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Can I Pod With Madness is a podcast in which we meticulously review a copy of Kerrang! or Metal Hammer, from 1987-1989 (mostly). Expect lots of talk about Iron Maiden, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, KISS, Alice Cooper, Aerosmith and Lisa Dominique. Also some waffle about what was on telly that week, what was in the charts and general aimless nostalgia. Bringing the metal back to where it belongs! Podwithmadness@gmail.com Insta/twitter: @Podwithmadness https://linktr.ee/podwithmadness
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Japan Nick's Rock and Metal Pandemonium

Japan Nick's Rock and Metal Pandemonium

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Often Imitated, never duplicated. Over 115,000 Listens and counting to my archives! The Podcasts account of "Japan Nick" from Japan Nick's Quarantine Podcast and Japan Nick's Rock and Metal Pandemonium online exclusively for the time being. 11 of my interviews are on Blabbermouth. I have 63 articles published in the Aquarian Weekly. Visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Japan-Nicks-Rock-and-Metal-Pandemonium/145419538831730 facebook page. http://www.theaquarian.com/author/nick-perkel/ http://t ...
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Vixen are our cover stars in this issue, so the casual sexism starts early! WASP are celebrating their lead guitarist (who - spoiler alert, bails out of the band in 6 months time) and cranking out a Jethro Tull cover. There’s reports of secret Aerosmith gigs, so we may rebrand as a mystery podcast. We’ve got features on Quireboys (mostly drunk) and…
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In a change from the intended episode we don't even get to Kerrang in this one, but we do talk about Steve Wozniak, reminisce about Feeder's Just a Day, discover Feeder's Just a Day 2, remember the first lockdown and spin off into a conversation about Eurovision and our favourite entry ever from 2006, Lithuania's LT United with We Are The Winners. …
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Kicking off a new year and a new podcast with yet more Gen Patter, as we question whether Gen Z are into Zorro, and wonder whether it’s too late in the game to change the name of the podcast. Simply Red are reappraised, despite not appearing in this week’s issue of Kerrang! However - we do get Atomkraft, WASP, The Accused, Dogs D’amour, Paul Sabu, …
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Like a Christmas Gift For You, but less problematic (thanks Phil!) here’s a very special BONUS podcast that we recorded way back in April. We basically spend this bonus episode promoting Reels Ov Steel, the Heavy Metal Movies podcast, who probably have way more listeners than we do, but what you gonna do? This led us to discuss what constitutes a g…
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Welcome to our Christmas Pod (for the third time). We thought we were done but then there was some IMPORTANT BREAKING KISS NEWS to cover (sorry... “kover”). Along the way we talk ABBA (obviously), The Millennium Dome, Spice Girls and horror movies that make you cry (or possibly just me). Damn you Guillermo Del Toro! We attempt to delve into Kerrang…
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Welcome to our Christmas Pod (for the second time). It's 1988 and behind the glorious Simon Bisley cover we're looking at a whole bunch of Festive Feechas, once we're done gatekeeping the work of Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin. Uriah Heep are playing a Christmas festival, there's some surprising news about Marillion and we explore the connection betwee…
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It's Christmas time, so naturally we spend about an hour talking about going to For The Love of Horror, the UK's premier horror convention. If you want to hear us going on and on about The Lost Boys you're in the right place! Otherwise it's business as usual as we delve into a festive edition of Kerrang from 1983. The stars of Metal are asked what …
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We're back under the Metal Hammer this week as we take a look at a pre Seventh Son of a Seventh Son Iron Maiden. They're in a reflective mood (doing promo for their video 12 Wasted Years) but that leads us to talk Tiswas, Going Live, Live and Kicking and CD:UK. Along the way we get sidetracked by Stephen King, Mr Blobby, You and Me (Duncan the Drag…
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In this spooky Halloween Special, we discuss going to The Happiest Place On Earth, ruminate on the difference between Millennials and Generation X and face up to the fact that we're now fully fledged Disney Adults. We ask what makes a great Halloween playlist and whether it should include Monster Mash or not (also we keep alluding to an amazing Mon…
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This is Can I Pod With Madness so why the hell are we talking about Elvis Costello, The Fine Young Cannibals and Freiheit? Well we've put away childish things (temporarily) and decided to get all sophisticated by looking at an issue of Q Magazine, the *modern* guide to music and more. The original idea was to mix things up a bit and not talk about …
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In another format breaking episode, we're jumping in the Delorean and rolling up into 1984. It's a completely different rock scene, with Heavy Pettin, Raven and Charon, although there's still a Deep Purple feature so we’re not exactly in uncharted territory. Also lots of Meat Loaf! In a first (and probably last) we've got Prince on the cover, and a…
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We’re back with the rear end of Kerrang 240. We’ve got Ladykillers! No longer a pervy request for readers to send in saucy pics, it’s now a salute to WOMEN IN ROCK. We look at a few WOMEN IN ROCK (and possibly invent some, “borrowing” a game from The Word Podcast). We talk about Grace Slick (and Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Starship), and,…
