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With a show that's been in existence for nearly 4 years and has covered numerous facets of rock and metal, you had to know this day would come. We think you'll like it anyway.

 

This week Aaron and Chris set out to tackle a true challenge....finding songs from the genre known as Rap Rock that actually kick ass. This genre is picked apart and ridiculed by many rock and metal purists but your hosts aim this week to dig up some gems and prove that there's some good stuff even in midst of something they hate. Tracks from Rage Against the Machine, Clutch, Kid Rock, Incubus, Gwar, Body Count, The Deftones, Mudvayne and much, much more are included. We hope you'll listen with an open mind as we spin some rockin' riffs and righteous rhymes......otherwise, please come back next week. Dig it!

 

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Todd Cunningham, Anthony Pool, David Alpizar, Dave Shirt, Devin Fox, Marc Alden Taylor, Rhys Lett, Ryan Sessions, Bakko, Bill Wang, Ian Wadley (Rock & Metal Combat Podcast), Robin Bennett, Justin Hayes, Colin Francis, Joe Lascon, Matt Bradshaw, Jeff Hogland, Trevor McDougall, Brent Walter, Scott Olinger, Mike Blount, Derik Novak, Matt Syverson, Joe Royland, Dan Chaput, PJ Brown, Howard Tate, Brent Tibbets, Corey Nowlin, John Sunday, Warren Money, Mike Stewart, Matt Porter (BIG shout-out), Watchin’ You podcast, Gary Daggett, Blair Linthorne, Brad Kanott, Mike Blount, Chad Pollock, Sit & Spin with Joe, Brian Knapp, RAW Magazine, Hot Metal Magazine, Loudmouth, Faces Rocks Magazine, paul47m, Shawn Franklin, Allen Tate, Chris Capaldo, MusicMagsAndWax, Jack Broad, PodcastsAreTheBest, Monte Carr, hoops, Eric Gaudet, Nick Rose, Frank D. Stealth, Trapper Knight, Sven Isaksson, thekissroom

 

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We're back this week to talk about the second half of a very polarizing album.

 

Chris and Aaron return this week with the second part of their discussion with producer Toby Wright for Albums Unleashed - Carnival of Souls. Covering the second half of this controversial KISS album, Toby shares his memories of the tracking and mixing of the songs including the Gene Simmons-sung 'In My Head,' which was written by Gene along with Scott Van Zen and Jaime St. James of Black n' Blue. In this section of the discussion, Wright remembers pushing Simmons and bandmate Paul Stanley to record harmony vocals in the vein of Alice in Chains members Jerry Cantrell and Layne Staley; and how the attempt would fall short by comparison.

 

Another track discussed in this hour-plus special is 'I Confess.' Wright reflects on a tense recording session involving a string section that was brought in to add a dark feel to the songs and how he had to get the classically-trained musicians to break convention to pull off the sound he was after.

 

Other tracks covered in this Albums Unleashed special include the psychadelic-tinged 'In the Mirror,' the Black Sabbath-inspired track 'It Never Goes Away,' and one of the most unusual tracks in the KISS catalog; the Middle-Eastern sounding 'Seduction of the Innocent,' 

 

Most notably, however, is the discussion of the debut (and lone) KISS vocal of guitarist Bruce Kulick. This track had quite a history as Wright explains the numerous permutations it would take on during the tracking process (including a lead vocal take from Simmons). This track's autobiographical nature would play out as life would later imitate art in the form of the KISS reunion and guitarist Kulick and drummer Eric Singer would wind up unemployed.

 

Toby Wright goes into great detail in this discussion of how Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley called a meeting during the overdub sessions for Carnival of Souls to break the news that they had been solicited with a multi-million dollar offer to put on the greasepaint and reunite with original KISS drummer and guitarist Peter Criss and Ace Frehley; respectively.

 

The effect of the reunion announcement would have a catastrophic effect on the album; as it was immediately shelved by Mercury Records, leaked on the internet, and then, with very little fanfare, released by the record label in October of 1997. 

 

The Decibel Geek Podcast wants to thank Toby Wright for giving so much time in discussing a controversion, yet bittersweet, album in his massively successful discography. We hope you enjoy this 2 part Albums Unleashed special on KISS' Carnival of Souls.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:53 PM

We wanted to get into something polarizing and divisive this week. Mission accomplised...

