Concerned about heavy metal poisoning? Mercury toxicity from Tuna or your fillings?
According to Dr. Daniel, millions of Americans suffer adverse health effects from low-level, chronic exposure to aluminum, mercury, cadmium, lead and other toxic metals. In addition, even minerals that we all need, like copper and manganese, are increasingly found in toxic levels in our bodies. Everyone is exposed, she believes, but the degree to which you might suffer ill effects depends on the dose you have received, the duration and manner of exposure, your biochemical individuality and genetic propensity, as well as the quality of your diet and stress levels.
Crazy Nights is the fourteenth studio album KISS. The album was recorded in June 1987 and officially released on September 18, 1987 by Mercury and Vertigo in Europe. The album featured keyboards which was another departure in their music style changing from their Lick It Up/Animalize/Asylum heavy metal sound into the 80's metal sound.
This is the twelth studio album from KISS. Released September 13, 1984 on Mercury Records. The album marked the only appearance by lead guitarist Mark St. John (née Mark Norton), who replaced Vinnie Vincent in April 1984. St. John stated that when recording this record, he had utilized his Rockman gear, and that heavy equalization was used to take the "Boston" sound out of the recording. He would be forced to leave Kiss during the subsequent tour after being diagnosed with Reiter's Syndrome. By November 1984 he was out of the band, the third lead guitarist to exit the band in two years.
Geldof returns after a four-year absence with his second solo release, The Vegetarians of Love. Again, there are some high-profile guests including Paul Carrack, Kevin Godley, and Dave Stewart, but this Rupert Hine-produced affair has a low-key feel to it. Geldof applies his Dylanesque croak to a set that is very heavy on Irish-folk influences with rich results…