100 episodes

A podcast in which your host Aaron Martel picks a rock album (anything from soft rock to hard rock to heavy metal) and spends the episode talking about it and reviewing it. Informative, opinionated, and occasionally funny, the show highlights Aaron's genuine love (or hate) for the music discussed. Frequently guests ("co-pilots") co-host the show with Aaron. Are you not entertained? Rock on!

Ridiculous Rock Record Reviews Aaron Martel

    • Music Commentary
    • 4.9, 24 Ratings

A podcast in which your host Aaron Martel picks a rock album (anything from soft rock to hard rock to heavy metal) and spends the episode talking about it and reviewing it. Informative, opinionated, and occasionally funny, the show highlights Aaron's genuine love (or hate) for the music discussed. Frequently guests ("co-pilots") co-host the show with Aaron. Are you not entertained? Rock on!

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Sam_eat6string ,

I’m Only A Vessel

R4 is legendary among legends. With a broad vocabulary and a quick wit, Aaron leads the listener through albums that move us. It doesn’t matter what kind of music, he and Ray Z deliver a thorough analysis every time. You’re lucky to have stumbled upon this. 🤘🔥❤️

Future34 ,

Awesome podcast

I discovered the podcast because I wanted to hear a track by track review of Judas Priest stained class one of my favorite albums. I really like your guys knowledge of rock music and keep up the good work I just listened to your Stevie Ray Vaughn couldn’t stand the weather review loved it can wait to hear more reviews I would like to be on the podcast to talk about some of my favorite albums. 🤘🤘

pleeb ,

RnR Reviews Read to you

I WANT to like this podcast because they discuss a lot of bands I dig, but unfortunately the show sounds very stiff and boring. The host writes “flowery” reviews of the songs and reads them to you. He likes to throw in curse words to sound more “rock” but in the end it all just sounds robotic. Dude should just relax, and be a bit more spontaneous.

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