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Listening to the Chris and Amanda Show is like eating a delicious ice cream cone on an 80-degree day. It is the ultimate he said she said. We each pick 3 songs that we think the other has never heard before, then we have a discussion about them. It’s like listening to your friends' conversations at lunch or coffee break. Together we rate the songs on a sliding scale of 1-5 records with 1 being a dumpster fire and 5 being a song that will never leave our ears. If you’re a music fan or a fan o ...
 
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Sit back, pour yourself a tall one, and strap in for what will be an entertaining episode. On this episode of the show, Amanda finally convinced Chris to take his first break from metal/punk music of all kinds (to do something different) by having him review country tunes! Who knows? You might just find yourself hooked on one of these songs played …
 
In Episode 0091 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album podcast Chris is joined by Frasman for the second show in a row after a moment of weakness where he volunteered to check out an early GFR album. Can the bass guitar be heard over the din of the guitar and drums? Will the tone cut through? And what about the competent drums? And just where is Mark F…
 
Discussed this episode: Bad Sisters (Apple), Reboot (Hulu), Andor (Disney),The Patient (Hulu), The Woman King (theaters), Moonage Daydream (theaters), Ring Shout (book), Outlaws (Amazon), Little demon (Hulu), Central Park (apple tv+), The good fight (paramount +), Cobra Kai (Netflix), The Invitation (theaters), Breaking (theaters), Barbarian (theat…
 
Does Slipknot live up to their status as their generation’s larger-than-life metal band with “The End, So Far,” or does album No. 7 leave much to be desired from Corey Taylor and the Iowa-metal outfit? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In e…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, we each share 3 new songs for each other to react to and rate! It may be a little early for pumpkins but our favorite season is finally here! We're all smiles as we share these tunes with each other. What's your go-to playlist when it comes to fall? Chris's List Supernaught by Black Sabbath November by …
 
Hyperpop, what is Hyperpop? Do you know? We spent this episode trying to figure it out but I don't think we got very far with that. Anyway, Branden really phoned it in, well it wouldn't be considered that if not for the savage beating that Red gave him. Seriously it's so bad this shit is almost unfair to bring to the show. Anyway you get to decide …
 
Drummers like Clyde Stubblefield, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Bernard Purdie defined the sound of the bands they played with not because of their flashy chops, but because they knew how to lock down a groove. On this episode, Kirk goes deep into one groove apiece by each of those drummers - Stubblefield on James Brown's "Cold Sweat," Modeliste on The Me…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, we each share 3 new songs for each other to react to and rate! This week we're sharing all some new music finds as well as some classics! Chris's List ABC (feat Sophia Black) by Polyphia East Bound and Down by Jerry Reed Cages by Maggie Lindemann Amanda's List I Found Someone by Blake Shelton When You S…
 
On paper, an Ozzy Osbourne solo album that enlists a slew of all-stars for guest appearances (including Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi, Jeff Beck, Eric Claption, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, Zakk Wylde, Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan, and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready… just to name a few) should be making massive fans like u…
 
It's mother against daughter this week as Jodie B joins the show to break down some pop music. Can an elderly pop icon continue to stay relevant with the youth by adding a catchphrase and a famous rapper? Can a daughter follow in her mothers footsteps by singing with her mouth shut? You get to decide between: Madonna: Bitch I'm Madonna vs Lolahol: …
 
Very few bands are as beloved as Clutch. So do the Maryland rock veterans live up to fans’ high expectations with “Sunrise on Slaughter Beach” (their first album in nearly four years, as well as their shortest to date)? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, we each share 3 new songs for each other to review and rate! This week we're sharing some of our favorite tunes with one another as well as some new ones we've heard. Chris's List Mary on a Cross by Ghost Love Bomb Baby by Tigertailz Live Wire by Motley Crue Amanda's List Something in the Way She Moves …
 
It's been nearly ten years since The Mars Volta disbanded. But will fans enjoy Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala's attempt to craft their vision of a pop record, or will the group’s self-titled comeback album leave fans yearning for the hyperactive, head-spinning sound that made them prog rock darlings? Find out what Matt and Zach think…
 
It's time for shit to get painful as the guys get into some more pop music. Once again Branden brings a song by some stupid attention seeking bitch that surprise, he doesn't like very much. While Red decides he's gonna try and get the show canceled with a song performed by the youngest person to transition from male to female. Can a song about a po…
 
Few lyricists have Jeff Tweedy's ability to fluidly shift between plainspoken emotion and abstract imagery. The Wilco frontman has been writing beautiful, beguiling songs for more than three decades, and there is no way to pin down what any of them "means." There's only what they mean to you, right then, in the moment, as you listen to them. That's…
 
