On her 1997 album Impossible Princess, Kylie Minogue explores trip-hop, trance, Britpop, and unexpected experiments on this uneven release
Joe Pernice talks 90s alt country with the Scud Mountain Boys, reissuing the Pernice Brothers 1998 debut Overcome by Happiness, and more
On their 1999 major label debut February Son, Oleander ignored the nu-metal ruling rock radio and made a grunge throwback with needed energy
Thomas Andrew Doyle talks about SubPop’s early days and where TAD fits into grunge history
With Jets To Brazil's debut Orange Rhyming Dictionary, Blake Schwarzenbach expanded on the Jawbreaker sound with a heady post-hardcore twist
The Afghan Whigs ended the 1990s on a high note with their sleek and sexy nod to New Orleans and nightlife with 1998's timeless album 1965
On 1991's Fall, Boston's Moving Targets refined their post-punk/post-hardcore sound with catchier guitar riffs and emotive vocals
90s Rock Album Reviews, Interviews, & Roundtable Discussions
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Been listening to this for a while a lot of old episodes to get through _ great hearing the Americans POV on classic English and Australian albums of the 1990s has made me dig out a lot of forgotten gems of my youth - it’s important for people to remember that we did have more that grunge way back when - would love these guys to starts doing shows on albums made in the 1980s
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.