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Nora Princiotti and Nathan Hubbard are two pop music enthusiasts. Together, they break down every single album from some of your favorite stars, like Taylor Swift, Adele, and Harry Styles. Topics include favorite collaborators, track five meanings, where these artists get their inspiration, and more.
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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
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Album picks on a range of topics selected by the all knowing Wheel of Musical Destiny. Three friends and music nerds discuss classic albums across a variety of genres including rock, metal, country, hip-hop, rnb and pop. Nostalgia, nonsense and general nerdery ensue. New episodes every week. Join the conversation on Discord, albumnerds.com/discord.
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Come on an album by album exploration of Talking Heads, David Byrne, Tom Tom Club and Jerry Harrison. No stone will go unturned as we retrace their path from humble beginnings at New York's infamous CBGB to their induction to the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
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The Stickiest Music Podcast - Album ReBrews is a conversational-style music commentary podcast hosted by Sarah and Zac, two Chicago-based music lovers. Each episode we grab a guest co-host and pair one of their favorite albums with a (usually alcoholic) beverage, talk, drink, and enjoy the album together.
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Best Album For
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Best Album For

Dave Sandell & Caleb Gardner

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Dave Sandell and Caleb Gardner choose the best album for highly relatable, real-life situations — like decompressing after a long day, elevating a backyard party, impressing the car next to you at a stop light, missing someone you love, or running from zombies.
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As a classic rock enthusiast (even though I was born in the mid-1990s), I discuss my favorite albums that were released 10-20 years before I was born and give my ranking of the songs on the album. I have also included Extended Podcasts, which include autobiography reviews, concert reviews, movie reviews, games, and more! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dorneysvinyl/support
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Comedians Liam Withnail and Christopher Macarthur-Boyd listen to the greatest albums of all time in order to compile a playlist of the best music ever. Recorded in Monkey Barrel Comedy studios in Edinburgh. Featuring such beloved segments as Secret Posho and Tattoo Woohoo/Tattoo Boohoo. Enjoy! Check out the Patreon! Extra Episodes, Ad Free, Pre Sale - and more! https://www.patreon.com/EnjoyAnAlbum
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ALBUM is a band and after being together for 13 years they started a podcast. Join the fun with Jason, Josh and Winfield (and the occasional guest) as they talk about Life, Music and Entertainment in general... Not to mention play games, eat and review snacks and check in with their off-the-wall sponsors Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/albumtheband/support
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Classic Album Sundays tells the stories behind the albums that have shaped our culture and in some cases, our lives. We are the world’s most popular and respected classic album listening event with satellites in four continents. Our website, social media channels, and our podcast are the hub for classic albums and artists. Visit us at https://classicalbumsundays.com/.
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Billion Dollar Record Club
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JD Ryznar, Steve Huey, Dave Lyons, Hunter Stair

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Billion Dollar Record Club is a music collector's investment podcast by and for complete idiots. Join JD Ryznar, David B Lyons, Hunter Stair, and "Hollywood" Steve Huey as they attempt to make their record collections more valuable by taking a low-priced record and working to make its price skyrocket. Each week, the hosts will present an album that has been underloved, underappreciated, and undervalued and through fun facts, deep research, lyrical analysis, and sophomoric banter, convince co ...
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The most popular classical music broadcast in the world is proudly Sponsored by Apple Classical and Uber. Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Mercury, and countless independent labels use our show to promote new artists and new album releases. Debuting your album on our podcast guarantees your music will be heard on: Podomatic, Vurbl, Amazon Music, Audible, Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, iHeartRadio, Audacy, Google Podcasts, Gaana, Boomplay, and Deezer, among many others. We actively support Fa ...
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A show where a band or artist takes you through the journey of their entire album. Our host Gavin O'Neill talks with the artist and, song-by-song-, dissects the album, letting the audience in on what each tune means to them and why it fits into each specific place on the track list. Full Album Fridays is unique as playing an entire album back to front is unheard of in today’s formatted stations. It’s our chance to be inside an artist’s mind and really sink into the meaning behind a full piec ...
