Disquieting Modern Trends: Opium Magazine Five-Year Anniversary N.Y.C. Celebration Edition Will Layman and Ed Fischer intone: As professional cultural critics and C-List blogebrities whose snappy critiques and wise-ass barbs echo across the land almost the instant they are posted on this esteemed site, we grow weary. But our obligation to...
Top 40 Castoff from a Record Stand "Walking in L.A." by Missing Persons, from the album Spring Session M. Third week of October, 1982. Sad to say, the dignified Christopher Walken is not the focus of this song. Nay! Instead with this track, Missing Persons provided the...
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