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The Freeform Rock Podcast features a diverse range of rock music from classic rock to hard rock, progressive rock, punk rock and more. Each episode is like a journey into the unknown, where listeners never know what they are going to get next but are always pleasantly surprised. The storyteller recounts how the podcast hosts take their listeners on a wild and unpredictable ride through the world of rock music. They discuss everything from the lyrics, to the history of the bands, to the creat ...
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This week on America's Podcast, we're welcoming back guest Lee Gerstmann! We're diving into David Gilmour's "On an Island." Will this album make us want to escape to a desert island and hide, or will it make us want to come back to the mainland and blast it? No spoilers here! Tracks of the Week include Marc's pick, "Bullet The Blue Sky Live" by U2,…
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This week on America's Podcast, Tim Wirasnik joins us to review Blind Melon's "Soup," the second album by them, and sadly, Shannon Hoon's addiction got the best of him. Is it a masterpiece or cold soup? No spoilers, it's a must-listen. Tracks of the week: Jerry's "Santa Monica" by Everclear, Marc's "Lift Me Up" by Yes, Tim's "In The Black" by Mötor…
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This week on America's Podcast, we're mixing movies with music! Queen's "A Kind of Magic" collides with "Iron Eagle," and the Highlander Soundtrack.Eric RMCP Jordon. Is it the prize you've been waiting for, or will you lose your head over this album? No spoilers here - it's a must-listen for any Queen fan or hater! Tracks of the Week include Marc's…
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This week on America's Podcast, "You Wanted the Best, We Got the Best," featuring Decibel Geek's Aaron Camero! Oh, and let's not forget the little album Kiss Alive II as we dive in for a track-by-track review. Is it "Larger Than Life," or is it something you'd find in the toilet in the ladies' room? No spoilers here, so come join us! Tracks of the …
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This week on America’s Podcast, we bring in Al Horta from the "Be Cool Oh Be Podcast Out" and Blackspinner Circle Podcast to join us for our review of “Waiting For the Punchline” by Extreme. Is it a punchline or a killer overlooked gem? No spoilers here, you must listen to find out! Tracks of the Week: Al picks “Havana” by Red Dragon Cartel, Mooger…
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This week on America’s Podcast, Joseph Staub and Andy Rodriguez join us as we dive deep into "Dookie" by Green Day. Is it a huge Dookie or is it a '90s classic? Well, as always, no spoilers - you must listen to find out! Tracks of the week: Joseph's pick: "Wah Wah" by George Harrison Andy's choice: "Punk Rock Girl" by The Dead Milkmen Mooger's sele…
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This week on America's Podcast, we have the pleasure of bringing back the one and only Joesph Staub to help us review the album "Crystal Ball" by Styx, featuring Tommy Shaw in his debut with the band. Will it leave us begging for more, or will we be slipping on our Shooz and sprinting away? No spoilers, my friend, but trust me, it's a must-listen! …
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Join us on America's Podcast for a delightful twist - no album review this week! Instead, we dive deep into the world of four European bands, accompanied by the wonderful Christopher A Shilling. We kick things off with One Desire, Beyond the Black, Within Temptation, and wrap it up with The Dark Element. But that's not all - we've got some fantasti…
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This week on America’s Podcast! We are reviewing Metal Church's "Congregation of Annihilation," and we have the Metal Master himself, Metal Mike Tyler, joining us as a guest. Will it be a new metal classic that annihilates us, or will it fall flat? Well, you must listen to find out! But that's not all, folks! It's also the debut of their new vocali…
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Well, this week on a bonus episode of America’s Podcast, we have two special guests: Kaity Heart, vocalist of Sunflower Fox and The Chicken Leg, and Skribbal, an underground rapper who loves to rock! We hop into the Wayback Machine to 1997 for Everclear's "So Much For the Afterglow." We also chat with Kaity and Skribble about their music, of course…
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This Week On America's Podcast! Nate Atchison From The Plug Music and more and The Rad One Jeff Beers Joins us as We dive into the wild world of the Sunset Strip with Ratt- Invasion of Your Privacy. Is it 80's Metal Gold or a Ratt Trap? No spoilers here, folks! You'll have to listen to find out! Tracks Of the Week: Get ready to rock out to Mooger's…
