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Two amateur pathologists attempt to dissect the corpse of rock 'n roll. The world's state-of-the-art rock 'n roll podcast! X: @RnRAutopsy | Instagram: rnrautopsy email: rocknrollautopsy@gmail.com Not very produced by Rock-n-Roll Autopsy. Podcast content is intended for educational and entertainment purposes. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys play rock ‘n roll trivia, put co-host credibility on the line, and risk being exposed as podcast frauds or celebrated as professorial pros. Digressions include ham cubes, appropriated double bass, and late-night radio vibes. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys trash hotel rooms at Swingos, play low-fi frequently licensed garage rock in the basements of Akron, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of The Black Keys’ 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball anthem, “Gold on the Ceiling.” News items and digressions include Cleveland Municipal Stadium backstage memories, the optics of …
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The boys reenlist in the Kiss Army for a night of outdoor rock ‘n roll, spandex, collapsible chairs, and reverent showmanship with veteran tribute pros, Mr. Speed. In addition, our intrepid Kiss fanboys revisit the mid-90s post-grunge tribute album, “Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved.”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s…
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The boys lament the loss of Ace Frehley YouTube shopping shorts, wax nostalgic about summertime oral inversions, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Bryan Adams' 1985 pop rock hit, “Summer of '69.” News items and digressions include Ace Frehley’s relationship woes, Metallica set list talent tests, ham-fisted double …
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The boys dunk hot dogs in tears for competitive advantage, dominate MTV with haunting feminism, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of 'Til Tuesday’s 1985 new wave hit, “Voices Carry.” News items and digressions include Joey Chestnut, hot dogs, the birth of heavy metal, time travel, and Roger Daltrey.--- Support this p…
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The boys are annoyed by redundant rock riffage, inappropriately laugh at long-player puns, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Aerosmith’s 1975 double entendre ditty, “Big Ten Inch Record.” News items and digressions include bat biting, ear fatigue, Sunday papers, and Babymetal.--- Support this podcast: https://podc…
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The boys interview radio royalty, media historian, and early Rush champion, Dr. Donna Halper about her experience as a key contributor to the glory days of Cleveland’s pioneering rock radio giant, WMMS. In addition, the boys continue their quest to determine if Cleveland killed rock ‘n roll by using the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on th…
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The boys are impressed by non-boomer blues, strike a perfunctory pose as half-hearted martyrs, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Soundgarden’s 1991 genre defining classic, “Jesus Christ Pose.” News items and digressions include Slash’s Orgy of the Damned and social media clickbait.--- Support this podcast: https:/…
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The boys pick sides in the battle of acronym bands, feel stupid about being men, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Garbage’s 1996 electro-rock hit, “Stupid Girl.” News items and digressions include RATM vs SOAD, man vs bears, Patty Smyth in Van Halen, and all-time awful metal albums.--- Support this podcast: https…
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The boys sound like a bad Rush tribute band, extol the resilience of heavy metal, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Tenacious D’s 2006 metal anthem, “The Metal.” News items and digressions include rock fashion, Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee jamming, and all-time great metal albums.--- Support this podcast: https://po…
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The boys get coached up by The Demon, become grunge rock royalty in the bathroom with a sharpie, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Hole’s 1994 alt rock hit, “Doll Parts.” News items and digressions include Gene Simmons, American Idol, Meshuggah, and Bruce Dickinson.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spot…
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The boys avoid the clinic at the World Series of Rock, establish punk rock cred with offensive oratory, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Dead Boys’ 1978 autobiographical punk rock lament, “Ain’t It Fun.” News items and digressions include Cleveland concert history, zits, and exceptionally foul language.--- Suppor…
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The boys pay respects to Dickey Betts, eternally covet thy best friend’s girlfriend, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Rick Springfield’s 1981 power pop hit, “Jessie’s Girl.” News items and digressions include Dickey Betts, Great White, soap operas, and meaningful art.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.s…
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The boys cash in on nostalgia way past their sell-by date, celebrate the end of the world with word salad, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of R.E.M.’s 1987 college rock classic, “It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine).” News items and digressions include KISS, Twisted Sister, zits, and Clear Chan…
