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The 1980SomethingShow podcast! The official podcast of 1980somethingco, where we talk about vintage and whatever else the universe puts in our heads. Thanks for listening :) Please make sure to follow 1980somethingco on instagram for daily doses of cool vintage/ nostalgia. Also, follow my co host Sokro_
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Back Where We Belong

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Get ready for the ultimate GenX podcast! Each week from May through August, O'Dell & Erin take a trip down memory lane revisiting favorite moments, memories, movies and music from the 70s through the early 2000s. If it was popular at the time, they're probably going to talk about it. It's part history lesson, part movie review and all nostalgia! Now tease those bangs and put on your favorite pair of leg warmers, it's time to go back where we belong.
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On September 13, 1980, 19-year-old Annette Deverell disappeared after a night out dancing with friends. Two years later her remains were found in bush 30 minutes from where she was last seen. Four grief-filled decades later, Annette’s mother can’t shake the terrible suspicion that someone in her town knows something about her death. In this four-part true crime podcast, journalist Carla Hildebrandt opens the cold case file on the death of Annette Deverell - a gruesome mystery that has haunte ...
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The 1980's were a time before mass access to the internet and the time when HIV and AIDS first came to Australia. The Australian community responded to this new modern-day leprosy with crippling fear, terror, appalling discrimination and loathing – of people – young Australian people. It was surely, the darkest of times. 'It was the time we collectively stained our Australian soul' – Drew Browne, founder of Unusual Risks Insured. What happened to our young people in the late 1980’s must neve ...
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What started as a disagreement between Dr. Rob Cywes and myself about whether protein when eaten ‘turns to sugar (glucose) in your blood stream' grew into an academic debate. Doug Reynolds thought this would be a great podcast. Here is that podcast in two parts with a brief intro about what the heart of the issue is all about. As a way of further s…
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Episode 578. Another Mark fan boy episode this week! Guitarist Pat Travers sits down with us this week. Yes Pat does have some KISS stories to share, talks about Doc McGhee managing his career even lets us in on the one song he wishes he had recorded and why! Pat talks about working with Carmine Appice on the new Cactus album that is out now and sh…
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It’s important to ‘remember where you came from’ as the saying goes. In our case, it’s a very short step back in time to re-experience how our health incinerated around us from colossal personal loss of everything we worked for, coupled with a grim diagnosis of my wife's brain tumor, and loss of my only brother, and mother. It all exceeded my abili…
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Episode 577. We check out a radio station playlist from 1975, wow what a variety of great songs! This is what is called AM Gold. Forget the haters, we won! Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at www.michaelbrandvold.com Since launching in 2012 Three Sides of the Coin has been viewed or listened to over 6,000,000 times. Three Sides of th…
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As a ‘culture’ we have become not only hooked on carbohydrates but on process foods specifically. This has Hacked our metabolism and created an epidemic of obesity and diabetes that is already at 40% of the population in some states (W. Virginia and Mississippi). The inevitable result, is that to mitigate all of the resulting metabolic problems med…
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Episode 576. This episode we track down Ace Frehley’s DeLorean that he made famous in the song Rock Soldiers. The DeLorean is fully restored and lives in Florida. Robert Gadocha from ClassicDMC.com is the owner and also a HUGE KISS fan. He says how he found the DeLorean and restoration that went into the vehicle. He shares the history of the car, i…
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Knowing the action you can take for or to prevent MCI or Alzheimers or dementia is one. But hearing it from a top researchers presentation puts it in an entirely different context. Some selected ‘out-takes’ of Dr. Stephen Cunnane’s talks and then discussed to make sure you understand the importance and immediacy of what he’s presenting. I so value …
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Episode 575. In a recent interview Ace Frehley stated he talked his label out of releasing a live Ace Frehley album and instead talked them into doing a third Origins cover album. So our question to you… what would you rather have, a live Ace Frehley album or another album of cover songs? Read: https://guitar.com/news/music-news/ace-frehley-talked-…
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Another front page story from a national newspaper...The Boston Globe...Provides a first hand story of a mother and wife told from the perspective of her husband and high school sweet heart. I share this story for the same reason as the last story I did. That one from the New York Times. There is much you can do to support. To increase the likeliho…
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Episode 574. In this episode we take a look at some of things people are Googling about KISS. Is the band KISS… Is Gene Simmons… Why does the band KISS… We end up discussing what to expect from KISS in 2024 and why it will probably be a very quiet year for KISS. Forget the haters, we won! Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at www.micha…
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Most of us have some idea what dementia is. Though we toss the word ‘demented’ around as a put down, Dementia, and Alzheimers experienced up close is difficult to witness. In part why it is so difficult to watch others go through the decline is because much of it can be avoided entirely by adopting a Low Carb High Fat Ketogenic diet. If there was o…
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A key sign of an addict is the craving for their addictive substance or need for a "fix". A food fix, like any drug fix, is an attempt to experience the dopamine high needed by any addict. Food addiction, more specifically, Processed Food Addiction is no different than other addictions in the sense of they are looking for a dopamine high. Come list…
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Episode 573. This week we go off track before even getting to our topic. But, we end up talking about Ace Frehley’s new set list for his solo shows and frankly how disappointing it is. We then move into Gene Simmons solo set list. Then we share our thoughts on the new Motley Crue single. And we end with a discussion about what we are listening to r…
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At a population level, male testosterone levels and reproductive health are plummeting at a precipitous rate. These changes cannot be accounted for solely by comorbid (associated) conditions such as metabolic syndrome. Other factors are the dramatic and damaging effects of endocrine disruptors. Toxins such as phthalates, BPA, atrazine, phytoestroge…
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Episode 572. Pat Fant joins us to discuss how he created the KISS Kasket and what happened to the Kasket. Pat also talks about his new documentary Runaway Radio about his time leading the radio station KLOL in Houston, TX. We talk about the state of radio and the changes that have occurred in radio. Visit https://rock101movie.com Forget the haters,…
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