The Misfits - Monster Mash
In 1997, the horror punk group The Misfits released a music video of them covering "Monster Mash" live. They also released a studio version as a single in 1999, and recorded a separate version for their 2003 album Project 1950 (see below).
Wikipedia: Monster Mash
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The Misfits - Monster Mash
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I haven't seen this great band in a long long time.
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Official Site: TheToyDolls.com
Wikipedia: Toy Dolls
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Here's some compilation goodies for you on this lazy Sunday morning.
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- DIY 1: Anarchy in the UK – UK Punk I (1976-77)
- DIY 2: The Modern World – UK Punk II (1977-78)
- DIY 3: Teenage Kicks – UK Pop I (1976-79)
- DIY 4: Starry Eyes – UK Pop II (1978-79)
- DIY 5: Blank Generation – The New York Scene (1975-78)
- DIY 6: We’re Desperate – The L.A. Scene (1976-79)
- DIY 7: Come Out and Play – American Power Pop I (1975-78)
- DIY 8: Shake It Up! – American Power Pop II (1978-80)
- DIY 9: Mass. Ave. – The Boston Scene (1975-83)
On this date in 1978, The Jam released their sixth U.K. single, "Down In The Tube Station At Midnight". The B sides were "So Sad About Us" and "The Night". The A side appeared on their third album, All Mod Cons. The B sides were non-LP tracks but were added on as bonus tracks when the deluxe edition of the album was released on CD. The single reached the #15 spot on the U.K. singles chart. The Woking, England punk/mod revivalist band have not played together since disbanding in 1982 though Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler have toured together as The Jam since. Paul Weller is the holdout.
Wikipedia: The Jam
Official Website: thejamfan.net
Video: The Jam - Down In The Tubestation At Midnight - on Top Of The Pops - 1978 - youtube
Blogload: The Jam - All Mod Cons - futureisunwrittenmusic.blogspot.com
Brendan Mullen, founder of The Masque, died in Los Angeles today of a stroke. The Masque, located in Hollywood, California, was one of the few clubs actively promoting the early Los Angeles punk rock scene. It existed from 1977 to 1979. X, The Mau Mau's, The Avengers, The Germs, The Dils, The Dickies, The Zeros, The Bags and countless others played there.
Rest in peace, Brendan, and thanks for your important contribution to the California punk rock scene!
Wikipedia: Brendan Mullen
Wikipedia: The Masque
Video: The Avengers - We Are The One - live at The Masque - 1978 - youtube
Blogload: Various Artists - Live At The Masque - eggcityradio.com
On this date in 1982, The Gymslips released their debut single, "48 Crash". It was backed by "Miss Nunsweeta". The A side appeared on their debut album, Rocking With The Renees. The B side did not but was added when the album was re-released on CD. The all-girl power pop band from London released one album and a few singles before disbanding in 1983.
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On this date in 1982, Joe Crow released his debut solo single, "Compulsion". It was backed by "Absent Friends". The Birmingham, England punk/post punk guitarist was a former member of The Prefects and The Nightingales.
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On this date in 1981, Infa-Riot released their debut single, "Kids Of The 80's". It was backed by "Still Out Of Order". The B side appeared on their debut album, Still Out Of Order. The A side did not but was added as a bonus track when the album was re-released on CD. The single reached the #10 spot on the U.K. indie singles chart. The London Oi! band disbanded in 1984 after one album.
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On this date in 1981, Zounds released their debut album, The Curse Of Zounds! None of their previous singles or future singles were included on the album (though the CD re-release added them as bonus tracks). This was their only full-length album. The Reading, England punk band hung it up in 1983 but re-formed in 2001.
Official Website: zoundsonline.co.uk
Blogload: Zounds - The Curse Of Zounds - musictraveler.blogspot.com
On this date in 1980, The Moondogs released their second single, "Who's Gonna Tell Mary?". It was backed by "Overcaring Parents". The A side appeared on their debut album, That's What Friends Are For. The B side was a non-LP track. The Derry, Ireland mod-influenced power pop band disbanded in 1981 after one album and, after a lengthy hiatus, got back together to record and perform.