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This Week on America's Podcast, we're shaking things up! Get ready for a wild ride as we dive into the world of Ozzy Osbourne's Studio Guitarists. We'll be dissecting each era of Ozzy's career, accompanied by the one and only Live album. And guess what? We have a special guest, the incredible Favio Vegas! So buckle up, folks, because this episode i…
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This week on America's Podcast, we have podcast royalty with Chris Czynszak from "The Decibel Geek Podcast" and Nate Atchison from "The Plug Music and More Podcast." With four Kiss nerds and a casual fan, this is going to be a blast for Kiss nerds. Or is it? We review "Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions." Did it live up to the hype? Or is it an …
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This week on America's Podcast with Guest Michael Belin, we take a hilarious trip back to the sleazy Sunset Strip of 1989, before it all disappeared like a bad hairdo! Join us as we dive into our review of Faster Pussycat's second album, "Wake Me When It's Over." Will it be a delicious dose of Sunset Strip sleaze or just a sad pile of wannabes? You…
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This week on America's Podcast, we have a returning guest from the "What's The Story" Podcast, Joseph Staub. We are returning to our Live Album Series with Pat Travers' Band "Live Go For What You Know." Is it one of the greatest live albums of all time? No spoilers, you'll have to listen to get our thoughts on it. Tracks of the Week: Joseph's pick …
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This Week on America’s Podcast, we’re diving into a band that might be flying under the radar for many of you. The one and only Mooger Fooger has handpicked Fireball Ministry’s “The Great Second Coming.” So, buckle up and get ready to expand your musical horizons! Who knows, this band might just become your new favorite, or maybe not. No spoilers h…
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This week on America’s Podcast, we have the pleasure of hosting Joseph Staub from the “What’s the Story with Joe, Trav, and Charles” Podcast, along with Eric RMCP Jordan from the “Rock All Over You” Podcast. Together, we will be reviewing the album “Dysfunctional” by Dokken. The question on everyone’s mind is whether it lives up to its title or if …
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This week on America’s Podcast, prepare yourself for the dynamic duo of Mooger Fooger and Jerry as they join forces for their very first show together. Get ready for a wild ride as they dive deep into the world of music and review Don Henley’s “End Of The Innocence.” Will it be hailed as a stone cold classic or will it leave us wanting to go quietl…
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This week on The Free Form Rock Podcast, the Mooger Fooger Debuts as co-host, and Eric RMCP Jordan guests as they dive into The Cult’s third album, “Electric.” Tune in to find out if this album will make you feel like you’re “Bad Fun” or if it’s more of a “Born To Be Wild” experience. No spoilers, but it’s bound to be a lively and engaging discussi…
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----more----This Week On America's Podcast ! Free Form Rock Podcast, join us as we review Def Leppard’s debut album “On Through the Night.” We’ll discuss whether it lives up to the “Rock Brigade” status or falls short. No spoilers, but this episode is a must-listen! And we have a special guest, the radical Jeff Beers, joining us for an exciting con…
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This Week on America’s Podcast. Bill Algee from Ages Of Rock Podcast Joins us. In this episode of Free Form Rock Podcast we delve into the world of Lynch Mob's latest album, Babylon. The burning question on everyone's mind is whether the album is still worth a listen without the presence of Oni Logan. Join us as we dissect the tracks, explore the b…
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This Week on America's Podcast. When three drunks stumble into a bar, but suddenly become sensitive souls, it's like witnessing a tipsy transformation into philosophical poets. They gather around a tiny table, holding their drinks with shaky hands, and embark on a musical journey to review Chicago 17. Will it be a masterpiece or a syrupy sap? Well,…
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Merry New Year and Happy Holidays and Christmas! Holiday Special Welcome, metalheads and holiday enthusiasts, to this week's episode of America's Podcast! Today, we're diving headfirst into the world of Christmas metal with our review of the album "We Wish You A Metal XMas And A Headbanging New Year." So, grab your Santa hats and devil horns, becau…
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This week on America's Podcast, get ready for some serious nostalgia and laughter as Charles bravely asks for a redux episode of our earlier review from four years ago. Gabby and Eddy Cannistraci dive deep into the timeless album, Oasis' "Definitely Maybe." Get ready for a wild ride as we revisit this classic album, with Charles leading the charge …
