Album Retrospectives - CrypticRock

Album Retrospectives

Coming on Long Island, New York, Public Enemy are one of the most respected names in Hip Hop. Unique to others on the scene during Hip Hop’s boom in the ’80s, Public Enemy delivered socially conscious songs with a hard political edge, spitting  More...

Coming together in New York City in 1973, the Rock band known as Television, four years later, would go on to release their debut LP, Marquee Moon. Forming at a time when acts such as Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin dominated the airwaves, Televi  More...

Shortsighted enthusiasts of New Wave music claim that the glorious period of The Psychedelic Furs was during the Mirror Moves era. While this may be relatively valid, commercially speaking; to dismiss the post–Pretty in Pink works of the English band is  More...

For many, Fall Out Boy is the band they love to hate, or, conversely, hate to love. Their music contains addictive choruses, catchy hooks, and sarcastic, biting lyrics all packaged up in pretty, Pop Punk packaging. Many have a teenage sister that thinks t  More...

There are events in life that can make or break a Rock-n-Roll band. Working through heartbreak, frustration, and personal anguish, English American Rock legends Fleetwood Mac live to tell the tale that would have undone even the strongest.   More...