Wikipedia: The Moondogs
Official Website themoondogs.free.fr
Blogload: The Moondogs - Who's Gonna Tell Mary? - 7 inch (both sides) - and more - musicruinedmylife.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, One Gang Logic released their self-titled debut EP. It contained the tracks, "Alienate (Kafka Laughs)", "Queue Here", "Repeat Action" and "Who Killed Sex?" It was the only release for the Lincolnshire, England post punk band.
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On this date in 1978, Patrik Fitzgerald released his third EP, The Paranoid Ward. It was a nine song effort. The EP was released in both 7 and 12 inch form. Patrik Fitzgerald, who once auditioned to be in London SS (the pre-Clash band that featured future Clash members, Mick Jones and Terry Chimes, future Damned guitarist Brian James and future Chelsea, Generation X and Sigue Sigue Sputnik member Tony James) was a London punk poet whose poetry was usually accompanied by his acoustic guitar. He enlisted musicians to assist as necessary.
Wikipedia: Patrik Fitzgerald
Blogload: Patrik Fitzgerald - The Paranoid Ward - rocketremnants.blogspot.com
On this date in 1977, The Saints released a four song EP entitled One, Two, Three, Four. It was issued both as a four song EP and as a double 7 inch. It was their fifth 7-inch record. The four songs were "Lipstick On Your Collar", "One Way Street", "Demolition Girl" and "River Deep Mountain High". Both "One Way Street" and "Demolition Girl" had previously appeared on their debut album, (I'm) Stranded. When the album was re-released on CD, the two other tracks were added as bonuses. The Brisbane, Australia punk/post punk band has continued on despite the fact that Chris Bailey is the only original member left and has been since 1979. Founder Ed Kuepper, who left to form Laughing Clowns in 1979, has done shows with The Saints in the last few years.
Wikipedia: The Saints
Blogload: The Saints - (I'm) Stranded - the-roadhouse-viander.blogspot.com
On this date in 1977, XTC made their vinyl debut with a four song EP called 3D. It contained "Science Friction", "She's So Square", "Dance band" and "Goodnight Sucker". The fourth song was not listed on the label and is an unlisted bonus track. None of the tracks appeared on a regular album though the first three were added as bonus tracks to their debut album, White Music, when it was re-released on CD. The Swindon, England post punk/new wave band called it quits in 2006 when Colin Moulding expressed a desire to call it quits. Andy Partridge didn't feel that it would be XTC without the both of them.
Official Website: xtcidearecords.co.uk
Blogload: XTC - 3D EP - haundbound.blogspot.com
On this date in 1977, John Cooper Clarke released his debut EP, The Innocents. The record contained "Suspended Sentence", "Innocents" and "Psycle Sluts Parts 1 & 2". "Psycle Sluts Part 1" wound up on his debut album, Ou Est La Maison De Fromage, S'Il Vous Plait. Both parts of "Psycle Sluts" wound up on his second album, Disguise In Love. John Cooper Clarke was a punk poet from Manchester, U.K., whose poems would often, but not always, be set to background music. He opened for such bands as Buzzcocks, Sex Pistols, Joy Division and The Fall. He still performs.
Wikipedia: John Cooper Clarke
Official Website: johncooperclarke.com
Blogload: John Cooper Clarke - The Very Best Of - sensacionauditiva.blogspot.com
On this date in 1977, Eater released their third single, "Lock It Up". It was backed by "Jeepster". The A side appeared on their one and only album, The Album. The B side was a non-LP track that was added when the album was re-released on CD. They made their debut with Buzzcocks in November, 1976. The London teen punk band released five 7-inch records and one album before disbanding in early 1979. They have re-formed for the occasional series of performances since.
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Tommy Stinson of The Replacements turns 43 today!
The Replacements, clockwise from bottom left:
Paul Westerberg, Chris Mars, Bob Stinson and Tommy Stinson.
