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Emma in Scotland
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I love this podcast..... 90s alternative, rock, emo, metal.... So many albums I'd forgotten or passed by first time around. Thanks guys for the reminders

The Goods.

Kent F.
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If you're of a certain age, and like me, could talk about music until you're blue in the face, I encourage you to check out this podcast, it's awesome. The most recent installment, featuring a lengthy interview with one of my favourite artists, Matthew Sweet, is fantastic. In the back of my mind for years I always wanted to have a radio show on public or indie radio where I just talked about what I dug with a co-host/guests, but I'm too lazy to do the legwork. This is that show. I wish I could be on with Tim and Jason the hosts. We are brothers from another mother.

Love it

Ital Galore
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Been listening to this for a while a lot of old episodes to get through _ great hearing the Americans POV on classic English and Australian albums of the 1990s has made me dig out a lot of forgotten gems of my youth - it’s important for people to remember that we did have more that grunge way back when - would love these guys to starts doing shows on albums made in the 1980s

510 Whiskey For The Holy Ghost by Mark Lanegan