 

Famed producer Toby Wright sits down with Chris and Aaron this week for part 1 of a 2 part Albums Unleashed special covering KISS' 1997 release Carnival of Souls.

 

Shelved in early 1996 by Mercury Records due to KISS taking a left turn at Reunionville, Carnival of Souls leaked shortly thereafter and was bootlegged in large numbers necessitating an official release in October of 1997.

 

In this hour-plus part 1 episode, Toby Wright recounts his initial meetings with Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley about the "new direction" in which the band was deciding to head, his impressions of the songs being written for the album, and the tracking of basic tracks. The track by track discussion in this episode includes Toby's memories of the creation of songs 'Hate,' 'Rain,' 'Master & Slave,' 'Childhoods End,' ' I Will Be There,' and 'Jungle.' Discussion of tension between Simmons & Stanley over arrangements is also included as well as Wright's memories of a tense mixing session with Simmons in regards to his bass part in one of the songs and how, due to the co-production credit on the album, politics and diplomacy had to be in delicate balance.

 

It's the first half of deep talk about one of KISS' most polarizing albums; with many members of the KISS Army either loving it or hating it. We hope you enjoy Albums Unleashed - Carnival of Souls with Toby Wright.

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EDITOR NOTE: Much of the source material for questions presented in this 2 part special from Bruce Kulick's fantastic Carnival of Souls Retrospective. Click HERE to check it out!

 

 

 

 

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After having full intention of recording a new Year in Review episode, life got in the way but something more fun came from it; talking to you!

 

Aaron and Chris call an audible this week. Instead of an intended Year in Review show (don't worry, it'll still happen), the guys get on the blower and talk to you! In this hour-plus interactive episode, your hosts have quick chats with friends of the show including listeners, musicians, and hosts of other great podcasts; all answering one important question. 

 

You'll hear from folks including Mitch Lafon (One on One with Mitch Lafon), Victor Ruiz (Mars Attacks Podcast), Joe Polo (Podcast Rock City), Ian Wadley (Rock and Metal Combat Podcast), Roch Vallaincourt (Radioactive Metal Podcast), Ryan Cook (Big Rock Show/Hair of the Dog), Chip Z'nuff (Enuff Z'nuff), and many others including numerous Decibel Geek listeners. This was a bit of an experiment but it was a lot of fun to record. We hope you enjoy Rock n Rolodex!

 

Calls in Order

 

Jeff “Crippler” Daniels – Nirvana ‘Dumb’

Andrew Jacobs – Beatles ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’

Warren Money – Van Halen ‘Top of the World’

Jack Broad – Beatles – ‘Helter Skelter’

Billy Hardaway – Iron Maiden – ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’

Ian Wadley – Van Halen ‘Romeo Delight’

Brian Ingbretson – Iron Maiden ‘Powerslave’

JTB - Elvis Preley – 'Promised Land'

Mitch Lafon – Metallica – ‘Creeping Death’

Ryan Cook – KISS – ‘100,000 Years’ 

Bill Wang – Rush – 'Cygnus X-1'

Joe Polo – KISS – 'Creatures of the Night'

Nicholas (wrong #) – Pearl Jam – 'Black'

Victor Ruiz – KISS – 'All Hell’s Breaking Loose'

Ben Mitchell – KISS – Take it Off

Trevor McDougall – KISS –'Unholy'

Roch Vallaincourt – KISS – 'Let Me Go Rock n’Roll' 

Chip Z’nuff – Beatles – Dear Prudence

 

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Todd Cunningham, Joe Royland, David Alpizar, David Stonich, Marc Alden Taylor, Jeff Hogland, Warren Money, James Brendon Dunn, Joel Hebensperger, Jay Barth, Chris Karam, Ian Wadley, Shane Hebert, Wally Norton, Derik Novak, Corey Nowlin, Ben Mitchell, Trevor McDougall, Robert Foster, Matt Bradshaw, Joe Lascon, Mark Lo, Brent Tibbets, Brent Walter, Andrew Jacobs, Howard Tate, Sit and Spin with Joe, Dave Shirt,  Greg “Woody” Embry, Mark Edwards, Jimi Love, Brandt Cattell, Chad Pollock, hoops, Rock and Roll GPS, Dave Stell, thekissroom, hkcollectibles, Billy Hardaway, Hot Metal Magazine, RAW Magazine, Faces Rocks Magazine, Loudmouth, Daniel Chaput, Jack Broad Viking Girl

 

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There's been a lot of talk in the KISS fan world about the original road crew. This week, we have one of them on to talk about the good old days.

