The 1995 album Good Weird Feeling by Odds is the right combo of radio-friendly pop and alternative, so why didn't it score a hit single?
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I'm still working my way through the back catalog of the this podcast and enjoying every minute. From obscure one-album wonders to forgotten gems, if you have any affection for 90s rock, you are bound to find some wonderful bands you missed the first time around.
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.
Jay and Tim review a 90s related music topic each week, whether it be an album review, interview or focus on a band or genre. From the popular to the obscure, they constantly seek guidance from listeners on what to dig up next, with little fear of what they might find next. It's a great podcast for both revisiting CDs that may have collected dust in your collection for over 20 years and discovering new favorites that you never knew existed. As both musicians and former dj's both Jay and Tim have a unique approach to listening and rating music, I'll always gain some additional insight even when I'm extremely familiar with the subject. They release a new episode every week so you'll always have fresh content. Give it a try!