PODCAST #258:  Generations
Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 12:13AM
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Genghis and Ragman continue their discussion on the evolution of the mix tapes and how they effected their lives, back in the day.  They also talk about tape trading, and the bands that they discovered during the process.  Both of the guys discovered bands that they still dig today.  Tape trading is how we survived the 90's, through the grunge years.  The boys also get the newer generations' prospective on listening to whole albume as well as making playlists with Spotifty.  Next the boys welcome back one of their favorite guitar players Geroge Lynch (Ex-Dokken, Lynch Mob) as he discusses the latest KXM album Circle of Dolls.  George give the skinny of how the band jams out tunes, as well as their desire to play some live gigs.  He also give updates on his latest projects as well as the state of Lynch Mob.  this one is not to be missed.

DVD of the Show:  Iron Maiden - En Vivo

Beer of the Show:  Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. - Joyful Almond  Beer Rating:  3.5

Featured Tracks:  Narnia - Has The River Run Dry, Iron Maiden - Ghost of the Navigator, The Brew - Naked As I Stand, ZZ Top - I Gotsa Get Paid, Lemur Voice - Akasha Chronicles, Stratovarius - The Abyss of Your Eyes, Iron Maiden - Stranger in a Strange Land, KXM -Breakout, War of Words, Time Flies, Swamp Mind

Ragman's Classic of the Show:  Dokken - So Many Tears

Genghis' Classic of the Show:  Scorpions - Still Loving You

Ragman's Pick of the Show:  Children of Bodom - Platitudes and Barren Worlds

Genghis' Pick of the Show:  Killswitch Engage - The Signal Fire

-Ragman needs to see KXM live.  He'd even settle for a Lynch Mob/King's X show.

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