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Album Review: Motorhead, “Aftershock”

October 31, 2013
By MATTHEW PARRISH - Sun-Gazette Correspondent , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Late in their careers, many musicians end up making music that either steals from or vaguely sounds like their glory days. R.E.M. accidentally used the same chord progression in the band's 2001 single "Imitation of Life" that they did in their classic "Driver 8." In the late '90s and 2000s, David Bowie, after a long period of experimentation, embraced making rockers that recalled his hits - like "Slow Burn," which brings to mind the riff from the sublime "Heroes." Even Paul McCartney's new album "New" remixes several elements of music from The Beatles' heyday.



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