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Sex. Dating. Gender. Love. Comedian Billy Procida hosts weekly conversations on everything you're not allowed to talk about on Slack. It's like Sex and the City meets Howard Stern if he minored in gender studies. RetroFuture by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Album Photo by Adam Courtney (IG: adamcourtneyphoto)
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Are you a fan of concept albums? Do you prefer to listen to records start to finish? We have broken down everything from Pink Floyd to Janelle Monae to the Digimon: the Movie Soundtrack and we are just getting started. Join us as we break down some of music's most interesting albums every Monday and try to discover the intended meaning behind them (or lack thereof)... Go to our discord at https://discord.gg/2stA2P7pTC to recommend new albums and join the conversation! For everything else, ch ...
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Musicians give irreverent takes on "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die", delivered every Monday morning. We do all the research, help you better understand why you love the things you love, plus introduce you to new music and musical ideas you should care about. Want to sound informed, intelligent, and funny when talking about music, even the records you don't like? Want to laugh while you learn more about music production and music history? Then welcome to your new favorite weekly pod ...
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Nick Kelly joins me to talk about Twist, the debut album by his band The Fat Lady Sings, released on East West Records in 1991. The NME called Twist, “a trembling monster of a pop record” and declared The Fat Lady Sings, “Ireland’s Finest band.” Five singles were released from Twist (‘Dronning Maud Land’, ‘Man Scared’, ‘Arclight’, ‘Deborah’, and th…
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Hannah Marcus has carved a distinctive niche in the world of music with her deeply emotive and atmospheric compositions. Her unique musical journey has been marked by a fearless exploration of sonic landscapes that blend folk, rock, and experimental elements, delivering hauntingly beautiful melodies infused with raw emotion. She’s released a series…
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Welcome to season 2 of Why this album! where my guest talks about their favorite albums and why they are so important to them. This week my guest is photographer Jacquie Ray as we sit down and talk about the 6th studio album by Blonde Redhead ; Misery is a Butterfly. We Discuss early taste in muisc, Growing up in Los Angeles, Musical acceptance and…
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This week we’re discussing every album by the one and only Buddy Holly. Holly is truly one of the most influential musicians of all time and was responsible for popularizing rock ‘n’ roll in the late 50s. His tragic death at age 22 immortalized his legacy, but the question is: how well do his actual songs hold up? We’re brutally honest here, no hol…
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This week Tim is missing so Garrett pulled together a solocast. It is the third installment of the Band Breakups and Bitter Feuds series for the show. Episodes dedicated to telling the story behind the downfall of the world’s biggest bands. This week we’re talking about The Rolling Stones, but specifically about how Mick Jagger and Keith Richards n…
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The boys go genius mode as they discuss the indie supergroup's long-awaited debut LP. Enjoy! ******************** Check out the Patreon! Extra Episodes, Ad Free, Pre Sale - and more! https://www.patreon.com/EnjoyAnAlbum Thanks to this weeks Sponsors MANSCAPED Manscaped | https://manscaped.com 20% off with the promo code: ALBUM20 #Ad #Sponsored ****…
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This one goes out to all the late night FM radio dial explorers. The Quiet Storm radio format originated back in the 1970s and gave rise to a new RnB sub-genre. On today’s show we discuss albums from the genres creation through modern day. Smokey Robinson – A Quiet Storm (Andy) Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly (Don) D’Angelo – Voodoo (Dude) What d…
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Today we review the sequel to last week’s two novels, “Hear the Wind Sing” and “Pinball, 1973” by Haruki Murakami. “The Wild Sheep Chase” is the final book in the Trilogy of the Rat. — Show Notes: relevanceofliterature.com/notes/ etsy.com/shop/theelaineedit patreon.com/relevanceofliterature — Music by Leo Discenza Our Show: relevanceofliterature.co…
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In this Season 6 episode, I discuss Joan Jett and the Blackheart's hit album, I Love Rock and Roll, giving a quick history of how the album came together, a rundown of the songs, my own personal take and ranking of the songs, and my overall rating of the album. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dorneysvinyl/support…
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Put on your captain's hat, get ready to catch some perch. This week, Hammad Imam from Chicago indie folk band Light Blue Lines sails with us through Boat Songs by MJ Lenderman. Listen to hear us sip on some tasty fruited sours, come up with some interesting automobile innovations, and discover some... unexpected AI song covers. Listen to Sunspot, t…
