In this podcast we review and discuss music with a focus on albums both new and old. Each week we select an album, give commentary on the history of the album and band, and ultimately decide which track we would scratch off. Back in the day when CDs and Vinyl records were the main ways of consuming music the downside was they would get scratched. The worst part was it would often happen to one of your favorite songs. In this game you get to choose the track you would scratch off. It's a fun game to play and will certainly stir up debate among your friends and music fans alike. Happy Scratching!
Did The Who Sell Out to create their first Masterpiece? - The Who Sell Out album Review
Join us on an epic musical voyage as we dive deep into one of the most iconic albums in rock history - "The Who Sell Out" by The Who!
In this exclusive album review, we'll share fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, and explore the cultural impact of this masterful record. Released in 1967, "The Who Sell Out" is a brilliant fusion of rock, pop, and psychedelic elements that marked a pivotal moment in the band's career.
Why was this album such a game-changer for The Who?
How did the band's innovative concept of a pirate radio broadcast influence the album's unique charm?
Did you know that "The Who Sell Out" was also one of the first albums to feature commercial jingles and quirky radio skits?
Join us as we take a deep dive into the historical context of this classic LP. Whether you're a die-hard fan of The Who or new to their legendary music, our review will offer insights and trivia that will deepen your appreciation for this timeless gem.
So, grab your headphones, immerse yourself in the music, and journey back to the swinging '60s with us! Make sure to hit that subscribe button and ring the notification bell to stay updated on our latest music reviews and classic album explorations.
Don't miss out on this musical adventure! Let's get started with our review of "The Who Sell Out" – a rock 'n' roll masterpiece! 🤟🎵📻
#TheWho #TheWhoSellOut #ClassicRock
Scratching Dookie by Green Day - Song to Song Breakdown
Join us as we take a trip down memory lane and dive deep into the iconic album that changed the face of punk rock forever. In this review, we explore every track, dissect the lyrics, and uncover the lasting impact of Green Day's "Dookie." From the rebellious anthems like "Basket Case" to the heartfelt ballads like "When I Come Around," we'll break down what makes this album an absolute masterpiece. Whether you're a die-hard Green Day fan or just discovering the magic of "Dookie" for the first time, this review will give you a newfound appreciation for this genre-defining album. Don't miss out on our in-depth analysis and celebration of this punk rock classic!
0:00 Green Day Dookie Song Review Begins
2:20 Having a Blast
8:20 Welcome to Paradise
10:35 Pulling Teeth
12:20 Basket Case
16:00 Sassafras Roots
17:20 When I Come Around
18:35 Coming Clean
20:35 Emenius sleepus
21:40 In the End
27:15 Dude's Scratch
28:35 Grimm's Scratch
#greenday #punk #punkrock
After 30 years is Dookie by Green Day a Masterpiece or really just Dookie?
Dookie by Green Day was released nearly 30 years ago. How has the album aged? Does it still hold up? Has it aged like a fine wine, or is it just a pile of dookie? Enjoy our episode as we answer these questions and go behind the scenes with one of the most iconic albums of the 90's
#greenday #dookie #punkrock
Is Band of Gypsys by Jimi Hendrix the greatest live album?
In this video, we dive deep into the legendary live album "Band of Gypsys" by the iconic Jimi Hendrix. Join us as we take a journey through the history, significance, and musical brilliance that makes this record an absolute classic.
Released in 1970, "Band of Gypsys" was a groundbreaking departure from Hendrix's previous work with the Experience. This album was recorded live at the Fillmore East in New York City and it showcases a new musical direction for Hendrix, incorporating funk, blues, and soul elements into his signature psychedelic rock sound.
We'll take an in-depth look at each of the album's six tracks, including the mesmerizing "Machine Gun," the groovy "Power to Love," and the soulful "Message to Love." Learn about the stories and inspirations behind these songs and why they remain fan favorites to this day.
