Revisiting classic and not-so-classic albums

Listen to Riley ramble on about things he has no authority to talk about. There will be guests.

Episode 151


A large episode: Bill Haley is credited with putting out the frst rock and roll record, the Beatles run out of steam, the Rolling Stones return to their roots, Amon Duul invents Krautrock, then a note about talking about the avant garde on a popular music podcast. Then, Desmond Dekker brings Jamaican music to the UK and Fairport Convention creates UK folk rock. Rufus makes slick funk and two instrumental prog rock groups put out their third albums. From 1979, we have the greatest punk album of all time. From 1984, Bruce Cockburn tries to imitate talking heads. Savatage discover Andrew Llloyd Webber in 1989 and Pestilence release an excellent death metal record. Finally, Kelis debuts in 1999.

  • 65th Anniversary of Rock with Bill Haley and the Comets
  • 55th Anniversary of Beatles for Sale
  • 50th Anniversary of Let It Bleed by The Rolling Stones
  • 50th Anniversary of Phallus Dei by Amon Duul
  • 50th Anniversary of This Is Demond Dekkar
  • 50th Anniversary of Liege & Lief by Fairport Convention
  • 45th Anniversary of Rufusized by Rufus and Chaka Khan
  • 45th Anniversary of The Civil Surface by Egg
  • 45th Anniversary of Red Queen to Gryphon Three
  • 40th Anniversary of London Calling by The Clash
  • 35th Anniversary of Stealing Fire by Bruce Cockburn
  • 30th Anniversary of Gutter Ballet by Savatage
  • 30th Anniversary of Consuming Impulse by Pestilence
  • 20th Anniversary of Kaleidoscope by Kelis



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