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The boys turn their amps to eleven, casually write genre defining tunes on the tour bus, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Deep Purple’s 1972 neo-classical classic, “Highway Star.” News items and digressions include the Spinal Tap sequel, Dream Theater excitement, and Jon Lord’s organ.--- Support this podcast: htt…
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The boys are befuddled by a Bon biopic, wait all week for a wild weekend, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Loverboy’s 1981 arena rocker, “Working for the Weekend.” News items and digressions include the Bon Scott biopic, Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter, and underage exploitative album covers.--- Support this podcast: htt…
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The boys bemoan Akron highway history, oppose shopping malls in Cuyahoga Falls, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of The Pretenders’ 1982 funky lament, “My City Was Gone.” News items and digressions include Akron’s jazz past, oatmeal empires, rubber, testicular discomfort, and wet 80’s snares.--- Support this podcast…
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The boys surprise with soulful singing, serve time for serving drinks, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Sublime's 1992 posthumous hit, “Date Rape.” News items and digressions include Slash, Brian Johnson, Kerry King, guitar solos and cheap toilet paper.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/…
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The boys get annoyed at AI playlist generation, unapologetically utter the most offensive lyrics imaginable, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of SOD's 1985 missive, “Speak English or Die.” News items and digressions include Spotify AI playlists, the talk box, Miles Davis, and Torben Ulrich.--- Support this podcast: …
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The boys peel off their filthy lab coats, put down their timeworn scalpels, and take a break from their usual autopsy table shenanigans to review Ace Frehley’s electrifying new solo album “10,000 Volts.”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys eagerly anticipate Ace’s album, yarl preachy platitudes with post-grunge Bizarro Superman, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Creed's 1997 hit, “One.” News items and digressions include Ace Frehley, Paul McCartney, Slayer, and the No Values tour.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/…
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The boys roll out episode one of their rust-belt rock ‘n roll mini-series, wear hats while happily bringing home the bacon, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Devo's 1978 lead single, “Mongoloid.” News items and digressions include the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and flatulent canines.--- Support this podcast: https:/…
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The boys dissect double down dirt dished by Diamond Dave, examine dubious Dickinson double entendres, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Iron Maiden's 1990 UK number one single, “Bring Your Daughter…to the Slaughter.” News items and digressions include David Lee Roth, Wolfgang Van Halen, and the Grammys.--- Support…
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The boys dissect dirt dished by Diamond Dave, watch the Six O’clock News sensationalize sleaze, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Don Henley's 1982 number one hit, “Dirty Laundry.” News items and digressions include David Lee Roth, Wolfgang Van Halen, Taylor Swift, and gratuitous litigation.--- Support this podcas…
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The boys talk hometown de-evolution, write a German synth-pop tribute to the world’s first rock star, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Falco's 1985 hit, “Rock Me Amadeus.” News items and digressions include Devo, Ozzy Osbourne, Muzak, pink eye, and colonoscopies.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotif…
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The boys suffer one too many lineup changes, rank bygone Black Sabbath with a feline frontman, and revisit RUSH’s prog pedigree… or not. Digressions include ice fishing, keyboards, charisma, and Michael Bolton.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys burn bagels with antiquated appliances, watch dreams derail when traveling by train, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Rollins Band's 1999 Hollywood rant-jam, “L.A. Money Train.” News items and digressions include Gene Simmons, Rage Against the Machine, and toaster ovens.--- Support this podcast: https://…
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The boys eschew the news for song lyric trivia, are random birthright beneficiaries of gender stereotypes, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Paula Cole's 1997 misunderstood hit, “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?.” News items and digressions include song lyric trivia, profiling, and Paul Stanley.--- Support this po…