Wikipedia: The Replacements
A fansite: twintone.com/mats
Video: The Replacements - Goddamn Job and Junior's Got A Gun - live 1981 - youtube
Blogload: The Replacements - Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash - rockgoster.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, Monsoon released their third single, "Tomorrow Never Knows". It was backed by "Wings Of The Dawn". Both tracks appeared on their only album, Third Eye. The London, England post punk/new wave band disbanded in 1983 after one album and a few singles.
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On this date in 1982, The Alarm released their second single, "Marching On". It was backed by "Across The Border" and "Lie Of The Land". All three tracks appeared on their 1983 debut self-titled EP. They had begun life as a punk band called The Toilets. Later, they were a mod-influenced band called Seventeen which is when they released their first record. As The Alarm, the Rhyl, Wales post-punk/new wave band disbanded in 1991, only to re-form recently.
Wikipedia: The Alarm
Official Website: thealarm.com
Video: The Alarm - Marching On - on American Bandstand - 1984 - youtube
Blogload: The Alarm - Standards - A Retrospective Collection - fishtank2007.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, Einstürzende Neubauten released their second single, "Thirsty Animal". It was backed by "Durstiges Tier". Neither track appeared on an album. The Berlin, Germany experimental/post punk/industrial band is still recording. Lydia Lunch sang the vocals on the A side of this single. Rowland S Howard (The Birthday Party) also lent a hand.
Wikipedia: Einstürzende Neubauten
Official Website: neubauten.org
Blogload: Einstürzende Neubauten - Thirsty Animal - 7 inch (both sides) - darkcircleroom.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, Ritual released their debut single, "Mind Disease". It was backed by "Nine". The Harrow, England goth post-punk band only lasted two singles before disbanding without an album.
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On this date in 1982, The Danse Society released their debut EP, Seduction. It was a six song mini-album that included "Godsend", "My Heart", "Falling Apart", "Danse/Move", "Ambition" and "In Heaven (Everything Is Fine)". "Danse/Move" was released as a single. The Barnsley, England post punk/goth band quit dancing in 1987 after two albums, one mini-LP and many singles.
Wikipedia: The Danse Society
Blogload: The Danse Society - Seduction - esquifeurbana.blogspot.com
On this date in 1981, Discharge released their fifth 7-inch record, an EP called Never Again. It was a three song release that included, aside from the title track, "Death Dealers" and "Two Monstrous Nuclear Stockpiles". None of the tracks appeared on an album but all three were added as bonuses to their debut, Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing, when re-released on CD. The Staffordshire, England punk/hardcore band did not release anything on vinyl until 1980 despite having formed in 1977 and having started recording demos in 1977. They disbanded in 1987 but have performed occasionally since.
Video: Discharge - Never Again - live - 1983 - youtube
Blogload: Discharge - Never Again - 7- inch (all three tracks) - punkysubversion.blogspot.com
On this date in 1981, Lora Logic released her solo debut single, "Wonderful Offer". It was backed by "Stereo". The 12 inch version also included "Rather Than Retreat". None of the tracks were on her sole solo album, Pedigree Charm. The London punk/post punk musician was formerly in X-Ray Spex and Essential Logic. She later became a Hare Krishna.
Wikipedia: Lora Logic
Not "Wonderful Offer" but...her debut solo album:
Blogload: Lora Logic - Pedigree Charm - der-likedeeler.blogspot.com
On this date in 1981, Vice Squad released their debut album, No Cause For Concern. No singles resulted from the release (though "Last Rockers" and "Resurrection" were added as bonus tracks when it was re-released on CD). The Bristol, England punk band featured Beki Bondage, one of the original punk pin-up girls. They disbanded in 1985 but re-formed in 1997 and still record and perform.
