Join co-hosts Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy as they demonstrate why Queen II is a platter that matters.
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Expand your mind and gaze upon this gallery showcasing ten of the best album covers ever drawn by the great Roger Dean.
Duke was the album that changed how the world viewed Genesis. Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy look at this game-changing record on Platters That Matter.
Good tunes, good times, and good people. Three things you won’t find on any of these musical package cruises.
Now that Rush is at long last in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it’s as good a time as any to look at their best material… from the ’90s to today.
Muse’s sixth studio album includes some genre-hopping, but doesn’t fail to delight.
Two, count ‘em, two prog rock albums worth your consideration.
Yes’ “Close to the Edge” is a thing of beauty, at least in Rob Smith’s “The Vinyl Diaries.”
Chris Holmes provides an overview of ’70s rock band Be Bop Deluxe. Led by guitarist extraordinaire Bill Nelson, Be Bop Deluxe produced some of the most rewarding rock music of the decade.
Missing the Popdose Guides? You’ll be pleased to make the acquaintance of Anthony Hansen, who makes his debut with the Popdose Guide to Todd Rundgren’s Utopia.