It’s finally here – the next installment of ‘Time Travel Radio’! Download (or stream) to get your ears serenaded with some kick-butt tunes from 1973 that were ‘hand-picked’ by yours truly. There’s a few staples, some new (to me) tracks, and a few surprises. Hell – there’s even a “bonus track!” A first for TTR.
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BLOCK ONE: Song – Album – Artist Rock and Roll, Hootchie Koo – All American Boy – Rick Derringer Pony Express – Call of the Wild – Amboy Dukes Smokin’ in the Boy’s Room – Yeah! – Brownsville Station Long Train Runnin’ – The Captain and Me – The Doobie Brothers Razamanaz – Razamanaz – Nazareth Dream On – Aerosmith – Aerosmith Let It Ride – Bachman–Turner Overdrive II – Bachman–Turner Overdrive All The Way From Memphis – Mott – Mott the Hoople
BLOCK TWO: Song – Album – Artist Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers – Tres Hombres – ZZ Top BDB – Billion Dollar Babies – Alice Cooper Rock the Nation – Montrose – Montrose Poison Whiskey – (Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd) – Lynyrd Skynyrd Turn The Page – Back in ’72 – Bob Seger Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – Black Sabbath Breadfan – Never Turn Your Back on a Friend – Budgie We’re an American Band – We’re an American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
BLOCK THREE: Song – Album – Artist Keep Yourself Alive – Queen – Queen Weeping Widow – Electric Jewels – April Wine The Real Me – Quadrophenia – The Who Band on the Run – Band on the Run – Paul McCartney & Wings Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) – The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle – Bruce Springsteen Rocky Mountain Way – The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get – Joe Walsh Freedom – Volcanic Rock – Buffalo Stealin’ – Sweet Freedom – Uriah Heep
BLOCK FOUR: Song – Album – Artist Do You Feel Like We Do – Frampton’s Camel – Peter Frampton Woman from Tokyo – Who Do We Think We Are – Deep Purple Radar Love – Moontan – Golden Earring The Song Remains The Same – Houses of the Holy – Led Zeppelin I Can’t Wait Much Longer – Twice Removed from Yesterday – Robin Trower Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) – Goats Head Soup – The Rolling Stones If You Want To Get To Heaven – The Ozark Mountain Daredevils – Ozark Mountain Daredevils The Rocker – Vagabonds of the Western World – Thin Lizzy
Disciples!! Thanks for tuning in for another chat and some more independent music!
In this episode we’ll discuss some current events, well check in to see what Nate’s been listening to lately, we’ll enjoy some independent music from Southern Smoke and Savage Dawn, and we’ll wrap the show tackling Classic Rock.com’s list of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Worst-To-Best’ releases.
Have a great week! \m/
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In this episode we’ll discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Plague of Stars from the United States of America and Sanktuary from Canada, we’ll discuss some tidbits from the music-related podcast community in the Podcast Roundup, and we’ll wrap the show discussing a couple of Nick Menza Top 10 Megadeth songs lists.
In this episode we’ll discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Infiltrate Neutralize Govern (ING) from Africa and Angerhead from the USA, we’ll wrap the show with some tidbits from the music-related podcast community in the Podcast Roundup!
2 Minute Metal Meltdown:
1. Ex-MORBID ANGEL Frontman DAVID VINCENT Performs Original Country Song ‘Drinking With The Devil’
Seventh Star is the twelfth studio album by British band Black Sabbath, released in January 1986. The release came at a difficult time as the group had just finished a highly contentious tour, experiencing conflicts within the band. With guitarist and songwriter Tony Iommi being the sole original member left, musicians Geoff Nicholls, Eric Singer, and Dave Spitz contributed to the album, playing keyboards, drums, and bass, respectively. Glenn Hughes, ex-Deep Purple bassist and vocalist, was lead singer but did not play bass on this release. Musically, it features a blues rock influenced sound that moved from the group’s traditional heavy metal to a more eclectic style.
The album was the group’s first release without bassist Geezer Butler, who left the band in 1984 after the aforementioned Born Again tour. It was originally written, recorded, and intended to be the first solo album by Iommi, as shown by the musical experimentation. However, due to pressures by Warner Bros. Records and the prompting of band manager Don Arden, the record was billed as Black Sabbath featuring Tony Iommi. Later releases label the album as simply by Black Sabbath.
