By • Jul 15th, 2009 • Category: Podcasts

With the summer concert schedule also means an onslaught of big name releases. This episode features a half-dozen new albums from some of rock ‘n’ roll’s biggest names, and Derek Wright takes a look at what that means for the state of the industry. This broadcast also includes new music from “busiest man on Earth,” a secret that could bring the host physical harm if heard by the wrong crowd, a sentence that otherwise never should be said, and a philosophical debate about when something becomes a soundtrack. The program wraps up with another installment of “Lyrical Life Lessons,” which draws relationship advice from the cosmos.

Length: 1:19:11

New albums reviewed:
The Dead Weather, “Horehound”
Wilco, “Wilco (The Album”
Regina Spektor, “Far”
God Help The Girl, “God Help The Girl”
Moby, “Wait For Me”
The Sounds, “Crossing the Rubicon”

Lyrical Life Lesson:
Kid Rock, “Welcome To The Party”

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