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It’s a Metal Vs Musical symphonic smackdown as two friends from opposite sides of Australia, drag each other through their respective worlds of music- joined by professionals (soldiers) from the worlds of Music, Broadway, Television and more! www.thetonastontales.com/podcasts - www.patreon.com/bloomingtheatricals - www.twitter.com/thrashntreasure
 
This is an RSS feed provided by WhenItWasCool.com for the DragonKing Dark and Thrash Metal Show Podcast. DragonKing Dark is a podcast which covers science, the supernatural, and societal issues. The NoFriender Thrash Metal Show podcast is a docu-series covering the origins and evolution of thrash style heavy metal music. Please visit WhenItWasCool.com for our other shows.
 
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Our continuing series of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history takes a look at a moment where nobody died but it completely effected Major League Baseball. The Black Sox Scandal was a gambling and game-fixing scandal where members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series. Despite acquittals in a trial, Jud…
 
It's the Muppet episode, with our very special guest Kirk Thatcher! YAAAYYYY! From E.T. to Star Trek, Gremlins to Star Wars, and more, Kirk Thatcher has had a literal-hand in puppetry, producing, acting, special effects, writing, directing, and even song writing on a gazillion of your childhood-favourites. Today, he's here to dig up some Muppet Tre…
 
Our series of 100 darkest moments in pop culture history continues this week with the murder of John Lennon. The Beatles were icons of pop music. Having broken up years earlier the individual members of The Beatles had gone on to various other solo projects and John Lennon had already had a brilliant solo career and was now staging a comeback when …
 
Legendary baseball star Roberto Clemente spent much of his time involved in charity work. Managua, the capital city of Nicaragua, was struck by a massive earthquake on December 23, 1972. Clemente arranged emergency relief flights. He soon learned, however, that the aid packages on the first three flights had been diverted by corrupt officials of th…
 
Hard Quizzers, ahoy! This week we're joined by the FABULOUS Adam Richard, the trail-blazing LGBTQ+ stand-up comedian who has appeared on pretty much every TV Show ever made in Australia, including Border Security. Probably. This multi-talented Aussie joins us to dissect Bat Boy the musical, but not before flipping the lid off ZZ-Top's classic album…
 
Our list of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history continues with the killing of Marvin Gaye. Marvin Gaye was an influential singer and musician who gained worldwide fame for his work with Motown Records. He was fatally shot by his father, Marvin Gay Sr., on April 1, 1984, at their house in the West Adams district of Los Angeles, Califor…
 
Not the catchphrase! This week, we're joined by Hollywood Sitcom Viagra, Tim Doyle, to explore his hilariously-stellar career on hit network shows such as Dinosaurs, Roseanne, Herman's Head, Schooled, The Big Bang Theory, Ellen, Grace Under Fire, *deep breath*, The Kids are Alright, Dr. Ken, and many more! Plus, Tim shares his love of the classic m…
 
DragonKing Dark continues our look at 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history by looking at the killing of legendary singer Sam Cooke. On December 11, 1964, singer Sam Cooke was gunned down in Los Angeles, CA. The original story and the one most commonly told is the 33 year old had taken a 22 year old girl to a seedy motel, attempted to r…
 
Hear me now, words I vow The Album: 'Through the Ashes of Empires' by Machine Head Other Stuff: 'Through the Ashes of Empires' 17th anniversary playthrough The Podcast: Support THRASH IT OUT on Patreon Buy a THRASH IT OUT T-shirt Get in touch Facebook group Homework: Encore: 'The Great Southern Trendkill' by Pantera…
 
Continuing our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history at least this time nobody died... well, I guess one person did though the circumstances of his death are nebulous, numerous sexual assaults took place, lots of arson, and a general mockery of popular culture and toxic fandom displayed itself at the peace and love festival known as Woodstock.…
 
Tommy can we see ye? Nope! Covid strikes again! But not all is lost, this week, the boys are joined by the stunning Amy Lehpamer, star of Victorian Opera's upcoming (at some point) production of The Who's Tommy! Together, they'll review Iron Maiden's seminal seventh album, 'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son' before Amy bowls us over with her experience …
 
Our series of 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history continues with the disastrous Station Nightclub fire in 2003 that killed 100 people during a Great White concert. Great White was nationally known band which had a few hits during the hair metal era. In 2003, while playing a concert at the Station Nightclub in West Warwick, RI, pyrotec…
 
Holy meat pies, Batman- IT'S MICHAEL CERVERIS! And need we say any more?! This week, the two-time Tony-winning Loose Cattle front man, Michael, serves up the Queensrÿche album, Operation Mindcrime, before celebrating The Who's Tommy- in the week before Tommy opens in AW's home city! What a thrill- '21 is CERTAINLY gonna be a good year! www.twitter.…
 
