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Two guys who survived the 90s Northwest Music Explosion and have the battle scars to prove it. Talk about the music of the times, their band and what went wrong (and occasionally right), the culture of the pacific northwest during the 70s, 80s and 90s, what it's like growing up in a very, very small town with a yearning to ROCK and the usual sex, drugs and...wait, how does that go? I swear there's one more thing...

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Two guys who survived the 90s Northwest Music Explosion and have the battle scars to prove it. Talk about the music of the times, their band and what went wrong (and occasionally right), the culture of the pacific northwest during the 70s, 80s and 90s, what it's like growing up in a very, very small town with a yearning to ROCK and the usual sex, drugs and...wait, how does that go? I swear there's one more thing...

    Episode 2.9 - It Came From 1991

    Episode 2.9 - It Came From 1991

    Does anyone remember the year 1991? We do and clearly from the title of this episode we talk about it. What do we ramble on about that has to do with 1991? Well, all the great (and not-so-great) records that came out. Records that changed the world! The world and elsewhere! Listen to the thrilling reading of the list by Scott! Look on in awe as we mention Neil Diamond AND Barry Manilow in the same hour!

    There’s also talk about haircuts and mustaches, organs and keyboards appearing where they shouldn’t, Diamond Dave retiring from his ego, Buzz Osborne once again being a dick to the mighty Matt Lukin, and the lack of seatbelts when listening to some of these records. Check out this one and see if we mention anything of relevance to your life of 1991! Or not! I have more exclamation points!!!

    • 1 hr 46 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

OlyGhost ,

Nostalgic

I love this show. The guys are so funny. It’s especially great if you’re from the Pacific Northwest and you understand their references. Even if you don’t, it’s still well worth listening to if you love music

Merry Kerry ,

90s Fun!

I had a lot of fun listening to this podcast. It brought up some 90s memories that I love and you could tell they enjoyed doing too. Looking forward to more episodes...

erika917 ,

This is more entertaining than it has a right to be

Stop being so hilarious and charming.

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