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Tony Thaxton explores the weirder side of music, celebrating and telling the story behind those strange albums that make you wonder how and why they exist. Doing deep dives on albums released by pro athletes, actors, fictional characters, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bizarrealbums/support
 
Jim Salveson rediscovers some of Indie Rock's most iconic albums with the people who helped make them the classic's they are. From Punk to Brit Pop from Rock to Madchester you'll hear the stories behind some of the greatest LPs to ever grace your record collection and be inspired to go back and listen to them again, right through to the hole in the middle.The interviews in this podcast were recorded for the XS Long Player series on XS Manchester. Where classic albums we're played in full. Yo ...
 
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Join Tim & Tom as they listen to the whole album.Every episode they discuss listening to an album they haven’t heard before from beginning to end. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Garbage - Emiily Saliers - KT Tunstall - Princess Nokia - Death of Lovers - Valentina Cooke - El Viaje de Jim - Ratones Paranoicos - Sarah Walk - Sufjan Stevens - Ten Years After - Stereophonics - Eminem - Recwall - Blitzen Trapper - Popa Chubby - Manu Chao - El Estrellero - Litto Nebbia y Pez - Bersuit Vergarabat - Chico Buarque - Franz Ferdinand
 
Garbage - Emiily Saliers - KT Tunstall - Princess Nokia - Death of Lovers - Valentina Cooke - El Viaje de Jim - Ratones Paranoicos - Sarah Walk - Sufjan Stevens - Ten Years After - Stereophonics - Eminem - Recwall - Blitzen Trapper - Popa Chubby - Manu Chao - El Estrellero - Litto Nebbia y Pez - Bersuit Vergarabat - Chico Buarque - Franz Ferdinand
 
The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them and Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Each episode focuses on one album from the brand-new, updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list, featuring fresh conversations with the people who made the music, classic interview audio and expert commentary. Episodes include the late Tom Petty on his solo classic Wildflowers, Taylor Swift talking about her career-changing 2012 album ...
 
Robert Plant - Amy O - First In Space - The Fall - The Fresh And Onlys – Daughter - Bomba Estereo - The War On Drugs - The Dream Syndicate - Brand New – Whitehorse - Savoy Brown - Tori Amos - Queens Of Stone Age - Oh Sees - Richard Thompson - The Cribs - Lcd Sounsystem - Gogol Bordello - Gregg Allman - Steven Wilson - Happy Abandon
 
Delbert McClinton - The Afghan Whigs - James Elkington - Tim Cohen - The Strypes - Uriyah & The Psychedelics – Cast – Hollerado - Jason Loewenstein - Geoff Gibbons - Carolyn Wonderland - Cable Ties - The Routes - Menace Beach - - Psymon Spine – Incubus - Modern English - American Opera - Sigmund Fried – Styx - Dead Letter Circus - Trevor Sensor – Big Hogg - This Is The Kit – Coldplay
 
Kasabian - John Mellencamp - Jesca Hoop - John Mayall - Imagine Dragons – Arbouretum – Alt-J - Foo Fighters - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Die Toten Hosen – Elbow - Feist - Dropkick Murphys – Fufanu - Deep Purple - PJ Harvey - The Chainsmokers – Coldplay - Ed Sheeran - Fleet Foxes – Ibeyi – Cast - Magic Giant y Vargas Blues Band
 
Futbol - Paddy and the Rats – Animal Collective - Tinariwen - Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' - Ian Anderson - Real Estate - Joshua James - The Cranberries - Anna Calvi – The Chainsmokers - Summer Moon - Watermelon Slim - La Patrulla Espacial - Perfume Etereo - Novo Amor – Unkle - Los Campesinos! - Iron and Wine - Señamelo Usted - Buika - Kevin Morby
 
The Feelies - The Mountain Goats - Spoon - Michael Chapman - Los Espiritus - Why? - Youth Killed It - Ryan Adams - All Them Witches - Bad Temper Joe - Wire - King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Soda Stereo - Slowdive - Bad//Dreems - Ani DiFranco - Thurston Moore - Charly Garcia - Roger Waters - The Kooks - Gene Loves Jezebel - Depeche Mode
 
Gang Of Youth - Filthy Friends - Emma Russack - Flamin Groovies - Deerhof - U2 - Bjork - The Accidentals - Nadine Shah - Motorpsycho - Cat Stevens - Tera Melos - Living Colour - The Cadillac Three - The The - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile - Billy Corgan - Tribalistas - Our Lady Peace - The Surfing Magazines - Neil Young - Joan Osborne - Baby In Vain
 
