In 1982, Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones released ‘Thriller’. After listening extensively for years, Intern Sam ranks each track on the album.
Mike Snider, good friend of the show and accomplished writer, breaks down Tom Petty’s studio work. As he says, “there’s no right answer,” when ranking Petty’s work, but we’re glad Mike gave it a shot.
A look back from the future (where it’s daylight savings time already), the third album from Jen Gloeckner is a perfect defense against the dying of the light.
Renowned Baltimore DJ Bob Popik counts down from 74 to 1. The ultimate ranking of songs by Morrissey, Johnny Marr and the Smiths.
What do an ice storm, a hammer and “Don’t Fear the Reaper” have in common? Well, we can laugh about it now…
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is at its core a high school movie. And the soundtrack contains a nod to the King of High School Movies, John Hughes.
What do you do when you’re the leader of the band but also the best drummer in the band but you’re really the guitar player?
We lost Glen today, but Glen won’t ever leave the grooves of L.A.
Many Linkin Park fans are still in shock over the sudden passing of Chester Bennington, but there were clues in the band’s music.