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Every once in a while, we like to take a moment to reflect on some truly classic albums that deserve some extra praise. For that we have the Album Nerds Hall of Fame (aka ANHoF). Our nominees are: Radiohead – OK Computer (Andy) Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon (Don) Willie Nelson – Red Headed Stranger (Dude) What do you think of these records? Wh…
 
Wu-Tang Clan burst onto the NYC rap scene in the mid-90s with a unique sound and large cast of colorful personalities. Their influence on the rap genre and American culture have been rippling outwards ever since. Today on the show, we explore 3 records from the collective and the many offshoot projects that it produced. GZA – Liquid Swords (Andy) W…
 
U2 is one of those bands that has been around so long that we’ve been able to watch them progress their sound through many phases of their career. Today on the show, we discuss 3 U2 albums that finds the band reinventing themselves, their sound, and in large part, the pop sound of the time. U2 – War (Andy) U2 – Songs of Experience (Don) U2 – Achtun…
 
Good things rarely last, especially when it comes to the bands featured on this week’s episode. All of these groups burned brightly for a single album and then *poof* they were gone. Join us as we discuss some of our favorite one and done albums: Operation Ivy – Energy (Andy) The La’s – The La’s (Don) Temple of the Dog – Temple of the Dog (Dude) Wh…
 
As the 90s came to a close, the youth of America gathered in central New York to celebrate crappy music, overpriced water and poor sanitation. Woodstock ’99 served as a who’s-who of the shifting music scene at the time. Join us as we discuss 3 classic albums from artists who played the festival. Metallica – Master of Puppets (Andy) Bruce Hornsby an…
 
For a few years in the late 80s and year 90s, new jack swing dominated the charts and pop culture. This fusion of RnB, pop and hip-hop was not only commercially successful, but it also produced some of the most iconic records of the time. Today on the show, we discuss three of those albums. Bobby Brown – Don’t Be Cruel (Andy) Tony! Toni! Toné! – Th…
 
We all come from somewhere, even us nerds. On today’s show we dive into our folks record cabinets to explore where our tastes originated. Not surprisingly we came up with 3 quite different, though clearly influential albums from the late 60s. Aretha Franklin – Aretha Now (Andy) Elvis Presley – How Great Thou Art (Don) Ten Years After – Ssssh (Dude)…
 
Ah the saxophone, a surprisingly versatile, though often under utilized instrument in modern music. This week we discuss albums that embraced the woodwind to its full potential. Let’s get saxy… Sonny Rollins – Saxophone Colossus (Andy) Roxy Music – Roxy Music (Don) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band – Born to Run (Dude) Want to win a free copy…
 
On occasion, an artist will burst onto the scene with a debut album so powerful, it completely shifts your perspective on music. On today’s show we discuss three such albums and how they shaped our musical tastes. Bjork – Debut (Andy) Velvet Underground & Nico – Velvet Underground & Nico (Don) Jeff Buckley – Grace (Dude) What do you think of these …
 
Live Aid was an epic concert event that took place back in July of 1985. It gathered together the top musicians of the time to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia. All the big names were there – from Queen and The Rolling Stones, to Madonna and David Bowie. Join us as we discuss albums from 3 equally influential artists who also played the ev…
 
What’s new Nerds? We’ve got a few new releases to share with you fine folks. Andy’s pick comes from indie rock veteran Elvis Costello and his band The Imposters. The record finds Costello channeling his early straight-ahead rock sound – and doing it well. Don’s selection is a folk rock record from Minneapolis-based duo The […]…
 
Andy’s new release recommendation comes from Canadian punk rock group Bad Waitress. Their debut blends punk and 90s alternative rock in an exciting and dare I say, artsy way. The Dude’s old dog selection features a very artsy album from punk rock influencer Patty Smith. The record deals with heady issues like rebellion and isolation […]…
 
Ho, ho, ho, yo! For this year’s Christmas Quickie, we’re highlighting two classic holiday records that were featured on TV specials. The Dude’s selection is a far-out collection of holiday standards and originals from folk artist John Denver. The album’s calm, soothing sound and focus on the majestic Rocky Mountains will transport you to a […]…
 
The Dude’s new release recommendation is the new Mastodon release Hushed and Grim. It’s an ambitious record that largely focuses on the death of band manager Nick John. Andy’s old dog selection comes from UK rock greats Pink Floyd and their follow up to Dark Side of the Moon. The record is a reaction to […]…
 