Youth Killed It - The Magnetic Fields - The Underground Youth - Steve Hackett - Guided By Voices - Residente - Manu Chao - Roadkill Ghost Choir - Julian Cope - One Day, After School... - Ha Ha Tonka - Procol Harum - Hoops - The New Year - Smile Empty Soul - We Are Monroe - Jesu & Sun Kil Moon - Mary Ocher - Sleater-Kinney - Pierce Brothers - Sheryl Crow - Juana Molina - No Money Kids - Vant - Lian Gallagher
 
Cowbell, Ron Gallo, 311, Post War Glamour Girls, The Builders and the Butchers, The Mountain Goats, MISSIO, The National, Half Japanese, Hawkwind, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Meatbodies, Ride, Alice Cooper, The Verve Pipe, The War on Drugs, Cold War Kids, Skipinnish, The Kills, Gov't Mule, Lorde, Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie
 
Rise against - The Jesus And Mary Chain - The Goo Goo Dolls - Secondhand Serenade - The Verve Pipe - Little Hurricane - The Homesick - The Brian Jonestown Massacre - North Mississippi Allstars - Gilligan Smiles - Natalia Lafourcade - Miss Bolivia - Gustavo Santaolalla - Sufjan Stevens - The Blue Aeroplanes - Dope Lemon - Balance and Composure - El Cuarteto de Nos - La Teoría del Caos - Carolyn Wonderland – Tamikrest - Las Rosas - Moby & The Void Pacific Choir - Fairport Convention – Ozomatli ...
 
Las novedades discográficas internacionales de Junio 2018 con Roger Daltrey, Muddy Ruckus, Laura Carbone, Father John Misty, Vital Idles, Beach Skulls, Holy Esque, John Parish, Dave Matthews Band, Howlin Rain, M. Ward, Lunatic Soul, Gin Blossoms, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Arthur Buck, Johnny Marr, Mike Shinoda, Buddy Guy, Wilko Johnson, Nick Lowe, Brandenburg, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Raffoul, Cats On The Beach, Don't Worry, Jim James y Bullet For My Valentine
 
Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
 
NWOTHM Full Albums is a YouTube channel dedicated to gather old school heavy metal albums by the bands of the new generation. Here you will find episodes of our shows: BACK TO METAL: Our main show featuring the best of the New Wave of Traditional Heavy Metal.HEAVY METAL UNIVERSE: The 80's are the golden age of heavy metal. This show is a tribute to that amazing era.LOST YEARS: These are special episodes showcasing songs from the dark days of heavy metal, mostly known as the 90's.WAVE OF META ...
 
Un samedi par mois de 19h à 20h. Pénétrez sans crainte dans cette quête musico-archéologique, à la recherche du sillon inconnu car le Dr Bro sera votre guide ! Ici, on célèbre les oubliés, c’est la face B de l’histoire de la musique, et tous les genres y passent. On continue, pour une 6ème saison, sur un format playlist thématique, et pour la saison 2019/2020, on va essayer de condenser toujours plus d'anecdotes ! Les podcasts des premières saisons restent tous en réécoute : 58 formats court ...
 
Ich wollte dieses Album immer machen, aber es sollte irgendwie niemals fertig werden. Ist es jetzt doch. Wie zur Hölle das geklappt hat, was ich dafür getan habe, wie der Prozess aussah und was jetzt mit mir und der Musik passiert, erfahrt ihr in dem wohl ehrlichsten Podcast der Musikindustrie von mir, Fynn Kliemann und Gästen, die viel mehr Ahnung von dem Kram haben als ich…
 
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Just in time for your July 4th weekend! October 1983 records include one from our Patron subscribers! Was this the genesis of the rise of Genesis or the genesis of the decline of Genesis? Should it be "Color by Numbers" in the US? Was Lionel Richie's "Can't Slow Down" a "Thriller lite"? Nick Heyward? Who was that? Cyndi Lauper - did she popularize …
 
Season 1 ends with the story of Microdisney. For this episode I revisit Iron Fist in Velvet Glove - the story of Microdisney, my documentary from 2017. It tells how Cathal Coughlan and Sean O’Hagan met in Cork at a New Year’s Eve party in 1979 and formed a band. Microdisney went through several incarnations before Cathal and Sean upped sticks to Lo…
 
