We’re back! Happy New Year, everyone! We’re back to our regular schedule and with that comes a brand new episode of The Rock Rant. This week we’re wrapping up Brent’s one-shot trilogy with discussion of Britpop band Supergrass and their 1999 self-titled album.
Hey Digital Fam and Merry Christmas to one and all! We’ve got an all-new episode for you this week where we look at Chris Cornell’s 1999 debut as a solo artist originally titled “Euphoria Morning” but then correctly retitled to “Euphoria Mourning.” This will be our last new episode for the year, unfortunately but we will return in January to conclude this trilogy, give our year-end thoughts, and then move on into our third year bringing music commentary to you all. Thank you for supporting us as long as you have and we hope that you and many more will continue to listen to us as we move forward.
Hey Digital Fam! This week we’re talking country on the Rock Rant once again. Our album is “Shadows, Grays, and Evil Ways” by The White Buffalo and it is a doozy of a concept album. A few warnings for this one. Firstly, this album deals with some really heavy subject matter, including PTSD from wartime so forewarned is forearmed. Secondly, our discussion does turn political again this week, so if you want to discuss that with us on Twitter or Facebook we are happy to do so, but please keep it civil or we will stop responding.
Hey Digital Fam! My ear hurts way less this week and I can only attribute this to the amazing album we discussed on this week’s episode…and amoxicillin. This week we’re concluding our look at CCR by discussing their 1970 smash hit “Cosmo’s Factory.” As you can tell by my previous statement, I love this album. I hope you all enjoy this album and our thoughts on it.
Hey everyone! It’s Ryan with another monthly installment of the Playlist Challenge. This should be a fun one so hopefully you guys want to participate on this one. As always, here are the rules. I will post a 20-song playlist on a certain topic complete with explanations for each song. I challenge each of you, Brent included, to do the same. Once you see this, shoot us an email at email@example.com and put “Playlist Challenge November” in the subject line.
This has been a crazy, hectic month for me as evidenced by this list coming out just now. On top of that, there isn’t any Thanksgiving music and the only song I can think of that’s about November is “November Rain.” What is Thanksgiving though? It’s a time to think about things you’re thankful for and to stuff your face with delicious food. Keeping that in mind, here’s your challenge. Stuff our collective faces with all the musical goodness you can muster on this one. Show us 20 songs you’re thankful for. Also, there shouldn’t be anything too controversial on this list for me, so there won’t be any explanations on this list. I won’t ask you to do that for your list either.
1. Rush- Limelight
2. Van Halen- Dance the Night Away
3. Tom Petty- You Don’t Know How It Feels
4. Bachman-Turner Overdrive: Takin’ Care of Business
5. Billy Joel- Miami 2017 (I’ve Seen The Lights Go Out on Broadway)
6. Elton John- The Bitch is Back
7. The Gaslight Anthem- 45
8. .38 Special- If I’d Been the One
9. Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band- The Fire Inside
10. Creedence Clearwater Revival- Up Around the Bend
11. Barenaked Ladies- The Old Apartment
12. REM- What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?
13. Bowling for Soup- Girl all the Bad Guys Want
14. Disturbed- Indestructible
15. Joe Jackson- I’m the Man
16. Elvis Costello and The Attractions- (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding?
17. Queen- Don’t Stop Me Now
18. Prince- Little Red Corvette
19. The Outfield- Your Love
20. Dire Straits- Sultans of Swing
Hey Digital Fam! I’ve got an ear infection and I’m exhausted, so here’s an episode about a really great album that I edited after a seven hour drive home from Nashville. This week we’re sticking with Creedence Clearwater Revival and discussing what for my money may be the best album of the 60’s, 1969’s “Willy and the Poor Boys.”
Hey Digital Fam and Rock Ranters alike! We have returned after a week hiatus due to scheduling conflicts. This week we’re beginning a new trilogy on a band that is near and dear to my heart, Creedence Clearwater Revival. We’re starting off with one of the three albums they released in 1969, the seminal “Bayou Country.”