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The 500 with Josh Adam Meyers counts down Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time with comedians, actors, and musicians.

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In a record-breaking tenth appearance, 500 favorite Wayne Federman is back to break down the ballads of Bobby "Blue" Bland's 1961 album Two Steps from the Blues. more

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Comedian Matt Braunger returns to wallow in the lovesick sadness of The Smith's 1986 album The Queen Is Dead. more

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Beastie Boys' DJ Mix Master Mike reveals that joining the hip-hop group was his calling after hearing their 1986 album Licensed to Ill. more

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Comedian and actress Marsha Warfield gets into the abstract instrumental groove of The Meters' 1970 album Look-Ka Py Py. more

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 1.9k ratings
  • painful to listen to his voice

    Jeez this guy's voice is just painful to listen to, as gravelly as a sandbar in the Snake River. I had to pop a lozenge to soothe my own throat because this guys voice/throat is SO BAD! A 100 cigarettes and a full bottle of whiskey a day for the last 10 years must have done this damage because a normal person doesn't end up with this croaky/raspy/gritty/gruff voice. Just terrible. All album data seem to be from the top of his head. No detailed info, no thorough research. But that voice, Man...I ... more

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    manayunk wall
    United Statesa month ago
  • Can we get a reboot?

    I tried so hard to get into this. It’s a great idea and I was really hoping to expand my appreciation of some of these albums that I’ve never really connected with before. But that would require some well researched background on the music in question, plus some insightful music analysis, and that’s not really what this podcast is about. This is about John Adam Meyers’ giant ego. I understand he’s a comedian, and I suppose there are some people who listen because they think he’s funny, in which ... more

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    BinkyJoJo
    United States2 months ago
  • One and done

    I listened to the Aerosmith-Toys in the Attic episode…wow, it was bad. They barely talk about the album and the co-host knows virtually nothing about the band or the album; he admits multiple times that he’s just reading off of notes from a producer. If you’d like proof that basically anyone can have a podcast, this is the show for you.

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    HamFan20
    United States2 months ago
  • Ooopha

    Almost as good as listening to your hot girlfriend try to convince you she knows football because she was a cheerleader in high school. Great concept should’ve handed it off to someone with roots, knowledge and passion about music.

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    JMT7548
    United States3 months ago
  • Always Enjoy & Great Guest’s

    Always a good listen with a solid lineup of guests. Keep up the good work. But please stop the background music while you’re talking.

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    Slick Pit
    United States3 months ago

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