orchestra rock

The Zodiac Signs as Music Genres

Aries: Dubstep

Taurus: Jazz

Gemini: Hip hop/rap

Cancer: Blues

Leo: Pop

Virgo: Country

Libra: Folk

Scorpio: Electro

Sagittarius: Alternative Rock

Capricorn: Orchestra

Aquarius: Psychedelic

Pisces: Disco

I wore my TLSP shirt on the anniversary of when I saw them last year in April and my sociology professor asked me what my shirt meant and I had to explain it was a band. He asked me to recommend him a song and I sweated and just told him “Used to be my girl is a jammer”.

Next class I sat down and he didn’t even say hi or anything to me he just looked me in the eyes and said “You know the Last Shadow Puppets…They’re weird….But they’re good though… Like the music is really good”

13 Angels Standing Guard 'Round the Side of Your Bed
A Silver Mt. Zion
13 Angels Standing Guard 'Round the Side of Your Bed

13 Angels Standing Guard ‘Round the Side of Your Bed
A Silver Mt. Zion
He Has Left Us Alone, But Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms (2000)


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Reinhold Mack

Reinhold Mack (a.k.a. Mack) is a German record producer and sound engineer, mostly known for his collaborations with rock bands Electric Light Orchestra and Queen.[1] Most of this work took place at Giorgio Moroder’s Musicland Studios in Munich, which became famous after Marc Bolan & T.Rex (with producer Tony Visconti) first discovered it for recordings in 1973.[2] In 1981 the Queen album The Game brought Mack and the band a Grammy Award nomination for Producer of the Year (Non-Classical).

Mack’s third son, John Frederick Mack, was named by Freddie Mercury and was a godson of both Mercury and Queen bass guitarist John Deacon.

Mack is referenced in the lyrics of the Queen song “Dragon Attack” on their 1980 album The Game, which he produced with the band: “gonna use my stack/it’s gotta be Mack”

Selected discography

Albums worked on as sound engineer:

Albums produced or co-produced by Mack:



On this day in music history: July 20, 1979 - “Don’t Bring Me Down” by the Electric Light Orchestra is released. Written by Jeff Lynne, it is the biggest hit for the British rock band led by lead singer and guitarist Jeff Lynne. In trade advertisements for the single, ELO dedicates the song to the NASA space station Skylab that had fallen from its orbit above the earth on July 11, 1979, with debris crashing down over parts of Western Australia near the city of Perth. The songs drum track is actually copied and looped (played back slowed down) from a section of “On The Run”, another track from the album. Issued as the second single from the bands eighth studio album “Discovery”, it quickly becomes a smash. “Don’t Bring Me Down” is the Electric Light Orchestra’s highest charting single in the US and their native UK, peaking at #4 on the Hot 100 on September 8, 1979, and #3 on the UK singles chart respectively.By 2007, the song is honored with an award from US music publishing society BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) for having received over two million broadcast plays on American radio stations. “Don’t Bring Me Down” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.


Fantastic photos from ‘Rose Fes’!

GET PSYCHED Pt. 2 (listen)

01. 1998 (Delicious) - Peace
02. Elegant Design - Pond
03. Heavy Horse - Jacuzzi Boys
04. 1963 - Heavy Beach
05. No Need For A Leader - Unknown Mortal Orchestra
06. Animals - The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger
07. Ivy Covered House - Ducktails
08. Do You Remember - The Horrors