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The Loudini Rock & Roll Circus brings you entertaining and inspiring stories about today's emerging artists as well as the stories of our most loved classic artistsl. We also do weekly live music podcast with a focus on hard rock and metal. where we play new acts and discuss fun music related topics

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The Loudini Rock & Roll Circus brings you entertaining and inspiring stories about today's emerging artists as well as the stories of our most loved classic artistsl. We also do weekly live music podcast with a focus on hard rock and metal. where we play new acts and discuss fun music related topics

    Iron Maiden's Number of The Beast; Album Retrospective

    Iron Maiden's Number of The Beast; Album Retrospective

    Do you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today? Then you're gonna want to hang out with the coolest fans and musicians ever collected, in one place online HERE: http://LouLombardiRocks.com 
     
     
     In 1982 Iron Maiden unleashed "Number of the Beast" on the world. It was their third studio album and the first to feature the now iconic vocals of former Samson singer, Bruce Dickinson. On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus we pay homage to the album that rained thunder now upon the music world and change heavy metal forever.  Also this week, Keith, Lily and Lou welcome guest podcaster Emmy Susani host of the "Chats with the Freak" podcast.   Featured Loudini Artists:  LoveBone (from the compilation, Skater Rock 1/2/3)   Madzilla LV    Neverwake   Lou Lombardi's Strangelove
     
     Check out the podcast here   https://youtu.be/Pltk_C-UDVE
    Get ready to rock out with your talk out NOW!
     
    Topics Discussed:
    Album Bio
    Little Known Facts:
    Due to Bruce Dickinson's contractual obligations to his previous band, Samson, he could not legally take part in the songwriting of the album. Instead, he made what he called "moral contributions" to the writing process.
    The recording and mixing of Number Of The Beasttook place in only 5 weeks. They had spent too much of their time writing new material for the album.
    There are rumors that the recording process was cursed due to the occult nature of the album - equipment broke and lights turned on and off in the studio.
    Producer Martin Birchwas in a car accident with a mini-bus during the recording. The passengers in the mini-bus were a group of nuns and to make things even creepier, the bill for the repairs was £666.
    "Total Eclipse" was the B-side to "Run To The Hills." The band still regrets that decision to this day and wish they had used "Gangland" instead.
    The title "Number Of The Beast" was inspired by a nightmare bassist Steve Harrishad after watching the horror film Omen III: The Final Conflict.
    The album was heavily opposed by the right wing and social conservatives upon release. People organized events where they would burn the album and smash it with hammers.
    The tour behind the album was also met with protests. Leaflets were handed to people outside the venues and someone even brought a 25-foot cross to one show.
    The album's artwork was originally designed for the song "Purgatory" but was saved for a bigger release.  
    Number Of The Beastwas reissued in 1995 but incorrectly gave a songwriting credit to original vocalist Paul Di'Anno. 
     
     
    Ranking tracks:
    Invanders 7
    Children of The Dammed 4
    The Prisoner 6
    22 Accia Ave 5
    Number of the Beast 3
    Run to the Hills 2
    Gangland 8
    Hallowed By Thy Name 1
     

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    Spotify; The Good The Bad & The Ugly

    Spotify; The Good The Bad & The Ugly

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    Like it or not, Spotify is here to stay (at least for now). You may have asked yourself, "Why bother with offering free downloads or attempting to sell music online, when all people need to do it go to Spotify and stream it???" On today’s call we will explore the challenges and possibilities that Spotify presents
     
     
    Topics Discussed:
     
    Artist Profile
     
    have an interesting bio
     
    "exposure"
     
    spotify's goal: build wealth for share holders... help them do that by building your business
     
    you don't need to put ALL of your music on spotify
     
    Playlists
     
    Spotify Algorithm: 
    https://hackernoon.com/spotifys-discover-weekly-how-machine-learning-finds-your-new-music-19a41ab76efe
     
