Joe is host of the weekly music vidcast Sit N Spin with Joe.
We revisit and discuss the overlooked, under-appreciated, forgotten, and not so forgotten albums of 1992
Is the Gin Blossoms' 1996 sophomore album Congratulations, I'm Sorry a worthy follow-up or an actual miserable experience?
What makes a great tribute album? We sort through over a hundred released in the 1990s to highlight the best collections of curated covers
One album, that's all! Our roundtable discusses favorite, overlooked, forgotten bands and artists that only managed one album in the 1990s
We revisit the albums of '99, discuss hidden gems, forgotten flops, and long lasting favorites from the last year of the 20th century
In the mid 90s, Aerosmith had fully rebounded from the early 80s exile by saturating radio and MTV, but did Armageddon undo it all?
Side Projects! We check out the long list of artists getting creative outside their main band to share our faves, flops and more
U2 were critical darlings and wildly successful in the 80s, entering the 90 wanting to reinvent their sound, but did they go to far?
Spacehog scored a massive hit single off their debut, but their follow-up failed to chart, is it a sophomore slump worth revisiting?
After rising to fame in the 70s, the 80s were less kind to the band, who shed the makeup but 90s were a whole different story.
On the follow-up to their teenage debut, Silverchair fattened the sound but not the sales, we try to figure out what happened.
The 60s had Clapton and Hendrix, the 70s had Page and Blackmore, the 80s had Eddie, now it’s time to christen the guitar gods of the 90s.
TV soundtracks that surpassed the show and the one’s that were HUGE at the time but maybe haven’t aged all that well.
Bush brought Steve Albini on board to produce their sophomore album Razorblade Suitcase, a slump or worth redeeming?
We discuss which artists had successfully second acts in their careers and who couldn't escape their previous band's shadow.
We're joined by a variety of guests to review new releases by Nada Surf, The Cult, Weezer, Bob Mould, Radiohead, Face to Face and more
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