Hendrix's Band of Gypsys featured the exceptional rhythm section of Billy Cox on bass and Buddy Miles on drums. We'll explore their chemistry and the impact they had on Jimi's music during this pivotal period.
We'll delve into Jimi Hendrix's creative vision during this time in his career and how "Band of Gypsys" represented a departure from his earlier work, showcasing his growth as an artist and his commitment to pushing musical boundaries.
Join us as we celebrate the timeless brilliance of Jimi Hendrix and his "Band of Gypsys." Whether you're a longtime fan or new to his music, there's something for everyone to appreciate in this monumental live album.
Don't forget to like, subscribe, and hit that notification bell to stay updated on our latest explorations of music history. Let us know in the comments your favorite track and the one track you would Scratch from "Band of Gypsys"
0:00 Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys Album Review
19:45 Who Knows
22:30 Machine Gun
29:05 Power to Love
31:10 Message of Love
32:25 We Gotta Live Together
34:45 Grimm's Scratch
35:55 Dude's Scratch
#JimiHendrix #MusicHistory #ClassicAlbums
Scratching De Stijl by The White Stripes - Song by Song Review
Welcome to our deep dive into "De Stijl," the second studio album by the iconic American rock duo, The White Stripes. Join us as we explore the artistry and significance of this album's songs in the context of the band's career and the broader world of music.
In this video, we'll take you track by track through "De Stijl," discussing the unique blend of blues, garage rock, and raw energy that Jack and Meg White brought to the table. From the infectious guitar riffs of "You're Pretty Good Looking (For a Girl)" to the haunting simplicity of "I'm Bound to Pack It Up," we'll delve into the musical nuances that make each song on this album a masterpiece in its own right.
0:00 The White Stripes De Stijl Song Review
0:35 You're Pretty Good Looking (for a girl)
1:35 Hello Operator
3:55 Little Bird
4:50 Apple Blossom
7:10 I'm Bound to Pack It Up
8:30 Death Letter
11:05 Sister, Do You Know My Name?
13:10 Truth Doesn't Make a Noise
14:50 A Boy's Best Friend
15:55 Let's Build a Home
17:20 Jumble, Jumble
18:30 Why Can't You Be Nicer to Me?
19:45 Your Southern Can Is Mine
22:20 Dude's Scratch
23:00 Grimm's Scratch
#thewhitestripes #musicreview #indiemusic
The White Stripes almost broke up before De Stijl!
The recording of the album "De Stijl" by The White Stripes marked a pivotal moment in the band's career and the modern rock music landscape. Released in 2000, this sophomore effort showcased the raw and minimalist sound that would become their signature. Recorded on an 8-track analog tape machine in a small Detroit studio, the album captured the essence of garage rock revivalism with its stripped-down instrumentation and electrifying energy. Jack White's frenetic guitar riffs and primal vocals, combined with Meg White's primal and no-frills drumming, created a sound that was both timeless and innovative. "De Stijl" drew inspiration from various musical genres, from blues to punk, and showcased the band's lyrical and musical prowess. With tracks like "Hello Operator" and "Apple Blossom," the album offered a glimpse into the White Stripes' musical craftsmanship, setting the stage for their meteoric rise in the years to come. It remains a crucial piece of the band's discography and a testament to their enduring influence on the alternative rock scene.
#jackwhite #thewhitestripes #indiemusic
This takes me back to the days of Comlag recording in Grimm's old basement and talking about some of these great albums. Can't think of two more authentic dudes to hear share their opinions and experiences of these records.
Great Podcast, Great thoughts!
One of you responded to me on reddit today on a modest mouse subreddit post. You guys have great insight, love the reporte, and love the podcast. Nice.
Love this podcast
The Scratch a Track format is genius... I remember how annoying it was when a disc would get scratched, and making a game out of that gives me a while new way to listen to my whole music collection. I appreciate the insights about music production and history, it’s just a fun conversation to listen in on.