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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. Are you not entertained? Rock on!
 
* English version at the bottom! * Djupt inne i skogarna, i gränslandet mellan Östergötland och Småland ligger Horn Hycklinge-bygden. Här vilar berättelser från svunna tider i den mjuka mossan, vaggade till sömns av ljudet från de många sjöarnas fridfulla kluckanden och vindens sus i trädens grenar. En efter en vaknar de, och får nytt liv i dina hörlurar. Välkommen till Horn Hycklinge! Tales from over there Deep in the woods, on the border between Östergötland and Småland lies the Horn Hyckl ...
 
The history of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials told through music and story-telling in a format recalling an old time radio drama with a modern experimental prog-rock twist. Witch Hunt borrows freely from original sources of information from the time of the trials such as letters, books, poems, transcriptions of the trials themselves, as well as melodies from the Puritan hymn books. The music is highly original art-rock ranging from soft ambient soundscapes to heavy power riffs with many other s ...
 
Arturo Blay presenta RETROVISOR, una retrospectiva sobre la memoria musical de la Valencia de los ochenta y los noventa con la que pretendemos movilizar a los oyentes que fueron protagonistas de aquella época, provocando su participación y su aportación a través de sus comentarios y vivencias. Recordaremos conciertos míticos como los de Simple Minds en el estadio del Levante en 1986, Ramones en el Auditorio Pachá, Soft Cell, Psychedelic Furs, Ultravox o Nina Hagen. Hablaremos de siniestros, ...
 
"An engaging picaresque novel of a young man on the run. A warm, well-told story of a likable character with a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time." —Publisher's Weekly Willy Middlebrook is a nice boy from the suburbs, a Vietnam vet, a college drop-out majoring in Human Kindness. Framed for the murder of a cop, Willy goes on the lam from the law. With hopeful heart and broken balls he lives among the people of the humble cafes and dusty bars, underground: "They have rough br ...
 
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Andy Summers was in a psychedelic band called Dantalian's Chariot. He jammed with Jimi Hendrix. He was buddies with Eric Clapton. Yet it amounted to nothing but a failed marriage, guitar lessons in the valley, and a whole lot of meditating in the spirit world. But then a guy named Sting found Andy's message in a bottle, Stewart Copeland added the b…
 
The R4 Podcast is joined by first time guest co-pilot and fellow podcaster Dylan Wright from the Podder Than Hell Podcast as they review Joy Division's 1979 debut album Unknown Pleasures! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_lan…
 
Inspired by Kathryn VanArendonk's Vulture article about white men in crisis on TV, Wynter and Karen explore the many layers of white male aggrievement in TV, pop culture, and real-life (fr. Rutherford Falls, to White Lotus and Ted Lasso w/ a special shoutout to the new movie Vacation Friends). Wynter discusses the spoils she acquired in the Tom Gir…
 
The R4 Podcast is joined by returning guest co-pilot Steve Wright from the Podder Than Hell Podcast as they review Whitesnake's 1987 self-titled album! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridicu…
 
Did you know that Homer Simpson's beer of choice, Duff beer, derived its name from Michael "Duff" McKagan? It's true! But did you also know that Duff McKagan is actually more famous for a band called Guns N Roses? It's true! Yes, folks, the rumors are real! It's no illusion! Martha and Christian are heading into the jungle of Duff McKagan's "It's S…
 
Film critics and husbands Dave White and Alonso Duralde of the Linoleum Knife Podcast are GUEST HOSTING W2X this week! While Wynter and Karen are running around taking care of business (at a safe distance and masked, of course) Dave and Alonso have stepped in to discuss "geriatric" millennials, Xers, and whether these terms are even useful. And wit…
 
The R4 Podcast reviews Janis Joplin's 1971 album Pearl! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecords@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/R4podcast Twitter: @R4podcastAaron …
 
Karen and Wynter explore two high-profile and controversial documentaries about beloved figures Anthony Bourdain (Roadrunner), and Val Kilmer (Val). What do we get from conjuring their lost voices? And what do we miss in the process? Wynter performs our semi-annual Ryan Murphy check-in, and gets pumped up about ACS: Impeachment on the Lewinsky/Clin…
 
The Sex Pistols weren't just Johnny Rotten and that Sid guy, the vicious one. They also included Steve Jones, the band's guitarist, without whom the band would not have existed, and who certainly did it His Way. Doc Martens, spiked hair, Guns and Roses--and even, sad to say, Green Day--would not exist were it not for four notorious firearms of sex,…
 
The R4 Podcast reviews Winger's 1988 self-titled debut album! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecords@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/R4podcast Twitter: @R4podcast…
 
