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Mike Svensson, the lead singer of the bands Grand Rezerva, Dead Anarchy & Solid Rust and Phil Bowyer, co-founder of BoozeHound Entertainment talk about collecting and listening to vinyl records. Intro and Outro music by Grand Rezerva (http://grandrezerva.com).

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    • 3.7 • 3 Ratings

Mike Svensson, the lead singer of the bands Grand Rezerva, Dead Anarchy & Solid Rust and Phil Bowyer, co-founder of BoozeHound Entertainment talk about collecting and listening to vinyl records. Intro and Outro music by Grand Rezerva (http://grandrezerva.com).

    Black Sabbath - Mob Rules

    Black Sabbath - Mob Rules

    Welcome to a monumental episode of the Sounds On Vinyl show, where hosts Phil Bowyer and Mike Svensson delve into the legendary Black Sabbath album "Mob Rules." This episode is not only a deep dive into the iconic tracks but also marks a turning point for the show with not one, but two major announcements!
    Phil and Mike bring their unique perspectives to each song, debating and dissecting the nuances of Black Sabbath's work with Ronnie James Dio. From the electrifying "Turn Up the Night" to the haunting "Sign of the Southern Cross," they explore the evolution of the band's sound and Dio's incomparable influence on the music.
    But that's not all! As this chapter of the Sounds On Vinyl show comes to a close, stay tuned for the huge announcements that set the stage for exciting new ventures. Discover what's next for these passionate music aficionados, including a brand new Swedish podcast and an animated show!
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    Credits:
    Hosts:
    Mike Svensson Phil Bowyer
    Intro & Outro:
    Voice Over: Kate Bowyer Music: Dead Anarchy
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    Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!
    Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.
    Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.

    • 49 min
    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I

    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I

    In this episode of the "Sounds on Vinyl" podcast, hosts Phil Bowyer and Mike Svensson delve into the iconic debut album of Led Zeppelin, released in 1969. They begin by discussing the band's fearless approach to blending multiple genres, including rock, blues, and folk, highlighting the album's daring and innovative nature for its time. They examine each track in detail, praising the musicianship of each band member, especially John Bonham's exceptional drumming and Jimmy Page's guitar mastery.
    Songs like "Good Times Bad Times," "Dazed and Confused," and "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" are lauded for their groundbreaking elements, showcasing Led Zeppelin's unique ability to transform blues into something entirely new. However, they express mixed feelings about tracks like "Your Time is Gonna Come" and "Black Mountain Side," noting their experimental nature.
    The podcast also touches on the significance of the album's longer tracks, an uncommon feature in the late 60s, and how Led Zeppelin's boldness in song length and style paid off. They discuss the album's covers, particularly Willie Dixon's "I Can't Quit You Baby," as examples of Led Zeppelin's talent in reinterpreting and elevating blues music.
    Towards the end, Phil and Mike reveal that the next episode will be their final show, promising it to be an epic conclusion featuring one of the greatest heavy metal bands. They hint at a future project, indicating the end of "Sounds on Vinyl" in its current format but the beginning of something new and exciting in the world of music.
    Credits:
    Hosts:
    Mike Svensson Phil Bowyer
    Intro & Outro:
    Voice Over: Kate Bowyer Music: Dead Anarchy
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    Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!
    Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.
    Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.

    • 51 min
    Metallica - Ride The Lightning

    Metallica - Ride The Lightning

    Join Mike and Phil as they discuss the classic 1984 Metallica album Ride the Lightning! In this episode, they talk about how this album took thrash metal to new heights with incredible tracks like "Creeping Death," "Ride the Lightning," and "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
    Hear their thoughts on Metallica's evolution beyond their debut as they explore the more melodic songs like "Fade to Black" and the epic instrumental closer "Call of Ktulu." They analyze the lyrics, guitar work, and arrangements that made this record so groundbreaking. Even non-favorites like "Escape" and "Trapped Under Ice" get some reflection.
    Whether you're a long-time Metallica fan or new to their music, this funny and insightful discussion will give you a whole new appreciation for why Ride the Lightning remains one of the greatest thrash metal albums of all time. Get ready to ride the lightning with the latest episode of the Sounds On Vinyl show!

    • 36 min
    Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind

    Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind

    Join Phil and Mike as they dive into the iconic 1983 Iron Maiden album Piece of Mind.
    They discuss how this record was a breakthrough for lead singer Bruce Dickinson, allowing him to explore the full range of his vocal talents.
    The duo analyzes standout tracks like "Revelations", "The Trooper", and the epic closer "To Tame a Land", praising the complex compositions and seamless tempo changes.
    From the theatrics of the live show to the expert musicianship of the dual guitar attack of Dave Murray and Adrian Smith, Phil and Mike break down why this album is an effortless metal masterpiece that stands the test of time.
    Tune in for an in-depth look at a classic record that deserves its place among the best heavy metal albums of all time.
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    Links:
    Extended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.comPlaylists: https://soundsonvinyl.com/playlists Videos: https://soundsonvinyl.com/video Episode Collections:https://soundsonvinyl.com/collections If you really dig what we’re doing and would like to support our show, please visit https://soundsonvinyl.com/donate to support the show.
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    Credits:
    Hosts:
    Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Vero / Twitter
    Intro & Outro:
    Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Vero / TwitterMusic: Dead Anarchy - Website / License
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    Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!
    Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.
    Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.

    • 57 min
    Alice Cooper - Welcome To My Nightmare (S7 E34)

    Alice Cooper - Welcome To My Nightmare (S7 E34)

    Phil Bowyer and Mike Svensson discuss the 1975 Alice Cooper album "Welcome to My Nightmare" track-by-track. They call it one of the best albums of all time and compare it to the soundtrack of a horror movie. Highlights include the theatrical, vaudeville-inspired feel of the music, the appearance by Vincent Price, and songs like "Devil's Food," "Department of Youth," and "Cold Ethyl."
    The hosts banter about horror movies, and have a special announcement at the end.
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    Links:
    Extended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.com
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    Credits:
    Hosts:
    Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Vero / Twitter
    Intro & Outro:
    Voice Over: Kate Bowyer Music: Dead Anarchy -
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    Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!
    Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.
    Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.

    • 47 min
    Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime

    Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime

    Join us as we take a dive deep into Queensrÿche's epic 1988 concept album Operation: Mindcrime. Regarded as one of the greatest metal records of all time, Mindcrime tells the tragic story of Nikki, a recovering drug addict embroiled in a world of corruption. We analyze each track, praising the brilliant guitarwork, drums, vocals, songwriting, and powerful lyrics that still resonate today.
    We'll also share fascinating stories about seeing Queensrÿche live, interviewing band members, and reminiscing about the golden age of metal.
    Whether you're a longtime Queensrÿche diehard or new to their groundbreaking sound, this entertaining episode will give you a whole new appreciation for Operation: Mindcrime!
    SPECIAL NOTE: We'd really like to play the music as we discuss it, but copyright law won't let us, but it doesn't stop you from playing the album in the background while you listen. It makes for a much better experience.
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    Credits:

    /// Hosts:
    Mike Svensson
    Phil Bowyer

    /// Intro & Outro:
    Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Vero
    Music: Dead Anarchy - Website
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    Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!
    Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.
    Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.

    • 1 hr 27 min

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