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Guitarist Christopher Thorn joins us for an indepth revist of their 1995 sophomore album Soup
We revisit the albums of 1998 that stood the test of time, that we discovered years later, that didn't hold up, and much more
Duran Duran were one of the most successful artists of the 80s. However, they entered the 90s on the decline.
American Thighs went platinum with three charting singles but did they falter with the followup?
We're talking the evolution of Metal in the 1990s, from Metallica to Helmet, Ozzy to Tool, and Kyuss to Pantera
Our Sophomore Slump Revisited Rountable series kicks off with Sponge's 1996 effort Wax Ecstatic
We revisit the albums of 1996 - the best, the overlooked, the biggest letdowns and those that have faded away
Van Halen started the 90s as one of the most popular rock acts in the world, but ended it unclear if the band still existed
We discuss the influences on, the influence of and the variety of female artists who made an impact on alternative and indie rock in the 90s
Seems like a 90s band is reuniting every week, we discuss with our roundtable the hopes, dreams and realities of bands getting back together
For episode 200, we're tackling one of the biggest, most ambitious releases of the 1990s - Use Your Illusion 1 and 2 by by Guns n' Roses
Discussion of "Christian Rock" and it's development in the '90s, and a legendary guitarist showing up on a b-side track.
We hook up with Edsel's former singer & guitarist Sohrab Habibion, currently wielding his axe in Obits to revisit Detroit Folly.
We try to determine if Weasels is the sound of '90s - a little punk, a little grunge, some melody and edginess, but pretty much just rock.
In the twenty-second episode of the Dig Me Out Podcast, Tim and Jason review the 1994 album Hot Boxing by Magnapop