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1992 - Episode 5 - Angel Dust

Episode 5 of Somewhere in Time's retrospective look on albums from the year 1992 focuses on Angel Dust by the band Faith No More. This was quite a turning point in the career of Faith No More. Everything from the vocal style of Mike Patton to the evolution of their music is discussed in this episode. A lot of people may have been expecting to get "Epic" part 2 when this album was released, but that is certainly not the case with this one. Hear where Somewhere in Time Podcast ranks this album amongst the best albums of 1992 and a lot more. 

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Best of Somewhere in Time - Forgotten Gems

In this best of episode, the focus is on albums that were "forgotten gems", or albums that were revisited with low expectations, that were actually very good. Whether it be the case that the guys had simply forgotten how good the album was or perhaps they'd never even heard the album before, there are some good stories that go with each of the albums discussed in this episode. 

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1992 - Episode 4 - La Slayercisto

White Zombie's "La Sexorcisto - Devil Music Vol 1" is the topic of discussion in Episode 4 of Somewhere in Time's retrospective look on albums from the year 1992. Tim, Joe, Keith, and Eric discuss everything from the making of this album, the shift in musical direction that White Zombie made with this album, and how Beavis and Butthead helped their rise to stardom. 

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1992 - Episode 3 - A Bop Slappin’ Banger

Tim, Joe, Keith, and Eric discuss two albums in Episode 3 of their look back on albums from the year 1992. "Sweet Oblivion" by Screaming Trees and "Meantime" by Helmet. This was actually the first time hearing both of these albums for 3 out of 4 of the members of the podcast! Definitely some differing of opinions on a lot of the songs in this episode. 

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1992 - Episode 2 - Dirt

In Episode 2 of their retrospective look on albums from the year 1992, Somewhere in Time podcast discuss one of the biggest grunge albums of the era, with "Dirt" by Alice in Chains. Is this the best Alice in Chains album? What are some of the stories behind these songs? Take a listen and find out!

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1992 - Episode 1 - Yeah

In the first of a series of episodes discussing albums from the year 1992, Tim, Joe, Keith, and Eric discuss the album Blues for the Red Sun by Kyuss. One of the first bands to be labeled "Stoner Rock", Kyuss was known for their sludgy, bass heavy, Sabbath influenced sound. A band that influenced the likes of Dave Grohl and Metallica, Kyuss often doesn't get the recognition they deserve. 

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1991- Episode 19 - Blood Sugar Sex Magik

In the final episode of their discussion on albums from the year 1991, Somewhere in Time Podcast discuss the 5th studio album from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blood Sugar Sex Magik. This is the second album to feature the lineup of Anthony Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante, and Chad Smith. This episode features some facts you may not have known about this album, along with some in the studio clips that feature background noises and instruments you may not have even been aware are featured on this album! 

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1991 - Episode 18 - Give your dog a Bone Crackin Fever

In Episode 18 of their series of episodes surrounding albums from 1991, Somewhere in Time Podcast looks back on the debut album from Mr. Bungle, as well as the second, and final, album from Forced Entry, "As Above, So Below". 

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1991 - Episode 17 - Pat Boone, Debbie Boone

It's 2022, which means there should be new episodes about albums from 1992 up next. However, 1991 just had too many albums to discuss and Somewhere in Time Podcast continues their discussion about albums from '91 with both Use Your Illusion 1 and Use Your Illusion 2, by Guns 'n Roses. How do these albums compare to GnR's classic debut album? What type of difference does a new drummer and a keyboard player make on these albums? Found out this and more on this episode. 

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Best of 2021 - Part 2

In Part 2 of their Best of 2021 episode, Tim, Joe, and Eric take a look back on their collective top 3 albums of 2021 - "Fortitude" by Gojira, "Hushed and Grim" by Mastodon, and "Senjutsu" by Iron Maiden. Gojira and Mastodon get the track-by-track breakdown treatment, and all three hosts agree that both albums rank as not only the best albums of the year, but the best of each bands career. 

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