Toad the Wet Sprocket’s Glen Phillips is on the podcast this week to talk about the 25th anniversary of Fear and his upcoming solo album.
Popdose Flashback ’91
On the 20th anniversary of the release of Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous”, Mike Heyliger takes a look back at the King of Pop’s eighth solo album.
Remembering the guy who brought country, and bad shirts, to the suburbs.
Dave Steed takes a look back at the album that changed the face of metal forever, on its 20th anniversary.
Dave Steed takes a look back at the 20-year anniversary of the debut from hip-hop legends, P.M. Dawn.
In the fall of 1991, I was a high school senior, just starting to find my feet as a music writer — and as a listener, just discovering pathways into…
Dave Steed reflects back on the New Jack Swing era as Color Me Badd’s debut album turns 20 years old this week.
“Music for the People” turns 20 this week and to celebrate, Dave Steed tracked down Funky Bunch member Hector the Booty Inspector and asked him to reminisce.
De La Soul dead? Hardly? Their masterful sophomore effort, one of the best hip-hop albums of all time, gets the Flashback ’91 treatment on Popdose.
It’s not often that a band releases two solid albums in the same week — twenty years apart. But such a gesture is just all in a day’s work for…
In between more timely projects and content, the Popdose staff are dissecting albums from 1991, which happens to be one of my favorite years of music. It was also…
When Material Issue front man Jim Ellison committed suicide in June of 1996, the act was sharp and sudden. The 32-year-old wasn’t a stereotypical grunge sad-sack. He was an anachronistic…
Rob Smith travels back in time to Graham Parker’s 1991 album Struck by Lightning, in today’s Popdose Flashback.
In 1991’s The Soul Cages, rock legend Sting simply became Gordon Sumner again, a boy grieving over his father’s death.