Episode 104 – Buried Treasure


The average music fan these days tends to enjoy a band while they are “in fashion” and on the charts. Unfortunately, that’s a passing thing and what goes up, must come down. It seems that the instant that a band falls out of favor with the general crowd, it becomes the majority’s modus operandi to mock said artist for a short while and then, worse, ignore them completely. This usually leads to the artist working twice as hard to put out quality material (sometimes too hard in the case of trend following) and typically continued to be ignored by the mainstream listening audience. It’s a sad state of affairs where nobody wins. The artist doesn’t win due to their hard work not getting recognized and the music fans don’t win due to not being aware of the material being released by the artist due to flavor-of-the-week favoritism.

This week, Aaron and Chris set out to introduce your ears to some gems that were lost on overlooked and ignored albums by bands/artists that had already seen their “better days.” Tracks by artists such as David Lee Roth, Enuff Z’nuff, Hanoi Rocks, The Doors, Alice Cooper, Hanoi Rocks and more highlight this episode as we unearth “Buried Treasures.”

Enuff Z’Nuff – Tweaked, “Life is Strange” (1995)
Poison – Crack a Smile – “Shut Up, Make Love” (2000)
The Doors – L.A. Woman, “The Changeling” (1971)
Badlands – Voodoo Highway – “The Last Time” (1991)
Black Label Society – 1919 Eternal, “Demise of Sanity” (2002)
Hanoi Rocks – Street Poetry – “This One’s for Rock and Roll” (2007)
Pearl Jam – Riot Act, “Get Right” (2002)
David Lee Roth – Your Filthy Little Mouth – “She’s My Machine” (1994)
Warrant – Ultraphobic – “Undertow” (1995)

Alice Cooper – DaDa – “Pass the Gun Around” (1983)

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Enuff Z’nuff – Tweaked
Poison – Crack A Smile…And More
The Doors – L.A. Woman
Badlands – Voodoo Highway
Black Label Society – 1919 Eternal
Hanoi Rocks – Street Poetry
Pearl Jam – Riot Act
David Lee Roth – Your Filthy Little Mouth
Warrant – Ultraphobic
Alice Cooper – Dada

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