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Digital Killed The Radio Star Podcast

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R.E.M. are one of the all time great American rock bands with a very extensive catalogue. That is why this was the hardest list for us to edit down yet as you will hear. We hope you enjoy our stroll though their songbook.
Pearl Jam are one of the most beloved American bands of all time. Their catalogue is full of great songs and great albums. It is very had to narrow down ten songs from their career but Ian Rice joins David today to do just that. Let us know wh
This week we spend a lot of time talking about the new Killers album Pressure Machines. This album has grabbed both of us instantly.
David and Chris continue their "critique" of bad music. These week they set their sites on the worst power ballads. Which Trixter song made the list? Does Chris really like Bad English?
Well this is for sure our funniest episode yet. This month we will give you our take on the really bad music and hair....lol. In part one we will breakdown albums from H.E.A.T., Florida Georgia LINE, LUKE BRYAN, SEETHER, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNC
We are FINALLY back with another new episode for everyone. On this new episode we discuss who are our top ten artists of all time. This a very eclectic list and both of us surprised each other with our picks. Also, we have a little expense at
On this week's episode Life of Agony guitarist Joey Z joins us to discuss life during the pandemic, the band's new documentary The Sound of Scars, and rest of his successful career. This interview was a real delight for us to record. We hope t
We are joined this week by Kevin Martin who is the lead singer of Candlebox. Candlebox has a new album Wolves out in September that Kevin discusses with us and many other great stories from his long career. Did the band bail out of jail a flash
David is joined by his friends Pedro, Seth, and Steve for an impromptu discussion about why they love music and they also discuss their pet peeves with fans.
Jeff Dunn is a veteran of the concert sound industry. Starting on a tour with ERIC CLAPTON in 1983 Jeff starting mixing sound for a who's who's who of the music industry. Jeff mixed for The Black Crowes for ten years from 90-00. Jeff has also w
The Boss Bruce Springsteen is one of the most beloved American musicians. He has provided a soundtrack for two generations of music lover. Aaron Martel joins David and Chris to discuss their favorite Boss memories and songs.
In the early 90's Alice In Chains released two of the most successful eps of all time Sap and Jar of Flies. On this week's episode David is joined by his buddies Ian and Jason to discuss these two eps and their impact on their musical DNA.
We are back after a long hiatus to discuss our top ten albums of this past year. This year has been a stellar year for releases. We have a pretty eclectic mix as always. Enjoy!
Wow! This is an episode a long time in the making. David is joined by Widespread Panic uber fans Suanne Strider and Rick Barley for a discussion about their love for this band and their live experiences. Til The Medicine Takes is considered th
This week the music world was shocked to hear of the passing of Eddie Van Halen. Eddie was the most influential guitarist of our time. We decided to put together a tribute to one one of our musical heroes. We discuss our ten favorite songs, fav
The Metallica guys (Kyle and Chipper) return this week to join David in a debate about two of Metallica's best albums. The will vote track by track to come up with the ultimate Metallic album. Which album will have more winners? Find out on thi
It has been awhile since we got to discuss any new music with you. David had been listening to reggae and Chris has a discovered a great new band that he is excited to share with you. We interview the new rock band The Country Westerns. This is
Bonus Episode: Top Ten Def Leppard Songs with Carsen by Digital Killed The Radio Star
David and Chris bing you the final installment of An August of Americana a little late. The guys discuss everyone from Ryan Adams to punk singerss that go country/folk.
On this week's episode David and Chris welcome Blue Mountain singer/guitar player Cary Hudson to the show to discuss his long career in Americana music. Cary discusses what it was like to be on RoadRunner records, the alt country scene, and leg
David and Chris are joined by Dean Gavney this week to discuss the second wave of Americana acts that came out of the Uncle Tupelo break up. Son Volt, Wilco, The Jayhawks, and Whiskeytown are just a few of the bands that are discussed.
This week's episode is the first part of our An August of Americana series. We will discuss the rise of Americana music beginning in the early 90s to today. Uncle Tupelo's first album No Depression was the equivalent of Nirvana's Nevermind whe
David is joined by Austin, Tx. band Amber Eye for a quick interview about their new album Along For The Ride.
Big Albums/Deep Tracks by Digital Killed The Radio Star
David is joined this by Metallica super fans Kyle Null and Chipper Woodruff. They open the episode by sampling Blackened Whiskey and giving you their opinion of the band's whiskey. The Black Album is one of the best selling albums of all time.
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