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Special guest Dave Weigel joins Discord & Rhyme once again to talk about Sparks, “your favorite band’s favorite band.” It’s been a good couple of decades for Ron and Russell Mael. After decades of toiling in semi-obscurity, the brothers saw a late-ca... more
It somehow took us 96 episodes for Discord & Rhyme’s first movie soundtrack, so we’re rectifying this with possibly the greatest movie soundtrack of all time. In 1972, Curtis Mayfield had just capped off a career writing legendary civil rights anthem... more
Things get weird again at Discord and Rhyme as we dig into Mr. Bungle’s 1999 genre-defying opus California. After the demise of his day job with Faith No More, singer Mike Patton returned to his more esoteric side hustle to record a collection of son... more
Very interesting and informative. Hosts keep it light and humorous. Highly recommend!
Intelligent and above all good natured discussion & analysis. Not a trace of the obnoxious, sarcastic or mean spirited barbs present in most other podcasts along these lines. These folks are never trying to show off. more
Absolutely love listening to this podcast, my favorite in my library! more
I loved that Album
A great blend of music genres discussed (indie rock, metal, pop, rock, hip hop) keeps the podcast interesting. A revolving set of panelists bring a wealth of music history and music theory knowledge. I’ve learned something with each episode that I’ve listened to - even some of my most beloved albums that I thought I knew everything about! A must listen for any music fan! Very well done.
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Discord and Rhyme: An Album Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 175 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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