Tim’s Vinyl Confessions Ep.168: The Darkness/Live At Hammersmith (Review)

This week on Tim’s Vinyl Confessions, Tim once again giving props to one of his favourite new-ish rock bands.

The Darkness are back with their first official live album (no DVD/BluRay you say? He’ll talk about that) recorded at a classic live venue.

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Tim's Vinyl Confessions started in September 2014, mostly with the encouragement of my wife Sarah, who felt that I should have an outlet for my music collection, and my seemingly endless knowledge of rock music minutia. Seriously, I sometimes forget at the grocery store whether or not we already bought bananas, but I can tell you in an instant which Motley Crue album was originally mastered by Bob Ludwig, not George Marino. (I know, what??) Anyway, I was born in 1974 and was a complete and total 80s kid. To let you know where I'm coming from, the album that changed my life wasn't the Beatles, Stones, Who, Led Zeppelin, etc. It was Bon Jovi's Slippery When Wet. However, in the early 90s I did go back and discover a ton of great bands like Queen, Deep Purple, Kansas, etc. My musical tastes are what's on display on my TVC episodes, and you'll soon learn I'm not particularly cool Thanks for watching!

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