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With scalpel in hand, our fearless host attempts to re-engage in rock n’ roll reanimation, reassess two underwhelming AC/DC albums — “Ballbreaker” and “Stiff Upper Lip” — and reconfigure the remaining pieces into one cohesive kick-ass slab of late-era AC/DC.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys bust out their tuxedo tee shirts, start a mosh pit in the orchestra pit, and hand out Poddy awards for best and worst episodes of 2023. Digressions include Nancy Sinatra, Mercyful Fate, Roger Waters, and the Olsen twins.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys buy several thousand copies of Chinese Democracy from Best Buy, host the worst Christmas Special in podcast history, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Twisted Sister's 2006 merry metal mockery, “Heavy Metal Christmas (The Twelve Days of Christmas).” News items and digressions include Ghost and Guns N’ Ros…
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The boys desperately attempt to age gracefully in kabuki makeup and spandex while saying a tearful goodbye to childhood heroes, lifelong musical mainstays, and the hottest band in the world, KISS. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys absolutely hate the Golden Girls reboot, seductively crawl their way into embarrassing MTV infamy, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Billy Squier's 1984 career killing single, “Rock Me Tonite.” News items and digressions include Spinal Tap, Ozzy Osborne, Geezer Butler, and Ace Frehley.--- Support this pod…
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The boys cap off a cocky kickstarter, turn one night into two with polite feminine flattery, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Måneskin's 2023 single, “Honey (Are U Coming?).” News items and digressions include U2, Gene Simmons, Alex Lifeson, and The Rolling Stones.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spot…
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The boys imagine the possibility of a reimagined Rush, use funky bass breaks to taunt televangelists, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Suicidal Tendencies’ 1990 crossover shuffle, “Send Me Your Money”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys celebrate their centennial with cream corn, Matlock, and Medicare, welcome special guest Mark from the podcast “Songs That Don’t Suck” and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of The Rolling Stones’ outrageously offensive opus, “Brown Sugar.” --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknro…
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The boys envy entitled excess, debate the duality of unpopular popularity, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Nickelback’s 2006 star-studded hit, “Rockstar”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys look for deep cuts in dull discographies, pin comeback hopes on Rick Rubin’s AWOL enlightenment, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Johnny Cash’s 1994 outlaw lament, “Delia’s Gone”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys speak like low-IQ Midwest surfers, find themselves unnecessarily indignant over innocuous insults, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Scatterbrain’s 1991 ridiculous rocker, “Don’t Call Me Dude”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys decorate decapitated deities, lament the absence of fun at the monastery, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Mercyful Fate’s 1982 blasphemous banger, “Nuns Have No Fun”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys classify cover couples, attempt to shoot straight with bent franks, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Bad Company’s 1975 classic rock staple, “Shooting Star”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys form an unexpected alliance with Ted Nugent, smack a stack of Oreo cookies, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of The Prodigy’s 1997 controversial cut, “Smack My Bitch Up”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys get caught in a mosh of baked beans and pool noodles, demand domestic duties from conquered kitties, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Ted Nugent’s 1977 oversexed overture, “Cat Scratch Fever”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys hang up the lab coats, put down the scalpels, and follow their unscientific hearts into the unexplored world of new-ish songs and virtual cigarette breaks.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
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The boys test their knowledge of rock ‘n roll urban legends, marvel at Molly’s bountiful ballin’, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Little Richard’s 1956 barnstormer, “Good Golly, Miss Molly”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys discuss Dee Snider’s desire to depart with dignity, childishly laugh at ding dong double entendres, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Chuck Berry’s 1972 novelty hit, “My Ding-a-Ling”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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The boys suffer flying smartphone related injuries on stage, patiently wait for adequate birthday accumulation, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Bonham’s 1989 Zeppelin-esque rocker, “Wait for You”--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support…
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With scalpel in hand, our fearless host attempts to re-engage in rock n’ roll reanimation, reassess two critically maligned Rush albums — “Presto” and “Roll the Bones” — and reconfigure the remaining pieces into one cohesive kick-ass slab of post-synth era Rush n’ roll.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautop…
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