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Wednesday
Sep262018

Podcast #241: Solo

Remember back in the day, when all you wanted to hear was a kick ass guitar solo?  Like most of us, Genghis and Ragman would turn their noses up to bands that had deleted solos from their repertoire.  No solo, no listen; Got it, Good!  It wasn't until Sevendust, that the boys had a change of heart.  Sevendust brought such a killer groove that it made it easier to ignore that their wasn't a guy shredding at the solo break.  Join Genghis and Ragman as they discuss the power of the 80's guitar solo as well as the 90's downtuned solo-less alternative.  Next the boys are joined by ex-Dio, Dream Child axeman Craig Goldy as he discusses his band's debut release Until Death Do We Meet again.  Craig discusses the direction that he took on this record as well as reminisce about his time in Dio.

DVD of the Show:  Thunder - Stage

Beer of the Show:  Clown Shoes - La Pinguina En Fuego

Beer Rating:  3

 

Featured Tracks: Primal Fear - Hounds of Justice, Thunder - Dirty Love, Merryweather Stark - Babylon - Sin City, Tremonti - Make it Hurt, Shattered Sun - Declassified, The Dead Daisies - Dead and Gone, Blonz - Hands of Love, Dio - I Could Have Been a Dreamer, Dream Child - Under the Wire, You Can't take Me Down, Playing With Fire, Eisley/Goldy - Life If Only A Memory

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Blue Murder - Billy

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Varga - Freeze Don't Move

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Mob Rules - Children's Crusade

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  Brainstorm - Ravenous Minds

-Ragman wants to see We're Stars on Bluray.

Podcast #: 241 - Solo

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