Despite the issues behind the release’s production, it earned major commercial success, reaching #78 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Album: Thunder in the East
Song: Crazy Nights
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—————————————————————————– Pantera Top Ten
10. A New Level – Vulgar Display Of Power
9. The Sleep – Cowboys From Hell
8. I’ll Cast A Shadow – Reinventing The Steel
7. The Underground In America/Sandblasted Skin – The Great Southern Trendkill
6. Becoming – Far Beyond Driven
5. It Makes Them Disappear – Reinventing The Steel
4. War Nerve – The Great Southern Trendkill
3. Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks – Far Beyond Driven
2. 13 Steps To Nowhere – The Great Southern Trendkill
1. Revolution Is My Name – Reinventing The Steel
10. Strength Beyond Strength Far Beyond Driven
9. This Love – Vulgar Display Of Power
8. Mouth For War – Vulgar Display Of Power
7. Becoming – Far Beyond Driven
6. A New Level – Vulgar Display Of Power
5. 5 Minutes Alone – Far Beyond Driven
4. Cowboys From Hell – Cowboys From Hell
3. Cemetery Gates – Cowboys From Hell
2. Fucking Hostile – Vulgar Display Of Power
1. Walk – Vulgar Display Of Power
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For our final song, we’re premiering a new segment called ‘One Mother of a Cover,’ where we will highlight a kick-ass cover track that we (or just I or just Nate) feel that you MUST hear.
Album: Another Brick in the Wall E.P.
Song: Another Brick in the Wall
Please, bands, do NOT have autoplay initiated on your websites! It is VERY annoying.
5. Paralysis from New Jersey have announced that the New Jersey based radio station the WRAT in ‘South Jersey’ is going to feature the band later this month. They asked the band for three songs, but since the band didn’t have the album ready, they recorded two more promo versions of the songs “Tensions” and “Wallow Through Endless Streams.” Paralysis have decided to release “Tensions” for streaming for your listening pleasure. https://youtu.be/0MCPP5P8MqU
8. Hellmotz will be releasing their ‘South Born’ will be released next week! “South Born” was recorded at Studio Anubis, in their home town of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil. The production, mixing and mastering were under the responsibility of Aldo Carmine. The cover art was created by the tattoo artist Bismarck Baioni. http://www.hellmotz.com/
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FINAL DISCUSSION TOPIC or SEGMENT:
Gene’s homework: Pantera songs with backing tracks?
Yes, Metal Magic had them, Projects in the Jungle had them, I am the Night had them, Power Metal had them, Cowboys from Hell had them (Psycho Holiday doesn’t though, Message in Blood has no backing guitar but dual-guitar leadwork), Vulgar Display of Power has them on Mouth for War, at the end of A New Level’s lead, Fucking Hostile, This Love, By Demons be Driven has some, Hallow does as well. (6 of 11)
Far Beyond Driven has them in tracks 1,6, and a bunch songs have no lead section. Great Southern Trendkill has them, Reinventing the Steel has at least 3 (Death Rattle, It Makes Them Disappear does in the very beginning of the lead but it’s VERY short, and I’ll Cast a Shadow does) as well as some songs with no leads.
Quick News Bites:
5. Found out why American Head Charge will not be performing at first Ave: “…we love First Ave. it’s just that we are doing a full headliner set Turf Club on Sat. 12/27 for our Holiday Hangover show. Hope to see y’all there!”
Nate and Gene homework: Listened to and we discuss St. Anger/Metallica
(Remember to deduct 1 point on all ratings. It’s the ‘Metallica’ factor…
Frantic – not the worst Metallica song. Not even close to the best. Every time he sings “Frantic-tic-tic-toc” tries to sound ‘frantic’ – I chuckle. No lead… 2.5 stars out of 5.
St. Anger – Nice thrashy part in there. Then it dies when the first verse comes in. That horrible snare sounds very much distracts me on this one. Keys work, but feels very un-Metallica to me as they’re SO present in the chorus. Song is way too long for what it is – almost like they thought that they needed to write something outside of the “radio length” that they’d done with the previous 2 albums. No lead… 2.5 stars out of 5
Some Kind of Monster – Sort of a passive lead going on here. Long intro on this one almost made me fast forward to the next song. 8.5 minute song? Not looking forward to this one. Lyrically stunted – not up to 80’s Metallica standards at all when James killed at turning a phrase. Ugh – chorus fell flat, no payoff for this lame-ass song so far and I’m not even half of the way through it. Dear god – why hasn’t someone fixed that snare by now?! These guys are millionaires – they can afford a new snare if it can’t be replaced. Finally – the bridge! Oh, weak. End of the song starting to get interesting – oh wait, more lyrics and another chorus to destroy it even more. What’s this? A TERRIBLE ENDING!! UGH! No lead!! Some kind of horrible song. 0 stars out of 5
Dirty Window – That god-damned snare is killing yet another song. So far, this one is better than Some Kind of Monster, but still lame-ass. Zero interest in this one lyrically. Lame laughing portion dropped more points. Whiny ‘Iiiiiiii’ ‘Iiiiiii’ singing part – lose even more point. No lead. Fail. 1 out of 5
Thank god – Spotify played a commercial. I needed a break from that snare and these horrible lyrics. Oh dammit – another long song on a horrible album so far. Not looking forward to this one. Worst homework project ever…
Invisible Kid – This intro shows the most promise, but that god-damned snare ruins it again. This song sounds better than the last two though so far. Oh great, the lyrics are right there with the snare – they ruin the song. Dear god – he’s still singing. Stop and get to a lead!! Nope – no lead, only more lyrics. Ugh. Trying to make it through – WHAT! I’m only half of the way through this 8.5-minute song!! Singing is getting worse! Inconceivable! No lead. 1 out of 5
My World – Another promising intro, but I’ve been fooled before. Oh – there’s the chorus. I vomit. Lyrically lame-ass AGAIN! I could easily fix this song with better lyrics and an unbroken snare. No lead, but a bass ‘featured’ riff. The lyrics at the end just cost them another .25 point. 2 out of 5.
