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Labeled: "The Stories, Rumors, & Legends of Tooth & Nail Records"

Tooth and Nail Records

This podcast, hosted by Matt Carter of Emery, tells the story of the culture surrounding Tooth and Nail Records through conversations with its most interesting characters. It begins in Chapter 1 tracing the the narrative arc of its origins, rise to commercial prominence and merger with major label EMI, its golden age, then survival though the collapse of the industry and difficult split with EMI and goes on to further explore special individuals and groups within the universe of the all ages, christian influenced, underground heavy music scene. Presented by the Labeled Universe

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Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 693 ratings
  • Fluids look good!

    Best under the hood podcast into some of my favorite bands. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Matt77l
    United States4 months ago
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    Germany6 months ago
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    Castbox
    Pat
    a year ago
  • Tooth and nail kid for life

    Love this podcast so much. I’d love to hear Daniel Davison on here who is without a doubt a T&N legend

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    besatioelectronix
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great Podcast

    I love this podcast. I’m not usually someone who listens to podcasts but my foster dad put me onto it, and I’ve listened to every episode since it first came out. Only complaint is Matt seems to butt in wayyyyyyy too much instead of just letting the guests talk. Besides that, I enjoy the podcast very much.

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    United Statesa year ago

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