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Former KISS keyboardist and friend of Eric Carr joins the guys this week to celebrate the life of the late drummer on the 25th anniversary of his loss. Gary joined KISS in 1987 for the Crazy Nights tour and remained with the band throughout 1990's Hot in the Shade tour. During this period he developed a close bond with Eric Carr as the two would spend much of their free time entertaining each other on the road. In this long form talk, Gary shares stories from his friendship with Eric including some behind the scenes stories that should be new to many KISS fans.

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Also, Gary shows Chris and Aaron some home videos from his days in KISS and gets their reactions. Footage viewed includes an impromptu 40th birthday party in Eric's hotel room attended by Eric, Gary, Gene Simmons, Bruce Kulick and then-girlfriend Carrie Stevens. Other candid footage discussed includes a golf outing in Ireland with Paul Stanley and a famous British singer he was dating at the time.

The guys also view and discuss some cool live footage from the Monsters of Rock tour of Europe in 1988 as well as shows on the Hot in the Shade tour. This conversation went very long and was a lot of fun thus, the necessity to break it up into parts. Part 1 is just the tip of the iceberg as there's much more Eric Carr and KISS talk to come in Part 2. We hope you enjoy Eric Carr Remembered with Gary Corbett Pt1 and SHARE with a friend!

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Hoser Heavy Metal Vol. 5 with Löve RazërThis week on the Decibel Geek Podcast it's time for the yearly break for hosts Chris and Aaron. As the guys take the week off to enjoy their Thanksgiving football and turkey et al, The Canadian Hosers take over for their fifth time. Self-dubbed "The Hoser Heavy Metal Twins", mostly due to being born on the very same day....and mass beer consumption during the moniker choosing process....Wally "Wallygator" Norton and Rich "The Meister" Dillon are Decibel Geek's Original Hosers. In the past, the Canadians' yearly hosted podcast has included the introduction of a lot of Canadian music as well as special guests like Greg Fraser and Stevie Skreebs from Canadian band Brighton Rock.

This year we find the Hoser Metalheads at a pub in Etobicoke, Ontario (nearby their favorite rock club, The Rockpile) with the new band Löve Razër. This quartet of youthful Sunset Strip style rockers met with our Hosers a few hours before taking The Rockpile stage to open up for Tracii Guns back in October.

Löve Razër was introduced to Decibel Geek by a friend of Wally's and after hearing the EP Rock n' Roll Addiction, Wally felt compelled to write a review (EP Review). From there the floodgates of Decibel Geek love opened up for Löve Razër. Regular podcast hosts Chris and Aaron spun a track shortly after during a Fresh Blood themed episode (Fresh Blood Vol.4 Ep#239). Rich "The Meister" Dillon saw the band's first ever live show in Toronto (Live at the Linsmore). Laura Suchan reviewed her first Löve Razër performance as the band stormed Oshawa, Ontario (Live in Oshawa). Staff writer Blair DeAbreu covered a Löve Razër show in London, Ontario (Live at Eastsides). Star photographer Shawn "Animalize" Irwin has also been on hand to capture incredible stage moments for Löve Razër (Live at the Rockpile).

One of Decibel Geek's writers based in the UK has even reached out and requested a copy of the EP!

As you'll hear throughout this in-depth discussion, Löve Razër's members completely missed the Sunset Strip era averagely aged 20-21. Yet the band emulate the sounds and styles so well in the just over a year that they've been together. You'll hear about the plans for an upcoming full-length and touring hopes. Also discussed is the formation of Löve Razër, why and how they got into sleaze/glam rock, a special Decibel Geek connection, and some stories from the road. We hope you enjoy Hoser Heavy Metal Vol. 5 with Löve Razër and SHARE with a friend!

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iTunes Review:

Very Solid Show!

by Smooth Slaney on Oct 05, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Can't say enough great things about this podcast. I just recently discovered the Decibel Geek podcast and I'm having a blast going through the archived episodes. These guys show the love for all things rock and metal. I love the what if scenarios they talk about with Shoulda Been a Single being very entertaining. The Albums Unleashed episodes are great and it's awesome to get the scoop on awesome albums like Warrant's Dog Eat Dog, Kiss' Carnival of Souls, Alice Cooper's DaDa and Skid Row's Slave to the Grind. Good conversations on every episode...same kinda chats that my buddies and I have on Friday nights over some beers. It's also great to be turned on to stuff that I've never heard before...I'm always looking for something fresh to these ears. If you love rock and metal...download NOW!!

