A podcast in which your host Aaron Martel picks a rock album (anything from soft rock to hard rock to heavy metal) and spends the episode talking about it and reviewing it. Informative, opinionated, and occasionally funny, the show highlights Aaron's genuine love (or hate) for the music discussed. Frequently guests ("co-pilots") co-host the show with Aaron. Rock on!
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Funny as hell. Lou is a beauty. Passionate wing nuts discussing your favourite rock albums. What’s not to love? Highly recommended.
Your UNMASKED review was the third strike. (THE WALL was the second, BROTHERS IN ARMS the first). You slagged these albums off, so it's time to ditch ya. Have a nice life.
Its a pretty good podcast overall with some cringe. more
Very well done. They review a wide variety of music and have opened my ears to some new old music I never listened to or haven’t listened to in years. Great panel of guests who are very knowledgeable. Keep em coming guys and great job.
Just finished listening to all your Doors reviews (going backwards). Enjoyed and pretty much agree with everything you guys stated but (and I know I’m in the minority here) I will always take Soft Parade over Waiting for the Sun, if only because of the title track. Waiting has always seemed a bit rushed to me due to the fact that they had exhausted all their material from the first 2 albums (of course, that doesn’t stop me from listening to it). I also enjoyed (again, in descending order) the gr... more
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Ridiculous Rock Record Reviews launched 5 years ago and published 233 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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