Never trust Friction. It will always work against you.
Author: Canadian Grooves
[Song Review] Odds | Crash Time Machine
New Odds song gets an extremely biased review!
[Album Review] Coney Hatch | Outa Hand
Remind me to cut my nails. They're getting Outa Hand.
[Album Review] Coney Hatch | Coney Hatch
Unlatch The Hatch.
[Opinion] Max Webster Albums | Ranked Worst to First
Not as popular as RUSH, not as revered as Saga, and certainly not as obscure as FM. Canada has had the gambit of prog-rock acts and Max Webster is one of them. They may have stuck around for just one album too long, but they are very much worth your time. If you're new to … Continue reading [Opinion] Max Webster Albums | Ranked Worst to First
[Boxed Set Review] Max Webster | The Party
Before the party got wild...
[Album Review] Max Webster | Diamonds Diamonds
By '81, the behind-the-scenes activity at camp Webster was not going well. Disarray with lineup changes and an apathetic record label were the driving forces for Kim Mitchell to dissolve the band. The greatest hits compilation Diamonds Diamonds was the send-off and marked the last Webster output during their original run. In addition to the … Continue reading [Album Review] Max Webster | Diamonds Diamonds
[Album Review] Max Webster | Universal Juveniles
It kills me to say it but... almost nothing about Universal Juveniles resonates with me. The music, Rush's cameo, Kim hanging to the left on the cover art... What the heck? Why did he think we wanted to see his meat and veg? Maybe he was trying to distract us from the skullet. Check this … Continue reading [Album Review] Max Webster | Universal Juveniles
[Album Review] Max Webster | Live Magnetic Air
Ah, the '70s. When Peter Frampton convinced every record label that a live album meant an easy street to riches. And sometimes they were right. Max Webster's contribution to the trend was 1979's Live Magnetic Air, a decent success in their native land of Canada as it peaked at number 17. Their only other album … Continue reading [Album Review] Max Webster | Live Magnetic Air
[Album Review] Max Webster | A Million Vacations
A Million Vacations is Max Webster's studio album that earned the most success. It peaked at 13 on the charts, reached platinum level in sales, and has their only top 40 hit*, Let Go The Line. In Canada, that is. Outside of Canada... well, Paradise Skies charted at 43 in the UK, earning them a … Continue reading [Album Review] Max Webster | A Million Vacations