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Author Greg Prato speaks with Popdose regarding his new book about Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.
Death? Taxes? Shut up, you hack. Here are five things that always happen for no logical reasons…
You can’t say these eight bands didn’t have their chance to do it one last time before the world came to an end.
Gravity Kills was the next big thing back in 1996. That is until 1997 came along. Hear them, Guns N’ Roses and more with Bottom Feeders.
Axl Rose sent a (no) thank you card to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Popdose staff couldn’t help but analyze it.
Thirteen versions of “Sweet Child O’ Mine?” Must be Thanksgiving!
The staff looks at this year’s list, pauses for reflection, and launches into a rock nerd debate.
Kelly Stitzel brings back her special series taking a look at past Best Original Song Oscar nominees. This week, she discusses the nominees from the 46th Academy Awards.
In a world filled with awkward family holiday reunions, three men gather to remind you that it could be worse: you could be a Brady or Stewart Copeland. Join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton for a discussion of the best and worst pop culture reunions on Episode 15 of The Popdose Podcast!
What happens when pop culture forces collide, and why do they almost always suck? Matt Wardlaw, Michael Parr, and Dave Lifton discuss it on the Popdose Podcast!
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Zack Dennis puts together a collection of Irish drinking songs to match the stories in James Joyce’s Dubliners.
What artist is currently being credited on the Internet as winning five Grammy Awards when, in fact, she’s won zero? What song supposedly includes satanic messages at the end? Which popular ’80s artists had their final Top 10 hits this week? These answers and more in Jason Hare’s latest CHART ATTACK!
Before he heads off to become a part of the live Jack Wagner experience, Jason Hare brings us unnecessary ad-libs, vulgar stories, and the appearance of a Canadian God — all part of this week’s CHART ATTACK!
Jeff Vrabel was a hair metal cowboy, and on a steel horse he rode…and he’s here to relive those Aqua Netted days with a new series that looks back on the glory days of Marshall stacks and spandex.
Jason Hare takes us back to 1989, when 38 Special begged for forgiveness, Peter Cetera warbled with Cher, and a “mystery artist” made it all the way to #2!
Mickey Rourke got all sorts of accolades in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler — but, as Cory Frye observes, the film’s soundtrack has its own charms.