Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
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Bill and pulls up Spotify's curated 2021 playlist and talks about what he enjoyed listening to in the last year! Plus some listener emails!
Jeff Fiedler joins Bill to discuss his top 10 albums of 2021! Listen in to find out where he ranked albums from: ABBA, Adele, Leon Bridges, Coldplay, Crowded house, Del Amitri, David Duchovny, Gary Kemp, John Mayer, and Silk Sonic!
Bill and Brian pull up Spotify's curated 2020 playlist and talk about what Bill enjoyed listening to in the last year! Bill talks about Pearl Jam, Craig Finn, the Beths, Great Grandpa, The Promise Ring, and maybe more? Also we share listeners’ top 10... more
honest views and opinons on some of the greatest albums. more
For the love of music, please stop saying “like” every other word! You’re not in high school anymore!! So distracting from an otherwise enjoyable show.
Absolutely entertaining and informative. I listened to the Graceland episode to get some more information and opinions on it for my own podcast and fell in love with the show. more
I’ve actually listened to quite a few episodes, and a little late to the party, so I’ll give it a just ok. I already know to skip ahead at least 10 minutes to see if they’re talking about the topic album yet. Their pop culture knowledge is pretty slack- two folks had never heard of My Bloody Valentine/Russ Meyer in the Garage episode, but hey, there is a lot to digest out there. What really kills me is the “you know” and “like”, sometimes more than 4-5 times in one thought. I don’t expect NPR, b... more
"The Shape of Punk to Come" is a great record and I found this band by hearing them on Punk Rock Compilation C.D. Highly recommended.
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The Great Albums launched 7 years ago and published 371 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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