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Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
129
Type
Album Review
Post Date
Jul 2, 2013

Hoodoo Gurus

Crank

Label
Zoo Entertainment
Release year
1994
Producer
Ed Stasium

1994's Crank marks the Hoodoo's attempt at injecting some alternative rock sound into their trademark power pop.

The requested review for this week is from our familiar friend Gavin, who takes us back down under with the Hoodoo Gurus. Coming late in a successful career, 1994's Crank marks the Hoodoo's attempt at injecting some alternative rock sound into their trademark power pop. Does it work? Tune into find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - The Right Time
  • 3:39 - History of the Band
  • 10:13 - Crossed Wires
  • 13:05 - Less Than A Feeling
  • 22:01 - Hypocrite Blues
  • Outro - Quo Vadis

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