Punk rock will never die. Especially when the guys who do it best, Bad Religion, keep making noise and pushing buttons. This seminal group – loud and political – has never shied away from their anti-establishment roots. The Dissent Of Man is the group’s 15th album and the sound remains a burning, peeling wall of angst-ridden punk rock.
There are a few key reasons why this new book, the Jimmy Page Photographic Autobiography, is epic. One: as the guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Page is a certified Guitar God. Two: the book is fine – museum-quality, with a Moroccan leather binding and 500 archival paper pages. Third: Genesis Publications is only printing 2500 of them. You better hurry.
The Jerk was a great movie – but Pizza In A Cup was an idea that just didn’t work. Boxed Water, on the contrary, makes almost too much sense. The carton is made of recycled paper. Shipping the cartons flat to the water supplier is way greener and unlike a plastic bottle, the used carton goes easily back into the recycling stream. On top of that, 20-percent of Boxed Water profits go back into supporting water and forestry foundations.
This fall, hiking boots will be at the peak of fashion – mostly in places where there are no mountains. But, in or out of the urban wilderness, these Buttero Italian hikers will keep you ahead of the troops. With features like full grain, vegetable-tanned leather uppers, metal eyes and a real Vibram sole – Buttero’s are more than just chic, they’re classic.
Whether you plan a sunset picnic in the park or serious tailgating at the big game, the suitcase table will make your night. Fold out this sturdy aluminum-frame & wood-top table with seating for four and let the chilling (and grilling) begin.
Is this the most famous car of all time? Ask your dad. James Bond’s legendary Aston Martin DB 5, originally seen ripping along mountain roads in the Swiss Alps in the 1964 classic, Goldfinger, is up for auction. This marvel of British auto craftsmanship and Hollywood lore is sure to catch a pretty penny; especially since it comes equipped with smokescreen, machine guns & all the other 007 gadgets that made it famous. Auction date October 27, 2010
What’s the point of loading gigs & gigs of music and movies onto your computer if they sound like crap? Turn your hotel room workout or movie-watching experience up a notch. Edifier’s Aurora Portable Speaker System features an aluminum bass tube with a 2-inch woofer and two satellite mid-range speakers – together making a sweet little sound system you can take with you everywhere your computer goes.
When it comes to customs, this is as close as you can get to the real 60s-era British scramblers that made moto culture what is today. This rugged machine, fully-endorsed (even signed) by cycle-legend and connoisseur, Steve McQueen, has all the makings of a modern day classic. Fitted with a reconditioned, period-correct 650cc Triumph powerplant and custom touches – like Cerliani forks & high-set chrome exhaust pipes – this bike strips away the BS representing the essence of man and machine.
This award-winning, 1998 thriller is German, but it’s sure not logical. Lola’s boyfriend, Manni is a small-time crook who loses 100,000 Deutsch marks on the train. This puts him in hot water with his boss. So, it’s up to Lola to run and save him, but she only has 20 minutes. In a dizzying series of what-ifs and spiraling possibilities, Lola runs, while her and Manni’s fate hangs in the balance.
Seriously people, what did Einstein ever do to advance the human condition? Weird Math? Real genius, as history will someday prove, comes from advances likes this. It’s a universal remote, capable of reading the signal and commanding any home stereo, theater or TV device you own. And, it’s gonna open your beer for you. This my friends, is what real genius looks like. Just stay right there on the couch & think about it.