On this week's episode of The Songs That Saved Your Life, we talk with Ashleigh Hartman about being a teen in the early 2000s, the influence of American Idol on our collective musical consciousness and growing up adoring David Bowie
On this week's episode, its Jacob Stohler from the Its Training Men podcast. Jacob joins us to talk the impact of Tears for Fears and how it seems like the The Police were EVERYWHERE in 1985
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet Patrick of the Kill By Kill Podcast. We talk about how underrated INXS was and how RUN-DMC spoke to a white boy in Southern California
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet Helen LaStar from Falling in Love Montage: The Chick Flick Podcast. We nerd out about Rocky Horror Picture Show and how we can find salvation in the most unlikely of places.
Listen to Helen's podcast at www.fallinginlovemontage.com and follow on twitter at @Film_Podcast
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we are joined by Kevin Forest Moreau, co-host of The Comics Cannon podcast. We talk all about Kiss' softer side and why the music of Rush is so damn pervasive on this show.
On this week's episode of The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet Ryan Lynch of the Divisive Issues podcast (@divisiveissues on twitter). We talk about the difficulty of getting your friends to like Ween and what happens when you never really lose your rebellious nature through the music of The Clash.
On this week's episode of The Songs That Saved Your Life, we welcome Levi Rieken from the From The Bone Vault podcast (@bonevault on twitter). We talk about the influence of film and cinematic music through the score of Jurassic Park and Smashing Pumpkins' "Tonight, Tonight"
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we are joined by Marvel.com contributor Tim Stevens to talk REM, Counting Crows, and a summertime obsession with Dead Man's Party by Oingo Boingo
Visit Tim's website at TimStevensisUnGajje.com and follow him on Twitter @UnGajje
So, what to Public Enemy and the Batdance have in common? That would be our guest this week, Tim Hulsizer of the Cinema Sewer podcast. If you ever wanted to know what 1989 was like, this is the episode that explains it.
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet podcaster and graphic designer Josh Mattison. We nerd out about third wave ska and just how cool The Who were.
Listen to Josh's podcast at therevisitors.com and visit rocketfromtheearth.com for all your graphic design needs.
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we have Malcom Nygard from Apoc Radio (listen https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/apoc-radio/id965059615 twitter: @ApocRadioPod). We explore new territory for TSTSYL and discuss the Christian rock Malcom grew up listening to--some songs that hold up, some...not as much. Follow us on twitter @tstsylpod and visit our network @eartrumptaudio or eartrumpetaudio.com
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, its Adam Jobes, co-host of the Transformers : Cybertronological podcast.
Adam and Stephanie talk being a late bloomer via the music of Dashboard Confessional and Yellowcard
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This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we are joined by Gena Radcliff of the Kill By Kill Podcast ( @killbykillpod on twitter. Listen at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/kill-by-kill/id1124379551?mt=2) as we talk how the film Lost Boys totally holds up and how the lyrics to "Don't Dream Its Over" by #crowdedhouse are probably Steph's favorite of all time.
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On this weeks episode of The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet June Owatari, host of the Grrl on Grrl podcast (https://www.facebook.com/grrlongrrlpodcast/ , https://grrlongrrl.wordpress.com/) . We talk how hard it can be to be an angry teenage girl through the music of Glassjaw and The Juliana Theory
This week on The Songs That Saved Your Life, we meet Mike Davies, host of the Forgotten Failures podcast (www.forgottenfailurescast.com) and discuss how one kid can love Rancid and Poe in the same year.
Lewis Powell (@l_powell) of the RequestCast Podcast (http://requestcomics.com/podcast/) joins us on The Songs that Saved Your Life to talk Smashing Pumpkins, Blind Melon and an embarrassing love for that one Tonic song.
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This week, we are joined by Kevin Davies of the Transformers : Cybertronological podcast ( https://cybertronological.com/ ). We talk how pervasive Pearl Jam was in 1992, how Mike Patton is possibly the greatest vocalist of our generation and what Dream Theatre meant to one 15 year old kid.
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This week, we are joined by Brian Jacob of the Ultimate Spin Podcast, the only Spiderman podcast NOT about Peter Parker. (http://ultimatespinpodcast.com). We talk Tom Petty, the rock that only Rush brings and how the song Solsburry Hill still makes us feel things.
The Songs That Saved Your Life's guest this week is Noel Ramirez of The MexiBro Movie Show podcast. Noel took time out of his birthday to talk about growing up in a conservative home in small town Lubbock, TX (listening to the likes of Roy Orbison) and what it was like having a mixed tape with grunge--and Metallica--handed to him.
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The Songs That Saved Your Life is joined by author Amy Pascale. We wax nostalgic about Camper Van Beethoven, and how Nine Inch Nails helped indie girls everywhere work out that teenage aggression.
Amy Pascale is the author of Joss Whedon : The Biography and can be found on twitter at twitter.com/amypop and at www.theamypascale.com
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The Songs That Saved Your Life's guest this week is Andrew Schwartz from Talkin' Turtle : Your One Stop Shoppe for Entourage Schlop (@entourageschlop on twitter). We mourn David Bowie, and talk about just how cool you can feel listening to the Beastie Boys.
Our guest this week, Johnny Lohr from the Pod Punk God Cast (https://soundcloud.com/pod-punk-god-cast) joins The Songs That Saved Your Life to talk Christian Punk, Green Day and growing up the shadow of a town of 20,000.
Follow on twitter @PodPunkGodCast and on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PodPunkGodCast/
Author and all around great guy Phil West joins us to talk German metal, new wave, and how Van Halen is the link between them. Phil is the author of The United States of Soccer: MLS and the Rise of American Soccer Fandom from Overlook press. Find out more about Phil and his book at philwest.us or on twitter @philwest.
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