Artistic highs and personal lows define Depeche Mode in the 90s, who balanced commercial success without sacrificing their mystique
On our first Diamond episode, we revisit 1995's Tragic Kingdom by No Doubt and dive into the album tracks of this ten million selling album
Four years in the making, Filter's 1999 sophomore release Title of Record is more rock than industrial and the album is better for it
Though the tragic story of Mia Zapata dominates their story, The Gits 1992 album Frenching The Bully is worthy of its own discussion
Navigating the music industry with Ivy’s Dominique Durand and Andy Chase for the 25th anniversary of their album Apartment Life
On their lone obscure release, Lowcraft dial up the 70s glam vibe with 90s production on 1999's Manticore
On their fifth and final album Blasting Off, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry made reverbed post-punk out of step for '91 but a hidden gem to discover
90s Rock Album Reviews, Interviews, & Roundtable Discussions
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Great podcast! Highly relatable and always the right amount of detail for each album. Uncovering the mysteries and demystifying some of the greatest music of last great decade of recorded music - the 90’s. I came for the Failure (band) content and stayed for the rest. Highly recommended!
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.