Back in 1996, British-band Sneaker Pimps released their debut album ''Becoming X.''
The album is a beautiful journey through a melancholic and atmospheric soundscape. It opens with the darkwave-esque synths of "Low Place Like Home," which soars along perfectly with its bleak electronica and trip-hop beats before an almost rock chorus. A similar structure works equally as well for the second track "Tesko Suicide."
When Ghostbusters was first released in 1984, it became an instant mega-hit. It has often been hailed as one of the best comedies of the 1980's (and in some circles of all time).
Freddy Kruger has long been an icon of horror. Due to his immense popularity, Freddy has appeared on an endless array of merchandise (and in an endless array of Nightmare On Elm Street sequels). This over exposure of the character (and the development of him becoming more sarcastic and silly with each subsequent installment), sadly led to Kruger becoming less and less scary.
I was just a kid when the Spice Girls first rose to fame, but their infectious music, infused with a very positive vibe, made me an instant fan!
Geri Halliwell released her sophomore solo album ''Scream If You Wanna Go Faster'' on this day back in 2001.
The album represents the very essence of Geri Halliwell music - a pop record that is ''all over the place''! In doing so, it meshes styles and genres in a way that is distinctly Geri.
Geri Halliwell released her third album Passion on this day (June 6) back in 2005. Passion is a far more cohesive album than any of Geri's previous records in the sense that there are no dramatic swings in genre and style. Instead the album offers a pleasant mix of upbeat numbers and lush tender ballads. There is nothing as mad or over the top on this effort as ''Shake Your Bootie Cutie'' or ''It's Heaven Or Hell (Being Geri Halliwell)'' - both taken from Geri's last album Scream If You Wanna Go Faster.