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Chris and Aaron will read a double shot of "Geeks of the Week" on their next episode. The Canadian Hoseheads did not have the information at the time of recording, so feel free to overshare this one and make Chris' job extra hard next week :)

We will also be selecting, at random, 5 sharers of this episode to receive a free Löve Razër Rock n Roll Addiction EP. But...you must meet three requirements first: 1- share this episode (which you already do anyway). 2- "Like" the Löve Razër Facebook page (which you may already have done anyway). 3- Leave them a comment on the Löve Razër page letting them know that you heard the episode (easy to do)...... we'll have a member of the band randomly select 5 names and if you've completed this trilogy we'll mail you an EP!

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The guys are joined this week by DBG VIP The Rockin' Donkey for a Y&T Discussion. Formed in 1973 in Oakland, California, Y&T were originally known as Yesterday and Today. After two good, but poorly received, albums for London Records the band, featuring singer/guitarist Dave Meneketti, guitarist Joey Alves, bassist Phil Kennemore, and drummer Leonard Haze, were signed to A&M Records. 1981's Earthshaker would kick off the newly re-branded Y&T and launch a trilogy of albums that formed the backbone of their concert set list and solidified their fan base. Rounding out that trilogy were 1982's Black Tiger and 1983's Mean Streak. While these albums had moderate success, the higher positions of the Billboard charts continued to elude Y&T. That theme would continue with 1984's In Rock We Trust but the tide would change with the release of the song Summertime Girls. Originally appearing as the lone studio track on the live Open Fire album, the song would get added to 1985's Down for the Count and give Y&T some serious commercial attention. That attention would be fleeting however as Summertime Girls remains their biggest hit single and Y&T was subsequently dropped from A&M Records.

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1987 saw the band re-emerge on the rock-heavy Geffen label. Original drummer Leonard Haze was out and new drummer Jimmy Degrasso was in. Contagious had every ingredient from the keyboard to the hooks to the hairspray that should've assured bigger success. Unfortunately, the guiding hand of John Kalodner couldn't pull Y&T to the success of which he had with Aerosmith. After releasing 1990's Ten album (featuring new guitarist Stef Burns replacing Alves), Y&T took a long break as the new wave of Grunge music started to take over. 1995 saw the band return with Musically Incorrect; an album that had solid material yet certainly was not flavor-of-the-week fare. That trend would continue with 1997's aptly titled Endangered Species. Y&T would go on an extended hiatus as guitarist/singer Dave Meneketti focused on a solo career. The band would come back to rave reviews in 2010 with Facemelter (featuring new drummer Mike Vanderhule); an album that showed a serious return to form for the band. Tragically, this would be the final album for bassist Phil Kennemore who succumbed to cancer during the touring cycle for the album. Y&T would soldier on with replacement bassist Brad Lang before being replaced in 2016 by Aaron Leigh. The band had two more tragic losses in 2016 as original drummer Leonard Haze and longtime sound man Tom Size both passed away.

In this in-depth discussion your hosts and guest discuss the history of the band and go through each album in the studio discography. Favorite and least favorite tracks are discussed as well as album covers and lyrics. Underlining much of the conversation are theories of why this amazing band never achieved bigger success. It's a long, fun discussion about a band that continues to wow crowds 40 years after the release of their first album. We hope you enjoy Y&T Discussion - Ep263 and SHARE with a friend!

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iTunes Review:

Okay... I'm hooked!

by DaveChandler22 on Nov 09, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

I just started listening a last week. I listened to "1974 in Review" and that was cool! I grew up a Kiss fan. I loved that so much Kiss came up and the Casablanca insight. Also, I really enjoyed the Ratt/Alexi show! I had forgotten how great Ratt was. I'll be looking for some of those songs you guys played. I will going back and listening to more past shows (more than likely all of the past shows) as well as looking forward to your new ones. Thanks guys!

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Chris and Aaron return this week to bring you another huge slab of great rock to shove down your ear holes with Radio Sucks Radio Show v27. In this hour-plus music and discussion episode, the guys talk about recent events including KISS Kruise VI that had the band donning their Creatures of the Night era costumes and performing such deep cuts as Rock n Roll Hell, Keep Me Comin', Wouldn't You Like to Know Me, and Radioactive. The guys also discuss the great material and contributions from the Decibel Geek team at the Rock N' Skull festival in Illinois. Tons of great video of the festival is included on the Decibel Geek Youtube page including a number of Decibel Geek staffers introducing Stephen Pearcy to the stage!

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Radio Sucks Radio Show v27

On top of that you'll get killer cuts from Arcade, Eclipse, KISS, Tuff, WASP, Motley Crue, Hair of the Dog, Racer X, Clutch, and Guns of Nevada. It's a ton of great rock so give it a listen! We hop you enjoy Radio Sucks Radio Show v27 and SHARE with a friend!

