Albums from the Lost and Found: The Completion Backwards Principle / Outside Inside (Part 1)

The Tubes didn't exactly have a reputation for being the most commercial of bands (or a particularly family-friendly one, either!) when it first signed with Capitol Records after being dumped by A&M in 1980. They're also not the most likely of bands to hire David Foster as a producer, but it happened, and the pairing works so, so much better than it has any right to on these two deliciously satirical discs!

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Albums from the Lost and Found: Careless / Bowling in Paris (Part 1)

This charming guy has made cameos in multiple cult-classic big-screen comedies, sung two of the most beloved soft-rock 45s of all-time,  penned a Number One hit for Phil Collins, and can count Eric Clapton among his biggest fans. Yet he remains one of the most criminally underrated singer-songwriters of his generation. Join us as we delve into a pair of Stephen Bishop's best albums, beginning with this 1976 debut!

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Albums from the Lost and Found: Martika

We continue our month-long look at lesser-known double-threat actor-musicians by returning to the Albums from the Lost and Found files for a look at the self-titled debut from former Kids Incorporated star Marta Marrero, better known simply as Martika! Not familiar with the show? You might be quite surprised to find out while reading this feature just how many other stars got their start on the '80s kids show! 

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