door Bob Tönissen
A legend has passed away.
door Robert van Eijden

Robert ‘Oxysept’ van Eijden maakten Perfect Seventies Rock, en schreef natuurlijk ook de bijsluiter: “Ah, de seventies… Toen de boeren nog lekker gierden en de… lees meer

The man who was Rock 'n Roll. From his music to his tax evasions.
door Guuzbourg
No hits, just nuggets. 16 hidden pearls retrouvé by Guuzbourg. Enjoy!
Finally: Oasis on Spotify and Deezer! So here it is, Perfect Oasis. 23 brilliant tracks by our favourite rock-'n-roll-stars.
door Hans Vrijmoed
A Perfect 'Pumpkins' mostly based on albumtracks and b-sides. It gives you a heavenly cocktail of rock, goth rock, psychedelia, and dream pop with a topping of swirling, distorted guitars. Just what the doctor ordered. Enjoy!
door Art Rooijakkers
"Before Elvis there was nothing", said John Lennon. We couldn't agree more. It makes perfect sense that this Elvis-tribute by Art Rooijakkers is our 500th Perfect.
door Leonard van den Pol
An ode to the late JJ Cale (5 december 5 1938 – 26 juli 2013), not with a Perfect of his own music, but with the music of the artists he inspired.
door Amp.Amsterdam
The Most Legendary & Notorious Amps In Rock & Roll-history. We're talking a great Perfect here, by Amp.Amsterdam.
door Joost Reijnders
Many people only know the (also many) greatest hits Queen made. That's a shame. Joost Reijnders picked the best cherries out of the huge Queen-catalogue. Perfect Queen is simply full of brilliant songs.
door Alexis Vos
Ryan. Adams. Just. Can't. Stop. Wring. Music. And often we're thankful about that. Alexis Vos picked the right gems out of the big Ryan Adams-treasure.
door Thijs Hoebers
For some time in the early 80's Bob Mould and Grant Hart played in everyone's favourite underground US alternative rock band. On this Pürfect Thijs Hoebers collects his favourite tracks, for all of us to enjoy.
door Hielke Mous
By releasing no single bad album this century (as a matter of fact, he didn't in the previous), Nick Cave entered the same realm as Neil Young, Van Morrison and Bob Dylan. Great great songwriting, with a little danger added.
door Age Versluis
All Mod Cons.
door Norbert Pek
A summary of 15 years of Muse, by Norbert Pek. Play it loud, play it often, you'll be hooked.
door Michiel Flamman (Solo)
It's only because of archrivals The Smiths and U2 that Ian McCulloch and his band didn't become THE band of the 80's. That's a pity. Dutch singer-songwriter Michiel Flamman explains why.
door Frank Meeuwsen
Pearl Jam's greatest tracks. Not (just) the obvious singles and biggest hits, but the greatest treasures from PJ's catalogue, hand-picked by their biggest Dutch fan, Frank Meeuwsen.
door Guuzbourg
Between a-symetric hair and fluorescent leg warmers this were the guys keeping rock alive. Indeed, they were beacons of hope. Includes Los Lobos, Chris Isaak, Ry Cooder, Mink DeVille, Steve Earle, Don Dixon.
door Guuz Hoogaerts (aka Guuzbourg)
Yes, Tom Barman is mr. dEUS. He lives dEUS. But this compilation by Guuzbourg is about Tom Barman *without* dEUS. And it's quite brilliant.
door Hugo Vogel
Everything you need to hear from Rod The Mod: 31 tracks, carefully selected by Hugo Vogel. Lovely.
door Robin Winters
Boiling Californian heat, tumble weed, an endless road, two of your best friends, and this perfect on eleven. With tracks by Kyuss, Queens of the Stoneage, Monster Magnet, Wolfmother, Them Crooked Vultures.
door Aux (aka Auke Riemersma)
There was a time when Big Hair ruled the world. Especially, the music world. It gave us great pictures, and some great tunes as well (by Spinal Tap, Europe, Manowar, Guns N' Roses and Steel Panther, for instance).
door Henk Kanning
Henk Kanning meets Jack White and his White Stripes.
door Jean Pierre Kin
That guy Jean Pierre Kin sure has some courage: compiling a Perfect of an elusive genius like Frank Zappa. So many styles, so many tracks, so much to choose from. Jean Pierre Kin did the job.
door Niels Aalberts
The world's greatest rock singer? Maybe. The best songwriter? Perhaps. Its #1 live performer? Definitely.