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Jay and Tim review a 90s related music topic each week, whether it be an album review, interview or focus on a band or genre. From the popular to the obscure, they constantly seek guidance from listeners on what to dig up next, with little fear of what they might find next. It's a great podcast for both revisiting CDs that may have collected dust in your collection for over 20 years and discovering new favorites that you never knew existed. As both musicians and former dj's both Jay and Tim have a unique approach to listening and rating music, I'll always gain some additional insight even when I'm extremely familiar with the subject. They release a new episode every week so you'll always have fresh content. Give it a try!
I enjoy the varied selections for reviews on the podcast. Discussions are great with lots of detail. Not sure if this is where to make a suggestion but how about Huffamoose's - "We've Been Had Again" (1997). They had a few minor hits on alt/rock radio at the time. Then they got dropped during label shakeups/mergers of late 90s, signed with another label, released another album, broke up. They actually were featured in a rock doc of the 1997-1998 era album, tour, dropped from label, etc - called Here Comes Huffamoose.
Really enjoy the work you guys do...always insightful and a pleasure to listen to.