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This Week on America's Podcast! This week, we have a special episode where we review "The Rolling Stones -got Live if you want It!" with The Mooger Fooger, aka Shane Paisley. We'll dive into whether this is a real live album and how it compares to other live albums by The Rolling Stones. But, of course, no spoilers here! You'll have to tune in to f…
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This week on America's Podcast Free Form Rock Podcast, we're diving headfirst into the Genesis catalog with our very own brother Joseph Staub by our side. We're tackling the burning question that has haunted rock fans for decades: is Genesis still awesome without Peter Gabriel? Specifically, we'll be dissecting their first album with Phil Collins a…
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This Week On America's Podcast The Free Form Rock Podcast with Guest Eric "RMCP" Jordan returns for Part 2 as he was here for Load discussing Metallica's Reload album is an interesting and engaging review. The hosts provide a unique perspective and offer a mix of both positive and critical insights. Whether it's considered "shit" or "good" ultimate…
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This Week on America's Podcast Ian Wadley Joins us for a Sammy Hagar Album "Musical Chairs" Listen and find out well ya know what Ian thinks but Will Marc defend who Ian says is his hero a must listen to. Tracks of the Week: Ian "My Boys" by Sammy Hagar. Marc, "Rise" by Extreme. Until next week who give a f@ck on what you like take a tequila shot a…
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This week On America's Podcast Joseph Staub Returns for the Debut Album Of Rage Against The Machine. Welcome to the Free Form Rock Podcast, where we're here to rock your world, one review at a time! Today, we're tackling the debut album of the iconic band, Rage Against The Machine. Is it good or bad? Does their political crap ruin the music? Well, …
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On this week's episode of America's Podcast, we are joined by Metal Mike Tyler from ThatMetalStation.com and The Plug Podcast Music and More. Together, we dive into a fascinating review of Dio's debut Heaven And Hell with the legendary Black Sabbath and explore how it stacks up against Ozzy's contributions. If you're curious to find out our take on…
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This Free Form Rock Podcast Special "America’s Podcast" In this episode, we delve into the Beatles' Red Blue Albums, specifically focusing on the 2023 remixes. We discuss whether these remixes take us to musical heaven or if they fall short and leave us disappointed. Tune in to the episode to hear our thoughts and find out if the remixes live up to…
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In this hilarious episode of the Free Form Rock Podcast, Video Games Wrestling and we take on the challenge of reviewing Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers' album "L.A.M.F." Former Member of the New York Dolls. Will our hosts fall head over heels in love with it, or will they declare it absolute crap? With witty banter, clever insights, and a he…
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This Week On America's Podcast Jeff Beers returns to review an Iconic Album Bon Scott's unfortunate swan song "Highway To Hell" Do we Like it Or Does it Suck? Well you guys should Know that answer hopefully. Tracks of the Week Charles, "Chinese Rock" by The Ramones Jerry, "Man In The Wilderness" by Styx. Marc, "Cellphone Jesus" by Candlebox. and we…
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Ladies and gentlemen, gather 'round for another wild ride on America's podcast! This week, on the Free Form Rock Podcast, we've got a special treat for you. We've roped in the one and only Eric RMCP Jordan to join us on a journey through the wild world of Ted Nugent's Double Live Gonzo. Now, you might be thinking, "Double Live Gonzo? Is that some k…
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A special release episode of America's Podcast. Guest Courtney Cronin Dold joins us today to give our thoughts on the highly anticipated Rolling Stones album, "Hackney Diamonds." Now, let's address the burning question on everyone's minds - is it a steaming pile of you-know-what? Well, you'll just have to listen and find out. But here's the thing, …
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This week on America's podcast, The Free Form Rock Podcast, we reviewed the album "Assjack" by Hank Williams 3rd. With the addition of the Mooger Fooger and Joseph Staub, we dived into this unique musical experience. Now, the burning question is, did we like it or did it suck? Well, our opinions were quite divided on this one. Some of us found the …
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In our review, we take a deep dive into Black Country Communion's highly anticipated debut album featuring the incredible talents of Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, and Derek Sherinian. We examine whether this collaboration lives up to the expectations and delivers a classic sound or if it falls short of the mark. To truly gauge the albu…