Wikipedia: Vice Squad
Unofficial Website: lastrockers.com
Blogload: Vice Squad - No Cause For Concern - stayoutoforder4q.blogspot.com
On this date in 1980, The Durutti Column released their second single, Lips That Would Kiss. The B side was "Madeleine". Neither track appeared on an album but both were added to their debut, The Return Of The Durutti Column, when it was re-released on CD. The Manchester, England post-punk band who recorded for Factory Records (like Joy Division, New Order and A Certain Ratio) is still recording today.
Wikipedia: The Durutti Column
Official Website: column.freeuk.com
Blogload: The Return Of The Durutti Column - theallnightparty.blogspot.com
On this date in 1980, The Flying Lizards released their fourth single, "Move On Up". It was backed by "Portugal". The A side appeared on their second album, Fourth Wall. The B side was a non-LP track. The London experimental post punk band disbanded in 1984 with three albums, two EP's and several singles to their credit.
Wikipedia: The Flying Lizards
A Fansite: markallencam.com/theflyinglizards.html
Blogload: The Flying Lizards - Fourth Wall - rho-xs.blogspot.com
Richard Jobson of The Skids turns 49 today.
The Skids, left to right:
Stuart Adamson, Richard Jobson, Bill Simpson and Tom Kellichan
Official Website: theskids.com
Video: The Skids - The Saints Are Coming - on Top Of The Pops - 1978 - youtube
Blogload: The Skids - Peel Sessions 1978-1980 - lifeandhowtolive.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, The Carpettes released their debut album, Frustration Paradise. It included the singles, "I Don't Mean It" and "Johnny Won't Hurt You". The Tyne and Wear, England punk/power pop band released two albums before disbanding in 1980. They have recently reunited.
Wikipedia: The Carpettes
Official Site: www.thecarpettes.com
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On this date in 1978, Lene Lovich released her debut album, Stateless. It contained the singles, "Lucky Number" (#3 U.K.), "Say When" and "I Think We're Alone Now" #35 U.K.). The album reached the #35 spot on the U.K. albums chart. The new wave singer was born in Detroit, Michigan but relocated to England as a child. She still performs occasionally.
Wikipedia: Lene Lovich
A Fansite: lenelovich.com
Blogload: Lene Lovich - Stateless - oskurahermandad.blogspot.com
On this date in 1977, Wreckless Eric released his second album, The Wonderful World Of Wreckless Eric. It contained the singles, "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" and "Take The Cash". The Stiff Records new wave/power pop artist from Sussex, England still makes music and tours occasionally.
Wikipedia: Wreckless Eric
Official Website: wrecklesseric.com
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On this date in 1978, XTC released their second album, Go 2. The U.K. version of the album did not produce any singles but the U.S. version included "Are You Receiving Me?". The album reached the #21 spot on the U.K. albums chart. The Swindon, England post punk/new wave band called it quits in 2006 when Colin Moulding expressed a desire to call it quits. Andy Partridge didn't feel that it would be XTC without the both of them.
Official Website: xtcidearecords.co.uk
Blogload: XTC - Go 2 - stupidd.blogspot.com
On this date in 1978, Johnny Thunders released his first solo album, So Alone. It included the single, "(You Can't Put Your Arms Around A) Memory". Johnny Thunders was, of course, in The New York Dolls and Johnny Thunders and The Heartbreakers before this solo effort. He had an all-star lineup of musicians helping him with this album including Steve Jones and Paul Cook of Sex Pistols, Peter Perrett of The Only Ones, Walter Lure and Billy Rath of The Heartbreakers and Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders.
Wikipedia: Johnny Thunders
Blogload: Johnny Thunders - So Alone - abc-afterglow.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, INXS released their eighth single, "Don't Change". It was backed by "Go West" in the U.S. and "You Never Used To Cry" in the U.K. The A side appeared on their third album, Shabooh Shoobah. Neither B side made the album. The U.K. 12 inch version had a third track, "Golden Playpen" which was on the album. The single reached the #80 spot on the U.S. singles chart. The Perth, Australia new wave band came to a sudden halt when lead singer Michael Hutchence died on November 22, 1997, apparently due to hanging by his own hands. They found a new singer a couple of years ago and have recorded and performed. The replacement singer has recently been given his walking papers by the band. INXS was originally called The Farriss Brothers, named after bandmember brothers, Andrew, Jon and Tim.
