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1990 – Episode 9 Part 2 – “Fancy Guitarmen”. We discuss the classic 1990 album, “Rust in Peace” by Megadeth

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1990 – Episode 9 Part 2 – Fancy Guitarmen

In Part 2 of Episode 9, Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are joined, once again, by friend and fellow musician, Justin Hassler, to continue discussing albums celebrating 30 years. This episode is dedicated to the 1990 classic, “Rust in Peace” by Megadeth! 

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1990 – Episode 9 Part 1 – A Touch of Cheeseball

Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith are joined by friend and fellow musician, Justin Hassler, to continue discussing albums from the year 1990. This is Part 1 of a 2 part discussion which will feature albums from King Diamond, Judas Priest, and Megadeth. This episode, the following albums are discussed:

King Diamond – “The Eye”
Judas Priest- “Painkiller”

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1990 – Episode 8 – Why is it always Johnny?

Eric, Tim, Joe, and Keith continue their discussion on hard rock and heavy metal albums from the year 1990. On this episode, the following albums/bands are discussed:

Queensryche – “Empire”
Testament – “Souls of Black”
Iron Maiden – “No Prayer for the Dying”

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1990 – Episode 7 – Season’s Greetings in the Abyss

Eric, Tim, and Joe are joined by friend and fellow musician, Greg Gonzalez, to continue discussing albums from the year 1990. On this episode, the following albums/bands are discussed:

Slayer – “Seasons in the Abyss”
Living Colour – “Time’s Up”
Scatterbrain – “Here Comes Trouble”

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1990 – Episode 6 – Doktor Doktor Please

Eric, Tim, Keith, and Joe continue to discuss albums from the year 1990. On this episode, the albums discussed cover a wide range of musical genres!
The following albums/bands are discussed:
Public Enemy – “Fear of a Black Planet”
Sisters of Mercy – “Vision Thing”
Anthrax – “Persistence of Time”

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