Music Commentary

Dan Hanzus and Bob Castrone love listening to music- almost as much as they love hanging out in a garage and talking about it. On The Throwback Podcast, lifelong friends revisit important albums from their past and go through them–track by track– with fresh ears. From the classics to the cringeworthy, every week is a throwback.

Episodes

It didn't get much bigger than Jagged Little Pill. This week, Dan and Bob reminisce on that period between 1995 and 1996 when Alanis Morissette ruled the world. How does the album hold up? Where do you get off, Uncle Joey? Oh, and they finally figure out what #PhoebeBeBangin to.

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What is "Bob Music"? THIS is Bob Music. This week, Bob and Dan revisit "Whatever & Ever Amen" by Ben Folds Five- or in Dan's case, visit it for the very first time. If you miss the 90's, if you love pianos, or if you've ever had a confusing sexual experience while the song "Brick" played in the background, this is the episode for you.

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If you're asking yourself "who the F are the Libertines?" a) you're probably American, and b) you're definitely not alone. "The British Strokes" didn't make a big splash in the U.S.A. but their debut album "Up The Bracket" is an early aughts classic that Dan and Bob couldn't wait to revisit. But why weren't they bigger? In which tier of "The _____" bands do the Libertines fall? And have Bob and Dan ever seen each other's manhood? For some reason, all these questions will be answered on this week's Throwback.

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Surrounded by candles and funeral flowers, this week Bob and Dan dig into Krist Novoselic's legendary live album, Unplugged In New York. Besides (once again) arguing about Nirvana v. Pearl Jam, the guys talk 90's wrestling and recount the sad, sad tale of their buddy Mark's ultimate regret. Special appearance by their buddy Mark.

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