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Digital Killed The Radio Star Podcast

Summary: We are a topic driven music podcast. We will cover artists from Johnny Cash to Megadeth.

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 Ryan Hamilton Interview | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:35:20

Ryan Hamilton Interview by Digital Killed The Radio Star

 STRYPER Interview | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:57:05

STRYPER Interview by Digital Killed The Radio Star

 Albums We Should Know But We Don't | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:03:03

We are back this week with a podcast topic that we stole from The Podder Than Hell guys. We discuss eight albums from artists that we should know but we don't. This is probably our most eclectic episode yet. We hope you enjoy!

 The PUNK Episode | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:24:33

David and Chris are back after a brief hiatus to catch you up on the shows they have recently attended and give you some new music recommendations. David then turns the show over to Chris to discuss his favorite punk bands. Chris discusses them in chronological order from The Stooges to the Dropkick Murphys. He even persuades David to admit he likes a few of them. Enjoy!

 Oasis Discussion with Steven Stafford | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:14:11

Steve Stafford joins David this week to talk about one of the biggest bands to come out of England since the Stones. The band is OASIS. This band from Manchester would take the music world by storm with their sophomore album What's the Story Morning Glory?. Lead by the Gallagher brothers Oasis would be the biggest selling band in the U.K. and remain a big concert draw for the next decade. The would eventually self destruct and go about their separate ways. The leave behind a very impressive catalogue that David and Steven discuss along with some of their favorite songs. Enjoy!

 Def Leppard's HYSTERIA | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:06

Steve Wright is once again David's guest this week. They talk about an album most people either love or hate. The album is HYSTERIA by Def Leppard. Why do so many people hate an album that sold 25 million copies? Did it really take three years to record Animal? Did Steve really see the band on this tour and it not be in the round? Find out the answers to all these questions and more as David and Steve attempt to persuade you to love this album. Enjoy!

 Rock Docs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:39:25

David and Chris are back this week to catch you up to what they have been doing since the last episode. Chris has been busy going to see Weezer and Deafheaven. The guys then give a mostly negative review of the new Son Volt. They then get into discussing their favorite music movie and documentaries. As usual their picks are eclectic. Bands discussed are U2, Metallica, Johnny Cash, Rush, Brian Wilson, and Wilco among many others. Enjoy!

 The Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers album ECHO | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:02:42

Dave Chamberlin joins David this week to talk about the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album ECHO. This is an album that was largely ignored by Petty and his band after it was released. The two Daves get into why this was such a sad and tragic time for the band. Heroin addiction, divorce, and a changing music business all contributed to the dark content of this album. Even with all of that going against it this is still one the brighter moments musically for Petty.

 KISS | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:10:49

You wanted the best! Well you got David, Chris, and Steve LOL David and Chris have just returned from seeing KISS in Memphis. They talk about the concert then welcome Steve Wright from the Podder Than Hell Podcast to discuss their favorite KISS songs. Steve was a great guest as always. He schooled David and Chris on all things KISS. Enjoy!

 Album Recommendations and A Little Bit of Everything Else. | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:11:58

David and Chris are back this week to talk about all that is happening in the world of music. Some of the topics discussed are the disturbing Ryan Adams article, Guns and Roses and Van Halen rumors, a hardcore documentary, new Ryan Bingham album, new Rival Sons release, and several more new releases. David and Chris swap albums that each think the other will like and guess which one will be their favorite. This was a laid back episode that we hope you enjoy.

 Pink Floyd | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:21:14

David is once again joined by Kyle Null. They compare and contrast their recent Metallica concert experiences. David saw the band in an arena and Kyle saw them in a baseball stadium. They spend the bulk of this episode discussing one of their favorite bands PINK FLOYD. Find out why they both think the PULSE version of Comfortably numb is the best, the meaning of Pigs (Three Different Ones), and how songs on Animals evolved over time. Also Kyle reveals why the Norwegian band Airbag serves as a Pink Floyd surrogate for him.

 Five Favorite Megadeth Songs with Brian Chapman | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:01:37

David and Chris are joined by Brian "BC" Chapman from the Podder Than Hell Podcast. The guys talk about one of their favorite metal bands Megadeth. We hope you enjoy this episode.

 Bonus Episode: Drive By Truckers' Songs and Nuci's Space Fundraiser | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:10:54

David is joined this week by Dave Chamberlin. Dave works for Nuci's Space. This is non-profit organization thats focuses to prevent suicide especially among musicians. The Drive By Truckers are big supporters of this organization so we though it would be fitting to discuss some of Dave's favorite DBT songs. If you are interested in learning about Nuci's space you can visit them at

 Jeremy Fury Interview | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:23

Jeremy Fury Interview by Digital Killed The Radio Star

 The Grateful Dead's Europe '72 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:43:29

Gage Patterson joins David this week to discuss The Grateful Dead's Europe '72. If you are a casual fan or a true deadhead you will enjoy this discussion. Enjoy!


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