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Baker's Dozen

Glam Bam! Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen Picks His Baker's Dozen
Michael Hann , August 7th, 2017 09:19

Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen embarks on a splurge about the music he loves, from which we somehow manage to extract a Baker's Dozen …


MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
Half the album's great, half the album's not so great - the jamming stuff. The MC5 sounded dangerous, and they looked it, too. They were serious: Wayne Kramer wasn't acting like a criminal, he was a criminal. There's a difference. They didn't joke around; they were serious about it, and it could be horrible. The first record was the good one. Their potential never developed into what it should have been, but there are always bands who never get to the next level, or who are never as good as their earliest material.