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The Kinks came roaring out of the British rock scene but got waylaid by a ban from touring the United States - so they turned their attention and songwriting chops back towards home. The boys discuss key changes, indie rock production, and band fights - lots of them. Email us your complaints (or questions / comments) at 1001AlbumComplaints@gmail.co…
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On this very special Minisode, we discuss Billboard's "10 Greatest Rock Lead Singers of All Time," including our picks for singers that should have been on the list. Let us know your thoughts about these singers and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Please support these artists by purchasing and streaming their music wherever you pay f…
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Vocalist and guitarist Maura Weaver (Mixtapes, Ogikubo Station) joins Al to introduce him to Elliott Smith’s self-titled album. Maura talks about how she got introduced to Elliott Smith’s music, why this album holds a special place for her and how it has helped to shape her own work. She also talks specifically about the throughlines between this E…
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19 year old Elliot Fullam takes us on a journey through his newest record, "End of Ways". From the anger-filled highs of "Throw it Away" to the mellow lows of "I'm Sorry I Took Long, But I'm Here", the album truly is a must-listen. He flawlessly intertwined his love for his family and (most importantly) girlfriend Josie into this one-of-a-kind trek…
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It's time to spill our guts. Nora and Nathan talk about the sophomore album from Olivia Rodrigo, the immense pressure she was under after the success of 'SOUR' (1:00), how Dan Nigro and other influences helped her develop the sound on this album (24:44), and debate whether or not songs like "the grudge" and "lacy" are about Taylor Swift (41:31). Ho…
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"After really enjoying a couple of albums by The War on Drugs, their latest didn't really connect for me in quite the same way, for reasons I couldn't really put my finger on - even if all the ingredients seem to be there, from the warm atmospherics to the stirring melodies. So instead of sharing an album I loved, I wanted to share one that I liked…
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They say you can’t go home again, but this week Dave and Caleb make an attempt to as they think about hometowns. The good, the bad, the people, what it means to bring your full grown up self to a place where you are perpetually 17 years old, and importantly, the power of music to become containers for all the parts of your life; songs that mean som…
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It's Discord & Rhyme's 125th episode, and we are marking the occasion with one of our favorite recording strategies: tackling a famous band by discussing two of their albums while making an end-run around their most critically acclaimed period. In this episode, Ben talks about the 1964 Beach Boys album All Summer Long, where the band really shifted…
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So I didn't mean to release an episode largely about the plight of soldiers on 9/11... but today we have an album that is about just that! Well, specifically, HORSE soldiers... We're talking about Corb Lund's love letter to the profession, Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier! He's an Alberta boy that has a Texas spirit, coming from a line of country folk …
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Why watch it alone? Previously released to supporters of the podcast, to mark the theatrical release of the remastered edition of Stop Making Sense, enjoy this bonus episode featuring Rodney's watch-along commentary for the film. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Rodney Gordon
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S05 - EP08 ALBUM returns to the podcastle for another hair-raising, butt-clenching episode of ALBUM the Podcast! Spirits are high as longtime friend and Co-owner of CycleBreaker Records, Adam Berry makes his first in-person appearance on the pod. The guys talk about Top 5 Lists, bring in some of their own Top 5’s, and even create a few new lists on…
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Review of “To Be Kind” by Swans Grades: Music A Lyrics A- Production A Overall A Email your comments and album suggestions to Feedback@FiveMinuteMusicReviews.com If you’d like to purchase this album, please click here: Follow us on Twitter @FiveMinuteMusic Like us on Facebook at Facebook.com/FiveMinuteMusicReviews…
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"Illmatic," the seminal debut album by Nas, is a magnum opus in the world of hip-hop, revered for its immaculate craftsmanship and profound cultural impact. Crafted under the watchful eyes of renowned producers like DJ Premier and Large Professor, it marries Nas' lyrical genius with impeccably sampled beats, creating a sonic landscape that epitomiz…
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Australian singer-songwriter Hayley Marsten joins me to talk about the seminal album that soundtracked her journey into adulthood, Taylor Swift's seminal 2012 album 'Red'. Now that this album has finally been chosen for an episode, we make a real meal out of it, getting into how the album marked a fork in the road that forecasted the second half of…
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