Category Archives: Music

Lethal Music presents THE ANNOYING FUCKING 90’s — Hidden CD Track Hijinks

Two things off the bat, mouthbreathers. 1) Oh now we’re back to being LETHAL WRESTLING AGAIN?!? Well okay…wrestling fans listen to shitty music so this belongs here. Most of the readers here are in their 30’s and were a part … Continue reading

What I Learned From Wrestling: Putting Yourself Over

I just watched the MTV Video Music Awards and I’m shocked and appalled at what passes for good music nowadays. Granted, you are about as likely to find actual “music” on MTV as you would be of seeing me sit … Continue reading

Old School – Cause I’m an Old Fool That’s So Cool

I just wanted to make sure that the line breaks still work.  I was never really good at the technology stuff on here.  I NEED BANNERS! I honestly don’t know where to start.  I supposed a quick re-introduction is in … Continue reading

Lethal Entertainment Radio (11/7/10 Edition)

Hi everyone!  I know you are all used to Judge Gonz posting this, but he’s decided to change career paths and is going to try to become the White Terrence Howard (I never thought strep throat would make a man sound so … Continue reading

Sorta True Music History – Because Rock Didn’t Start With Flock of Seagulls

The music industry today is a fucking joke. At a time which is dominated by the Justin Biebers, Eminems, Jay Zs and Katy Perrys of the world, there is not much room left for real rock and roll. While finding … Continue reading

Album Review: Twiztid- W.I.C.K.E.D.

I’m pretty much a novice when it comes to the Psychopathic family of music. I listened to my first Insane Clown Posse album a little more than a month ago and while I don’t prescribe to the fanaticism or the … Continue reading

The Greatest Songs You’ve Never Heard

Where does musical insight come from? Some artists will have you believe that inspiration is all around; you just have to know where to look. Others will say that a good song can only come from within yourself. I think … Continue reading

Alison Krauss – A Hundred Miles Or More: A Collection

I’ve been a fan of Alison Krauss ever since I heard her breathtaking a Capella rendition of “Down To The River To Pray” in the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?. That song and 15 others make up this beautifully … Continue reading