Episode 316: Misrepresented – Extreme




April 3, 2018


  • Extreme “More Than Words” Extreme Extreme II: Pornograffitti (A&M Records) 1990
  • Extreme “Decadence Dance” Extreme Extreme II: Pornograffitti (A&M Records) 1990
  • Extreme “When I First Kissed You” Extreme Extreme II: Pornograffitti (A&M Records) 1990
  • Van Halen  “Without You” Van Halen III (Warner Bros.) 1998

Where credit is due: Thumbnail photo by Extreme.


We continue our “Misrepresented” series by diving into the band Extreme and their (year) hit “More Than Words.” It’s a number 1 hit, from a band whose style is not accurately reflected in the song. We play some of their other songs to prove our point.

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One Reply to “Episode 316: Misrepresented – Extreme”

  1. Jeff Perry

    I was reminded of your Van Halen week shows, of course, by this show.

    When I was listening to that week, I was struck by your description of VH, hotshot innovative guitarist, compelling front man, great harmonies, the ability to change styles without losing their footing. and I was reminded of perhaps, a strange comparison, Queen. Both bands had a special magic that they haven’t quite been able to recreate without their orignal line-ups.

    Brian May even collaborated with Eddie Van Halen at one time, IIRC.

    So my request is to please do a week on Queen’s first five albums.

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