New Noize 4 – Ep363

New Noize 4 – Ep363

We’re back to talk your ear off about all the doings in the world of Rock n Roll with New Noize 4! We begin this week’s festivities with an extended discussion on Vinnie Vincent. This not only involves yet another promised event for fans of the ankh warrior but in how it related to the upcoming Nashville ROCKNPOD Expo. In this diatribe that we were sent, it includes an asinine claim by the former KISS…

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New Noize Vol4 – Ep359

New Noize Vol4 – Ep359

This week bring you up to date withNew Noize Vol4! There’s a lot going on in today’s rock world and and we’re ready to tackle them head on. Rock news covered this week includes Ozzy Osbourne‘s continued immortality, Vinnie Vincent‘s recent interview and his future plans (allegedly). We also discuss the new Wildhearts record, Geoff Tate driving wine drinkers around Europe and Corey Taylor covering Poison? Additionally, you’ll get an update on the upcoming ROCKNPOD…

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Radio Sucks Radio Show V35 – Ep358

Radio Sucks Radio Show V35 – Ep358

This week we bring you another sonic sampling of killer rock music with Radio Sucks Radio Show v35! It’s been half a year since we kicked back and just spun some tunes we love. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some killer music from the likes of Ace Frehley, Hair of the Dog, Stryper, MSG, Anthrax, Motorhead, Motley Crue, Hollywood Vampires, Love/Hate, and Aerosmith. Radio Sucks Radio Show V35   If we turned you onto…

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25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

25 Albums Turning 25 That Don’t Suck

This is my fifth edition of “25 Albums” for Decibel Geek. And things were getting a little thin by 94. Grunge had basically morphed into top forty “alternative” music like Weezer and Belly causing Kurt Cobain to blow his brains out. Pearl Jam sued Ticketmaster and lost. Gotta love those service charges.  Green Day ushered in the pop-punk movement that would influence future greats like Fall Out Boy and Panic At The Disco. Pink Floyd toured…

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1981 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep344

1981 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep344

We’re back this week to tackle the who, what, when, where and why of the second half of our 1981 Year in Review Part 2! July of 1981 is a strong month for the rock genre. Strong efforts include releases by Foreigner, Def Leppard, and the Ramones. Additionally, some great under the radar albums by Demon and New England help bolster and already solid month. The month of August is a busy one in news…

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Rock n Roll Diaries with Aaron Baker – Ep335

Rock n Roll Diaries with Aaron Baker – Ep335

ROCKNPOD donor and friend of the show Aaron Baker joins us this week for Rock n Roll Diaries. This new theme features Aaron showcasing artists and songs that are markers in his journey through life. Additionally, these songs have a therapeutic element in their ability to help him through difficult times. Rock n Roll Diaries   Aaron is bringing an incredible list of songs to share this week. You’re getting killer tracks from Van Halen,…

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Tommy Lee Beaten Up By His Son

Tommy Lee Beaten Up By His Son

People magazine is reporting that Motley Crue drummer and convicted spouse abuser, Tommy Lee, was assaulted by his son Brandon.  From People: Tommy Lee and 21-year-old son Brandon allegedly got into a physical altercation that left the rocker with a bloody lip. PEOPLE confirms officers of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department responded to an incident at Lee’s Calabasas, California, home on Monday evening. The Mötley Crue band member was transported to the hospital that…

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JOHN CORABI – Live ’94 (One Night In Nashville) (Album Review)

JOHN CORABI – Live ’94 (One Night In Nashville) (Album Review)

Today’s word of the day is “polarizing“.  Its definition: to break up into opposing factions or groupings. Now live albums, in general, can often be viewed as polarizing. I know of some music fans that generally have no use for them, while others will grab for a live album more often than not. Personally, I am a fan. For a geek like myself, a “well crafted” live record has the power to transport me into the venue…

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Radio Sucks Radio Show v31 – Ep295

Radio Sucks Radio Show v31 – Ep295

DBG VIP and host of Digital Killed the Radio Star podcast David Hudson joins the guys this week for Radio Sucks Radio Show v31. David was a supporter of the recent Rock n Pod Expo in Nashville. When asked for a desired show theme, Radio Sucks was his choice and this one is packed with great tracks. In this long-form music and discussion show you’ll get tracks from Warrant, Tora Tora, Poison, Gaslight Anthem, RATT,…

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NIKKI SIXX: “Unofficially” Retired from Touring (News)

NIKKI SIXX: “Unofficially” Retired from Touring (News)

Motley Crue bassist and Sixx A.M. founder, Nikki Sixx, posted on his official Facebook page that he is “unofficially retired” from touring.  Sixx A.M. spent much of 2016 on the road and with no future show dates booked, fans were asking the bassist when, and if, he had plans to hit the road again.  In his post, Sixx says he has no plans to tour anytime soon. In the June 26 post Sixx says, “For…

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