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The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock and heavy metal. Hosted by the Wolf, an American expat living in London who misses his record collection more than his friends and family. He and Action Jackson talk each week about bands, albums and concerts they love along with hot topics on rock music. These two friends have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history. Recorded just off Abbey Road in the heart of ...
 
A podcast where three Generation X-ers from the midwest (a mobile D.J., a writer, and a professional musician) discuss music from their generation. 80's and 90's music are fond to their hearts but they explore older and current music with contrasting opinions, wit, and candor. Guests occasionally pop in and lend a voice as well. Funny, insightful, and nostalgic; there are no rules. So sit down, download, plug in, and STICK THIS IN YOUR EAR!
 
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Iron Maiden has earned their place in the pantheons of hard rock & heavy metal. Their 1985 live album, Live After Death, from the 190 date World Slavery Tour is a great souvenir from a moment in time. The Wolf & Action Jackson honor the band, pay tribute to the record and hope there's a day when they can see them play live again soon. Up the Irons!…
 
At the end of the 70s, Black Sabbath had lost their way. The excess of the decade and the departure of Ozzy Osbourne left the future of the band in limbo. However, after the addition of American powerhouse Ronnie James Dio on vocals, the band was reborn and came back with two classic albums - Heaven & Hell and Mob Rules.…
 
At the end of the 70s, Black Sabbath had lost their way. The excess of the decade and the departure of Ozzy Osbourne left the future of the band in limbo. However, after the addition of American powerhouse Ronnie James Dio on vocals, the band was reborn and came back with two classic albums - Heaven & Hell and Mob Rules. Here's a 2:30 preview of th…
 
Recorded in 1983 at Hammersmith Odeon, Alchemy captures Dire Straits at their tightest and showcases the extraordinary talents of Mark Knopfler as a guitar hero. They slow it down with classic tracks like Romeo & Juliet but rock out on Solid Rock. They also stretch out some songs to give all band members a chance to shine, sometimes slowing things …
 
For the MTV Generation, the summer of 1983 can't be remembered without the sounds of Synchronicity by The Police. The album vaulted The Police to international megastardom, sent Sting's stock soaring even higher, boosted MTV to greater cultural significance, and broke up the band for more than two decades. We remember buying the cassette & LP and r…
 
Released in 1979, Led Zeppelin's In Through the Out Door doesn't usually make it to the top of most hard rockers fave album lists. But The Wolf thinks this masterpiece has aged quite well and given us a glimpse into what might have been for a proggier, more democratic and experimental Led Zeppelin. We go track by track and compare it to the rest of…
 
Growing up in America during the early 80s, MTV was a cultural touchstone for a generation of kids. In 1983, with the assistance of super producer Mutt Lange, Def Leppard released the chart-topping sensation Pyromania. The classic claims 3 MTV video hits and a special place in the hearts of hard rockers everywhere. 38 years after its release and 30…
 
As we conclude our 2 part episode on Rush and pay our respects to Neil Peart, we review some of the concerts we saw over the years from the Roll the Bones Tour to the final R40 Tour. We compare them to other live bands of their era and contemplate our favorite moments, albums and eras on our very favorite live band.…
 
The Wolf & Action Jackson discuss their favorite all-time band, Rush. The Canadian trio displayed a level of talent and intelligence rarely found in the world of rock n roll. On the one year anniversary of the passing of legendary drummer & lyricist Neil Peart, the boys reminisce about camping out for Rush tickets, the first time they saw them on t…
 
The Wolf & Action Jackson discuss their favorite all-time band, Rush. The Canadian trio displayed a level of talent and intelligence rarely found in the world of rock n roll. On the one year anniversary of the passing of legendary drummer & lyricist Neil Peart, the boys reminisce about camping out for Rush tickets, the first time they saw them on t…
 
Here's Part 2 of our incredibly popular episode on guitar legend Steve Hackett and his time in and out of Genesis. The Wolf and Action Jackson also talk a little bit about live stream concerts and the recent Liam Gallagher Down By the River stream. By exploring 70s era Genesis and Steve Hackett throughout the years, we hope this opens the door for …
 
This week, The Wolf and Action Jackson take a close look at the career of Steve Hackett - a legendary guitarist, former member of Genesis and Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductee who is criminally underrated. We have so much to cover that we've made it a two-parter - this is part one where we also discuss artists selling their publishing, what's up in…
 
The 1981 animated classic, Heavy Metal, was a groundbreaking film supported with one of the all-time greatest soundtracks - not only for the heavyweights who played on it but for the way the tunes were incorporated into the film and score by Elmer Bernstein. The Wolf and Action Jackson talk about how they found the flick and the album, shows coming…
 