Andy’s new release recommendation is the debut record from singer, trumpeter and DJ Emma-Jean Thackray and her record Yellow. Her house infused take on a classic jazz sound is grand and propulsive. Dude’s Old Dog selection comes from the legendary Stevie Wonder and his classic 1973 record Innervisions. The record showcases Wonder’s mastery of numer…
 
Get out your eyeliner – this week we’re talking about two gothic rock records The band formally known as Idle Hands are back with the follow up to their acclaimed 2019 record Mana. This time around their sound is a little less metal and a little more goth rock, pulling heavily from the 80s. For […]저자 Album Nerds
 
This week we discuss two records the deal with what could have been. Marisa Anderson and William Tyler’s first collaborative record was created in the midst of riots, a pandemic and wildfires. They use this backdrop, along with their excellent guitar instrumentals and interesting use of electronics to paint a sonic picture of an alternate […]…
 
This week we explore two modern metal groups that use their art to tell the story of their ancestors. The Dude brings the new Alien Weaponry record to the table. On it, the band continues to explore their Māori roots – telling many mythical and historical stories of their people. Andy’s Old Dog pick is […]…
 
Our new release recommendation is from UK RnB, electro funk artist Royce Wood Junior. Our old dog selection is from southern rockers The Black Crowes and their debut record from February of 1990. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Royce Wood Junior – No Two Blue TicksThe Black Crowes – Shake […]…
 
New release recommendations from show favorite King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. And a beautifully crafted storyteller record from The Killers. Our old dog selections feature an influential dance record from Underworld and an iconic album from The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: King G…
 
New release recommendations from Seattle-based blues rock guitarist Ayron Jones. And Cleveland Ohio punk rock group Cloud Nothings deliver one of their most consistent albums to date. Plus a new segment featuring listener picks we’re calling Stray Cats. Today’s show features a record selection from listener Don – Joy Divisions’ 1979 album Unknown P…
 
New release recommendations from New Orleans dance and RnB artist Dawn Richard. And a poetic country album from Texan Vincent Neil Emerson. Our Old Dog picks feature a taste of New Orleans jazz from clarinetist George Lewis. Plus the influential debut record from Seattle rock group Pearl Jam. Here’s the full list of album recommendations […]…
 
New release recommendations from London metal group URNE who have an excellent debut album. Plus a blues tribute record from rock veterans The Black Keys that showcases their hill country blues roots. Our Old Dog picks revisit a popular release by bar band turned stars, Huey Lewis and the News. As well as classic delta […]…
 
New release recommendations from East coast rap outfit Czarface packed with their trademark comic book references. And a sludge rock release from Portland OR band Red Fang that expands on their sound. Our Old Dog picks revisit an influential hip-hop concept record from MF DOOM as well as Guns N’ Roses debut record that would […]…
 
New release recommendations from country artist Dillon Carmichael and his latest EP. And a challenging release from Italian death metal group Ad Nauseam. Our Old Dog picks revisit a classic records from Irish rock band U2 and garage rockers The White Stripes. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Dillon Carmichael – […]…
 
New release recommendations from Jeff Rosenstock and his ska re-thinking of his 2020 album No Dream. And the first new material in 10 years from country veteran Travis Tritt. Our Old Dog picks feature an influential release from psychedelic rock group Spacemen 3. Plus a funky classic from Prince at the height of his powers. […]…
 
New release recommendations from Mike Paton led super-group Tomahawk and a sophomore release from London post-punk band Shame. Our Old Dog picks feature a classic storyteller record from Bob Zimmerman Dylan and progressive rock concept album from Georgia’s own Mastodon. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Tomahawk – Tonic I…
 
New release recommendations from UK 7-piece post punk group Black Country, New Road. As well as from Michigan rock band Greta Van Fleet. Our Old Dog picks feature two examples of great songwriting – Nick Cave’s intimate and emotional Boatman’s call from 1997. As well as a classic record from late-era Beatles – their 1970 […]…
 
New release recommendations from Texas-based singer/songwriter Austin Meade as well as Australian hip-hop newcomer Genesis Owusu. Our Old Dog picks feature two heavy, hard-hitting records – the worlds introduction to thrash metal on Metallica’s debut from 1983. As well as a ruckus record from sludge metal vets Melvins. Here’s the full list of album…
 
