Episode 115 – 1978 Year in Review Part 2

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After getting through the whirlwind that was the first half of the year, Aaron and Chris return to tell the second half of the story in this week’s 1978 Year in Review Part 2.

This week, Aaron and Chris discuss the people, places, events, and music of the rest of the year. Stories include the over-saturation of KISS-mania, the poorly received Sgt. Pepper movie, and the Texxas Jam. Tracks from bands including Boston, Ramones, Black Sabbath, KISS, Gillan, Rush, and Rose Tattoo among others. We also include some interesting television commercials and promos from the year that was 1978.

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Boston – Dont Look Back
The Who – Who Are You
Styx – Pieces of Eight
KISS – Ace Frehley
KISS – KISS Gene Simmons
KISS – Paul Stanley
KISS – Peter Criss
Ramones – Road to Ruin
Black Sabbath – Never Say Die
Ted Nugent – Weekend Warriors
Gillan – Gillan
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Skynyrd’s First And…Last
Rush – Hemispheres
Judas Priest – Hellbent for Leather
Alice Cooper – From the Inside
Rose Tattoo – Rose Tattoo

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