The Sound Board #12: The Album is Dead, Long Live the Album
This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This episode is hosted by Dr. J.M. Tuffley with Prof. Rob Levy and Widgett Walls in attendance.
This episode’s central topic is the album. Is it dead? If so, who killed it? If not, why not? What is the difference between a good album and a concept album? And what are some albums that we consider to be shining examples of, well, albums?
Other topics include new releases, David Gilmour meets The Orb, Cee-Lo’s latest single, Klaxons and No Age, WTF is up with Lauryn Hill, the latest on Wyclef and more.
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