The Muffs bass player Ronnie Barnett joins Rob and Keith in Thunderlove Studio to chat about the bands 1995 album Blonder and Blonder. Along the way they talk about the history of the band as well as a bunch of other things - like a riveting story about Maurice White of Earth, Wind, and Fire. Information on Amyotrphic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).…
 
Sometimes, after releasing episodes, new information comes my way about some of these albums and I want to pass that on to you as well. But as usual, I’m not here to make fun of them, I’m here to celebrate them and tell their story. This is Bizarre Albums, REMASTERED. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagra…
 
We head back to 1996 and the heart of the Brit Pop era on this episode of the XS Long Player to discuss classic Kula Shaker album 'K'... an LP that became the fastest selling debut album since Oasis! For this show Jim is joined by Crispian and Alonza from the band who discuss winning (jointly with Placebo) the legendary In The City award, working w…
 
Tom and Tim are joined by their first in studio (shed) guest Wade. Wade is in a band with Tim and they try to hijack the pod with their mutual love for the 1995 album Tragic Kingdom by Ska/Punk/Pop band No Doubt. Will Tom be able to resist the immense peer pressure or will he succumb to the insistent barrage of two fans professing their love for on…
 
This episode focuses on 1977 by Ash, released on Infectious Records in 1996. Tim Wheeler joins me to talk about: the band's earliest days, recording demo tapes, signing to Infectious, recording with Owen Morris in Rockfield, the writing process of the songs on 1977, supporting Therapy? and Babes in Toyland, revising for A-Levels while doing press i…
 
**BE AWARE** THIS PODCAST CONTAINS EXCITING NEWS! Singer/songwriter Deborah Holland stopped by Thunderlove Studios to chat with Keith and Rob about fronting the "supergroup" Animal Logic with jazz superstar Stanley Clarke and The Police drummer Stewart Copeland. Wake the kids, text the neighbors.Autor: Abandoned Albums Podcast
 
This episode focuses on Grand Parade by The Frank & Walters, released on Setanta Records in 1997. Paul Linehan and Ashley Keating join me to talk about: the band's initial success in the UK; touring in support of their first album; returning to Cork after two and half years; recharging their batteries for a few years in the mid-90s, writing songs f…
 
Sometimes, after releasing episodes of Bizarre Albums, new information comes my way about some of these albums and I want to pass that on to you as well. But as usual, I’m not here to make fun of them, I’m here to celebrate them and tell their story. This is Bizarre Albums, REMASTERED. This is the story of Van Morrison's The Authorized Bang Collect…
 
New episodes are on the way - but here's one you might have missed from the early days of 80s Exposed (2018) - We've grown a lot in 4 years - and learned a lot too!!! This one was a favorite from before many of you found us! Megan hadn't even joined us yet! Find us on the web! www.80sMusicExposed.com Breakdowns on - The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms Juda…
 
No one would ever say writer/musician/comedian/rockstar Dave Hill is lazy. Hill has done just about everything, including being the brainchild behind black metal icons Witch Taint. Witch Taint is fronted by Dave's alter ego, Lance from Gary, Indiana - the king of black metal. The band has been called “the most extreme black metal band of all time” …
 
This episode focuses on A House's second album I Want Too Much released on Blanco Y Negro Records in 1990. Dave Couse and Fergal Bunbury join me to talk about: meeting producer Mike Hedges and recording I Want Too Much on Inisbofin off the Galway coast, the Abbey Road sound desk and equipment that Mike Hedges brought to Inisbofin, mixing the album …
 
In the latest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, Yusuf reflects on his masterpiece "Tea for the Tillerman," and discusses his decision to re-record it last year. His guitarist Alun Davies and longtime producer Paul Samwell-Smith also appear on the podcast. Later in the episode, Rolling Stone staff writer Angie Martoccio and deputy musi…
 
Try finding the keyboard shortcuts for the two dots in MOTLEY CRUE (I refuse). Like champs, we just come back to blow your mind once again with selection from the stack for SEPTEMBER 1983. Stick your hand in the (non-bargain) bin to have a look at these again! Welcome to the only podcast to DARE to put this line up on the same show: Shout at the De…
 
She was cast on the Carol Burnett Show when she was just 18 years old. A few years later, she'd have a #1 hit song. This is the story of Vicki Lawrence's The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia , from 1973. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @bizarrealbums Follow Tony on Twitter & Instagram: @tonyth…
 
