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Welcome back to Broken Records, the podcast that searches in all the right places to crown the very worst album in the history of music. We’ve got a biggie of a name this week as we look at Born Again, the 11th studio album from the inventors of heav... more
Welcome back to Broken Records, where Steve and Remfry have decided to try and find the very worst album of all time. This week we’re looking at the debut album from UK rock personality Screaming Lord Sutch, Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends, released on ... more
Welcome back to another edition of Broken Records, where Steve and Remfry are charged with the unenviable task of finding the worst album ever made. This week we’re looking at Other Voices, the 7th studio album from the LA psychedelic rock band The D... more
A podcast about terrible albums that doesn’t include any examples of the songs - a total waste of time
You should do Summer In Paradise by the Beach Boys, an album so horrific it bankrupted a distribution company, had to be given away on QVC and is currently not on Spotify.
I’m struggling to find a better way to put this, but Steve is at his best when he’s being negative.
Brilliant spin off to Riot Act. Very funny but also fair and insightful…..who’d have thought the Naomi Campbell album is actually pretty good!!
You guys help me accelerate the inevitable alienation of all those who I hold dear to me by recommending torturously awful music for me to annoy said people with. Cheers.
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