Posts Tagged ‘Abba’

Please welcome back to the show, Entombed A.D. vocalist, LG Petrov. For those who haven’t been following the show, LG came on the show around a year ago right before the release of Dead Dawn (you can hear that interview right here) and now he returns to the LGL Show as he is excited to be heading down under for a tour in May thanks to the fine folk at Hardline Media. Heaps good! You can listen in to this interview right now by clicking on THIS LINK.

Music by Entombed. And why not?

Catch the band on their Australian tour this May!

EPISODE 61

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This week is a really good fun show as Damo interviews drummer Rick McMurray from Ireland rockers ASH ahead of their Australian tour. This is a great walk down memory lane and Rick clears up some of the stories revolving the ASH legacy. There’s tunes, there’s laughs, there’s good times and you’re going to love it! You can listen to the show right now by simply clicking on THIS LINK. (more…)

EPISODE 23

Episode 23

Yay! We are back again with a special SOUNDWAVE 2015 edition of the Long Gone Loser Rock Show. Damo and Peta bring you all the cool music and chit chat that you have come to expect from the gang and the music this week is insanely rad! Get listening by clicking this link and if you haven’t already, click the subscribe link over there on the left and never miss an episode!

Enjoy tunes by:
Scherzo
Riverdales
Ramones
Millencolin
FOZZY
Fucked Up
Steel Panther
Buckcherry
The Donnas
The Wonder Years
Rocket From The Crypt
Dinosaur Jr
The Hellacopters
Alkaline Trio
Buellah’s Fix
Rust Proof
Slash
13th Floor Elevators
Prima Donna
Spitboy

EPISODE 5

Episode 5

Woah! Strap yourself in for a long ride as this show went overboard with antics and insane ramblings from the LGL crew. Once again Damo, Craig and Michele take you through all things awesome. There’s news, there’s obituaries, there’s birthdays, and there’s also heaps good music too! I dunno how we did it but this show is a whopping 3 hours but if you have nothing better to do and you’re sick of the radio, then tune in and listen to the comedic value that the LGL show will bring. Please remember to take everything said with a pinch of salt. We’re here for a good time, not a bad time. Sit back, turn it up and enjoy by clicking this link.

Enjoy tunes by:
Naked Raygun
Ginger Wildheart
Massappeal
Frank Popp Ensemble
H20
Gorilla Biscuits
Bullet Lavolta
Thrust
Against Me!
Teen Machine
7 Seconds
Order Of Decay
The Replacements
Parasites

I have said it before and I will say it again, Scandinavian musicians have this incredible knack for writing pop melodies better than most others. I mean, for example: Millencolin, I’m From Barcelona, The Yum Yums, hell, even fucking Abba were riddled with melodies guarenteed to stick in your mind for days on end, if not weeks… months… years! Caddy’s melodies are no different. From the get-go, “Electric Hero” is an infectious hook-laden punk rock album of early Hard-Ons inspired tunes. Fronted by the extremely talented Tomas Dahl (ex-Wonderfools, Turbonegro, The Yum Yums, The Vikings, etc.), this album is 14 tracks of quality catchyness and it’s quite possible that Tomas played every instrument on this album himself. He’s a talented cookie and it wouldn’t be far from the truth.

The opening track, Hanging On To Nothing is as perfect as songwriting can get. A power pop anthem that was so addictive, I needed some kind of methadone to bring me back to earth as this song wouldn’t leave me the fuck alone. it just played over and over again in my head. Even when I was trying to think of something else, I still found myself singing it. And it doesn’t end there. This album continues with songs filled with happy sounds and good rockin’ guitar work. Turn Up The Radio should be ON the radio. Waste of Space reminded me of Turbonegro. It’s all good. Even when the album gets as radio friendly as it can get such as in songs like Dumb Angel and Calling California, it is still acceptable and welcomed with open arms. All of it, it’s really fuckin’ good!

I know fuck all about this band besides this album but I sure hope there is more to come because this album is full of positive vibes and good times. There needs to be more music like this in the world today. Not everything has to be about hating your parents and burning down churches.

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