The Wolf and Action Jackson dive deep into the recently rereleased and remastered Pink Floyd masterpiece, The Delicate Sound of Thunder. After a long break and breakup, Pink Floyd returned in the late 80s with a new album and the biggest tour the world had ever seen. We remember it's effect on us as teenagers through the live album and film, the De…
 
This week The Wolf and Action Jackson discuss how the rock n roll world and 2020 were affected by Covid-19. We also take time to honor and discuss those we've lost this year, with special time dedicated to Neil Peart of Rush (see our last podcast for the Eddie Van Halen Tribute show) and we go over some gift ideas for the holidays. @ugly_werewolf…
 
The Ugly American Werewolf in London Podcast hosted by Mac B. and Gary Action Jackson from just off Abbey Road in London presents: The Eddie Van Halen Tribute. After the recent passing of the guitar legend, the boys remember seeing Eddie live, finding his music via MTV and the back catalog prior to 1984 and pay homage to one of the true greats.…
 
In this episode we revisit our recurring theme IT’S ALIVE! Where our panelists chose a live album they love to impose on their fellow hosts. For this episode Rich chose the Guns N Roses Double Album Live Era '87-’93 . So Sit back, plug in, Get ready, and stick this in your ear!R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND による
 
What if a battle of wits was a cage match? In this episode Dave tries to stump our panel with 80's artists who were nominated for an academy award. Can Rich start a winning streak?R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, DAVID CORNELIUS, MATT TURNER による
 
In this episode Rich, RJ, and JD do some gonzo in-car on the road post show reporting giving their thoughts on on Sammy Hagar and the Circle’s concert.R.J. ROBERTSON, RICH RICHMOND, J.D. ERICKSON による
 
RJ lays out a somewhat confusing game of Spot The Fake involving the top 20 best selling motion picture soundtracks. The gang eventually understands the criteria and plays along. Play along at home and see if you can guess the fake answer!R.J. ROBERTSON, RJ ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, DAVID CORNELIOUS, MATT TURNER による
 
Welcome to season 3 of Stick This In Your Ear! It's our annual Oscars episode! Dave is back as well as Matt to discuss the best original song nominees for the 2019 Oscars. Will RJ subject the panel to his torturous Oscar nominee game again? Did Rich listen to any of the songs? The only way to find out is to sit down plug-in and Stick This In Your E…
 
For the season 2 finale Kevill, Mike Iery, and Kyle return for an epic showdown! Mike Iery is back to argue the virtues of the kings of theatrical new prog: MUSE! RJ has not been on the Muse bandwagon and Iery tries to win him over. Does he turn RJ into a Muse metal head? The only way to find out is sit back, plug in, and Stick This In Your Ear!…
 
In this episode our panel rocks out to the greatest bands of 2nd wave of the british invasion: IRON MAIDEN! We examine thier concept album SEVENTH SON OF A SEVENTH SON on the occasion of the album's 30th anniversary. Will this controversial fan favorite make John Play With Madness?R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, MIKE KEVILL による
 
Welcome to the Episode that doesn’t have any baby sharks, but does have Fins, as in the Finlands 80’s export Hanoi Rocks! Rich guides the panel through one of his all favorite bands records. Will Rich Uncover the secrets of whether or not John RJ Mike and Matt have any love for these iconic sleaze rockers as we go Back To Mystery City!…
 
In this episode Kevill is back on the panel to discuss Men At Work's sophmore outing CARGO! Is this 35 year old album Overkill with greatness, or will our panel say It's A Mistake? The only way to find out is to Sit back, plug in, Settle Down My Boy, and stick this in your ear!R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, MIKE KEVILL による
 
In this episode Kevill joins the trio to Let Them Go On about Violent Femmes’ debut album on the occasion of it’s 35th anniversary. Does this album Add It Up to a winner? Or does the panel tell this Milwaukee trio to Kiss Off? The only way to find out is to sit back, plug in, let me go on and stick this in your ear!…
 
In this episode Mike Kevill, Mike Iery, and Kyle are back for Def Leppard’s mega smash blockbuster HYSTERIA. Are you excitable? Are you excitable? Are you excitable? The only way to find out is to Sit back, plug in, and stick this in your ear!R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, MIKE KEVILL, Mike IERY, Kyle Brown による
 
In this Episode Mr Kevill is back to welcome panel newcomers Mike and Kyle into the fray to reminisce on the 35th anniversary of Def Leppard’s PYROMANIA! After 35 years does Does this album still Rock rock til you drop? Or is it too late for love?R.J. ROBERTSON, JOHN HOERR, RICH RICHMOND, MIKE KEVILL, Mike IERY, Kyle Brown による
 
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