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Popdose Flashback: Terence Trent D’Arby, “Neither Fish Nor Flesh”

A couple years after 12 million buyers signed their name across his heart, Terence Trent D'Arby got sophomore jinxed but good -- and in...

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Popdose Flashback: The Stone Roses, “The Stone Roses”

For this week's Popdose Flashback, Mojo Flucke talks about Madchester, the Stone Roses' much-loved debut, and one very special denim...

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Popdose Flashback: Tom Petty, “Full Moon Fever”

This week in Popdose Flashback, Scott Malchus takes us back to the birth of Tom Petty's first solo flight. Twenty years later, he still has...

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Popdose Flashback, or When Good Albums Happen to Bad People: Don Henley, “The End of the Innocence”

This week's Popdose Flashback doubles as the return of a much-missed series -- Matthew Bolin's When Good Albums Happen to Bad People -- and...

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Popdose Flashback: Michael Bolton, “Soul Provider”

In Bull Durham, Kevin Costner’s character Crash Davis chides Nuke LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) for his laziness and lack of focus on the...

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Popdose Flashback: Tears for Fears, “The Seeds of Love”

It still seems strange that Tears for Fears, two Janov-loving introverts from Bath, were one of the biggest bands of the ’80s. In a...

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Popdose Flashback: Milli Vanilli and the Triumph of Substance

For fans of pop music with integrity, the pop charts of 1989 were a desolate place. Between an avalanche of soul-sapping covers (Michael...

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Popdose Flashback: Tin Machine, “Tin Machine”

Tin Machine was flat-out great, featuring fierce guitars, edgy lyrics and even edgier production. The world thought it stunk, and threw...

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Popdose Flashback: Tone-Lōc, “Lōc-ed After Dark”

Tone-Lōc – Lōc-ed After Dark (1989) purchase this album (Amazon) There’s no way around this: Tone Lōc’s 1989...

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Popdose Flashback: Nirvana, “Bleach”

In Red Sox lore, the facts state that 10,454 fans–a pathetic number–attended Ted Williams’ last game in 1960, when he...

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Popdose Flashback: The Neville Brothers, “Yellow Moon”

The Neville Brothers – Yellow Moon purchase this album (Amazon) Morning, Popdose faithful! Who’s in the mood for a new series?...