 

Jay "Hot Sam" Barth guests this week to discuss his time working for KISS during their rise to stardom. As front-of-house sound mixer, Hot Sam had a great seat to watch Gene, Paul, Ace, and Peter slay audiences on a nightly basis. In this discussion, Hot Sam discusses his time working with the band on the Dressed to Kill tour, the recording of KISS Alive!, the popularity of the band in his hometown of Detroit, and the changes that he witnessed during the Destroyer tour in 1976. 

 

Other members of the original KISS crew have released a book documenting the era entitled, 'Out on the Streets.' It can be purchased HERE

 

The Decibel Geek podcast thanks Jay "Hot Sam" Barth for coming on the show and sharing his memories of working with KISS.

 

 

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Brent Walter, Nikos Tevelis, David Alpizar, Devin Fox, Todd Cunningham, Justin Hayes, Jeff Hogland, Warren Money, Andrew Jacobs, Trevor McDougall, Mike Blount, James Brendon Dunn, Wayne Cross, Marc Alden Taylor, Ian Wadley (Rock & Metal Combat Podcast), Shane Hebert, Darren Parkin, Sit & Spin with Joe, Brian Knapp, Chad Pollock, Tom Cullen, Vic Rector, Bill, Jack Russell, Mojo Dave, hoops, DC, Derik Novak, Daniel Lee, Armando Serna, Stealth, MusicMagsAndWax, RAW Magazine, Hot Metal Magazine, Loudmouth, Faces Rocks Magazine

 

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Love is in the air once again...so it's time to break out some sappy shit!

 

Aaron and Chris commemorate this year's Valentine's Day with the second volume of their For the Ladies collection of power ballads. In this hour plus block of music, you'll get heartfelt anthems from artists such as Y&T, Salty Dog, Babylon AD, Hair of the Dog, Slaughter, and Aerosmith among others.

 

It's okay to let your macho guard down for a week, fellas. Enjoy, For the Ladies volume 2!

 

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Todd Cunningham, David Alpizar, Miguel Nunez, Scott Lull, Joe Royland, Wayne Cross, Chris Karam, Jeff Hogland, Trevor McDougall, Matt Ashcraft, Wally Norton, Derik Novak, Corey Nowlin, PJ Brown, Mike Blount, Justin Hayes, Devin Fox, Joe Hebensperger, Rob Harris, Paul Korn, Dan Chaput, Marc Alden Taylor, Ian Wadley, Billy Hardaway, Andrew Jacobs, Warren Money, Enoch Tsarion, JTB’s Groovy Record Room, Sit and Spin with Joe, Darren Parken, Kai Velmer, Chap Pollock, Rodney Dickson, Jason Wood, Steve, Collins, hoops, MusicMagsAndWax, The Mooger Fooger, DC, Rock and Roll GPS, Armando Serna, Joe Barnes, Soundcheck DFW, Gary Stonge, RAW Magazine, Hot Metal Magazine, Loudmouth, Faces Rocks Magazine, Mike Stewart

 

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Sometimes it's best to just start at the beginning; and this week we're doing just that.

 

Aaron and Chris return this week to present Demo-licious; an hour-plus of the original inspiration for tunes from some of your favorite bands. You'll hear unreleased songs from bands like KISS, Motley Crue, Cinderella, and Ace Frehley. You'll also get the original demos for tracks that would take shape later down the road from bands like Van Halen, Guns N' Roses, and some interesting situations involving demos from Black Sabbath and Metallica. Enjoy Demo-licious and SHARE it with a friend!

 

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Mike Blount, Warren Money, Marc Alden Taylor, Bakko, Todd Cunningham, Robert Foster, Trevor McDougall, Ian Wadley (Rock and Metal Combat podcast), Jeff Hogland, Wally Norton, Derik Novak, Andrew Jacobs, Joe Royland, Brent Walter, Matt Syverson (Paperback Rocker Podcast), Chad Pollock, Brian Knapp, Darren Parkin, West Side Dave, Sit and Spin with Joe, Enoch Tsarion, The Mooger Fooger, DC, Viking Girl, Billy Hardaway, hoops, Joe Royland

 

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We dig deep into the Decibel Geek vault for something never heard before.

