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Discography is a deep dive into a legendary musician's catalogue - album by album - to give you the big picture on who they are and what's cemented their place in the annuls of sonic history. Walk in a novice, and come out well informed and with a new favorite record or two. Cult indie rocker, MarcRead more

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Black Sabbath: Encore - What Black Sabbath IS

Feb 14 • 46:00

Discography host Marc With a C posits (and tries to answer) the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary through the season from Jim Myers of Milk Carton Superstars, Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic, host of Black Sabbath: Metal Mythos), Ernie Cunnigan (producer of the Forbidden album, gu...

Black Sabbath: Act 3 - The Tony Martin Years?

Feb 14 • 02:24:05

Discography host Marc With a C posits the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary from Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic), Ernie Cunnigan (producer of the Forbidden album, guitarist for Body Count), and some recited exclusive commentary from a source that could change all that you know ab...

Black Sabbath: Act 2 - From Ozzy, to Dio, to Stonehenge

Feb 14 • 02:07:16

Discography host Marc With a C posits the eternal question: what IS Black Sabbath? Armed only with the records, some supplemental reading material, and a little commentary from Jim Myers of Milk Carton Superstars, plus Razorfist (aka The Rageaholic), Marc chronicles their music from Technical Ecstasy all the way to the oft-misunderstood Seventh Star album on this episode! ...

Black Sabbath: Act 1 - The First 6 Albums

Feb 14 • 01:42:53

The Who: Epilogue - Compilations, Remixes, & Rarities

Feb 26 • 01:08:58

With literally hundreds of compilations exploring the continuum of The Who's canon discography and beyond... keeping track of variations and critical recordings can be genuinely maddening!...

The Who: 2002-2018 - Then & Now to As Long as I Have You

Feb 19 • 01:07:33

After John Entwistle's shocking death on the eve of The Who's 2002 tour, few could have been blamed for considering that event to be the proverbial "end of the road" for the group. Even fewer could have predicted that it would instead be followed by one of the largest tours in the band's history and their first album of new material in well over two decades, Endless Wire. ...

The Who: 1989-2002 - Join Together to Scoop 3

Feb 12 • 01:18:38

The 90s were a strange and unpredictable time for The Who. The band was back as a touring act but little else, meanwhile the individual members pressed on into their solo careers. Townshend's passion projects paved the way for eventual Who material, Daltry soldiered on to find a way forward musically, and Entwistle threw caution to the wind to start his own group with frie...

The Who: 1982-1989 - It's Hard to The Iron Man

Feb 5 • 01:26:15

Following the release of their 1982 album, It's Hard, The Who called it quits and spent the rest of the 80s redefining their solo careers. Join Discography host Marc With a C as he chronicles what he's dubbed "the first farewell era" - exploring the ways that the group had splintered and how they carried on in finding their individual voices. John Entwistle wouldn't have m...

The Who: 1977-1982 - Rough Mix to All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

Jan 29 • 01:23:25

Between 1977 and 1982, The Who changed in inconceivable ways. They were still a huge live draw, they were making massive hit records, and their tenure as stars of the silver screen was only seeming to grow, but this period certainly contained some of the saddest chapters in Who history: the death of the seemingly indestructible Keith Moon, the passing of previous manager K...

The Who: 1973-1976 - Quadrophenia to One of the Boys

Jan 22 • 01:25:06

By 1973, The Who were superstars. Their gargantuan rock opera Quadrophenia had given wayward teenagers a mirror with which to find themselves, even though the ensuing tour would be the catalyst for each band member to go a bit off the rails in their own ways....

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