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On the Rails!

by J J Mac on Nov 07, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Great discussions and interviews. Love the mix of old, new and rare music. Keeps me entertained at work while I'm loading & unloading coal on my crazy train!

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Chris & Aaron return this week to focus on bands that gave us a single great album and then disappeared with One and Done - Ep261. In this long-form music and discussion episode, your hosts present 10 what-could-have-been cases involving great one album bands including Trigger, Mad Season, Heavy Bones, Life Sex & Death, Slammin' Gladys, Betty Blowtorch, Cats in Boots, Loudmouth, Pariah, and Imperial Drag. We hope you enjoy One and Done - Ep261 and SHARE with a friend!

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iTunes Review & Shout Out:

Alexi Lalas !!!!

by parcored56 on Oct 19, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Your latest show featuring the music of Ratt with soccer player and analyst Alexi Lalas is one of the best podcasts I've ever listened to !Thank you !

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Hello me and my family are huge fans of your podcast - we love it and never miss one , we just wondered if we could get a mention on your podcast from lee beet and the beet family listening from Birmingham U.K ??..  - Lee Anthony Beet

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Skid Row bassist Rachel Bolan and producer Michael Wagener join the guys this week for Albums Unleashed Skid Row. Recorded in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Skid Row was released January 24, 1989 on Atlantic Records. Thanks to strong response to singles such as 'Youth Gone Wild,' '18 and Life,' 'Piece of Me,' and the ballad 'I Remember You,' Skid Row would go on to sell over 5 million copies. This self-titled debut featured the talents of bassist Bolan, drummer Rob Affuso, singer Sebastian Bach, and the twin-guitar assault of Scotti Hill and Dave "The Snake" Sabo. In this nearly two hour discussion, Bolan discusses the early days of Skid Row, including a period pre-Bach that featured vocalist Matt Fallon. Fallon would unfortunately go down in infamy as someone that lost out on stardom not once but twice as he was jettisoned from jobs with Anthrax and Skid Row. Bolan also shares the circumstances that led to Bach's hiring at the young age of 19. Michael Wagener shares his memories of how he was brought on board to produce the album by A&R man Jason Flom and Skid Row manager Doc McGhee.

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Albums Unleashed Skid Row

Skid Row's beginnings were helped in part to Bon Jovi. Guitarist Sabo was childhood friends with Jon Bon Jovi  and the friends had agreed to help each other out if one "made it" before the other. But Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora were not going to lend a hand until Skid Row was ready. In this long-form discussion, Bolan shares stories of rounds of songwriting between he and Sabo being critiqued by the two Bon Jovi leaders and scrutinized until they deemed the band ready.

Recording the album in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Skid Row and Wagener got down to business right away. In this discussion, Michael shares his memories of the production of 'Skid Row' and how the band, while certainly having a wild side, were all business when it came to their time in the studio. Rachel also remembers the hobbies that he took up to help pass the time in the Midwest during production.

Bolan and Wagener detail track by track the songwriting and production of each song on the album. It's an in-depth look behind the scenes of one of the biggest hard rock debut albums of all-time. We hope you enjoy Albums Unleashed Skid Row with Rachel Bolan and Michael Wagener and SHARE with a friend!

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Soccer legend Alexi Lalas joins the guys this week for a RATT Discussion; breaking down all eight studio albums and discussing the history of the band. RATT was one of the most notable bands to emerge from the burgeoning Sunset Strip era of the early 1980's. From the self-titled EP that earned them a roster spot on Atlantic Records to the breakthrough success of Out of the Cellar, RATT let the world know early and often that they were a force to be reckoned with. Guitarists Robbin Crosby and Warren DeMartini formed a tandem that would write some of hard rock's most memorable riffs. Bobby Blotzer and Juan Croucier combined for a powerful rhythm section. And Stephen Pearcy topped things off with a sleazy look and vocal delivery that made RATT stand out from the pack.

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RATT Discussion with Alexi Lalas

In this nearly 2-hour music and discussion talk, Alexi Lalas explains how he first discovered RATT as a youngster in suburban Detroit. In addition to the muscial influence the band had on him, he shares stories of how the band's fashion sense rubbed off on him. It's no doubt a fact that RATT's influence would help inspire Alexi to have one of the most unique looks in the world of sports in the 1990's.

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Your three hosts break down every album including the often-underrated Dancing Undercover as well as Detonator. They also discuss later albums including the 1999 self-titled album that sported a different sound than what most RATT fans were accustomed to. 2010 saw RATT return to form with Infestation; a solid slab of classic-sounding RATT material that the rock world took to immediately. In this long-form episode, Alexi shares his thoughts on these albums as well as the situation concerning Bobby Blotzer's new version of RATT, the legal wrangling that's been taking place over the last year, and the recent Monsters of Rock Cruise performance of the remaining members of RATT. It's a solid block of RATT and Roll. We hope you enjoy RATT Discussion with Alexi Lalas and SHARE with a friend!

