Eric is a longtime contributor to the show, music and book video blogger and pop culture archaeologist.
We revisit and discuss the overlooked, under-appreciated, forgotten, and not so forgotten albums of 1991
90s Film and television were full of fictitious bands and musical artists - some worthy of revisiting, some best left on dusty VHS cassettes
Our patrons join us to discuss their favorite record labels of the 1990s, including Touch and Go, Estrus, Revelation, Lookout, and many more
Combining old school rockabilly and country on 1995's Dirt Track Date, Southern Culture on the Skids filter it through 1980s college rock
For our 500th episode of the podcast, we've convened our biggest roundtable ever to discuss Nirvana's legendary 1991 album Nevermind
Animal Bag's self-titled 1992 debut album is a prime example of a band with one foot in '80s metal and the other in '90s alternative grunge
The Galactic Cowboys bring plenty of riffs to their third album Machine Fish, but did they need an outside producer to help reign them in?
Turbonegro were at the forefront of the late 90s Scandanvian underground rock movement, we check out their 1998 album Apocalypse Dudes
From charity comps to label samplers, the 1990s may have been the peak decade for compilation albums.
Scotty Morris of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy talks Swingers, the 1999 Super Bowl and the arc of swing music in the 90s.
Cranberries, Live, Blues Traveler, Hootie & The Blowfish and more sold millions and dominated radio in the 90s only to disappear in the '00s
Where the 90s the ultimate decade for movie soundtracks? Can a great soundtrack redeem a mediocre movie?
Mother Love Bone released their one and only album Apple 25 years ago, we revisit with Eric Peterson from the Love That Album podcast
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