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A Is For The Alan Parsons Project

The Alan Parsons Project

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Steve and Doug explore the history of The Alan Parsons Project as they move from progressive rock into pop and back again. The guys talk about music production, strange compilations, and skirting the pop culture line.


Music featured this week:
Eye In The Sky – Eye In The Sky
More Lost Without You – A Valid Path
I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You – I, Robot
Oh Life (There Must Be More) – Try Anything Once

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Move (You Make Me Feel So Good)” from Moby’s “Move” single.

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Our Top Five Favourite Albums

Good Times

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Another special episode, where we bring in some past guest hosts including Stuart Ferguson of The Crossing, Daniel Ferguson of 1UpU, and Our Friend Travis. This time around we chat about our all time favorite albums!

Travis’ Picks:
Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights (2002)
Jeff Buckley – Grace (1994)
The Mars Volta – Deloused In The Comatorium (2003)
The Villagers – Becoming A Jackal (2010)
Bruce Cockburn – The Charity Of Night (1996)

Stuart’s Picks:
Runrig – The Story (2016)
Iona – Open Sky (2000)
Roxy Music – Avalon (1982)
The Moody Blues – A Question Of Balance (1970)
Paul McCartney – Ram (1971)

Doug’s Picks:
mewithoutYou – Brother, Sister (2006)
King Crimson – THRAK (1995)
The Alan Parsons Project – I, Robot (1977)
Peter Gabriel – Up (2002)
Moby – Play (1999)

Daniel’s Picks:
Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (2010)
Gorillaz – Demon Days (2005)
Radiohead – In Rainbows (2007)
Daft Punk – Random Access Memories (2013)
Caravan Palace – Panic (2012)

Steve’s Picks:
Beck – The Information (2006)
Mercury Rev – Strange Attractor (2008)
Esthero – Breath From Another (1998)
U2 – War (1983)
Roxy Music – Avalon (1982)

Music featured this week:
I Am Glad, ‘Cause I Am Finally Returning Back Home, as performed by Eduard Khil

And let’s not forget this cycle’s theme, “Writing On The Wall” from Adrian Belew’s Side One.

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