The Day After the Sabbath

Today, I stumbled upon a playlist on Grooveshark named The Day After the Sabbath, over 700 songs. I was surprised to find out it had many rare hard rock classics in it, going towards metal. Plenty of screaming guitars and furious drumming skills. After listening to about 25 songs, I failed to hear even one that would have displeased my taste — instead, I found about 10 new bands to check out later.

Upon further investigation, I found the site from which the songs were taken: http://www.aftersabbath.com/ . It features more than 100 compilation albums (and counting!), made by a guy named Rich. All the compilation albums can apparently be downloaded from there. And if you’re reluctant to do so, you can find the first 5o albums, which should be quite enough for starters, on the following playlist: http://grooveshark.com/playlist/Day+After+The+Sabbath/79920718

Happy listening!

Album Saturday 1.3. — Schedule

This Saturday some rock album essentials will be played once again.

Here are the estimated starting times for the albums (GMT+2):

 

12:00 Led Zeppelin — Led Zeppelin II

 

12:40 Black Sabbath — Paranoid

 

 

13:25 Pink Floyd — Wish You Were Here

 

14:10 The Velvet Underground — The Velvet Underground & Nico

 

 

15:00 The Beatles — Help!

 

15:30 Emerson, Lake & Palmer — Brain Salad Surgery

 

 

 

16:15 The Who — Tommy