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Furthermore, the album artwork -- featuring pseudo-exotica design and an array of scantly clad or naked models, all dressed like '60s pinups -- seems like White Zombie are hopping on the bandwagon, instead of carving out new camp territory of their own.It's not a bad listen, but it is a surprisingly unengaging one.Although not all of these people are related, they are all famous people with Reynolds as their surname.From athletes and actors to musicians and political figures, this list provides images of each famous Reynolds along with information about their lives.Not quite as experimental or dance-oriented as they would like to be, White Zombie have always flirted with industrial and disco, but at their core they are a metal band.Granted, they're a metal band that reconfigures the kitschy pleasures of pop culture much in the vein of the Cramps and the B-52's.
Awhile back @pcgamingisted and I were talking about the lack of women artists in Rocksmith and decided to do a bit of exploring through the available songs to see just how much of the content varied from all dudes.During the 2016 Presidential election we, as Americans, watched politicians and presidential hopefuls spew their lies, and racist, sexist rhetoric in the hopes of gaining more power and more money, while making the United States a laughing stock.Then on April 21, 2016, one man from Minneapolis stopped the world, dominated all the news channels, made social media explode, and his songs were sung by people in his honor. My older cousin was over from Indianapolis, I was playing the Go Go’s ‘Vacation’ cassette telling her how much I loved it.I saw blacks, whites, Mexicans, Asian, men, women, transgender people all come together for one man and his music. She gave me a purple cover with strange writing that read Prince ‘1999.’ She told me to play that, so I did. When the film came to our small town, I was so excited.A man called Prince who was all about love, peace, and freedom. The first song started and I thought the tape was dragging because it was a slow, robotic voice, then the drums and keyboards kicked into Prince’s major hit “1999.”From that moment on, I was a loyal Prince fan. My older brother took my friend Greg and me to the theatre to see “Purple Rain.” When we got in the long line my friend Greg (who wasn’t too bright at the time, but loved Prince) said out loud, “Why are all these black people here?
Sean Yseult (born June 6, 1966) is an American rock musician.