We're back with reviews of House of the Dragon and 3,000 Years of Longing Also discussed: Rings of Power, Sandman, She Hulk, Drag Becomes Her, The Rehearsal, Inu Oh, C’mon C’mon, Only Murders in he Building, Mythic Quest, Warhol Diaries, When Women Were Dragons, The Darkness Outside Us, Howl’s Moving Castle, The Resort, Evil, P Valley, The Chi, Bad…
 
This week things get rough as Branden, Red and Adam from The Internet is a Toilet go through some songs about parenting. Can an extremely whiny metal song about a pussy too scared to kill himself beat a VERY LONG song about child rape by an imaginary parent? Just a warning there is way more crying in this episode than you would expect. Holy shit th…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, Chris is going solo and sharing his Top 10 hard rock/metal albums from 1983! Our good friend and fellow podcaster Victor Ruiz, host of the @Signals From Mars and Mars Attacks podcast asked Chris to select his TOP 10 Hard Rock and Heavy Metal releases from 1983 for his show which you can watch here - htt…
 
There’s no denying Megadeth are responsible for some of metal’s most iconic albums and songs. But does Dave Mustaine and co. live up to the band’s legacy with its 16th album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!” Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competi…
 
In Episode 0090 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album podcast Chris is joined by frasman after his recent motorcycle accident where he was emulating Duane Allman by going home with some serious injuries. This time they dig into the Eagles Hotel California to see if an album about staying in a Holiday Inn can be cool. Several wrong turns later and a tr…
 
It's a baby killer edition this week as Branden and Red challenge each other to bring a song from a band the other enjoy. Two terrible filler songs go head to head to see what is more upsetting, a droning monotone suck fest with zero effort put into it. Or a song with hardly any music and the worst vocal fry we've ever covered. You get to decide be…
 
Even after nearly three decades, very few bands sound like Muse. But does the operatic alt rock trio live up to their legacy with their ninth studio album, "Will of the People"? Find out what Matt and Zach think in Epic Footnote Productions’ “2 Minutes to Review,” a podcast that’s part album review and part competition. In each episode, both hosts …
 
Kirk answers a crop of new listener questions on topics ranging from Steve Perry's vocal technique, Art Garfunkel's guitarmonies, the Carolina Crown's viral brass section warmup, Ram Jam's chaotic riffs, and how to explain complex music theory concepts to non-musicians. FEATURED/DISCUSSED: “Elbow Grease” by Scott Pemberton from Timber Rock, 2015 “A…
 
It's our 50th episode! We're celebrating with a guest leading the way, Marc Ronick from Ironik Media (https://linktr.ee/ironickmedia). On this special show, Marc has curated some amazing songs for us to review! Listen now to find out what we thought and why he chose them! Marc's songs for us to review: The Rainbow Connection - Kermit the Frog New Y…
 
This week we really bring some painful rap music. Branden was presented a dead baby that shat all over an iconic song. And Red brought an abomination created by the duo you never knew you wanted, because no one really wanted it. Also isn't one of them a rapist or something? I don't know but what I do know is that you have to decide between: Jeris J…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, we each share 3 new songs for each other to react to and rate! This week we're sharing an eclectic mix of songs with one another! Chris's List Dead on Arrival by Fall Out Boy Everything About You by Ugly Kid Joe ...I'm Not Okay (I Promise) by My Chemical Romance Amanda's List You Can Have Him Jolene by …
 
There are few singer-songwriters as inimitable as Joni Mitchell, with her swirling song forms, leaping melodies, and that magical voice, untethered by the laws of gravity. On this episode, Kirk takes a deep dive into Joni's 1974 song "Help Me," a hummingbird of a tune hovering between commitment and flight, tumbling and falling past love and toward…
 
This week we're joined by Mike from WFOD as we go through some punk songs. Branden begrudgingly kills a baby with the worst song they made. While Mike brings us an already dead baby. You get to decide what's worse, a lazy attempt at a remix with monster sounds and spacey bullshit. Or an anti suicide song that victim blames and makes everything abou…
 
Bands reuniting can lead to varied results - especially when bands reunite without key members. But is it hypocritical to be skeptical of some reunions while fully accepting of others when the band’s circumstances may be identical? What makes some reunions successful and others a complete bust? That’s what Matt and Zach discuss in the latest episod…
 
On this episode of The Chris and Amanda Show, we each share 3 new songs for each other to react to and rate! This week we're sharing all new music with one another! Amanda worked off BIllboards Hot 100 chart and Chris used Loud Wire's Weekly Wire playlist from Spotify. Chris's List The Dying Song (time to sing ) slipknot Raised by Wolves - Yhe Inte…
 
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