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Chris Porro and Joe Medina go off on tangents, drink, and give their thoughts on selected albums.

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Podcast by Chris Porro and Joe Medina go off on tangents, drink, and give their thoughts on selected albums.
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Welcome to JJ's Album Club. A music discussion podcast featuring reviews of the latest alternative music releases and special guests talking about the record they hold dearest to their heart. Join your hosts – journalist Jimi Famurewa (ShortList, The London Evening Standard, The Guardian, Q) and his childhood friend, comedian and radio presenter Joey Page (Nevermind the Buzzcocks) – as they agree, disagree and agree to disagree on the month's most interesting albums.
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Matt invites comedian and documentarian Kelly Zemnickis to visit Ardill Sound Studios to record the first in person Comedy Album Book Club in years. We chat about Toronto comedian's Brock (Simpson) and John (Mitchell)'s Unrehearsed. A Toronto comedy duo lost to the sands of comedy time and one of the funniest comedy albumes I've heard in YEARS! We …
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Matt sits down with comedian, writer, actor, podcaster and amazing human Ali Hassan to discuss Mike Birbiglia's My Girlfriend's Boyfriend. We touch on the power of story telling and how it's evolved in comedy. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
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In June 1989, Faith No More unleashed their third studio album. The record marked a significant turning point for the band as they melded elements of rock, metal, and funk with new frontman Mike Patton’s versatile vocals. Recorded amidst tensions and lineup changes, the album’s breakout single “Epic” catapulted them to mainstream success, solidifyi…
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In June 1988, Public Enemy released their second studio album. Preceded by their debut effort “Yo! Bum Rush the Show,” this sophomore release skyrocketed the group to iconic status with its innovative use of sampling, politically charged lyrics, and revolutionary sound. Recorded with a sense of urgency and defiance, this album served as a platform …
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In June of 1988, Dwight Yoakam released his third studio album. Recorded in Hollywood, the record features Yoakam’s signature blend of traditional country roots with a modern twist. With hits like “I Sang Dixie” and “I Got You,” Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room solidified Yoakam’s place as a standout in the genre. Let’s talk Dwight Yoakam, Buenas N…
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In April 1988 the Sugarcubes released their debut studio album. This Icelandic alternative rock band recorded the album in Reykjavík, capturing their unique blend of post-punk and avant-garde pop. Featuring the enchanting vocals of lead singer Björk, the album garnered international acclaim for its energetic performances and eclectic sound. Let’s t…
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In the year 18th October 1988, Sonic Youth released their fifth studio album. Recorded in New York City, this experimental rock masterpiece showcases the band’s signature blend of noise and melody, capturing the turbulent spirit of the late 1980s underground music scene. With tracks like “Teen Age Riot” and “Candle,” Sonic Youth pushed the boundari…
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In the year on March 14, 1988, Morrissey released his debut solo album. Produced by Stephen Street, this album marked Morrissey’s departure from The Smiths and showcased his distinctive voice and introspective lyrics. Recorded at Wool Hall Studios in Bath, England, the album features hits like “Suedehead” and “Everyday Is Like Sunday.” With its mix…
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In the year, on July 26, 1990, American Music Club released their sixth studio album, California. Produced by Dennis Herring, this record featured a blend of folk-rock and alternative soundscapes that captured the essence of the band’s hometown. Recorded in just over a month, the album showcased singer Mark Eitzel’s introspective lyrics and the ban…
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In the year 1988, on July 8th, KD Lang released her third studio album, Shadowland. Produced by Owen Bradley, this country-infused record showcased Lang’s raw talent and emotional depth. With haunting melodies and captivating lyrics, Shadowland solidified KD Lang as a musical force to be reckoned with. Lets talk KD Lang, Shadowland!…
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Tank Battles is the fourth studio album by German singer Dagmar Krause, released on June 18, 1989. Produced by Tony Marsh, the album features Krause’s haunting vocals accompanied by avant-garde jazz instrumentation, creating a unique and captivating listening experience. With dark and introspective lyrics, Tank Battles explores themes of war, confl…
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In April of 1988 Tracy Chapman released her debut album. Recorded over eight weeks time in Hollywood CA, is a call to arms to a myriad of social and political issues. Preforming live at Nelson Mandela’s 70th birthday tribute rocketed it’s success and made Tracy a household name. Lets talk Tracy Chapman, Tracy Chapman!…
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In February of 1988 Everything but the Girl released their 4th studio album. Tracey Thorn: “I am writing songs, though; lyrics that are more like short stories than pop lyrics. Perhaps they ought to be short stories. They don’t really have choruses. Maybe I’m just not very good at choruses. Ben is experimenting with synths and keyboards. He buys a …
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In October of 1988 the Waterboys released their fourth studio album. Letting loose the shackles of bombastic rock music, the band decided to merge traditional Irish, Scottish, & Country music with rock n roll this time out. Three years of recording and the results speak for themselves. Thirteen tracks coming in at just under an hour of pure bliss. …
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In February of 1988 Leonard Cohen released his 8th studio album. Gone are the days of our troubadour poet and his classical acoustic guitar, replaced by the world weary man who’s seen too much, expects the worst, but laughs despite it all… with some really choice keyboards. Lets talk Leonard Cohen, I’m Your Man!…
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In July of 1987 Terence Trent D’Arby released his debut studio album. Darly Easlea: “a soundtrack to the turning point when the 80s turned from austerity to prosperity. It’s as central to that decade as the much-seen image of the city trader waving his wad of banknotes to the camera. It remains one big, infectiously glorious record.” Lets talk Tere…
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In August of 1987 Michael Jackson released his 7th studio album. Coming a full five years after his worldwide #1 best selling album of all time, Thriller, expectations were astronomical from his follow-up. The results? Another best selling album of all time, 9 single out of the 11 tracks, and what a number of critics believe to be his finest hour. …
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In November of 1987 The Triffids released their 4th studio album. The album title is taken from the term describing sailors getting brain sick after being at sea too long (a feeling the band identified with during the long back and forth flights to England to record the album). It was the most produced album the band would ever make, but is it thei…
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In June of 1987 Sonic Youth released their 4th studio album. The band continues their transition from No Wave to more traditional song structures but not ones to shy away from the avant-garde, the album is a loose concept record, the title itself is a reference to author Philip K. Dick’s fraternal twin who died shortly after birth, and who’s spirit…
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In July of 1987 Napalm Death released their debut studio album. Pioneering the Grindcore sub-genre of Extreme Heavy Metal, these Meriden teens went faster and harder than any other band had to the point, so much so that they were entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for the shortest song ever recorded, You Suffer, clocking in at only 1.3…
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In March of 1987 Laibach released their 3rd studio album. Championing the new to us genre of Martial Industrial, the band dressed themselves onstage in their conscripted military uniforms, played disturbing 35 millimeter films, and subverted the musical stylings of such pop icons as The Beatles and Queen. Lets talk Laibach, Opus Dei!…
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In 1987 Ladysmith Black Mambazo released their 25th album. Following their work on Paul Simon’s Graceland, the group found themselves riding a much deserved wave of hype. This time with Simon producing, the band got their first international hit and won themselves a Grammy in the process. Lets talk Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Shaka Zulu!…
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In August of 1987, The Jesus and Mary Chain released their second studio album. It was the first one to feature drum machines, on account of their original drummer leaving the band to front Primal Scream. The album would peak at number five on the British charts, making it their best sales preforming record to date. Lets talk The Jesus and Mary Cha…
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