In our 50th episode, the pod re-visits a few of our favorite live albums. Live albums can go one of two ways: they can be great and capture the essence of the band or they can be complete failures. This week, we dive into a few that really stand out from the pack.
Other topics include: Reaction to a recent study that heavy metal lowers blood pressure and reduces anxiety, and a reaction to DMX’s upcoming collaboration with Bono of U2.
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(On the episode: (0:00) Podcast and episode intro. (1:44) Reaction to a recent study that heavy metal lowers blood pressure and reduces anxiety. (7:37) Reaction to DMX’s upcoming collaboration with Bono of U2. (17:46) Main segment: Re-visiting a few of our favorite live albums).
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