    Spotify as part of your album release plan
     
    Additional Reference: 
    https://www.electrowow.net/8-ways-to-grow-your-fanbase-with-spotify
     
    https://blog.tunego.com/spotify-tips-musicians-music/
     
    https://heroic.academy/spotify-marketing-strategy/
     

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    Bands where the drummer is the best musician in the band

    Bands where the drummer is the best musician in the band

    Do you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today? Then you're gonna want to hang out with the coolest fans and musicians ever collected, in one place online HERE: http://LouLombardiRocks.com 
     Check out the podcast here   https://youtu.be/QX6zW3hL67w
     It's been said that a band with a bad drummer is a BAD BAND! The proof of this statement is evident when you hear a band and it's obvious that the drummer is the only guy/gal who can actually play. On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus Podcast we talk about 10 bands where the drummer is the best musician in the band.  Featured Loudini Artists:   Lou Lombardi's Strangelove   Suaka   Shun The Raven
     
    With special guest Bill Domiano from the Pa Rock Show Podcast parockshow.com
     
    Nirvana
    Tool
    Motley Crue
    Rush
    Vanilla Fudge
    Sevendust
    Slayer (Dave Lombardo)
    Korn
    Pearl Jam/Soundgarden (Matt Cameron)
    Slaugher/Vince Neil Solo
    Missing Persons
    Genesis
    Mickey Dee (Motorhead)
     

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    10 Video Ideas to Entertain Fans

    10 Video Ideas to Entertain Fans

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    On this week's Mastermind Call we wanted to give you some fun ideas on how you could entertain fans with fun videos until you are able to get out and play shows again.
     
    Topics Discussed:
     
    A day in the life
     
    Interview with other musician friends or band members
     
    Interview your significant other about your being a musician
     
    Write a song with your fans
     
    Practice your instrument with your fans
     
    Share your non music hobby or interest
     
    Listen to your favorite records (or one of your records) with your fans
     
    Watch a movie or TV series with your fans
     
    Fan videos
     
    Influencer video
     
    Challenge video
     
    Additional Reference: 
    https://diymusician.cdbaby.com/musician-tips/build-superfan-32-viral-video-ideas-busy-musicians/
     
     
     
     

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    I'm doing social media all wrong...and you probably are too!

    I'm doing social media all wrong...and you probably are too!

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     Are you posting on Twitter, Instagram, and even Facebook on a consistent basis but getting NO CONVERSIONS? On this week's Mastermind Call we discuss the murky world of creating content that ACTUALLY converts!
     
    Topics Discussed:
    Post engagement (likes, shares, comments) does not equal fans
     
    You can't get what you want... 'til you know what you want
     
    What have fans responded to in the past?
     
    Focus groups and polling... what's wrong with the industry
     
    Honesty... being who you really are vs second guessing
     
    Combine your knowledge with testing... you gotta start somewhere
     
    not all social media channels are created equal
     
    make friends... interact
     
     
    Additional Reference: 
     
    https://www.postplanner.com/blog/how-to-find-content-your-fans-will-love/
     

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    The Greatest Crash Songs of All Time!

    The Greatest Crash Songs of All Time!

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     From Jan & Dean's "Dead Man's Curve " to Primus's "Jerry was a Race Driver" the car crash or motorcycle crash song is a staple of rock and metal. This week on the Loudini Rock & Roll Circus we count down the greatest crash songs of all time  Featured Loudini Artists:  
    We Came From Space   Lou Lombardi's Strangelove  
    Reign of Z   Blindstone
     Topics Discussed:
    Bat out of Hell; Meatloaf
    Kiss Them For Me; Souxsie & the Banshees
    Wreck on The Highway: Bruce Springsteen
    Dead Man's Curve: Jan & Dean
    Dead in the Ditch: DRI
    Cannibal Corpse: Shredded Humans
    James Dean: Eagles
    7-11: Ramones
    Last Kiss: Wayne Cochran/Pearl Jam
    Leader of the Pack: Leader of the Pack
    Jerry was a Racecar Driver: Primus
    American Pie: Don McClain
    Lightning Crashes: LIVE
    Airbag : Radiohead
    Don't Pass Me By: The Beatles

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