Official Website: inxs.com
Video: INXS - Don't Change - youtube
Blogload: INXS - Shabooh Shoobah - babakazoo.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, The Exploited released their seventh single, "Computers Don't Blunder". It was backed by "Addiction". Neither track initially appeared on an album but both were added as bonus tracks to their second studio album, Troops Of Tomorrow, when it was re-released on CD. The Edinburgh, Scotland band was one of the U.K.'s original Oi! bands. They are still together but moved towards thrash by the late '80's.
Wikipedia: The Exploited
Official Website: the-exploited.net
Video: The Exploited - Computers Don't Blunder - live - 1983 - youtube
Blogload: The Exploited - The Singles - blogofleastresistance.blogspot.com
Lee Thompson of Madness turns 52 today.
From the top: Chas Smash, Mike Barson, Suggs McPherson,
Mark Bedford, Lee Thompson, Daniel Woodgate and Chris Foreman
Official Website: madness.co.uk
Video: Madness - One Step Beyond (1979) - youtube
Blogload: Madness - The Peel Sessions - sircharliepalmer.blogspot.com
On this date in 1981, UB40 released their third album, Present Arms In Dub. It was a collection of instrumental, dubbed-up versions of UB40 songs from their previous album, Present Arms. The album reached the #38 spot on the U.K. albums chart. The Birmingham, England reggae band continues to record and perform.
Official Website: ub40.co.uk
Blogload: UB40 - Present Arms In Dub - gooner-nation.blogspot.com
On this date in 1981, U2 released their seventh single, "Gloria". It was backed by a live version of "I Will Follow". The A side appeared on the band's second album, October. The single reached the #55 spot on the U.K. singles chart. It reached the #10 spot in their native Ireland. The Dublin, Ireland new wave band, of course, became a hugely successful mainstream rock act by the mid-'80's and is still going strong.
Official Website: u2.com
Video: U2 - Gloria - youtube
Blogload: U2 - October - mussiqa.net
On this date in 1981, Subhumans released their debut EP, Demolition War. It was a six song offering that included "Parasites", "Drugs Of Youth", "Animal", "Society", "Who's Gonna Fight In The Third World War?" and "Human Error". None of the tracks appeared on their 1983 debut full-length album, The Day The Country Died. The Wiltshire, U.K. punk band still records and performs.
Blogload: Subhumans - Demolition War EP - madblastsofchaos.blogspot.com
Russell Mael of Sparks turns 54 today!
Left to right, Russell and Ron Mael
Official Website: allsparks.com
Video: Sparks - I Predict (1982) - youtube
Blogload: Sparks - Profile: The Ultimate Collection - commercialzone.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, The Mekons released their third single, "Work All Week". It was backed by "Unknown Wrecks". Neither track appeared on a regular album. The Leeds, England punk/post punk band still records and performs.
Wikipedia: The Mekons
A Fansite: mekons.de/mekonhom.htm
Blogload: The Mekons - Work All Week - 7 inch (both sides) - asfm.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, The Last Words released their debut single in the U.K., "Animal World". It was the third time they released this single, the first two times in Australia. It was backed by "No Music In The World Today". Neither track appeared on an album. In total, the Sydney, Australia punk band would release five singles (three of them were releases of "Animal World") and one album before disbanding in 1980. A later compilation saw "Animal World" make its album debut.
Wikipedia: The Last Words
Video: The Last Words - Animal World - youtube
Blogload: The Last Words - Animal World - 7 inch (both sides) - isksp.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, Heartbeat Records released a record compiling various artists from the Bristol, England area. Among those featured were Glaxo Babies, Vice Squad, X-Certs, Private Dicks and Vitas Dance. The album was called Avon Calling.
