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The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast Chris Karson

    • Music
    • 4.7 • 38 Ratings

coda

    Episode 0102 - Code (The End)

    Episode 0102 - Code (The End)

    The final entry in for CRABA.  Thanks to all the supporters of the show!

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

George the fifth ,

This podcast Rocks!

First of all, I'd like to say that this podcast is great. You've got two hosts that are super-knowledgeable about the music and musci industry. Plus, they're fellow Canadians.

I do have one bone to pick, though: it's called the "Classic Rock Album-by-Album Podcast". But the fans of it call themselves CRABA-Crabs. Nice try. Album-by-Album is, correctly, hyphenated. That means us CRAP-y Craps. Maybe a mistake when choosing the name in the first place but, after 80 episodes, too late! I am proud to say I'm a fan of CRAP!

Like many CRAPpy fans, I came to the podcast looking for more knowledge about my favourite band, in this case The Who. Good thing my favourite band isn't Zeppelin, or I might have left. Luckily the CRAPpy hosts knew what they were talking about and I worked my way backwards through the episodes I'd missed and kept up with every new episode released.

Chris and Lee (and guest hosts) really know what they're talking about. They have tons of experience in the studio and know their way around the recording process and equipment. Which is why I didn't understand when, for a few episodes, it sounded like Chris was recording in a CRAPpy closet under his stairs. Maybe his family had banished him there. Anyway, the sound is much better now that he has been released.

Guess I'd better wrap this CRAP up. Don't want it to be as long as one of the CRAP episodes. Speaking of, they are long, so I usually listen to them on double speed, except for the musical excerpts. That means I have to toggle through the speed selections in the podcast app. Every once in a while, I miss one and end up listening to the CRAP on 1/2 speed. Try it.

So, thanks, boys for all the hard work and passion you put into every episode. The CRAPpiest podcast ever!

Matt (from Barrie)

dlcyh ,

After listening to the beginning of #0093 I realized you are not too concerned about being accurate

You podcast might be better if you had some idea of what the truth on certain subjects, events and people are rather than what you think you know. If this is a show about “what you think you know” great. Otherwise, from what I have heard, you are very mistaken about many facts.
In any case, I do wish you luck but your commentary is so misinformed that is is rather laughable.

Cheesewhiztravelsonbluetooth? ,

Wooou oowoah woow

Now these guys have a great thing goin! Not an episode goes by that isnt incredibly high quality content wise and most importantly funny. You guys sound so much better than my everyday voice! Hopefully you can track my buddy Laffy music in Ottawa for a show / meet! Please play the long game guys and spread the pod as you need too. Thanks a million!

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