Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
126
Type
Album Review
Post Date
Jun 11, 2013

NY Loose

Year of the Rat

Label
Hollywood Records
Release year
1996
Producer
Julian Raymond

We've got some good old fashioned disagreement! Unique and original, or familiar and predictable?

We're back with another pick by Jason, and we've got some good old fashioned disagreement! Unique and original, or familiar and predictable? Where does the the 1996 album Year of the Rat by NY Loose fall? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Rip Me Up
  • 2:33 - History of the Band
  • 7:10 - Detonator
  • 8:53 - Sunday Morning
  • 12:23 - Broken
  • 17:37 - Rip Me Up
  • Outro - Trash the Given Chance

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