EP 136: Absolutely ...DRINK! In this weeks EP Loose and Bakko discuss Great White replacing their singer with a former frontman of Van Halen, Bakko's latest movie concept "Veganibal", an update on Bakko's previous movie concept "Bro-Dragon", the role of Bigfoot Porn in politics, LC's Alice Cooper Kerfuffle, Cobra Hacks, and a lesbian PSA. Also a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT about Cobrafest and the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo all while playing their favorite drinking game and favorite drinking songs. Featuring music from: Assjack Royal Bliss Texas Hippie Coalition Kid Rock/Nickelback Sons of Texas Guns N Roses Black Stone Cherry W.A.S.P. Help support our show and artists we feature. Here's a direct link for vinyl on Amazon or anything you want to buy. Please bookmark. https://amzn.to/2T8i4IW
Ep 135: Def Leppard - Hysteria - Albums Unbuckled: Hysteria. Released August, 1987. 12 million sold in the US. 7 singles. 4 years in the making. 1 less arm. Love it or hate it? No matter your opinion on the album it is one of the most fascinating stories in rock history. Bakko and LC break it down in true Cobra style. Plus we have a new CobraFest announcement! Grab your Union Jack shorts and get ready for a freeballing conversation. And F the circus.
Things get a bit tipsy in this ep as Loose Cannon and Bakko feature songs from Monsters of Rock that they have never played while discussing how their own typical Father’s Day experiences compare to Tommy Lee’s, Meatloaf replacing himself on his upcoming tour, the importance of wiping your internet history, a practical use for the cover art for the John Lennon album Two Virgins, LC continuing to make new friends all while playing songs from big time Monsters of Rock that had thus far been ignored by the show. Featuring music from: Deep Purple Beatles ZZ Top The Rolling Stones Van Halen Rush Led Zeppelin
This week Loose Cannon and Bakko give updates regarding Cobrafest 18 taking place in the parking lot of the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo on Aug 25th, Bakko shares his theory on the connection between Paul Stanley and Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Gene Simmons willing to be a spokesperson for anything including pot and they give their first andv last statement regarding the recent kerfuffle involving Vinnie Vincent. Music and Spotify Playlist link below. Stream, preview, buy if you dig it. https://spoti.fi/2HY3D3z Monster Truck Tremonti Welles Badflower Wayland Tax The Heat Billy Idol
This week we get into the latest round of RATT drama, Loose being pleasant to people, Chris Czynszak joins the show to discuss Rock N Pod 2, a bathroom catastrophe at Which Wich, gearing up for Festival Season and a possible reunion of the original BulletBoys on the Monsters of Rock Cruise. Featuring these artists. Buy Music! RATT: A little too much Them Evils: You got me Rockin Stryper: Sorry BulletBoys: From out of the sky Bronx: Two Birds Audrey Horne: Blackout Mustasch: Liberte Ep Spotify Music Review PlayList: https://open.spotify.com/user/1281851/playlist/4hyywx5dA321YP7Rj88z4Z?si=JBOdwCDkQ9mmceXbH_EIEA
We packed a lot of Cobra Gold in this episode. Topics include the lack of "Super" in Ripper Owens' latest group. How Joe Satriani managed to never join Whitesnake. Glen Tipton stopping but not quitting. The musical legacy of the Hardee's Restaurant California Raisins. Mike Portnoy's post Dream Theater life. Cobras & Fire very first foray into the world of mashups. And Paul Stanley's latest Bitter, we mean, Twitter blast on Gene Simmons. And we play great songs from "Super" groups of varying degrees of "Super". Music from: Contraband Gaye Ratt Chickenfoot The Damned Things Them Crooked Vultures Audioslave Union
In this week’s episode Loose and Bakko discuss a recent Black Veil Brides show and breakdown the bands lyrics in a new game called Black Veiled Bride or Black Veiled Lie. They check in with Rob Halford and his thesaurus, talk about Andrew WK releasing new music for some reason and throw their Three Cents into some Tri sided podcasting drama.
For the 100th episode Loose and Bakko get personal about key moments in their life that made them extremely passionate about music and led them to start a podcast. It's a perfect mix of tragedy, ego, porterhouse tossing, drugs, family issues, boners, 15 year olds giving themselves prison yard tattoos and house fires. Featuring voicemails from listeners and podcasters, their favorite bits and for the first time, Loose reveals his true identity.