Modern Musicology #33 – Bad Albums by Great Artists!

Modern Musicology #33 - Bad Albums by Great Artists

Bad Albums (or Songs) by Great Artists! Every artist or band, no matter how great they are, have that one (hopefully only one!) album that just doesn’t stack up to the rest of their output. Or, maybe that artist or band has a great album, but right in the middle is that one track that you just don’t care for. That’s the topic this week as Stephanie, Anthony, Rob and Alan dig through their collections to find some of the lowlights by U2, Prince, Stevie Nicks, INXS, Marillion, Suede and more. But first, we take a few moments to remember Olivia Newton-John and Lamont Dozier

1:00 -Listener Feedback
2:30 -Olivia Newton-John
11:30 -Lamont Dozier
13:45 – Shout Outs (What We’ve Been Listening To)
22:30 – BAD ALBUMS (OR SONGS) BY GREAT ARTISTS

Can you think of something that we didn’t cover — something that really sets your teeth on edge?

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