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1993 – Episode 16 – Brad Divens

Somewhere in Time Podcast welcome Brad Divens back to the podcast to discuss the debut, self-titled album from Souls at Zero, as well as the 1994 EP, “Six-T-Six”. Brad contributed bass guitar and vocals to both these albums, as well as helped produce them (along with the rest of Souls at Zero). Souls at Zero was essentially the next iteration of Wrathchild America, just with a different name. This topic, plus a track-by-track breakdown of the album, are featured on this episode. Also, the guys on the podcast ask Brad a series of questions submitted by Wrathchild/SAZ fans.

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1993 – Episode 14 – Candlebox

Somewhere in Time Podcast are still finishing up some 1993 albums, and this time they are discussing the debut from Seattle based band, Candlebox. This band may get lumped in with the “grunge” sound because of where they are from, but are they grunge? This is discussed and many more topics, including the fact that their singer never really wanted to be a frontman, and they had a drummer in their band that was in a popular DMV band in the 90’s. 

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Very Interesting Music, Marty – Favorite albums of 2023

Somewhere in Time Podcast are kicking 2024 off with a look back at some of their favorite albums of 2023. Among many other bands, albums by Overkill, Mutoid Man, Baroness, and Foo Fighters are discussed. Collectively, the overall favorite by 3/4 of the podcast was 72 Seasons by Metallica, but this album was already covered in a previous episode (go back and listen if you haven’t already!). Instead, the focus is on some of the favorite hard rock and metal albums. Over 20 albums are discussed on this episode, so perhaps you’ll hear something you’ve not heard yet and have some new music to check out!

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1983 + 1993 – Minor Threat & Fugazi – Punk on the Metal Show

Somewhere in Time Podcast open 2024 with a couple of leftover albums celebrating 30 and 40 year anniversaries. “Out of Step” by Minor Threat, from 1983, and “In on the Kill Taker” by Fugazi. Keith was the one to bring these two albums to the podcast but seeing that the hosts of Somewhere in Time Podcast are from the D.C. suburbs, it was fitting that these two albums get a proper breakdown on the podcast.

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1973 – The Dark Side of the Moon

2023 celebrates 50 years of The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. Somewhere in Time podcast couldn’t ignore this milestone anniversary and discuss all things Dark Side on this episode. The episode also includes clips from the 2006 documentary, “The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon”. There are behind the scenes moments that include isolated vocals, the meaning behind some of the songs, and how they created some of the synth and voice sounds.

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2003 v 2023 Metallica – 72 Angry Seasons – Part 2

Somewhere in Time Podcast returns for part two of an episode dedicated to two Metallica albums from the past twenty years. “St Anger” from 2003 and “72 Seasons” from 2023. Once again, this episode features a special guest, Fern, from the band Eyes of the Nile. On this extended episode, you’ll hear a track-by-track breakdown of both St. Anger and 72 Seasons. The shuffle button is hit on a playlist featuring every song on both albums, and each song is discussed based on the random order in which it’s played. 

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2003 v 2023 Metallica – 72 Angry Seasons – Part 1

Somewhere in Time Podcast returns for an episode dedicated to two Metallica albums from the past twenty years. “St Anger” from 2003 and “72 Seasons” from 2023. This episode also features a special guest, Fern, from the band Eyes of the Nile. It’s a pretty popular opinion that St Anger is the worst Metallica album. Find out how the podcast feels about it and how it plays 20 years later. 

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1993 – Episode 12 – The Big F will Knock Your Brakes Off!

In Episode 12 of their retrospective look on albums celebrating 30 years, Somewhere in Time Podcast discuss the album “Is” from the band The Big F. A Los Angeles band you may not have heard of, but probably know of their other band that was not quite as heavy. Also discussed in this episode is the recent Pantera show that 3/4 of the podcast hosts attended and the adventure that occurred after the concert. 

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1993 – Episode 11 – The Outer Limits with Craig Locicero

Somewhere in Time Podcast are joined by Craig Locicero of Forbidden to discuss the 30th anniversary of the Voivod album, The Outer Limits. Craig was super gracious with his time and has a lot of great insight on this classic album from the French-Canadian legends. Craig also answers a few questions about the rebirth of Forbidden and what we can expect in the upcoming months.

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1993 – Episode 10 Part 2 – Sound of Black Number 1

In part 2 of episode 10 in their series of episodes featuring albums celebrating 30-year anniversaries, Somewhere in Time discusses two more albums from 1993 – “Bloody Kisses” by Type O Negative and “Sound of White Noise” by Anthrax. There is much to cover between these two albums, so enjoy this extra-long episode!

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1993 – Episode 10 Part 1 – I Hear Black (Album)

In the first part of a two-part episode, Somewhere in Time discuss two more albums celebrating 30 year anniversaries – “I Hear Black” by Overkill and “Something Wicked” by Nuclear Assault. This two part episode is all about New York and New Jersey bands, all of which have a somewhat different sound on each of their 1993 releases. Part 2 will feature albums from Anthrax and Type O Negative.

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1993 – Episode 9 – Sabaccultura

Somewhere in Time Podcast once again welcomes Greg Gonzalez to the podcast as they discuss the 1993 album “Chaos A.D.” by Sepultura. Topics of discussion include where we were and how we first heard about this album, and how this compares to other Sepultura albums. Among many other things.

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1993 – Episode 8 Part 2 – Windshield Smashing Fun

In Part 2 of a 2-Part episode, Somewhere in Time welcome Greg Gonzalez and Rob Harris back to the podcast to discuss the Clutch album, “Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes and Undeniable Truths”. This is the debut, full-length album from Clutch. Tim, Joe, Eric, and Keith grew up in the D.C. area and fell in love with this band in 1993. Among many other topics, this episode covers their discovery, as well as how Rob and Greg came to find out about this band, and their reaction upon hearing them the first time.

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1993 – Episode 8 Part 1 – Snapcase

In Part 1 of a 2-Part episode, Somewhere in Time welcome Greg Gonzalez and Rob Harris to the podcast to discuss Buffalo’s own Snapcase. The album is 1993’s “Lookinglasself”. Rob and Greg grew up in Buffalo and played in a hard-core band who were contemporaries of Snapcase.  Episode 2 will feature D.C. native’s, Clutch. Part 1 dives deep into the Buffalo hard-core scene and Greg and Rob have a lot of great stories about growing up with Snapcase and other Buffalo hard-core bands.

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1993 – Episode 7 – Don’t Let Lemmy Kiss Me

Episode 7 of their discussion on albums celebrating 30-year anniversaries this year finds Somewhere in Time Podcast talking all things “Bastards” by Motorhead. A relatively under looked album by Motorhead, mostly due to lack of wide distribution to America, the album is kind of a return to form after March or Die, but also features some really thrashy and heavier stuff for Motorhead. 

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1993 – Episode 5 – Detuned guitars of Olympia

Episode five of Somewhere in Time’s retrospective look on albums from the year 1993 has them discussing the albums “Pussy Whipped” by Bikini Kill and “In Utero” by Nirvana. These bands have a pretty significant connection when it comes to the sounds coming out of Seattle in the early 90’s and a very significant connection regarding a specific song. This is the last full length album of original material from Nirvana. How does it compare to their megahit album, Nevermind?

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