In the Nineties, much of the conversation about hip-hop was dominated by the feud between the East and West Coasts. The South was putting out tons of incredible rap records too, but almost nobody was paying any attention to Portsmouth, Virginia. With 1997's "Supa Dupa Fly", Missy Elliott and Tim "Timbaland" Mosley changed that, and gave the world a…
 
This episode focuses on two albums by Rollerskate Skinny. Shoulder Voices was released on Beggars Banquet sub-label Placebo in 1993 and Horsedrawn Wishes followed in 1996 on Warner Bros. These are two magnificent albums, the band also gifted us ‘Speed to My Side’, one of the greatest Irish singles ever. Rollerskate Skinny mainman Ken Griffin joins …
 
10 year old Lena Zavaroni broke a record by winning British competition show Opportunity Knocks five weeks in a row. Soon after, she would become the youngest person to ever have an album in the top 10. This is the story of Lena Zavaroni’s Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me, from 1974.Special thanks to listener Rob Guernsey for suggesting this album!Suppor…
 
In this special holiday episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, our new podcast on Amazon Music, we delve into 1963's "A Christmas Gift for You From Phil Spector", an album that changed the way we look at holiday music. In 2019, Rolling Stone named it the best Christmas album of all time. A labor of love that pulled together all the top gir…
 
The actress best known for her roles in Married…with Children, Sons of Anarchy and Futurama has a surprisingly full and interesting backstory with music. Then, several years into her role as Peg Bundy, she finally recorded a solo album. This is the story of Katey Sagal’s Well…from 1994. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on…
 
In the newest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, we dive into Lucinda Williams' 1998 masterpiece "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road," an album that helped define modern roots music and got Williams' long-overdue recognition as one of America's greatest songwriters. The album took six years, three producers, and some label drama to make, but …
 
The story of Stump, the Irish-English experimental, rock band from the 1980s. For this episode I revisit Lights! Camel! Action! - the story of Stump, my documentary from 2016. The members of Stump and key figures in their story (legendary producer Hugh Jones, journalists Simon Reynolds and John Robb, Nigel Grainge from Ensign Records, Elvera Butler…
 
Academy Award nominated actress Minnie Driver wasn’t happy with some of the acting roles she was taking, so she took some time off and went back to her other love, music. This is the story Minnie Driver’s Everything I’ve Got In My Pocket, from 2004. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @bizarrealbums F…
 
In the first episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, we tackle one of hip-hop’s most important albums: Public Enemy’s 1988 political-rap masterpiece "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back", which landed at Number 15 on the magazine’s all-new 500 Greatest Albums list. In this episode, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D and producer Hank S…
 
Amazingly, Doves second album, The Last Broadcast is 20 years old in 2022 and to mark the occasion Andy Williams from the iconic Manchester band sat down with Jim Salveson to talk through the making of their biggest album. The album charted at No1 in the album charts and also spawned the bands highest charting single to date, There Goes The Fear (i…
 
"No Irish band has ever attempted anything as ambitious as Ghostown, and no one ever will. Why should it? It has been done and, like Pet Sounds, it's a monument forever" (George Byrne, Sunday Times, 1998). Ghostown was recorded in 1978 and released over a year later in August 1979. In this episode I’m joined by The Radiators's Pete Holidai to discu…
 
Season Two is coming in hot! Keith and Rob get a visit from Mike Leonard, founder of Bleeding Hearts - the last band Replacement legend Bob Stinson was a member of. Leonard and Bar None Records dusted off the recordings and have released one fine dirty rock album, Riches to Rags (which kinda describes Bob Stinson's career arc). Mike sheds some insi…
 
Actress Goldie Hawn became an “It Girl” in the 1960’s as a cast member of Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. Then she quickly won an Oscar off of her first major film role. With her career rolling, Reprise Records signed her to make an an album. This is the story of Goldie Hawn’s Goldie, from 1972. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the s…
 
In 2013, Kanye West released Yeezus, his sixth studio album. It sounded like nothing the rapper had ever produced. Fans recoiled at the album’s experimental sound. Critics began to wonder if Ye, who seemed to be at the height of his career, might finally be losing his touch. But, then, something strange happened. Over time, the world Kanye construc…
 
Special episode on the massively commercially successful David Bowie album Let's Dance, his first for EMI America, released 39 years ago - in April of 1983. After signing a 17 million dollar contract, he chose a fresh new producer in Nile Rodgers, and history was made! We talk about the importance of Let's Dance to the cultural moment, and prattle …
 
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