51 episodes

Life Was Peachy is the best podcast about the most questionable music of the mid-to-late 90’s and early 2000’s. Each episode is a deep dive into a classic nu metal album with the benefit of 20 years of hindsight to find out just what happened back then and what it amounts to in this brave nu world. Host Andrew Cahak is joined by various guests including comedians, musicians, and other people of interest. Some will have very passionate things to say, some may barely be able to stomach the stuff, and some have never heard nu metal before. Whatever the case, it will be a fun conversation with plenty of background information and just the right amount of irreverence.

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    • 5.0 • 32 Ratings

Life Was Peachy is the best podcast about the most questionable music of the mid-to-late 90’s and early 2000’s. Each episode is a deep dive into a classic nu metal album with the benefit of 20 years of hindsight to find out just what happened back then and what it amounts to in this brave nu world. Host Andrew Cahak is joined by various guests including comedians, musicians, and other people of interest. Some will have very passionate things to say, some may barely be able to stomach the stuff, and some have never heard nu metal before. Whatever the case, it will be a fun conversation with plenty of background information and just the right amount of irreverence.

    Life Was Peachy: Wither Blister Burn + Peel by Stabbing Westward with Brian Lake

    Life Was Peachy: Wither Blister Burn + Peel by Stabbing Westward with Brian Lake

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Brian Lake (Buildings, Curve) to discuss 1995’s synth-heavy sophomore album Wither Blister Burn + Peel by Stabbing Westward.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 1 hr 55 min
    Life Was Peachy: Dysfunction by Staind with Woody

    Life Was Peachy: Dysfunction by Staind with Woody

    “I think it's... Emo Godsmack"

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Woody (Change In The House of Pods: A Podcast About Deftones, The Pit on 93X) to discuss 1999’s Dysfunction by Staind.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 2 hr 25 min
    Life Was Peachy: Antipop by Primus with Lee Cater

    Life Was Peachy: Antipop by Primus with Lee Cater

    "Do you think Les Claypool was ever into building Rube Goldberg machines?"

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Lee Carter (Five Watt Coffee, Big Watt, Screw Tool, tons of bands) to discuss 1999’s Antipop by Primus.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 2 hr 25 min
    Life Was Peachy: Drawing Black Lines by Project 86 with Brad Gunnarson

    Life Was Peachy: Drawing Black Lines by Project 86 with Brad Gunnarson

    "Could this be an Insane Clown Posse song?"

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Brad Gunnarson (Statusfear Media, Copycats Media) to discuss 2000’s Drawing Black Lines by Project 86.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 2 hr 45 min
    Life Was Peachy: 13 Ways To Bleed On Stage by Cold with Andy Mattfield

    Life Was Peachy: 13 Ways To Bleed On Stage by Cold with Andy Mattfield

    “If [Incubus' Make Yourself] was Wreck Yourself, it'd be this album."

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Andy Mattfield (Twin Cities comedian, Hard Day Diaries podcast) to discuss 2000’s 13 Ways To Bleed On Stage by Cold.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 2 hr 22 min
    Life Was Peachy: Peachy Picks 2: The Shape Of Punk To Come by Refused with Knol Tate

    Life Was Peachy: Peachy Picks 2: The Shape Of Punk To Come by Refused with Knol Tate

    “To be fair, [New Noise] has become a bit of jock jam.”

    In this episode of Life Was Peachy's Peachy Picks, host Andrew Cahak is joined by Knol Tate (Killsadie, The Hidden Chord, Askeleton, Satellite Voices, Deleter, Trapped In A World: The Howard The Duck Podcast) to discuss 1998’s groundbreaking album The Shape Of Punk To Come by Refused.

    For more info, check out lifewaspeachy.com and @LifeWasPeachy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 2 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

RebeLLeader ,

Are we best friends?!?

I found the place to share my shame. Can’t wait to see what other albums this guys reviews. He loves Will Haven!! I don’t know anyone else but me that Loves Will Haven and i know at least 400 people, probably. if you’re 40 and pretend to cringe when Mudvayne comes on the ol Ipod, but actually you wanna bang your head and scream at the heavens, this is your podcast.

CyclePoet ,

Great Music Podcast

Highly recommend this podcast. Andrew and his guests take us back to bands and albums we either feel nostalgic for, or wish we could forget. Both informative and entertaining, Life Was Peachy is a great music commentary podcast on a genre of music very much of its time.

knoltate ,

Cahak Kills

My favorite podcast about my least favorite subject.

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