Friday, May 27, 2005

Cool New Stickers, Buttons n Posters!


Pink Floyd Wish you were here
Pink Floyd Pulse
The Doors Black n White Jim Morrison

Paper Posters:

Lymp Bizkit

Laminated Posters:

Jimi Hendrix
Bob Marley

Black Light Posters:

Blue Skull Cross
Deliverance Skeleton on Throne


Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon


Syd Barrett Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd Pink Pig
Pink Floyd Band
Motley Crue Logo
Pretenders/Iggy Pop Set
Hendrix Experience
Punk inside
Bob Marley Rasta

Buttons and Pink Floyd Bandana are located in the Rock Trinkets Category inside the Patches, Stickers n Posters category.

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New Tees n Babydoll Girly Tees

New Tees:

Alice In Chains Rooster
Dead Kennedys Distress Logo
Pearl Jam Distress Skull
Queens of the Stoneage Angel
Jimi Hendrix '68 Experience Circle

Babydoll Girly Cut Tees:

Dead Kennedys Logo Babydoll Tee
Alice In Chains Girly Tee
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Girly Tee
Hendrix Ringer 3 faces Girly Tee

New Patches to MysticRock.Net

Here are our newest patches to MysticRock.Net


Cannibal Corpse Logo
Social Distortion Skellie
Blondie Curse Logo
The Doors Jim with Shades

I especially Like the Jim Morrison Doors Patch, Jim in red shades, now how cool is that :) Take a look:

The Blondie Curse Logo Patch is hard to find....actually any Blondie patch is rare and hard to find, check it out:

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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

My Mighty Rearranger Review on Amazon

Robert Plant..."The Mighty Rearranger" spread it all around, May 25, 2005

Upon first listen you will be taken aback if you were expecting straight forward rock n roll. What you get is a rich tapestry of woven pieces and nuances. What you don't realize is that a seed is planted in your mind. From then on you hear certain parts and pieces of the songs melody and as you hear the songs again the seed starts to grow. In the layers of the music, you hear the Zepplinesque sound fused with tribal earthy beats with techno electronica thrown in the mix to produce something truly unique. The listener gets transported through the rich textures. Images form, in ones mind, of landscapes of open wideness, heat, dust, sun, a desert. Images of the open frontier, where the cowboy would ride by day and in the evening build a campfire. There are western guitar sounds filtered with tribal exotic undertones. You can almost hear the call of the old blues fusing with the hypnotic tribal beat producing something totally new. Robert's voice front and center of the recording, makes things sound intimate. He sings from a soft whisper to the un-leasing of his famous monstrous wails. His lyrics are from the heart, having a mystical, magical quality. This CD is not for the headbanger, who wants screaming guitars and the usual let's rock lyrics, but for the listener who wants something unique and intriguing. Best Tracks:EnchanterAnother TribeShine it All AroundTin Pan ValleyAll the Kings HorsesLet The Four Winds BlowTakambaDancing in HeavenMighty Rearranger*hidden track after Brother Ray, Techno version of Shine it all Around* Vilma~

Tuesday, May 24, 2005 | Robert Plant And The Strange Sensation - Mighty Rearranger review | Robert Plant And The Strange Sensation - Mighty Rearranger review

'Mojo' readers are gonna be in raptures over this album, but anybody under the age of twenty-five will just shake their heads in bored confusion, and look elsewhere for their thrills.

Sad but true, I believe the younger listener won't find Robert's new CD all that interesting, at least not the ones that go to Ozzfest and stuff.

Friday, May 13, 2005

Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation: Mighty Rearranger Review

Music: Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation: Mighty Rearranger

Everything about Mighty Rearranger is strangely comforting, from it's unabashed grasp of Plant's past, both with Zep and as a solo artist, to it's embrace of synth riddled euphoria and the ever present Middle Eastern-meets-Far East mysticism cum Blues sense of rustic overtone. It's one of those albums that at first listen is a hit or miss property, but as the sounds soak in over time and Plant's unquestionably hypnotic caterwaul is allowed to burrow deeper into your cochlea, it becomes an inescapable entity that will reveal new and exciting bits of nuance with each repeated listen.

