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Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, is releasing the complete Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4 in digital and physical configurations.Continue reading
Supergroup ASIA will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the band’s multiplatinum Geffen debut. It will be ASIA’s first tour since 2019 and will feature original members Carl Palmer (drums, percussion), Geoff Downes (keyboards, background vocals), as well as Billy Sherwood (bass, background vocals), and Marc Bonilla (lead vocals, guitar).Continue reading
California Chronicles’ fourth disc puts the spotlight on Mike Ragogna’s concept album, Summerland. Comprised only of Ragogna originals, the album explores life in the ’00s through the lens of pop anthems, quirky love songs, and personal narratives.Continue reading
Of all the albums restored on Mike Ragogna’s four CD set California Chronicles, its third disc containing his solo album Writer’s Block is the most complicated. Not only does it feature the previously unreleased Invisible World followup, but its theme actually was based on his affliction, it also being an overall nod to the songwriters covered on the album.Continue reading
Mike Ragogna’s California Chronicles includes a restoration of the album Invisible World as its second disc and was recorded before disc three’s Writer’s Block, although only a variation of the project was later released. It was pressed up two years after Writer’s Block as the truncated Valentine’s Day (named after a Ragogna original) due to what the artist calls “overthinking.”Continue reading
Trafficbeat Entertainment has released a four CD set by Mike Ragogna titled California Chronicles. The project chronologically collects and restores Ragogna’s last four solo albums, adding related bonus tracks to each disc.Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: Hey Alliance’s Gary Pihl, your new album Fire and Grace basically is hard rock with a focus on melodies. What inspired your writing and recording for the project? Gary Pihl: We’re an “old school” band! We only want to record our songs when we’re all together. We just don’t want to send files […]Continue reading