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New opinions on old music, maybe.......hopefully. Join Simon and his rotating cast of goons and guests as they attempt to offer a slice of colour to retroactively reviewing albums and looking back at chart countdowns. Rock, Metal, Punk, Pop, Rap, Easy Listening, nothing is off limits probably aside from mumble-rap, we’re too old for that.
 
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Marketing Man 1 – “That ‘Shine’ album did ok, don’t you think?” Marketing Man 2 – “It didn’t sell as well as ‘Dance Zone Level 5’ though” MM 1 – “Different market, mate, different market. But this guitar music seems to be everywhere, and there’s a lot of it in the charts. I reckon we can make another compilation and make a quick buck or two” MM 2 –…
 
Hey! The Bizkit just released their new album after a massive 10 year wait and depending on your point of view it’s either a bit of a banger or they still suck, But for just now, forget about that. Instead allow Simon and Neil to whisk you back to 1999 when Fred and the boys dropped the Nu-Metal megahit to find out if it really is all about the ‘he…
 
GIRL! I wanna take you to a gay bar! But instead, let Simon and Stewart invite you to their own soirée, digging under the hood of Detroit band Electric Six’s initial long player offering. After long being vaunted by Mr. Boyd as underrated, we get the chance to listen for ourselves. One or maybe two hit wonders? Listen to the pod to find out. Get in…
 
Our old pal Little Simon rocks up again, joining Big Si to delve into 2001’s offering of muchos metal from the UK’s premier rock and metal Magazine, KERRANG! 39 tracks ranging from Wheatus to White Zombie via Monster Magnet & My Vitriol receive the Personal Jukebox appraisal in this, the longest episode so far! Get in touch with the show via email …
 
The time has come to take at least a cursory glance at one of the greatest debut albums of all time.Brothers Liam & Noel along with Mr. ‘Cooking with classical gas’ Tony McCarroll et al get the Jukeboxpod treatment from Simon and Ning. Get in touch with the show via email jukeboxpod@gmail.com or take a peek on Instagram @jukeboxpod or follow on Fac…
 
Finally we get to looking at an album that was kind of the impetus for this entire podcast, the first Shine Indie hits compilation from 1995. The Shine series of became a touchstone for the rapidly growing indie scene of the mid to late 1990s & tell the tale of the fast rise and slow decline of Britpop, whilst offering a vast selection of hits, cla…
 
Simon isn’t the biggest fan of 80s music and Gaz doesn’t particularly dig the chart music scene so what better idea for an episode than mixing both those bad boys together? The guys head back to a time when they were both 10 years old, a place inhabited by musical giants like Prefab Sprout, Maxi Priest, Belinda Carlisle & Phil Collins. We hear all …
 
Freak out and give in, doesn’t matter what you believe in.Stay cool and be somebody's fool this year. All of the Jukebox fan’s favourite wordsmith, Mr. Stewart Boyd joins Simon to look at the Smashing Pumpkins album Siamese Dream. Listen to find out how this all invokes discussion of Hall & Oates, Luther Blissett and Mayonaise’s claim to have the b…
 
Happy Birthday to us! Simon is joined by Neil Strong to celebrate the pod’s 1st Birthday. What better way to do so than to sit around, drink cider, compare each of our top 12 Smooth Radio-esque mega (?) hits and deliver a BUMPER episode? Get in touch with the show directly by email via Jukeboxpod@gmail.com Also Always follow us on the social media …
 
Simon is back with a new episode featuring Gaz Davies looking at Metallica’s much maligned album St.Anger. There’s lots of chat about the Some Kind of Monster film as well as Metallica’s MTV Icons celebration show. Is the album actually any good? Can the guys make it all the way though? Should Metallica fire James and bring in Avril Lavigne? Does S…
 
OH, AH, AH, AH, AH! Simon and Neil Strong make a Guinness world record attempt at the ‘Highest number of uses of the word LIKE in a podcast ever’. They take an in-depth look at the recent Download festival pilot event and somewhere in there they cover the debut 2000 album by Disturbed, The Sickness. Follow the show on Instagram @jukeboxpod search P…
 
Here’s your latest episode of the podcast focusing on Drowning Pool’s 2001 debut Nu-metal (?) album ‘Sinner’. Gaz Davies joins Simon to take a listen and find out if the Pool are more than just ‘Bodies’. Follow the show on Instagram @jukeboxpod or search for Personal Jukebox Podcast on Facebook. Alternatively, get in touch directly through jukeboxp…
 
Simon is joined once again by ‘The Idiot In The Middle’ Ning to look back on the UK singles Top 20 from late summer 2000. They discuss The Rock’s only ever uk chart hit, the reliance of dance music at the time on 70s licks, watching early Big Brother, if Mel C was the only Spice Girl who could actually sing then degenerate into a Dubstep finale and…
 
Ignore the intro, this is definitely episode 24, not 22. Simon(big) and Simon(little) bash their way though counting down the most downloaded songs from the 90s ever in the world. This chart is packed full of mainstream faves as well as Gangsta’s Paradise. We get an update on Little Si’s sex life, find out ‘No Pigeons’ is one of his fave songs ever…
 