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The guys blast a bunch of awesome songs and simultaneously tip their hat to the good guys in law enforcement with Crankin the Law - Ep258. In this hour-plus block of rock, your hosts spin killer law-related tracks from the likes of Helloween, X-Cops, Hardcore Superstar, Motorhead, Saxon, Suicidal Tendencies, Soundgarden, Anthrax, Anti-Nowhere League, and Stryper.

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They also discuss law enforcement and its effect on society and rock n' roll. We hope you enjoy Crankin the Law - Ep258 and SHARE with a friend!

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Unbe-friggin'believable!!!

by tjcarolina on Sep 21, 2016
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Holy S#@T!!! Great Episode this week. "Rare Hair" was killer. This week was just phenomenal as is every week. Even when they banter incessantly about KISS they are still entertaining and informative. Never seems to disappoint. Makes me look forward to every upcoming week to get the new episodes!! They constantly remind us that there are more to the bands we love beside "The Hits"! Rare Hair got down to the meat and potatoes of why we love the bands we do. The Hits brought us the band, Rare Hair showed is why they are still in our hearts. Keep the flag flying guys!!!

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The guys return this week to kick off a new show concept based on how music relates to human emotions; the first of which is Happiness. In this long form music and discussion episode, you'll get tips on how to achieve happiness. You'll also learn steps you can take to prevent unhappy psychotic vampires from sucking away your joy.

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Happiness - Ep257


 

In addition to the great tunes selected by your hosts that inspire their own happiness, you'll also get tracks suggested by listeners that have helped keep their chin up. Songs from David Lee Roth, Y&T, Nazareth, Bon Jovi, Poison, Edguy, Reckless Love, KISS, Slash's Snakepit, and Enuff Z'nuff. We hope you enjoy Happiness - Ep257 and SHARE with a friend!

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Keep the Decibels rising!
by Stepxen on Sep 15, 2016
RATING: ★★★★★
Decibel Geek was one of the first podcasts I started liste Rxning to and they have given me much to enjoy! Great interviews and Albums Unleashed on some of my favorites! Chris and Aaron have a good chemistry and while one loves Ugly Kid Joe way to much they both love KISS and that's fine by me!My absolute favorite episode is the episode on DaDa. Any show that does a full episode interviewing the GREAT Dick Wagner about the vastly underrated DaDa album has my glowing adoration. That album is so genius and overlooked and I am so glad that you guys interviewed him before he was gone about this gem!The John Corabi and Toby Wright (Carnival) interviews were great too, both albums are largely overlooked but the s/t Motley album is IMO their best and Carnival is easily in my top 3 KISS albums of all times, so to hear the behind the scenes stories was wonderful! Keep up the good work guys!

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This week Chris and Aaron are joined by musician/promoter Tyson Leslie for Rare Hare; an hour-plus of great talk and music including tracks from Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Bon Jovi, David Lee Roth, Cinderella, Vain, Mr. Big, and Great White. All of the songs on this week's show will be performed at the upcoming Rare Hare 3 concert that is taking place in Nashville, TN at 12th & Porter on Monday, September 26th.

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Rare Hare

In this long-form discussion and music episode, Tyson shares the Rare Hare series story. This series of concerts features professional musicians of multiple genres coming together for a night of deep cuts that celebrate one of our favorite eras of music. Tyson relays how the shows have been set up and how, through this burgeoning Nashville community, it's brought business relationships and friendships together as well as a chance to see some of our Hair-era heroes performing their own songs in an intimate setting. Among the recognizable names performing this time are Anthony Corder (Tora Tora), Dave Marshall (Vince Neil, Slaughter), Greg Mangus, Peter Baltes & Christopher Williams (ACCEPT), Sandy Gennaro (Blackjack), ZP Theart (Skid Row, Dragonforce), Jeff Labar (Cinderella), Ricky Dover (The Tip), Jeremy Asbrock (Rock N Roll Residency, John Corabi), Ryan Cook (Big Rock Show, Hard of the Dog), Rachel Bolan (Skid Row), Dakota Denman (Denman), Anthony Focx (Beautiful Creatures). During the discussion the guys each pick three songs that are slated for the upcoming Rare Hare 3 show as a cool way to give you a preview of what to expect. It's a fun discussion underscored by a ton of great tunes. We hope you enjoy Rare Hare with Tyson Leslie and SHARE with a friend!

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