Working Class Heroes – Ep325

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With Chris out of town, Aaron‘s flying solo this week with a salute to all the hard working men and women out there with Working Class Heroes – Ep325. This episode is jam packed with great songs that’ll make your day on the job more tolerable. You’re getting great tracks from Sea Hags, KISS, Tuff, King’s X, Todd Rundgren, Steely Dan, Motorhead and the Supersuckers. Additionally, Aaron gives you information on the top 10 most popular jobs in the US and how those relate to possible podcast listening habits.

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It’s a great soundtrack for your day at the grind. We hope you enjoy Working Class Heroes – Ep325 and SHARE with a friend!


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2 thoughts on “Working Class Heroes – Ep325”

  1. Please stop trying to turn us on to bad music that we never listened
    to for a reason

  2. Brent M Evans

    John, here’s a concept for you; if you don’t like the music style in the episode brief, don’t listen to the podcast. Chris & Aaron work their asses off to produce this podcast; the last thing they deserve is moronic criticism.

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