August 26th, 2017
Today we close out August with our third foray into Queen's discography, this time discussing their fifth studio album, 1976's "A Day at the Races". Sandwiched between two mega-selling albums, "A Day at the Races", while still going platinum, could be seen as a bit of a disappointment when compared to "A Night at the Opera" and "News of the World". But what of this album? Was it an under-appreciated gem (or as under-appreciated as a platinum album could be), or was it a rushed effort and a misstep? Tune in to find out.
July 9th, 2016
Today, we're taking our second foray into Queen's discography by looking into their second album, 1974's "Queen II". Recorded while the band members were still working day jobs, Queen created a sound on "Queen II" that would become a hallmark of the band. But what of this album? Was it an art rock masterpiece or was it the over-produced dregs of glam rock? Tune in to find out. We also discuss our favorite moments from episodes thirty-one to forty.
January 16th, 2016
Join us as we discuss Queen's oft-maligned 1982 release, "Hot Space". Is it a bold move in a new direction, or is it a cocaine fueled mishmash of pop trends? Tune in to find out all this and more, and "jazz hands"...