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Jersey July comes to a close. Don't act like we weren't going to let "The Boss" close the show the whole time. Come stroll down the boardwalk with our esteemed guest and New Jersey native, Steve Whithacomb. Marvel at the cast of characters Bruce evokes in his pre-superstar era.By Christopher Pfeifle, Jared Britt
 
Jersey July rolls on! Steve-O is back in the studio to enjoy "Slave To The Grind" with us. He'll explain life on the Shore, how he could have met Sebastian Bach but didn't, and lastly, how much it costs to drive from Jersey to Long Island. Get your sleazy hat on cuz we're gettin nasty. It's Skid Row fer crissakes!…
 
You take the record advance money. You trick out your uncle's "Booga Basement". Buy some gear and build this thing from the ground up. Pras, Lauryn, and Wyclef settle "the score" after a lackluster debut and launch themselves to the top of not only the Hip Hop world but crossed over like a motherfucker with the sweet sound of Ms. Hill's voice. Quit…
 
What can you say about David Lee Roth that hasn't already been said about herpes? It started out with a good time and now he's with us forever. Listen along as we enjoy the second album from the former Van Halen frontman/demigod. This would also be the last album to feature this all-star lineup of Steve Vai, Billy Sheehan, and Greg Bissonette toget…
 
Well, we finally got here. Joy Division's second album, "Closer". After this, we swear we're going to cover something light hearted and joyful. Honestly, after a month of post-punk, we're all gonna need it. Listen as a young band hones their craft and zeros in on what it sounds like to be utterly hopeless. They make it hurt so good. Unsung blues pl…
 
The "High Priestess Of Punk" herself, and her Banshees released this post-punk masterpiece before there was even a word for it. Goth before it was a thing. Though not looked at as one of their "greatest" albums, we disagree. You can't listen to this album without hearing the future echoes of The Cure, Sleater Kinney, or Jane's Addiction. Also, we b…
 
In the second week of Black History Month, we go to New York City to find Living Colour and their second album, Time's Up. Elite level musicianship? Check. An old school "conscious" mind-set? Yup. More Body Glove than Daisy Fuentes at the "Spring Break Beach House"? You bet your jazz/metal/punk/soul/gospel/futuristic/hip-hop/rock lovin' ass! Time's…
 
It's the last "Hometown January" show. This week, we are celebrating The Melvins and their second album, Ozma. Unsung "Doom Metal Pioneers"? Maybe. Ripped off by everyone? Probably. Heaviest band from the Northwest? Definitely. If you are from the Northwest or just like the music, drop us a line and let us know who you'd like to hear next "Hometown…
 
Hometown January continues! Hometown for us anyway. If you are unfortunate enough to not live in the shadow of a killer volcano called Mt. Rainier, you still probably know or love this album. Nirvana's Nevermind. One of the greatest power trios up there with Cream and The Police? Logging town misery? Mean Girl snarkiness? Come as you are and see fo…
 
Before there were Black Days and Rusty Cages, there was Louder Than Love. We kick off "Home Town January" with a listen to Soundgarden's second album. Earlybirds on the so called "Grunge" scene in Seattle, Soungarden's influence would be felt for decades to come. Perhaps Seattle's tallest band? No doubt. We get up to all this and more on The Next E…
 
This week we look into the early days of MEGA-BAND, U2. Still fresh faced and barely a set of pubes between them, they embark on their most openly spiritual album to date. They have yet to fully shed the cocoon of their influences to emerge as beautiful butterflies on "War" but the youthful exuberance still wins the day. Check it out!…
 
This week, we brave the smoky skies to huddle up in 117X to reminisce on our 20's and The Strokes second album. Room On Fire (2003). Does every New York band get compared to The Velvet Underground? Do they do heroine better in New York City or Seattle? Are Swiss boarding schools a breeding ground for gritty garage rock? All these questions answered…
 
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