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This Week On America's Podcast! In this episode of our live album series, we are joined by the Mooger Fooger to review Led Zeppelin's iconic live album, "The Song Remains the Same." We dive into the band's electrifying performances, dissect their classic hits, and discuss the album's enduring influence. Don't miss this exciting discussion as we exp…
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This Week On America's Podcast Lee Gerstmann Joins us. In our latest episode, we unleash our humorous side as we dive into the New York Dolls' debut album. Get ready for a wild ride filled with glitter, glam, and outrageous antics! These dolls don't mess around as they blast through energetic punk rock tunes that will make you shimmy and shake. Wil…
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This Week On America's Podcast James West Joins Us. In our latest episode, we dive headfirst into the world of Down and their album "Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow". Will we like it or not? Well, you'll have to tune in and listen to find out! It's a suspenseful journey filled with heavy riffs, thunderous drums, and mind-blowing melodies. So gra…
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This Week On America's Podcast! Join us as we delve into our thoughts on Ghost's album "Prequelle." Whether we liked it or not remains a mystery until you tune in and hear our honest opinions. Join us as we explore the music, lyrics, and overall vibe of this album and share our final verdict. Be sure to listen in to discover our thoughts on Ghost's…
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This Week on America's Podcast. In our outrageously entertaining review of the Queen live album "Queen on Fire Live at the Bowl," we embark on a mission to uncover whether it lives up to the legendary status of its predecessor, "Live Killers." Hold onto your bohemian hats, folks, because this review is no ordinary ride! Picture us, clad in leather …
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This Week on America's Podcast. In our review of The Beatles' album "Abbey Road," we invite you to join us and listen to our thoughts on this iconic record. Delving into various aspects of the music, production, and lyrics, we explore the album's depth and significance. Through our analysis, we aim to provide a comprehensive perspective on the albu…
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In this episode, we are joined by the incredible James West as our special guest, as we dive deep into The Rolling Stones' timeless album, Goats Head Soup. We take our listeners on a journey through each track, providing an in-depth analysis and exploration of the album's rich musical landscape. From the very first track, we discuss the album's ope…
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This Week On America's Podcast The Mooger Fooger Joins Us . In our review of Queensryche's "Operation Mindcrime" album, we had differing opinions on whether it is good or bad. Some of us found it to be a stellar and groundbreaking album, praising its compelling storytelling, intricate musicianship, and dynamic vocal performances. On the other hand,…
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A bonus Episode on America's Podcast!! On today's podcast, we have a special guest: Gabby, the daughter of Charles Traynor. Together with Eddy Cannistraci, we step out of our comfort zone to review Taylor Swift's 2020 album, "Folklore". Tune in as we offer our unique perspectives on the music, lyrics, and overall artistic direction of Swift's highl…
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This Week On America's Podcast!! In our exciting new episode, we are diving into the realm of nostalgia as we review the classic album "Look what the cat dragged in" by Poison. While this album may be considered a guilty pleasure or even comedic to some of my co-hosts, the question arises: is it really as bad as it is often made out to be? Join us …
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This Week on America's Podcast Iron Maiden's "Killers" with guest Metalben is an intriguing and dynamic event. With Metalben's expertise and passion for the genre, the discussion is bound to be both informative and entertaining. As for the album itself, "Killers" is widely regarded as a classic in the metal community. Released in 1981, it showcases…
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This Week On America’s Podcast!! Join Us as Nate Atchison From The Plug.. Music and More Joins Us. Our new episode of Steel Panther's "Feel The Steel" is filled with outrageous, boundary-pushing humor that will surely keep you entertained. You will definitely enjoy it if you are a fan of Steel Panther's unique, irreverent style. The episode is pack…
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