Boo! Top 10 Rock Songs About Ghosts! 👻

The band the Eagles standing together. A sheet ghosts is hiding in the background

Since, its October now, its never too early to celebrate the greatest holiday ever. No not Thanksgiving, pilgrim! No, not Christmas you elf. Halloween! So, cottagemixtape.com has assembled the Top 10 Greatest Rock Songs About Ghosts! More Top 10 Rock Lists:• Top 10 Rock Songs About The Devil• Top 10 Greatest Breaks in Rock Music  …

Beer Review: Battle Of The Led Zeppelin-esque Beers

Four beer cans standing next to each other near a lake

The Battle of Beermore: Mill St.'s Hopped & Confused 1 & 2, Wellington Brewery's Upside I.P.A & Muskoka Brewery's Hazed & Confused I.P.A. We come from the land of the ice and snow... ... Canada, so it's only natural to get out in the good weather and enjoy a beverage or two or today, four. …

The 6 Most Misheard Lyrics in Rock And Roll

A montage of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Mark Knopler, Elton John, Angus Young and Brian Johnson

In the world of rock music it is easy to have your words misconstrued but more often it is easier to have your words misheard altogether. So, cottagemixtape.com is going to take a look at the lyrics everybody seems to get wrong and the ridiculous things they think they hear. So, clean the dirt out …

Day 9/10 Album Challenge: Black Sabbath – “Paranoid” (1970)

Banner for day 9 in album challenge, an excerpt from Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" showing the forest swordsman.

There is nothing paranoid about our day 9 pick, Black Sabbath's Paranoid (1970) For our Day 9 pick in our 10-day album challenge, Black Sabbath's sophomore album, Paranoid (1970). Paranoid altered rock and roll's musical landscape and condemned it a life of eternal damnation. It also influenced us too. I know, I know! Why pick …

Day 7/10 Album Challenge: The Rolling Stones – “Their Satanic Majesties Request”

Banner for Day 7 of 10 day album challenge Rolling Stones "Their Satanic Majesties Request"

With its lenticular cover The Stones "Satanic Majesties Requests" showed a different dimension to the Rolling Stones sound. No, I did not spell Exile On Main Street wrong, when it comes to my favourite Stones album, I choose "Their Satanic Majesties Request" (1967), the Rolling Stones short foray into psychedelia. Now, "Majesty" is not considered, …