Host Rick Jimenez is joined by member of the John Stamos Project, ultra enthusiastic NY sports fan and long time long island punk brother, Matt Castellano to talk about the horror movie bible, cars driving on lawns and more.THRASHER pick is the debut album by Andrew W.K. that took the world by storm, "I Get Wet". The SLASHER pick, the psychological…
 
We continue our series discussing 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history by looking at the death of pro wrestling star Eddy Guerrero. Guerrero's death differs from others we have looked at so far. Eddy (yes, that is the correct spelling out of his own mouth) was not murdered, nor did he die in a tragic accident. Eddy died at a young age …
 
Noni's number one, we're gonna have-some-fun! This week, the boys are joined by 'Chatterbox' Noni McCallum, to chat about her time with the world's biggest musical group for children- Hi-5, plus an arena-filled with subjects including Victorian Opera, the Am-Dram Mafia, Come From Away (typical!), awkward celebrity encounters, and MORE! Plus, AW wil…
 
In 2015 Paris, France was hit by a coordinated terrorist attack involving multiple gunmen and bombs. The heart of the killings came at a concert at the Bataclan theater where concert goers were taken hostage and 90 people killed inside at an Eagles of Death Metal concert. The band themselves barely escaped. Since then, the band's frontman has ignit…
 
AKA: Two dudes who have never met chat about anything-and-everything for 90 minutes. This week, we're joined by six-time Tony-eligible actor, Andrew Kober! Flying solo, AW drags this Broadway heartthrob through his old, dirty, thrash-y world of Melbourne Punk with the album 'World Against Reason' by who? No Idea! That's who! Also, they'll be 'Passi…
 
Host Rick Jimenez is joined by returning guest and the head of Graceful June Farm, Tim Delaney, for another episode of The Directors Slash.Tim is bringing us up to speed on his fictional spin-off film from the groundbreaking wrestling documentary Beyond The Mat, which focuses solely on Mike Modest. Think you know what he has in store for you? You c…
 
We continue our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history with a look back at another concert disaster. This one happened before a concert by The Who in Cincinnati, OH in 1979 where 11 fans were crushed to death when the doors to the arena failed to open in time. Like several of the tragedies we've looked at so far, this one is compounded by the y…
 
It doesn't suck to be us this week! Not only is past-guest, West End's Dave Muscat this week's special guest co-host, the boys are also joined by EXTRA-special guest, Broadway and West End star, Ann Harada! Together, they'll get the skinny on Thin Lizzy's final album 'Thunder & Lightning', as well as Ann's smash-hit musical comedy, 'Avenue Q'!www.t…
 
100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history continues and this week we look at the shooting death of 25 year old rapper Tupac Shakur. To say that 2Pac was controversial would be a huge understatement. He was controversial, talented, and had a giant impact on popular culture. He was also legit to the violent music he made. This was not the fir…
 
For the first time in four... weeks or so, we're joined by another Disney Princess! FROZEN's Patti Murin gets her giggle on in our gauntlet of glam for Norwegian Glam Rock Night! First, we check out TNT, who exploded onto the scene with their debut, self-titled album; then we venture to Arendelle where Princess Anna herself will give us a personal …
 
Host Rick Jimenez is joined by Wrasslerap podcast host, producer of Talk’n Shop, Oral Sessions, Bare With Us and more, and the man with the most noteable long locks in all of Staten Island, Emilio Sparks, to chat dating advice, fashion and aging television shows as well as…THRASHER pick, the second album by Brooklyn hiphop crew Boot Camp Clik, “The…
 
We continue our look at 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history. One of the biggest was certainly the death of the King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley. Now let's be honest, you probably know everything you want to know about the death of Elvis... or do you? On this episode, host Karl Stern talks about the twists and turns of his death inc…
 
The next installment in our 100 darkest moments in pop culture history goes back to March 1993 when Brandon Lee, actor and son of legendary pop culture icon Bruce Lee, is killed on the set of the dark gothic comic book inspired movie The Crow. Gunned down in a completely avoidable accident, Brandon Lee was about to break through even bigger than wh…
 
Speed, Camera, Rolling! This week, AW and his EXTRA-special guest co-host, Aria Jackson, are joined by Tony Award winning actress, Tonya Pinkins, to chat about Jelly's Last Jam, Iggy Pop's Raw Power, Tonya's directorial-debut, Red Pill, plus a whole lot more! twitter.com/tonyapinkins -- twitter.com/redpillmovie2020 -- and check out Aria's work at w…
 
Host Rick Jimenez is joined by Incendiary and Soldiers guitar player, Bahamas dancer and Ken Kennedy’s only superfan, Brian Audley, to talk about the punk/hardcore scenes documentary from 1998 via Victory Records, RELEASE. We discuss whats changed and whats the same about the modern scene as well as where we were at when this hit the shelves as a V…
 
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