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Selective Memory, July 17, 2017

July 17, 2017   Yeah! Rock's greatest drinking game In the '90s, we had a running joke about the excessive use of the word yeah in alternative rock, grunge, and metal. Even today, we have the Yeah Yeah Yeahs! and The Flaming Lips bouncing around between "yeah" and "yes," and maybe if Wayne

Selective Memory, July 10, 2017

July 10, 2017 If you are reading this, you have found the unicorn of Selective Memory. Congratulations! You can only find this material on our social media sites or via e-mail (you can sign up at with a message, "Sign me up!") We have all of our latest articles highlighted just

Michael Monroe – The Best (Spinefarm)

Michael Monroe on Selective Memory

Upon the 30th Anniversary of Michael Monroe's debut Nights Are So Long, a long overdue Best Of is set to be released this month I remember seeing Michael Monroe on That Metal Show. It did two things for me. One, it sparked a bunch of memories going back to my infatuation

Selective Memory, July 3, 2017

July 3, 2017 Welcome to the new Selective Memory. Once a week we will compile a bundle of articles and reviews to give you a more comprehensive, zine-like approach. So sit back and enjoy the ride. Let us know what you think about our new format by e-mailing us at You

Ship To Shore Builds An Eclectic Vinyl Wonderland

Ship To Shore Phone Co. Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Hisayoshi Ogura's score to Taito's DARIUS with a vinyl release Taito was one of the leaders in innovative video gaming. From the game room to the home, the Japanese company were purveyors in creating timeless and now legendary games like Space