Shoot Me Again – So far, this song isn’t as horrible as the last 4 or so. Oh wait – “shoot me again – I ain’t dead yet” ruins it. Ok, this song is one of the better ones on the album, but that damned “bridge” section or whatever you’d call it (“shoot me again – I ain’t dead yet”) needs to go. A lead may have helped it out, too. 2.75 out of 5
Sweet Amber – Ahh, there we go. Back to the suck. Has some interesting ideas in it, but the lyrics just lose it for me, and that damn snare debacle. Oh – the ending is getting interesting. No, wait – another chorus to kill it. Ugh. Rookies… No lead again. 1.75 out of 5.
The Unnamed Feeling – What?! Another weak-sounding song? Must still be listening to St. Anger. Will it ever end? No, it doesn’t. Lyrically lame again, bad singing on this one AGAIN! Well color me shocked. No lead. 1 out of 5
Purify – Ok, I’m digging this intro again, but waiting to be disappointed. Yep – there it is. There are a couple of good riffs that could be used in a better song. Maybe I’ll steal them and write something better than this dreck. No lead. 1.75 out of 5
All Within my Hands – I can’t believe how much Lars is in love with snare sound on this. Yuck. Featured in it’s own little section to start off this song. Sounds a little more experimental to start, but then falls short again once the lyrics start. Oh great, and it’s 8.75 minutes. Will Metallica finish strong here? I’m doubting it. So far, at almost 1/2 of the way through, I’m losing hope. There’s a few riffs here and there that are cool, but too few and far between. The bad parts overpower any little nuggets of good. “Kill Kill Kill Killl Kill Kill Killl Kiiillll!” LAAAAMEEE! This just became the 2nd worst song on the album. .5 out of 5
Hetfield trying hard to sound “angry” and “Metal” at times. Almost seems like he’s trying too hard. Some singing was so bad I almost felt bad for James.
HORRIBLE snare sound. Guitar sounds are a bit weak.
Lyrically it’s stunted. Not up to Metallica’s standards from ‘…And Justice For All’ and previous releases.
Overall, I can understand Metallica wanting to venture into other avenues of music, like Pop Metal and Nu Metal. Lots of bands experiment with the “current flavor” of the times. (Kiss with Disco, etc.)
According to setlist.fm, here are the breakdowns of how many times these songs have been played live:
Frantic has been played 180 times, the most from this album
St. Anger has been played 172 times, the 2nd most from this album.
Dirty Window has been played 31 times live.
The Unnamed Feeling has been played 17 times live.
Some Kind of Monster has been played 3 times live.
All Within my Hands has been played 2 times live.
Sweet Amber has been played 1 time live.
Invisible Kid, Shoot Me Again, My World and Purify have been played 0 times live.
Total live plays from this album: 406 with 11 songs. St. Anger was released in 2003
To give you an idea on how bad these songs are, this album had tour support and everything. Here’s the breakdown from Death Magnetic released in 2008 – 5 years later:
1. “That Was Just Your Life” played 170 times
2. “The End of the Line” played 149 times
3. “Broken, Beat & Scarred” played 156 times
4. “The Day That Never Comes” played 155 times
5. “All Nightmare Long” played 102 times
6. “Cyanide” played 175 times
7. “The Unforgiven III” played 7 times
8. “The Judas Kiss” played 30 times
9. “Suicide & Redemption” (Instrumental) played 2 times
10. “My Apocalypse” played 37 times
Total live plays from this album: 983 with 10 songs. 577 more plays overall.
Album: The Great Southern Trendkill
Song: 13 Steps to Nowhere
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