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Life Was Peachy is the best podcast about the most questionable music of the mid-to-late 90’s and early 2000’s. Each episode is a deep dive into a classic nu metal album with the benefit of 20 years of hindsight to find out just what happened back then and what it amounts to in this brave nu world. Host Andrew Cahak is joined by various guests including comedians, musicians, and other people of interest. Some will have very passionate things to say, some may barely be able to stomach the stu ...
 
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Infest by Papa Roach (w/ Vain Mainstream) “Do you think there’s anyone who’s like ‘God, I love Bad Brains and this Papa Roach song,’?” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Vain Mainstream (The Drug Budget) to discuss 2000’s Infest by Papa Roach.By The 4D Podcast Network
 
“This is the second song where he's referencing people taking advantage of him financially. It’s like ‘Dude, get a financial advisor.'” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Ryan Jaroscak (DJ Yuppie Scum, Soup Bowl Records) and Sean Morrissey (Night Audit, DJ Hey There Handsome) to discuss 1999’s Significant Other by Li…
 
“It’s like Tool but with an acoustic guitar.” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Darien Washington (Food For Worms podcast, tour manager) to discuss 1999’s Make Yourself by Incubus. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.…
 
"Disney did a great job on the ICP record." In this episode of "Life Was Peachy", host Andrew Cahak is joined by Jane "Damage" Halldorson (Honey Hole, The Cold Casuals, The Pearl Recording Studio, Pilot Light Booking, Roadkill Services) to discuss 1997's "The Great Milenko" by Insane Clown Posse. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @Life…
 
“This makes me want to smash the state, I don’t know about you." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by James Taylor (booker/promoter for First Avenue & 7th Street Entry) to discuss 1998’s Obsolete by Fear Factory. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.…
 
“We’re long overdue for Hugh Jackman in a nu metal band." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Woody (host and producer of Change In The House of Pods and The Pit on 93X) to discuss 1999’s Home by Sevendust. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.…
 
"Until I read the lyrics last night, I thought he yelled ‘KORN!’… I was like 'The first lyric is your band name? Get an extra cart for this guy’s balls.'" In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Andy Holmaas (Whiskey Rock ’N’ Roll Club) to discuss 1998’s Follow The Leader by Korn. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.co…
 
“It's very creepy, especially when he comes back in and starts talking about 'stank filled spasms deep in a colostomy bag.'" In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Brad Gunnarson (Statusfear Media) to discuss 2001’s The War of Art by American Head Charge. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on T…
 
"These are short-haired riffs." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Chris Maddock (Stand Up! Records, Servitude podcast) to discuss 2000’s The Sickness by Disturbed. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.By The 4D Podcast Network
 
“Did Rob Zombie just take ’The Monster Mash’ too far?" In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Tony Williamette (Minnehaha Recording Company) to discuss 1998’s Hellbilly Deluxe by Rob Zombie. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.…
 
n this special episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak introduces a new sub-series: Peachy Picks. Each episode of Peachy Picks will be about a single song, a song that is decidedly NOT nu metal but which fans of the genre might love. This time around, it’s “Corpse Pose” by Unwound from their 1996 album Repetition. For more info, check out lif…
 
“It sounds like Fieldy’s playing notes..." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Mike Schulte (Brian Jones, Dope Walker, The Pork Tornadoes) to discuss 2020’s kovind kover of The Charlie Daniels Band’s “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” by Korn. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Ins…
 
A quick update on how COVID-19 is impacting production of Life Was Peachy, a request for your feedback at lifewaspeachypodcast@gmail.com, and well-wishes for you and your loved ones to stay safe and healthy in these difficult times. For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.…
 
"Obviously, I respect Vanilla Ice as a person but if those are the lyrics he was laboring over, I don’t want to hear him freestyle." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Sidney Oxborough (Minneapolis comedy, Mommy Log Balls) to discuss 1998’s Hard To Swallow by Vanilla Ice. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on T…
 
“Helmet was like ‘We’ll do our half and then you fuckin’ idiots get the second half.'" In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Knol Tate (Deleter, Kill Sadie, Askeleton, The Hidden Chord) to discuss 1993’s Judgment Night soundtrack. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @lifewaspe…
 
"When I listen to 'Ænema' and I think of all the shit falling into the sea, Anthony Kiedis is the first one in the pool." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Chuck Terhark (Trivia Mafia, Como Avenue Jug Band) to discuss 1996’s Ænima by Tool. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook …
 
“If you only listen to stuff you’re supposed to like, and some people do, your taste in music would be incredibly fucking boring." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Ali Jaafar (Another Heaven, DIIE, Subtle Beast) discuss 2000’s LD50 by Mudvayne. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Fac…
 
“Who goes to Tommy Lee for answers? Saliva. Saliva went to him for answers. The answer was this riff." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Andy Mattfield (Hard Day Diaries podcast, Minneapolis comedy) to discuss 1999’s Methods of Mayhem by Methods of Mayhem. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagr…
 
“I think there’s something that reminded me of the theme from ’The Munsters’." In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Conrad Mach (Self-Evident, Technician) to discuss 1998’s Diabolus in Musica by Slayer. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @lifewaspeachy.…
 
“Every intro on this whole album, because I had it in my car, is just, like, burned in my memory tissue so when I hear it, I’m like 'Ah, yes, this one!'” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Taylor Carik (Whiskey Rock ’N’ Roll Club) to discuss 1997’s Sevendust by Sevendust. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on T…
 
“I just want to go back to the point where you said that Wes Borland was a musical genius.” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Claudia Holt (Como Avenue Jug Band) to discuss 1997’s Three Dollar Bill Y’all$ by Limp Bizkit. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @lifewaspeachy.…
 
“I’ll just say this, and I think the members of (hed)pe would agree, Elizabeth Warren 2020.” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Steven Montenegro (How Could This Show Be Bad podcast) to discuss 1997’s self-titled album by (hed)pe. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @lifewa…
 
“Everything on this record is on a slow boil, not unlike an ayahuasca mix in the Brazilian jungle.” In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Tommy Rehbein (Robosapien, Naive Sense, Small Towns Burn A Little Slower, a million other bands) to discus 1996’s Roots by Sepultura. Find more info at lifewaspeachy.com, and on Twitt…
 
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