One of our generation’s greatest pop music critics, Ann Powers (NPR Music), sits down with Karen and Wynter to process the new Woodstock 99 doc, and music festivals in general, while exploring the cultural conditions that stoked this calamity. This week, both hosts are up to going deep on Mike White’s latest HBO limited series, The White Lotus, and…
 
Google Art Garfunkel, and two things will appear on your screen immediately. One is the question, "Did Art Garfunkel write any songs?" (The answer, dear listeners, is No). And the second thing you'll see is that Art is worth $95,000,000.00. How is this possible? Is the answer in his memoir What Is It All But Luminous? Martha and Christian jump into…
 
SHUFFLING DOWN E STREET, PART FOUR- In this fourth episode of a special Album Series, The R4 Podcast reviews Bruce Springsteen's 1978 album Darkness On The Edge Of Town! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact …
 
Wynter tells Karen to suck it up for a ride down R.L. Stine’s Fear Street, especially with the release of the trilogy on Netflix and its deep GenX flex (from 1994 to 1978). SPOILERS ABOUND! Before we get to the scary parts, Karen insists we process this year’s Emmy nominations. Which categories does she deem a veritable “Sophie’s Choice”? Meanwhile…
 
Robert Smith is worth 25 million dollars. Someone with whom you went to high school was covered in head-to-toe black because of his band The Cure. And for better or worse, even country-music fans know "Friday I'm in Love." For all that creativity and success, however, Robert Smith's greatest talent is, apparently, being the best friend you could ev…
 
The R4 Podcast reviews Type O Negative's 2003 album Life Is Killing Me! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecords@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/R4podcast Twitter: …
 
In this special bonus spinoff of the R4 Podcast, Aaron Martel and Louis Fugaro are joined by first time guest co-pilot Susan Murphy as they each give their top five favorite albums by Elton John! What are your favorite Elton records? C'mon, Gimme Five! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help sup…
 
We go long this week to pore over all the shout horns, crotchy synth chords and late-80s affluence of what Mike Pace famously describes as Spago rock. Molly Lambert explains the Spago-adjacent music she and her brother have dubbed “Glass Bricks rock,” and the whole panel gets into what Wolfgang Puck and Spago as fantasy and reality meant to pop cul…
 
The R4 Podcast is joined by returning guest co-pilot James Seamus Dillard as they review Van Halen's 2012 album A Different Kind Of Truth! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecor…
 
Ranked number 100 on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”, The Talking Heads were progenitors of Art-School Preppy Punk. Everyone knows David Byrne and that crazy white suit, but behind him was Chris Frantz, the drummer with whom Byrne formed the band. As a founding member, he was there to have lunch with Andy Warhol, tour with The Ra…
 
Wynter asks us all to think about the films and TV shows that changed the game, from those that captured the style and essence of their era (Clueless), to those that transformed the cultural conversation (Boyz N The Hood, and the early-80s trifecta of Victor/Victoria, Tootsie, and Yentl). Karen celebrates Pride month by getting into the FX docuseri…
 
The Go-Go's were the first all-female band to have a number-one record of self-penned songs with Beauty and the Beat, a feat unrivaled to this day. A winning combination of punk, surf rock, and sugar in the raw, they were integral to the musical landscape of the 80s. Kathy Valentine was part of that experience, slipping into the bassist spot just a…
 
The R4 Podcast welcomes first time guest co-pilot Sean Ellis as they review The Verve Pipe's 1996 album Villains! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecords@gmail.com Facebook: ht…
 
Wynter and Karen hit all the angles of the HBO Max Friends reunion, from the true MVPs of the cast, to Irish uncle Joey, to its efforts to compensate for the show’s lack of diversity by highlighting its global legacy. The two get into a surprisingly deep conversation about tennis as Wynter tells everyone to leave Naomi Osaka in peace. Karen plots a…
 
The R4 Podcast welcomes first time guest co-pilot Salvador Manzo as they review Led Zeppelin's 1969 self-titled debut album! Rock on! Website: https://ridiculousrockrecordreviews.buzzsprout.com Become a Patron and help support the show! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/R4podcast?fan_landing=true Contact us! e-mail: ridiculousrockrecords@gmail.com F…
 
"TAKE. MY. TEARS. AND. THAT'S. NOT. NEAR-LEE ALLLLLLLLLLL, TAINTED-", oh, come on. You know. That song. Soft Cell's Tainted Love spent 43 weeks on Britain's Billboard charts and ranked #5 on VH1's 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders. You've probably heard the song yourself once or twice, whether it be on the dance floor or while ordering a Subway sandwich…
 
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