I'll have to agree with this in that on 1st listen I was like ????? I had expected more of the heavy side of Robert, but what I got was something altogether different, but with each listen I began having certain parts of the different songs stick in my head, so it's safe to say this is the kind of CD that grows on you!! Go and buy it you'll discover different depths to each song as they grow on you :) Good job Robert!!

Robert Plants clothes then


Former LED ZEPPELIN frontman ROBERT PLANT has ridiculed the outfits he wore in the 1970s which elevated him to style icon status.

The STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN singer finds it impossible to take his early fashion choices seriously - in particular his former fondness for tiny patterned shirts left open to display his rippling torso.

He laughs, "My little blouses! I'm surprised anyone can take that seriously now. And no vest for five years. I could have caught my death!"

But he has no regrets about the years he spent sporting tight jeans and rubbishes the possibility they may have adversely affected his manhood.

He insists, "Things seem to be rolling along at a rapid pace so maybe they helped me. I never thought about the tight trousers being in any way suggestive or having any sexual connotations.

"We just liked those kind of clothes."

Oh and one of my favorite Plant tops would be that Cherries wrap thingy...oh yes he did look fine in those tops and jeans :) don't think any other guy comes close to looking that good!!

Thursday, May 12, 2005

Jimmy Page couldn't save the day - Warner Music debuts on down note - Warner Music debuts on down note

If your record label can't get its young, feisty and idealistic hit act to play at the New York Stock Exchange, then there's bound to be an old, tired and conformist rocker willing to provide some licks for your company's big debut.
With Linkin Park busy suing Warner Music Group over its initial public offering, the label led by Edgar Bronfman Jr. turned to Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page to crank out some chords during the exchange's opening bell Wednesday. But as Page played the Zeppelin classic "Whole Lotta Love," investors didn't show Warner Music any affection, sending its shares down 60 cents, or 3.5%, to close its initial session as a standalone public company at $16.40.

Poor Jimmy tired, old and conformist rocker, words to describe the Guitar Rock God. Wonder why Jimmy even agreed to go there in the 1st place...possibly to get out there and try playing? He should follow Robert Plants footsteps and get an album out!! Come on Jimmy gives us some NEW music to enjoy!!

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

NPR : Robert Plant, Blues Out of Africa

NPR : Robert Plant, Blues Out of Africa

Plant, who is 56, compares his matured voice -- and attitude toward the music -- now, with his experience as Led Zeppelin's frontman. "I was competing for attention in a four-piece band that was phenomenal, and I was trying to attack the blues from a kind of white English viewpoint as a singer… I found myself overdoing it, but it worked. It was great, I was young -- I was 20 years old. Now I have the gift of perspective and I feel pretty good about it."

Oh but we love the way you over did it...Robert :)

Stones Tour

NewsRadio 700WLW

It's official The Rolling Stones will begin their tour in Boston!! Fenway Park is the place and tix will be 100 bucks!! Wonder if this time around it will be their final tour. Sure wish it was a Zep reunion tour (with Jason on drums) instead! Oh well a Zephead can dream.

Monday, May 09, 2005

32 years on the 'Dark Side of the Moon'

The Crimson White Online - 32 years on the 'Dark Side of the Moon'

So what is that experience? What is "Dark Side" all about? In short, it's about empathy for being human. "Dark Side" is about the pressures of life - weighty themes such as death and God and ambition all bearing down and driving you to throw up your hands.

It's also about longing for perfection in the world and even being able to sense some, yet there's always some nagging force that keeps you from experiencing it. The last line of the album is the most telling: "Everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon."

One thing I can say is, you never tire of hearing this classic Floyd album. I venture to say that anyone who ever hears this album, gets hooked by The Floyd in some way.