This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "Paranoid," the second studio album from legendary British heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Released in 1970, this album is a classic within the genre and a pioneering album.
First Fancy New Band back in what feels like a lifetime! We had the pleasure of having Sam Charlesworth in studio today to tout a few tracks from an already bulging discography. Some good tunes for a sunny Friday Morning.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "The Gold Experience," the 17th studio album from Prince. Released in 1995, this album came out at the height of Prince's legal battles with his record label Warners, which even saw Prince change his name.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at Kid A, the forth studio album from British alternative band Radiohead. Released in 2000, this was the moment Radiohead tore up their musical script by ditching guitars and moving head first into electronic music. It would be a move that would define their career to date.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "Labcabincalifornia," the second studio album from LA hip hop group The Pharcyde. Released in 1995, this album cemented the group as one of the key jazz rap acts of the 90s.
This week, Sam and Geneva took a look at the self-titled debut album from American "techno-rock" group Garbage. Released in 1995, Garbage found success molding elements of rock and dance music, a style that saw them land a song in the 1996 Romeo & Juliet film remake.
This week, Sam takes a look at "Tim," the fourth studio album from American alternative rock band The Replacements. Released in 1985, this album is a college rock classic and one of the best alternative albums from the 1980s.