superhero? Christian: Oh boy! Here it is (laughs) My big guy when I was a kid, Iron Man. My brother always had the comic books, and I always loved reading them. Leighton-Probably Thor. Big Thor fan. Listen To Bonus Remix of Undercover from Kehlani by Adventure Club: Follow Adventure Club: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Soundcloud Collaborative Editorial With Franchesca Spinosi and Janet Jaimes. 

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Vinnie Vincent Adds ‘Full Shred’ Set to Comeback Show

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Vinnie Vincent announced the addition of a “full shred” set to his comeback show, which takes place at Graceland in Memphis on Dec. 7.The former Kiss guitarist had previously announced that the performance would be an acoustic-only affair, with special guest Robert Fleischman, an ex-member of Vinnie Vincent Invasion. “Vinnie Vincent performs live for the first time in 30 years, singing and performing his songs acoustically and full shred from Kiss, the Invasion and more!” a message on his website reads.In answer to the question “Why acoustic?” the site replied,“Vinnie hasn’t played live on stage in over 30 years, and the truth is he really enjoys playing  and singing songs he wrote or co-wrote like ‘A Million to One,’ ‘Tears,’ ‘Back on the Streets,’ ‘That Time of Year,’ ‘I Still Love You’ and others acoustically. Add in a special guest or two to the mix that night, and it promises to make for an awesome evening.”Fleischman said earlier this year that he had doubts about trying to deliver a full-power set. “I know a lot of people would want the whole electric version,” he explained. “You really have to put it together for something like that, because once you go that route, everyone’s critical coat comes on. … I can’t run as fast as I could then, I don’t fit in the same pants. To expect me to just go up there and wail, I just don’t see myself doing that. I could do some songs but [others] I probably couldn’t do because I’m an old guy now.”Vincent said several months ago that he was planning to return to the “shred circuit” and that, although it was taking time to arrange, he was aiming to hit the road in early 2019. He recently filed trademark applications for the phrase “Vinnie Vincent’s Kiss.” Some tickets remain on sale for the standalone show, which has a capacity of 450, with prices ranging from $65 to $95, and a meet-and-greet option costing $199.window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], t = window.twttr || {}; if (d.getElementById(id)) return t; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); t._e = []; t.ready = function(f) { t._e.push(f); }; return t; }(document, “script”, “twitter-wjs”)); (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, “script”, “facebook-jssdk”));

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The Story Behind Destructo’s Beloved All My Friends Music Festival

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It’s all about FRIENDSHIP baby! Ever since moving onto this new chapter in his music industry career, Gary Richards has been tirelessly working to amass his new AMF brand. AMF, or All My Friends, seems to be popping up as a common theme for his latest life venture; it all began with the All My Friends Tour. His friendship theme later appeared once again when he dropped news of a brand new cruise ship festival called Friendship. With the immense love and support for HOLY! Ship that he received from the #ShipFam, you know that Friendship is sure to be one hell-of-a trip! Then earlier this year, Destructo unleashed a new festival unto Los Angeles: the All My Friends Music Festival, brought to you by AMFAMFAMF. Are you seeing the common theme yet? It’s all about FRIENDSHIP baby! Returning to his stomping grounds in Los Angeles, California, Gary Richards will be hosting what is sure to be another incredible event to add to his music industry conspectuses. All My Friends Music Festival will take place this summer on August 18th and 19th in downtown LA. Tickets to AMF are available HERE.  Tying it into this developed FRIENDSHIP theme, AMF announced the full lineup via parody trailer set to the theme of “Golden Girls”. Anna Lunoe sings the classic lyrics “thank you for being a friend” while the lineup is revealed over clips of Wax Motif, Chris Lake, Justin Martin, Chris Lorenzo, Deux Twins and Destructo. To really sell you on the event, the second half of the trailer not only reveals the remaining artists on the lineup but delivers the high-energy EDM excitement that you’d expect from a music festival. Enjoy an episode of AMF Radio as you review the daily lineup for All My Friends Music Festival. ALL MY FRIENDS MUSIC FESTIVAL SET TIMES Listen to Justin Martin’s remix of ‘Small Talk’:  Destructo has been working tirelessly since leaving HARD, building his new empire. It started with the All My Friends tour, which made a stop in Phoenix with Fisher and Dillion Nathaniel, then he announced a new cruise ship festival (which came as a huge relief to long-time fans of HOLY Ship!), aptly titled FRIENDSHIP. Earlier this month Destructo and AMFAMFAMF announced a new festival in Los Angeles, the All My Friends Music Festival.  For Gary Richards, the former mastermind of the decade-old Hard Summer music festival, his All My Friends festival will feel much like a homecoming. “I always wanted to be back in downtown,” he said, of the new event slated to take place in the late summer in the booming Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. Compared to the years of Hard Summer Music Fests, which once-upon-a-time was held at the Los Angeles State Historic Park near Chinatown, until more recently in Pomona and Fontana, All My Friends will bring Gary Richards full circle, bringing him right back to where he started. “This is a city festival, it feels urban. It’s set up for three stages so when you look at all the buildings, it makes for a cool cityscape feel.” -Gary Richards Only to see it thrust into controversy in its later years, Gary Richards spent a decade building up his old festival production company HARD Events. Luckily the events he produced with HARD garnered Gary quite the reputation for curating festivals. If you’re going to an event where Richards was in charge of the lineup, you can trust that every act at the event will be rich with talent. Even though AMFAMFAMF is a new brand, All My Friends had no problem selling event tickets probably because of this reputation he incurred with his highly revered work in the dance music community. After parting ways with mega-promoter Live Nation last year, All My Friends is Gary’s first LA concert under the new promoter in town: LiveStyle.   Follow All My Friends Music Festival:

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How You Can Reassemble Steve Perry’s Lost ‘Against the Wall’ LP

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To say there are gaps in Steve Perry’s discography is an understatement — one need only recall the 24-year space between 1994’s For the Love of Strange Medicine and the recently announced Traces to understand that the man takes his time between records.There’s an earlier gap, though, that carries with it an interesting tale.Perry’s first solo album, 1984’s Street Talk, was followed in relatively quick succession by Journey’s Raised on Radio, which came out in 1986. There followed an eight-year period of silence — public silence, at least. As it happens, Perry had been working on not one, but two albums in that time, only one of which (the aforementioned Strange Medicine) saw release as he had conceived it.The other album was recorded under the working title Against the Wall, and it was intended to be Perry’s second solo LP. Perry began working on the album in the time between Street Talk and Raised on Radio, but set it aside to return to the Journey fold.That’s when things went sideways for the band. Relations between Perry and guitarist Neal Schon soured, and bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith were dismissed from the group, to be replaced by Randy Jackson and Larrie Londin, respectively.Most tragically, Perry’s mother died during the making of Raised on Radio, leaving him devastated, yet still responsible to finish the album and tour behind it.“She was dying during the writing and recording of that record,” Perry told GQ, “and in the middle of doing vocals, she died. So I came home, took care of that, went back, finished the vocals and stuff, and before I know it, we’re on tour. And by the end of that tour, I was toast.”Journey shut down for 10 years after that tour (with the exception of a brief, one-off live performance), and Perry went off on his own to rest and recharge. Eventually, he returned to working on Against the Wall.Eleven songs had been completed when, according to Neil Daniels’ book Don’t Stop Believin’: The Untold Story of Journey, a rift opened between Perry and his record company, Sony Music (which had bought Columbia Records, home of Street Talk and all of Journey’s albums). Disagreements over the direction of the record led to Against the Wall being shelved.In a 1991 interview, Perry indicated that another reason might have been in play, as well.“I started the ‘record thing,’ you know, tracking, overdubs, vocals, mixing, etc.,” he said. “During this time, my life began to change, and when I finished, I realized that some of the things I feel today were not reflected in the total picture as I looked back at the project.”Eventually, Perry moved on to write, record and release a whole new set of songs — which ended up on For the Love of Strange Medicine.The Against the Wall material has surfaced, though — just not all together. Seven songs from the project made it onto Perry’s 1998 compilation Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased, while three additional cuts were included in the 2006 re-release of For the Love of Strange Medicine. A final song came out as a B-side on the maxi-single for Strange Medicine’s “Missing You.”So, with a little digging, you can build your own version of Against the Wall. Sequence it however you like, but here’s one suggestion:Steve Perry, ‘Against the Wall’ Proposed Track Listing Side A “Against the Wall” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “Summer of Luv” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “If You Need Me, Call Me” (For the Love of Strange Medicine 2006 reissue bonus track) “What Was” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “Forever Right or Wrong (Love’s Like a River)” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “Can’t Stop” (For the Love of Strange Medicine 2006 reissue bonus track)Side B “Once in a Lifetime, Girl” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “Melody” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “When You’re in Love (For the First Time)” (from Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased) “It Won’t Be You” (B-side of “Missing You” maxi-single) “Friends Of Mine” (For the Love of Strange Medicine 2006 reissue bonus track)window.twttr = (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], t = window.twttr || {}; if (d.getElementById(id)) return t; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); t._e = []; t.ready = function(f) { t._e.push(f); }; return t; }(document, “script”, “twitter-wjs”)); (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, “script”, “facebook-jssdk”));

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Donate to Win Ultimate Gold Rush 2018 Experience

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Gold Rush is starting to shine bright as September is peaking its way around the corner. This September 29th-30th event in Chandler, Arizona won’t just be another day spent, another dollar out of your pocket, or another festival wristband added to the plethora stored underneath your bed. You will be able to have an elevated experience while helping the better good. This will be the second year that Relentless Beats is teaming up with Surreal to SAVE LIVES. Photo via Surreal Facebook This partnership with Surreal creates a special fundraising platform that offers the opportunity for festie-goers to donate to local charities in hoe to win the ultimate experience. Not only do you have the chance to dance with Steve Aoki and Illenium, but you have the opportunity to change lives for a mere five dollars donation. Make a donation to enter to win 2 VIP tickets, camping, airfare and experience. We hope you win!! If you don’t, General Admission passes are running for $159. If you’re feeling a little crazier than normal then look into the VIP passes. There are a couple different levels, but prices start at $219. For more ticket details, click here. Check out the full Gold Rush 2018 lineup below: Photo via Gold Rush Facebook Listen to Marbs as you make your donation: Follow Gold Rush:

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