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This week, we’re throwing away our hard-earned indie cred and dropping in a few more words from our sponsors than usual. We have some great new products to tell you about, and along the way, we will be discussing the 1967 classic The Who Sell O
The Track 2 journey continues! This time we're taking a detour through Indie Rock World.The Chap - Fun & InterestingSleater-Kinney - IroncladPony Up! - The Truth About Cats and Dogs (Is That They Die)CHVRCHES - Leave a TraceVon Sudenfed - The R
We're taking a break after our giant Genesis episode, so we decided to share one of our Patreon bonus episodes with everybody: the one where we found another excuse to talk about the Beatles! So please enjoy this conversation about Beatles song
More of our favorite Track 2s! Tracks 2? Who knows. Songs in this episode: Motörhead - Love Me Like a ReptileThe Byrds - Have You Seen Her Face?The Isley Brothers - Footsteps in the DarkTelevision - VenusSly and the Family Stone - ChickenWeen -
What kind of band was Genesis - strange, artsy prog-rock masters, or catchy, commercial pop stars? In this very special episode of Discord and Rhyme, we brought in returning guest Jeff Blehar to help make the case that they did both equally wel
You might have noticed how we're always talking about a good track two - but what the hell does that mean? Rich and Mike are here with the extremely detailed answer to that question! Tracks included in this episode: Stereolab - Cybele's Reverie
The phrase “so-and-so band needs no introduction” is incredibly overused, but if there’s a single band for whom the phrase holds true... it’s the Beatles. However, if there are two bands that it holds true for, it’s the Beatles and the Rolling
Buckle up and run a systems diagnostic, because this is a long one. Where do you go after revolutionizing electronic dance music twice in a row? Daft Punk’s albums Homework and Discovery spawned a whole generation of imitators, way too many of
It's the last episode of this Motown disc! This one includes the theme song from Berry Gordy's directorial debut, the last we'll hear from any of the Temptations for quite a while, and that time Motown decided to be a country label for a hot se
Born in the USA isn't Ben's favorite Bruce Springsteen album. In fact, it's not even his favorite Bruce Springsteen album whose name begins with Born. So why the heck are we covering it here? Well, despite selling 30 million copies in the last
Continuing our Motown party with the next batch of songs you never hear on the radio anymore (but are largely awesome).• The Miracles & Billy Griffin - Do It Baby• Stevie Wonder - You Haven't Done Nothing• Stevie Wonder - Boogie On Reggae Woman
As we’ve discussed on this show before, rock critics are sometimes terribly, terribly wrong. When Paul and Linda McCartney released Ram in 1971, not only was everyone still mad about the Beatles breaking up, but the album was just innovative an
Motown time is here again! Listen as we discuss some mediocrity, some absolute trash, and two of Stevie Wonder's best songs.• Stevie Wonder - Higher Ground• Eddie Kendricks - Keep On Truckin'• Stevie Wonder - Living for the City• The Temptation
We're moving to a new podcast host! It's possible that things might get a little glitchy during this process, and our back episodes might reappear in your feed. This shouldn't change anything for you going forward, though, and we'll be back on
Mahavishnu Orchestra, the brainchild of guitarist and prominent Miles Davis sideman John McLaughlin, spent roughly two years (1971-73) playing an incredibly intense brand of cutting-edge jazz-rock fusion and became bonafide rock stars in the pr
Time for our third annual Q&A episode! In this one, we talk about whether we'll take album recommendations from listeners, the art of album sequencing, how to separate music from lyrics, and our favorite TV theme songs, among other important to
Since this podcast's very beginning, there was only one real option for our 69th album: 69 Love Songs, Stephin Merritt’s three-disc 1999 opus. It's a seemingly impossible romp through dozens of musical styles that could be hilarious, heartbreak
Since this podcast's very beginning, there was only one real option for our 69th album: 69 Love Songs, Stephin Merritt’s three-disc 1999 opus. It's a seemingly impossible romp through dozens of musical styles that could be hilarious, heartbreak
Since this podcast's very beginning, there was only one real option for our 69th album: 69 Love Songs, Stephin Merritt’s three-disc 1999 opus. It's a seemingly impossible romp through dozens of musical styles that could be hilarious, heartbreak
Finishing up the Yellow Pills series! We hope you've enjoyed our discussion of great power pop songs no one has ever heard of. Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/67MbIIImCx9MRdYZuel6MG?si=wdezwl38ReuBtYAb36rgZwCo-hosts: Rich Bunnell, A
One day in September 1976, fueled by cocaine, peppers, and milk, David Bowie entered a Los Angeles recording studio, and then emerged a couple months later remembering nothing about what had just happened. Discord & Rhyme is here to fill in the
Finishing up the Yellow Pills comp, this is the first batch from disc 2. Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/67MbIIImCx9MRdYZuel6MG?si=wdezwl38ReuBtYAb36rgZwCo-hosts: Rich Bunnell, Mike DeFabio, Dan Watkins• The Toms - (I Wanna Be A) Te
This week, Dan, Mike, and Rich take a break from the usual state-of-the-art Discord & Rhyme studio, dust off the four-track, and head down to the basement with a case of beer for a no-frills chat about Guided by Voices. After percolating as 37-
Continuing our series on the Yellow Pills compilation, featuring returning special guest Dave Weigel!Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/67MbIIImCx9MRdYZuel6MG?si=wdezwl38ReuBtYAb36rgZwCo-hosts: Rich Bunnell, John McFerrin, Dave Weigel•
Frank Zappa is an awfully difficult man to summarize. He recorded dozens and dozens of albums with numerous different bands in countless different genres. He was a relentless innovator, never sticking with one style for long and always pushing
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