New release recommendations from industrial metal duo Black Dresses and independent country artist Mac Leaphart. Our Old Dog picks feature a mix tape debut from NYC rapper A$AP Rocky that features some of the prominent producers of the time. And the record that put Red Hot Chili Peppers on the map. Here’s the full list […]…
 
New release recommendations from English songwriter Sir Paul McCartney and Buffalo NY rapper Che Noir. Our Old Dog picks feature a forgotten alternative rock album from California group Mother Tongue. Plus the third and final release from the M. Doughty led group Soul Coughing. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Paul […]…
 
New release recommendations from UK singer Celeste and Seattle rock veterans Foo Fighters. Our Old Dog picks feature an energetic release from Afro-beat pioneer Fela Kuti. Plus a look back at David Bowie’s best selling album. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Celeste – Not Your MuseFoo Fighters – Medicine at […]…
 
New release selections from Red Dirt country singer John Baumann and Swedish post-punk group Welfare Jazz. Our Old Dog picks feature a slice of pop culture from Australian rockers Jet. Plus an influential debut record from DC punk legends Fugazi. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: John Baumann – Country Shade […]…
 
New release selections from Philly underground duo Moor Jewelry and Canadian singer songwriter Andy Shauf. Our Old Dog picks feature a hip-hop concept record from The Roots that tells the story of a mid-level drug dealer. Plus a genre defining record from groove metal group Pantera that is sure to help you blow off some […]…
 
Join us for a Christmas quickie – two holiday album recommendations to help get you in the spirit. Our first selection is from timeless, golden voiced Johnny Mathis and his 1958 collection of holiday songs that spans classics like Winter Wonderland and Silent Night. Our second pick is a soul and blues compilation from Stax […]…
 
New release selections from UK punk rock group IDLES and country crossover star Chris Stapleton. Our Old Dog picks feature a challenging debut from Mr. Bungle (yes, again) and one of the absolute classic soul records of the 70s from Marvin Gaye. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: IDLES – Ultra […]…
 
A new release recommendation from the genre-hopping band Mr. Bungle that sees them releasing their original thrash metal demo recording. Plus an up-beat punk rock record from UK group Dream Nails. Our Old Dog picks feature a joyous RnB record from American staple Billy Joel and concept record from 90s alternative group Local H. Here’s […]…
 
A new release recommendation from Canadian post-punk outfit Pottery that has just the right amount of cheese. Plus a country record fitting for 2020 from Davey Crockett descendant Charley Crockett. Our Old Dog picks feature a hardcore metal record from genre vets Converge. And a controversial release from REM that saw them sonically cover new […]…
 
A new release recommendation from Australian alternative rockers Violent SoHo that sees them tapping into their 90s rock roots. Plus a new dance record from Jessie Ware that adds a fresh coat of paint to the disco sounds of the early 80s. Our Old Dog picks feature a classic as classic gets rock record from […]…
 
A new release recommendation from the spaced-out, country-tinged rock group Rose City Band. Plus a new folk album from John Moreland that tests the limits of the genre. Our Old Dog picks feature a classic 70s funk record from pioneer Betty Davis. And a fun rock record from The Darkness that pays homage to the […]…
 
New release recommendation from the Tempe Arizona rock group The Black Moods that’s sure to add a little jangle to your day. Plus a very 2020 rap release from east coast mainstays Run the Jewels. And we dig into our collections for a classic album recommendation from Lenny Kravitz that sees him writing and playing […]…
 
New album recommendations from folk-rock vet Fiona Apple, UK-based indie-rockers Naked Six, Australian ‘shed-rock’ 3-piece The Chats, and the hilarious country group Hot Country Knights. Plus classic albums from Afro-beat multi-instrumentalist Sinkane. And a record from super-group The Gracious Few featuring members of Candlebox and Live. Here’s th…
 
New album recommendations from alt-country group American Aquarium, Canadian/Colombian artist Lido Pimienta, thrash metal group Annihilator, and Chicago-based grunge band Melkbelly. Plus classic albums from the reconstructed rock group Blind Melon. And an influential debut record from guitar rock group Mogwai. Here’s the full list of album recommen…
 
New album recommendations from Afro-Punk group Melt Yourself Down, Indie Rock mainstay The Strokes, New Zealand-based folk artist Nadia Reid, and Americana singer White Buffalo. Plus classic albums from progressive rock legend Frank Zappa and RnB singer Anita Baker. Here’s the full list of album recommendations from the show: Melt Yourself Down – 1…
 
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