Mick Jagger’s business sense is almost as legendary as his voice, stage presence, and lips. But since his new project Superheavy isn’t selling, Bob Lefsetz thinks he’s out of touch with his audience and has readymade steps to break it.
On the surface, it wouldn’t seem like these two bands have a lot in common, but look beyond that: These mainstays of classic rock radio into a Deathmatch were both from LA, did mountains of drugs, and screwed anything that crossed their paths. Both were laughed at by the critics but still loved by millions of people whose tastes haven’t changed since they were old enough to know better. Both had good guitarists, shitty drummers, and lyrics that alternated between pomposity and narcissistic misogyny. So which group is more evil? Leave it to the Popdose staff to answer the question. It’s a Popdose Deathmatch: The Lizard King vs. The Cryptkeeper. Let’s get ready to…ah, fuck it.
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!
Join us for a trip back in time — when Art Garfunkel shunned his first name, Cher sang on a horse, and Billy Preston’s afro threatened to take over the world. It’s a 1973 edition of Jason Hare’s CHART ATTACK!