Naugthy Teens TOYAH And ROBERT Are Back From School To Play AC/DC

Toyah and Robert with their weekly lunch sessions

25 July 2022

They’re adults but behave like naughty teenagers.
They love AC/DC but don’t know what black looks like.

She is the ice girl who shoots
rubber bands at the camera.

He’s the boy who plays
hard rock the nasty way
Bo Diddley would do it!


The original AC/DC hammer

TOYAH: Instagram – You Tube Channel


27 March 2022

Who: Legendary West Coast hip-hop desperados
Active: Since 1988 / 10 studio LPs including the new one.

New album: BACK IN BLACK
Out: 18 March 2022 – order info here

Kerrang says : “Over 30 years and now 10 albums into their journey, Back In Black
is Cypress Hill taking stock of what they did for music, for weed lovers, their home city
and, most importantly, for themselves. You don’t need to be stoned to feel high off that.”
Full review here. Score: 4/5.

Turn Up The Volume: The L.A. weed wackos (half of the songs are about weed) are back in black (AC/DC title), but not much has changed. The resonance of their rap rippers move and groove with the same familiar spliff-induced pulse, but (I’m sure you expected a ‘but’) before you’re aware of it your body is in hip-hop hypnose. A trip tunes album all the way. They’re still insane in the brain. Welcome back! Give them a joint.

Single/clip; Bye Bye

2022 Tour with metal freaks Slipknot

Coming Soon… New Album By Insane In The Brain Rappers CYPRESS HILL

12 February 2022

Who: Legendary West Coast hip-hop desperados
Active: Since 1988 / 10 studio LPs including the new one

New album: BACK IN BLACK
Out: 18 March 2022 – order info here

Press info: “Cypress Hill shifts culture. Since releasing its eponymous debut album in 1991,
the California rap group has regularly revolutionized rap. B-Real and Sen Dog’s innovative lyrics, distinctive voices and poignant street-centered subject matter catapulted the group to superstar status. Cypress Hill earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, sold more than
9 million albums, and were nominated for three Grammy Awards. During a time increasingly defined by singles of the moment, rappers B-Real and Sen Dog wanted to make a statement
by releasing an album. Back in Black, the group’s tenth studio project, finds the group flexing
its musical muscles and pushing itself creatively. With a mesmerizing mix of celebratory, confrontational, inspirational, reflective, and rugged songs, Cypress Hill shines throughout
Back in Black. ”

Here comes the lead single Bye Bye.
Yep, they’re still insane in the brain…

2022 Tour with metal freaks Slipknot


11 May 2021

Foo Fighters and AC/DC‘s husky voice Brian Johnson teamed up for charity
project VAX Live: The Concert To Reunite The World as well as other big
names such as Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder, J Balvin, and H.E.R.

It all happened last weekend in a big venue in Los Angeles to an audience
of over 20,000 vaccinated frontline healthcare and essential workers.

The Foos played a 6-song set including a steamed-up cover of AC/DC’s
1980 anthem BACK IN BLACK with Johnson screaming himself dizzy.

For those about to rock, here we go…

The original version/clip…

Mean Hells Bells Machine – AC/DC Released Millionseller ‘BACK IN BLACK’ 40 Years Ago Today

25 July 2020

Band: AC/DC (Sydney, Australia)
Active: since 1973
Album: BACK IN BLACK – the band’s seventh LP
Released: 25 July 1980 – 40 years ago today
Info: It was the first longplayer with vocalist Brian Johnson
following the tragic death of mad frontman Bon Scott in January 1980
Score: It sold over 50 million copies worldwide (21 million in the US)

Pitchfork said: “The album didn’t signify any sort of change or cultural marker. It instead proved the power of stasis, of doing something well, then doing it again but louder and with more money. In a sense, the success of Back in Black helped predict the current reboot moment: Give the people what they want, but more… The record’s ultimate legacy comes less from the artists it influenced or even the songs that remain staples of whatever is left of commercial rock radio than in its confirmation that evolution can be an overrated quality. And, as ever, AC/DC were their own best messengers for this simple idea, laid bare in the final moments of their most famous work: “Rock’n’roll ain’t no riddle, man.”

Key phrase: “We’re a rock group. we’re noisy, rowdy, sensational and weird.” Angus Young

Key tracks: You Shook Me All Night Long / Hells Bells / Back In Black




Full decibels…

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