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“You Have To Wear The Dress On Stage!” The Incubus Backstage Incubus Game

“You Have To Wear The Dress On Stage!” The Backstage Incubus Game Share this article In the electric hum of a concert venue, under the gaze of thousands of expectant eyes, a curious ritual was unfolding. This was no ordinary rite, but rather an unorthodox pre-performance tradition enacted by the members of a band on …

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“We Didn’t Know Any Better”: The Tragedy of Joy Division’s Lead Singer Ian Curtis ​

“We Didn’t Know Any Better”: The Tragedy of Joy Division’s Lead Singer Ian Curtis Share this article Within the heart of Ian Curtis there existed a tumultuous world, much like the windswept landscapes of his homeland. As a composer of profound lyrics and an artist of captivating stage performances, he bore an unmistakable resemblance to …

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The Blur vs Oasis Feud: “I’d Rather Drink Petrol Than Listen to Them”​

The Blur vs Oasis Feud: “I’d Rather Drink Petrol Than Listen to Them” Share this article The feud between Oasis and Blur is one of the most iconic and well-documented rivalries in the history of British music, particularly during the Britpop era of the 1990s. Both bands were at the forefront of the Britpop movement, …

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Jimmy Page’s Infamous Haunted Boleskine Mansion

Jimmy Page’s Infamous Haunted Boleskine Mansion Share this article In the early 1970s, Jimmy Page purchased Boleskine House, a mansion located on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland. The house had a dark and infamous history as it was previously owned by the notorious occultist and magician, Aleister Crowley, in the early 20th century …

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David Bowie’s Occult Odyssey and the Birth of the Thin White Duke

David Bowie’s Occult Odyssey and the Birth of the Thin White Duke Share this article During the mid-1970’s David Bowie was recording his album “Station to Station.” At the time, Bowie was heavily influenced by esoteric and mystical practices, which led him to explore various spiritual and occult concepts. During the creation of the album, …

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