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Podcast Episode
Season
Four
number
173
Type
Album Review
Post Date
5/6/2014

The Stereo

173 Three Hundred by The Stereo

Three Hundred

Label
Fueled by Ramen
Release year
1999
Producer
J. Robbins
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It was the right sound released at the right time, so why isn't The Stereo mentioned along side Fall Out Boy and New Found Glory?

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Thanks to a listener, this week we're checking out the 1999 debut album Three Hundred by The Stereo. Big hooks and loud guitars dominate this pop-punk record, with an occasional piano detour to mix things up. It was the right sound released at the right time, so why isn't The Stereo mentioned along side early 2000's successes like Fall Out Boy and New Found Glory - was it merely the public overlooking a hidden gem, or is this worth passing up? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • ‚ÄćIntro - She Would Never4:52 - History of the Band
  • 14:48 - Ramona
  • 21:20 - Devotion
  • Outro - Divine

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