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Episode 307: The Music of 1990

At long last, it’s a SUPER-SIZED episode!Allister has a “Pudding Time”Jobee is too scared of Mrs. Nale to give a bad review What do LL Cool J & George Michael have in common? 

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Episode 307: The Music of 1990

At long last, it’s a SUPER-SIZED episode! Allister has a “Pudding Time” Jobee is too scared of Mrs. Nale to give a bad review  What do LL Cool J & George Michael have in common?  [iframe style=”border:none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/14898392/height/100/width//thumbnail/no/render-playlist/no/theme/standard/tdest_id/717181″ height=”100″ width=”” scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen

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Episode 306: Jonah Matranga

In an extensive interview, Jeff Skypes with songwriter Jonah Matranga (FAR, New End Original, onelinedrawing). They discuss being billed above bands like TooL, equating major labels with the DNC, feeling queasy about creations, dealing with hecklers, how This is Spinal Tap is like a horror

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Episode 305: Hair Metal w/Tom Pritchard

Bust out your mascara and Aqua Net! Jeff appears with pop culture nerd & guest host Tom Pritchard (of the fabulous TomCast PopCast & Beer Night in San Diego) to discuss Hair Metal.   They discuss all the bad qualities of this very limited genre, but

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Episode 304: Make Me Like It—Red Hot Chili Peppers

Discussed: –Why are they so maligned, and is it deserved? – yet again, the power of nostalgia –Rock N Roll Hall of Fame –Can RHCP offer any lessons for us amid the Covid-19  –A classic piece by The Onion –RHCP strong points (yes, they have some)

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Episode 303: Plagues

Jeff & Jobee kibitz about the coronavirus, the apocalypse, and a whole bunch of disease-ridden music. Plus: Allister tries to tear down the room, Jeff insults a listener, and music from Sorrows Path, Greg Dulli, and Human Impact. 

The Used—Heartwork

by Tom Springer The Used have always been a band that has played around with their sound. From their debut heavy screamo self titled album that helped bring forth the genre to the mainstream with songs like The Taste Of Ink that saw regular radio