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The Ugly American Werewolf in London Rock Podcast

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The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock and heavy metal. Hosted by the Wolf, an American expat living in London who misses his record collection more than his friends and family. He and Action Jackson talk each week about bands, albums and concerts they love along with hot topics on rock music. These two friends have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history. Recorded just off Abbey Road in the heart of London, download and subscribe to The Wolf!


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 15 ratings
  • Great album reviews. And now great interviews.

    Love listening to two old friends discuss the albums that shaped them as fans. There is a depth of knowledge that shows they truly appreciate the music they discuss. I feel like I learn something new with every episode. I really enjoyed the recent episode about Deep Purple’s classic album Machine Head. I knew Smoke on the Water but had never listened to the whole album. Mac and Action Jackson talked about how things like including a keyboard gave the band a somewhat different sound compared to o... more

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    United States3 months ago
  • Fantastic

    Great podcast for those interested in rock music! Mac has an enormous amount of knowledge and passion which is evident in every episode.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • Mac B

    Genuinely enjoy this program. I first came across Mac when I interviewed him on a podcast of mine, and I’ve been an avid listener since. If you’re someone who just likes to talk about music, or listen to others talk about it and talk at your speakers while you’re listening to them do so, this is the podcast for you. Keep up the great work you two!

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