The Divisive Albums Podcast

This is a page for links to a podcast that I’m calling The Divisive Albums Podcast. The idea is that I look at albums from established bands that were, for whatever reason, controversial or divisive among their fanbase.

“Pre-pilot”: Def Leppard’s Slang (Show Notes) (Direct Download)–Right click and Save As to save to your hard drive.

Episode 1: Dream Theater’s Falling Into Infinity (Show Notes) (Direct Download)

Episode 2: Stabbing Westward’s self-titled album (Show Notes) (Direct Download)

Episode 3: Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk (Show Notes) (Direct Download)

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The Divisive Albums Podcast Episode -1: Def Leppard’s Slang

The “pre-pilot” episode of the Divisive Albums Podcast, which I did mainly to test out a few things. The first was whether the concept would hold my interest long enough to warrant my wanting to do future episodes. The second was whether I was good enough and entertaining enough that people would actually want to …

The Divisive Albums Podcast Episode 1: Dream Theater’s Falling Into Infinity

The first “proper” episode of The Divisive Albums Podcast, where I discuss an album by a band who are inherently pretty divisive: Dream Theater, and their 1997 album Falling Into Infinity! In the episode, I discuss the following. SHOW NOTES! 0:00: Intro and About Me 0:26: Introducing our band: Dream Theater! 0:30: Who are Dream …

The Divisive Albums Podcast Episode 2: Stabbing Westward’s Self-Titled Album

The second episode of The Divisive Albums Podcast, where I discuss an album by a band a lot of people forgot about: Stabbing Westward, and their 2001 self-titled album! In the episode, I discuss the following. SHOW NOTES! 0:00: Intro and Theme Song 0:22: About me, and introducing our band: Stabbing Westward! 0:51: Announcing we’re …

The Divisive Albums Podcast Episode 3: Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk

The third episode of The Divisive Albums Podcast, where I discuss the follow-up to one of the most successful albums in history: Fleetwood Mac’s 1979 double album, Tusk! The episode (Direct Download Link; right-click/download to save to your hard drive) comes with the following SHOW NOTES! 0:00: Intro and Theme Song 0:25: About me, and …

The Divisive Albums Podcast Episode 4: Yes’s Drama

For Episode Four, we travel back to 1980 and get to know five musicians who only worked all together one time. Three of them are what’s left of a prog-rock band after their singer and keyboardist left. The other two are a duo who write songs about the perils of technology using the finest recording …

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