Blogload: Avon Calling - compilation - cdlandia2.blogspot.com
On this date in 1979, Joe Jackson released his second album, I'm The Man. The album produced the singles, "I'm The Man", "It's Different For Girls" (#5 U.K.) and "Kinda Kute". The album reached the #12 spot on the U.K. albums chart and the #22 spot on the U.S. albums chart. The Staffordshire, England punk/new wave musician still records.
Wikipedia: Joe Jackson
Official Website: joejackson.com
Blogload: Joe Jackson - I'm The Man - mussiqa.net
On this date in 1979, Little Bo Bitch released their debut single, "It's Only Love". It was backed by "I'm Confused". Both tracks appeared on their self-titled debut album. They were called The Lonely Boys in the U.S. where their debut album was called The Lonely Boys. No, there was not another band with the same name here. Their U.S. distribution company felt that Little Bo Bitch was not a very marketable name. The London power pop band disbanded in 1980 after two singles and one album.
Blogload: The Lonely Boys (Little Bo Bitch) - debut album - digivinyltal.blogspot.com
Bob Geldof of The Boomtown Rats turns 55 today.
The Boomtown Rats, left to right:
Johnnie Fingers, Pete Briquette, Bob Geldof, Simon Crowe and Gerry Cott.
Plus Garry Roberts (he's the guy lying down).
Wikipedia: The Boomtown Rats
Official Website: boomtownrats.co.uk
Video: The Boomtown Rats - Up All Night (1980) - youtube
Blogload: Best Of The Boomtown Rats - babakazoo.blogspot.com
On this date in 1978, Sham 69 released their fifth single, "Hurry Up Harry". It was backed by "No Entry". The A side appeared on their second album, That's Life. The B side was not but was included as a bonus when the album was re-released on CD. The single reached the #10 spot on the U.K. singles chart. The Hersham, England punk band disbanded in 1980 but re-formed in the late 80's and has been on and off ever since.
Wikipedia: Sham 69
Official Website: sham69.com
Video: Sham 69 - Hurry Up Harry - on Top Of The Pops - 1978 - youtube
Blogload: Sham 69 - That's Life - plan-9fromouterspace.blogspot.com
On this date in 1978, Jah Wobble released his debut single, "Dreadlock Don't Deal In Wedlock". It was backed by "Pthilius Pubus". It was a 12-inch single. Neither track appeared on an album though the A side was added to his debut album, The Legend Lives on...Jah Wobble In Betrayal when re-released on CD. The London bass player was still a member of Public Image Limited at the time of this release. He left PIL in 1980. He continues to release music.
Wikipedia: Jah Wobble
Official Website: 30hertzrecords.com
Not "Dreadlock Don't Deal In Wedlock" but...the original version of his debut album"
Blogload: Jah Wobble - The Legend Lives on...Jah Wobble In Betrayal - radicalriffage.blogspot.com
Chris Lowe of Pet Shop Boys turns turns 50 today.
Pet Shop Boys, left to right: Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant
Wikipedia: Pet Shop Boys
Official Website: petshopboys.co.uk
Video: Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls - live 1986 - youtube
Blogload: Pet Shop Boys - Discography - musicalmente.info
On this date in 1982, The Smiths made their live debut. It was at The Ritz Ballroom in Manchester, England. They opened for Blue Rondo.
The Smiths, left to right:
Andy Rourke, Morissey, Mike Joyce and Johnny Marr.
Wikipedia: The Smiths
Video: The Smiths - What Difference Does It Make? - on Top Of The Pops - 1984 - youtube
Blogload: The Smiths - Peel Sessions - mondo-de-muebles.blogspot.com
On this date in 1982, Our Daughter's Wedding released their only full-length album, Moving Windows. It contained the singles, "Elevate Her" and "Auto Music". They are best known for an earlier released single, "Lawnchairs". The new wave band was originally from San Francisco before moving to New York. They disbanded in 1983 after one album, one EP and several singles.
Wikipedia: Our Daughter's Wedding
Blogload: Our Daughter's Wedding - Moving Windows - drunksongs.blogspot.com