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  • Episode 930: Somasonic – Interview

    Barret Ries, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. He invites some old friends from Ohio rock band Somasonic to talk, via Zoom, about their '90s regional success, receiving a cease-and-desist order from Semisonic, and getting the band back together a couple of decades later.

  • Episode 929: Jam Bands

    Mike Kohli, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. We discuss Mike's evolution as a metal and punk fan to also appreciate jam bands. In particular, he likes Buffalo's Moe. We also talk about Aqueous, Phish and the H.O.R.D.E. Tour.

  • Episode 909: A Musical Road Trip

    Jeff Niebuhr, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. We discuss a way-cool musical road trip he took recently with his girlfriend, Diane. They recorded songs related to the places they visited along the way.

  • Episode 906: Mansun – An Appreciation

    Steven Routledge, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. We discuss British band Mansun, one of Steven's favorites. The alternative band released three albums between 1997 and 2000.

  • Episode 894: R.E.M. – ‘Up’

    Noah Crane, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. He wants to talk about R.E.M.'s 1998 album "Up." It was the first without drummer Bill Berry, and Noah stands up for "Up."

  • Episode 890: Album Closing Tracks

    Tim Hoffman, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. We discuss great album closing tracks.

  • Episode 886: 1987 – Prince, U2, R.E.M., Replacements

    Mike Wagner, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. We discuss great albums of 1987, including U2's "The Joshua Tree," R.E.M.'s "Document," Prince's "Sign o' the Times" and the Replacements' "Pleased to Meet Me."

  • Episode 885: Guided By Voices’ New Classic Lineup

    Scott Parks, a patron of the podcast, joins us and invites friend Justin Steiner to come along on a journey through Guided By Voices' last seven albums.

  • Episode 846: Greatest American Bands

    Who's the greatest American band? In rock history, the UK is known for bands while the U.S. is where individual artists found fame. But Jeff Niebuhr, a patron of the pod who got to pick the topic, has some thoughts on stateside groups.

  • Episode 826: Follow-up Albums – Fleetwood Mac, Prince, Peter Gabriel, Beastie Boys, Bruce Springsteen

    Mike Wagner, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. We talk about albums that followed big hit records, including works by Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, Prince, Beastie Boys and Peter Gabriel.

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