Dave went to see Panic! At The Disco. Dave and Josh decided to discuss there first album this week on episode 12 of Listening Inn
Josh picked a cool album this week The Electric Lucifer by Bruce Hack. on our 11th episode we will discuss its weirdness.
On this weeks episode of Listening Inn Josh and Dave will be discussing Skin By Flume. Skin is the second studio album by Australian electronic musician Flume. It was released on 27 May 2016 by Future Classic. The album marks the second full-length release since his self-titled debut in 2012, making it four years between releases.
It’s My Way! is the first album by folk singer Buffy Sainte-Marie. Though the album did not chart it proved influential in the folk community. It is most famous for two widely covered folk standards, "Universal Soldier" and "Cod'ine", as well as "Now That the Buffalo's Gone", a lament about the continued confiscation of Indian lands, as evidenced by the building of the Kinzua Dam in about 1964. The cover features a mouthbow, which was to be a trademark of her sound on her first three albums. This week Dave and Josh are here to discus how they felt about this album.
On this bonus Listening inn Singles Dave and Josh are here to Discuss Taylor Swift's new single Me!. is it everything the hype lead up to? Is this song worth your time? Or will it just be forgotten like all the other catchy pop music we forgot from Taylor Swifts Early career?
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This week Dave Picked and Josh is very interested. Did Dave pick something good or did it not meet expectations. Phantoms is the debut studio album by American rock band Acceptance, released on April 26, 2005, by Columbia.
This week Josh picked our album. The Low End Theory is the second studio album by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest, released on September 24, 1991, by Jive Records. Recording sessions for the album were held mostly at Battery Studios in New York City, from 1990 to 1991. How did Dave feel about it? Did he end up liking it? Does it need more to impress Dave?
This week on Listening Inn Dave picked Specter at the Feast the seventh studio album by American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, released on March 18, 2013 in Europe and March 19, 2013 in the US. It was released under the band's own record label, Abstract Dragon, through Vagrant Records. Unlike Beat The Devil's Tattoo, the album wasn't produced by Michael Been, who died after he suffered a heart attack mid-tour in 2010 while the band was playing at Pukkelpop. As a result, Specter at the Feast was a way for the band to mourn their loss and rid the pain, as he was the father of bassist Robert Levon Been, but also their live sound technician and a mentor to all the members. Did Dave pick a winner? Was Joh bored to tears?
Nanda Collection (なんだこれくしょん Nandakorekushon, lit. "What's this collection") is the second full-length studio album by Japanese recording artist Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, release on June 26, 2013, by Warner Music Japan. The album debuted at number one in the Oricon Weekly Albums Chart, becoming the first chart topper release of Kyary's career as well as the first Yasutaka Nakata-produced album to do so since Perfume's JPN in 2011. Yeah that's right Josh picked JPOP. What does Dave think?
It’s been a few weeks and Josh is truly on his A game. Does Idles bring Dave Joy or does he feel like he needs to resist? Maybe Dave even adds a few tracks to his library?
Oh no guys. Josh and Dave thought they were listening to good music. Did Josh pick something good? Is it better or worse then Josh remembers.. This week on Listening Inn we discus Dirge the second studio album by Singaporean grindcore band Wormrot. It was released on May 3, 2011 by Earache Records. The digital version of the album was released for free download in prior due to an online leak.
It hit number one on the billboard top charts. The Jonas Brothers are back even though nobody asked where they were. Are we a sucker for the new Jonas Brothers single Sucker? Tune in to this special episode of Listening Inn Singles.
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Welcome back to Listening Inn where music checks in. This week we discuss Das Mörtal's Always Loved. This is unexplored territory for Dave so how did he feel after a few listens.
Welcome to the very first episode of Listening Inn “Where Music Checks In.” Every week we discuss a different album. This week our music man Josh chose American alternative rock band They Might Be Giants 2nd album Lincoln.
Our Next Album
Listening Inn Episode 1 is coming soon but Alexisonfire put out a new single worth talking about. Familiar Drugs is a pretty awesome song with a deep meaning. We talk about all this.