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Culture Dumps Episode 6: Lilith Fair
The Culture Dumps team (along with guest Audra Isadora) gears up for the most celebrated women’s music festival of all time, Lilith Fair! What started as the brain child of Sarah McLachlan and ended as a now forgotten chapter in popular music has just as many layers to the story one would expect from a … Continue reading "Culture Dumps Episode 6: Lilith Fair"
Culture Dumps Episode 4: Milli Vanilli part 2
We finish up our mini series on tragic pop stars Milli Vanilli. Their lip sync game catches up to them in the worst way. But was the blame fairly placed? It usually is not. Stay tuned for a very bizarre and touching KFC commericial.
Culture Dumps Episode 3: Milli Vanilli part 1
We dive into what was perhaps the biggest scandal in pop music history. Milli Vanilli was the sacrificial lamb of lip synching, a practice commonly used in today’s pop music. Perhaps they took it a step too far? Or were they puppets in a nefarious shadow organization of music industry moguls? Milli Vanilli were the … Continue reading "Culture Dumps Episode 3: Milli Vanilli part 1"
Culture Dumps Episode 2: Halloween Special
It’s time for our a Culture Dumps Halloween special! For the debut of our food-focused side series, “Culinary Dumps,” we discuss the infamous black bun clad Halloween Whopper. Enjoy, and don’t look into the toilet!
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Culture Dumps-Episode 1: Hands Across America
It’s getting to be that time to move on. After over two years of Podcast 99, we have nearly exhausted the subject. We will always keep this door open for when we unearth a new Woodstock 99 gem. Until then we have started our new podcast, Culture Dumps. As a promotion, we are going to … Continue reading "Culture Dumps-Episode 1: Hands Across America"
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This is possibly the greatest podcast I’ve heard. The hosts did a lot of work in preparing for this undertaking of investigating this end of the 90’s. I didn’t make it to the festival, but after this podcast I feel like I have been there. The hosts are funny and very knowledgeable when it comes to everything Woodstock 99, good and bad. They really do their work in investigating each band and piece of the Woodstock 99 puzzle. Will keep listening as more survivors and workers come forward.
I am much older than these guys and was out of the loop for Woodstock 1999, and hearing these guys deconstruct it really is entertaining. These guys are great at putting this music into historical context. This is a great piece of rock music journalism.
Always looking forward to new episodes of this podcast. For anyone who was in middle or high school around this time, it will bring back the memories of the bands and the culture back when the when 90s were flaming out.