 

Chris and Aaron present a chat with former Dan Hartman group member Blanche Napoleon. The group, formed in the late 70's by Hartman (a former member of the Edgar Winter group) and included Napoleon on backing vocals, drummer Hilly MichaelsG.E. Smith, and a young, unknown guitarist named Vincent Cusano. The Hartman group had a Hot 100 disco hit in 'Instant Replay'; of which the promo video has gained some popularity in recent years due to the "interesting" choreography between Cusano and Smith.

 

Blanche shares her memories of Vinnie during his musically formative years, the bond between the band members, Hartman's connection to other musical notables of the day, the disco nightlife of the late 70's in New York City and much more.

 

 

Editor's Note: The interview portion of this episode was recorded in December of 2011. It was shelved at the time due to being too far out of demographic. Upon further reflection and a growing fanbase with diverse tastes, it's being released now. Apologies to Blanche Napoleon and her appearance on The Decibel Geek podcast is much appreciated.



 

 


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After a week Down Under, we're back to a format that feels like a good ole pair of jeans.

 

Chris and Aaron present volume 20 of their long-running music-based Radio Sucks Radio Show format. No top-40, no corporate directives; just great rock and metal music that spans decades and borders and delivers over a full hour of ear candy. Great tracks from Poison, Gus G., D.A.D., Monte Pittman, Clutch, The Tip, and many more! Dig it!

 

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Miguel Nunez, Danny Allen Clark, David Alpizar, Nick Tevelis, Devin Fox, Robert DePasqua, Joe Lascon, Joe Royland, Jason Thomas Broadrick, Scott Olinger, Shane Hebert, Kynan O’Meara, Brent Walter, Warren Money, Billy Hardaway, Derik Novak, Jeff Hogland, Marc Alden Taylor, Ian Wadley (Rock and Metal Combat Podcast), Brent Tibbetts, Mike Bount, James Brendon Dunn, Brian Knapp, JTB’s Groovy Record Room, Wayne Newburn, Chad Pollock, Rock and Roll GPS, TwittEarl, Barrisite, hoops, Daniel Chaput, DC, Raw Magazine, Hot Metal Magazine, Loudmouth, Faces Rocks Magazine

 

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Chris and Aaron return this week to bring you Aussie Rock volume 1! In this hour-plus episode the guys spin some of their favorite music from Down Under. You'll hear some familiar names but some not-so-familiar ones as well to give you a taste of some awesome Australian talent.

 

This week you get great tracks from well-known Aussie bands such as AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, and Airbourne. You'll also get some cool tracks from great artists such as Skyhooks, Electric Mary, White Widdow, Chinatown Angels and much more. A lot of great hard rock to fill your head holes. Dig it!

 

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Danny Allen Clark, Devin Fox, Brian Bates, Miguel Nunez, Todd Cunningham, Sid Menon, Brian Bates, Miguel Nunez, David Alpizar, Derik Novak, Bakko, Crash Crafton, Justin Ace Sixx, Matt Ashcraft, Kal Hinz, Rich Dillon, Robert de Pasqua, Joe Royland, Gino Ames, Jeff Hogland, Marc Bullard, Shane Hebert, Joe Lascon, Matt Syverson (Paperback Rocker podcast), James Brendon Dunn, Ian Wadley (Rock and Metal Combat Podcast), Howard Tate, Scott Olinger, Brent Walter, Warren Money, Brian Knapp, David Green, John Morton, Orm Arnarson, Brad Kanott, Sit and Spin with Joe, Darren Parkin, Robin Bennett, Lee Schembri, Chad Pollock, Rodney Dickson, Faces Rocks Magazine, Loudmouth, Raw Magazine, Hot Metal Magazine, Billy Hardaway, John Sturm, Hoops, Lisa Gillis Books, Jack Broad, Mando Serna, The Mooger Fooger, Metalfavs, MusicMagsAndWax, Creatures of the Net, The Cassius Morris Show, Barrisite, Steve, Rob Lane, TwitEarl, Sven Isaksson, Hard Rocking Trivia Show, Rock and Roll GPS, Cesar Neyra



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Psychonaut - Death to False Metal (from the album Shock 'em Dead)

 

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