Take a fanboy of one of early 90s hard rock’s favourite bands and throw in a guy who has heard nothing by that same collective and you get this episode. Simon has long been a die-hard Skid Row fan and attempts to peddle their 1995 third album to the Bearded Warrior Mr. Neil Strong. The guys cover a lot of ground on this one and try to answer the et…
 
OH YOU DIDN’T KNOW? YO AZZ BETTER CALL SOMEBODY!!! Maybe not one for the music purists this one but it’s Wrestlemania season! 20 years ago we would’ve been super-pumped to stay up into the early hours of a Monday morning and call in sick to work the next day. Come take a trip back to the WWF of the 80s & 90s right up to the WWE of 2000s as currentl…
 
Simon has throughout previous podcast episodes took jabs at Queen so what better way to resolve this than to enlist the help of Mr. Neil strong to hold his hand through each and every track of the band’s 2 greatest hits albums. Will he be converted and are Queen actually any good? follow the show on Instagram @jukeboxpod or on Facebook by searching…
 
Simon and Ning, 2 self-confessed NON-U2 fans take a deep dive into the band’s early career. Starting with the group’s debut album Boy, they check out all the keynotes right up to 1991’s Achtung Baby. Will they be converted into appreciators of Bono and they boys? Can The Edge play guitar without reverb? And are U2 actually any good? Check out the e…
 
Simon is joined by debutant host Lez to look at and listen to the 1995 album by The Wildhearts, P.H.U.Q. They cover some of the earlier tunes, the break-ups and arguments that have dogged the band alongside a discussion of Lez mowing down fellow co-host Ning ‘back in the day’. Follow the show on Instagram @jukeboxpox, search for Personal Jukebox Po…
 
Simon tells your boy Gaz about how he nearly broke his arm. They listen to R.A.T.M’s debut album, look at some of their later output and take in a few covers too. Follow the show on Instagram @jukeboxpod search for Personal Jukebox Podcast on Facebook or get in touch with the show directly jukeboxpod@gmail.com…
 
Simon and Neil take a gander over the top 20 singles chart from February 1997. Neil gushes over Barbara Streisand’s smooth grooves and they both discover that they actually love En Vogue’s back catalogue. No Doubt, Apollo Four Forty, Daft Punk, The Backstreet Boys & The Spice Girls all make an appearance. Please follow the show on Instagram @jukebo…
 
Give it to me baby! Simon is joined by everyone’s favourite co-host Little Si to look back on the career of one of California’s sons, The Offspring. The guys cover from the band’s debut in 1989, through the ban’d smash hit album, Smash &right up to the current day and this year’s Offspring Christmas offering. Get in touch directly with the show juk…
 
Simon is joined by a slightly inebriated Idiot in the middle ‘Ning’ Neil Garrett to look back at the Christmas top 20 from 1994, the first time Mariah peddled out her festive tune. Bon Jovi, Whigfield and the Power Rangers all drop in as well. Shoutouts from listeners are aired, along with a few of the guy’s favourite all-time Xmas songs. Merry Chr…
 
Alright partner, keep on rollin’ baby, you know what time it is.... Simon & Neil forgive Mr. Durst’s lack of spelling prowess & look back at Limp Bizkit’s highest selling album, Chocolate Starfish & the Hot Dog Flavored Water follow the show on Instagram, Facebook & now Twitter too. You can also get in touch direct to the mailbox via jukeboxpod@gma…
 
The concluding and second part of VH1's Metal countdown. Guns n' Roses, Black Sabbath, Motorhead and Richard Cheese are served up for your listening pleasure. Simon and Gaz cover the top 20 and offer some left-out suggestions. No sweat kids, there's no Napalm Death on this pod much to Gaz's chagrin. Follow the show on Instagram, Facebook or please …
 
Simon and Gaz take a look at VH1's All Time Metal Countdown. All the big boys from the seventies up until present day including Judas Priest, Metallica, Korn, Iron Maiden and ............... Oasis? At least one person on the pod is happy. Follow the show on Instagram, Facebook or get in touch directly jukeboxpod@gmail.com and don't forget to leave …
 
Come and listen to Simon and returning guest Stewart Boyd as they cast somewhat opposing eyes (or should that be ears?) over the album Q magazine hailed the GREATEST OF THE 20TH CENTURY! Radiohead's OK Computer. Great discussion and we don't even use the word 'pretentious' once! Follow the show on all the usual platforms, Facebook, Instagram or get…
 
Bust out your skateboard and spray can and get grinding and tagging as (Big) Simon is joined by (Little) Simon Ingram to look back at the Teenage Dirtbag compilation albums. If you're a fan of the early 00s pop punk including Blink 182, Sum 41 & Fall Out Boy as well as Hole, A, Feeder and even The Hollywood Undead then listen in. If you're not, the…
 
Bit of a jump forward in time this episode. Join Simon as he looks back at the Top 20 UK chart from 7/6/2009. Neil 'Ning' Garrett & Courtney G (A girl?) guest and offer insight on such luminaries as N-Dubz, Deadmau5 & Lady Gaga. Follow the show on Instagram: @jukeboxpod, on Facebook: search Personal Jukebox Podcast or contact us direct on jukeboxpo…
 
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