May 27th, 2016
Today, Iron-Cast closes out Guilty Pleasure Month, where we review an album that is a guilty pleasure of at least one of the co-hosts of Iron-Cast, with the most guilty pleasure of them all, Mr. Mister's 1985 release, "Welcome to the Real World". So, it's a guilty pleasure for at least one co-host, but what about the album itself? Is this album a piece of mid-80's power pop gold or is it a prime example why the mid-80's was the worst part of the decade? Tune in to find out.
May 21st, 2016
We're still in the midst of Guilty Pleasure Month and the guilty pleasures just keep on coming. Today, Iron-Cast continues Guilty Pleasure Month, where we review an album that is a guilty pleasure of at least one of the members of Iron-Cast, with our third installment, Bananarama's 1983 debut release, "Deep Sea Skiving". So, is this album a piece of early 80's Euro Pop/ 60's Girl Group revival gold or is Bananarama an act that's better watched with the sound down (and your pants down too)? Tune in to find out.
May 13th, 2016
Join us for "Part Deux" of our Guilty Pleasure Month. If you liked our first Guilty Pleasure Month episode, then you're going to love the second one. Today, Iron-Cast continues Guilty Pleasure Month, where we review an album that is a guilty pleasure of at least one of the members of Iron-Cast, with Falco's 11.September.1985 release, "Falco 3". And we've brought in a special guest, Greg's S.O., Eddie Mercury (from Freddie Is The Champion) to join in on the fun. So, is this album a piece of 80's euro pop gold or is it one of the biggest disasters to ever happen on September 11th? Tune in to find out.
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May 6th, 2016
Join us as Iron-Cast brings you the first part of a new month-long theme. This time it's "Guilty Pleasure Month", where we review an album that is a guilty pleasure of at least one of the members of Iron-Cast. And boy are we starting "Guilty Pleasure Month" off with a doozy, reviewing Meat Loaf's 1977 release "Bat Out of Hell". Released with little to no fanfare, it has since become one of the highest-selling albums of all time. But what about this album? Is it a Wagnerian rock masterpiece or is it a humongous chunk of cheese with sugar dumped all over it? Tune in and find out.