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It's a monster length podcast as we go balls deep into K240, and have to come up for air halfway through, yes that's right kids, it's another two parter. When we're not dredging up half remembered kids' TV themes, we're examining Bret Michaels' contribution to the genre of Christmas music and investigate the unfathomable social media activity of th…
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In this unprecedented format shattering episode we are bringing it bang up to date with an edition of Kerrang from 1991! What is the rock scene like in this new decade, in the brave new age of Grunge? Surely Guns N' Roses won't be on the cover again? Well they are, but only in an inset. Otherwise we've got Thunder, Little Angels and Suzie Hatton. S…
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Axl Rose appears on the cover in one of his many disguises, and we're plunged back in time to the heady days of October 1987, when Kerrang deemed it appropriate to feature T'Pau, Then Jericho and Jethro Tull. Finally a Tull feature! We examine how well preserved Ian Anderson is now, in comparison to how wizened he seemed in ‘87, and ponder the fine…
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The Profs are back, and this time with a very special and very much in-demand guest. R Alan Siler is the Co-host of the Modern Musicology Podcast, owner and author at kOZMIC Press, and host of The Doctor Who A-Z Podcast. We invited him on to talk all things rock and metal in the 1980s. In this freeform episode, we asked Alan to ponder and discuss t…
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Top Ten Stadium Rock (Channel 4, 19th February, 2000), a retrospective TV programme now so old it needs its own retrospective. In two parts! We look at Bon Jovi’s foray into the Star Wars universe, and applaud Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach for being the most entertaining interviewee on this programme (although we fail to mention his stint in Gilmore Gi…
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As promised many moons ago we're finally getting around to Top Ten Stadium Rock (Channel 4, 19th February, 2000), a retrospective TV programme now so old it needs its own retrospective. So join us for lots of talk about the same bands we always talk about. KISS! Heart! Poison! ZZ Top! Motley Crue! Yes, that’s only five, this is such a big subject w…
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Doro out of Warlock, but soon to be just Doro adorns the cover of this, the earliest edition of Metal Hammer we own. It's Halloween and there's weird stuff going on in the pages of this issue, though not the kind of weird stuff you might expect. Aerosmith's Steven Tyler is out and about in Germany, with some stories that probably need a content war…
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The Profs are back after a long hiatus. Matt traveled Italy in search of a great rock and metal store, but to no avail. Apparently, Italians LOVE Jazz! Court visited Chicago, and saw Mr. Speed in Chattanooga, a fantastic KISS tribute act. Now, the profs are chomping at the bit. We tackle the Sunset Strip: the Talented, the Determined, and the Delud…
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Can I Pod With Madness episode 11 Metal Hammer Vol 3, No 17, (August 27, 1988) again - Special Ed This episode, we take a deep dive into everyone’s favourite zombie cyborg murderer, mental patient and part time Egyptian deity, Eddie, off of the Iron Maiden album covers. Where did he come from? What’s his story? How long does he spend every morning …
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Ozzy is appearing at a charity show for Desmond Tutu, which we can find no evidence of, so perhaps this is proof of the Mandela Effect. Status Quo are Running All Over The World, due to a cunningly rerecorded version of their chug rock classic. Joan Jett’s in a movie with Michael J Fox. We fondly recall trying to play Slayer tunes on Guitar Hero. D…
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We made an advert, a teaser, if you will, because both the market and THE GODS OF PODCASTING demand it. This is Can I Pod With Madness in a nutshell, and serves as both an introduction to the show, and as an excellent stand alone podcast for those who like to keep their listening to things under 1 minute 30 seconds.…
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Another frickin W.A.S.P. cover but this one’s a good one. Top of the Pops have been PRESSURED into featuring some of our favourite bands, but we still have to put up with Stock Aitken and Waterman. Vixen are about to release a ROCKER, and we talk about The Grateful Dead despite not knowing anything about them. We consider the Ghoulies/Boglins unive…
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The early 1980s was a time of tremendous change and transition for KISS. Just a few years prior, the "Hottest Band in the World" was selling out arenas and their albums shipped platinum. However, by 1981, Peter Criss was out of the band, with Ace Frehley soon to follow. The next few years brought line-up changes, a disastrous concept album (Music f…
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Ozzy’s on the cover with a cheeky little scamp called Zakk Wylde. Whitesnake have renamed ZZ Top’s Tush, and AC/DC are busy blowing up your video. Did James Cameron of James Cameron’s Avatar fame rip off the cover of Steeler’s Undercover Animal album? We investigate. We also (vaguely) remember Not Fade Away, Raw Power and Noisy Mothers (not Muthas)…
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Court and Matt have attended over 500 concerts over the course of their lifetimes, including numerous rock festivals. With the recent announcement that both Ozzy Osbourne and AC/DC are coming out of retirement to perform at the Power trip Festival in October, we thought this would be the perfect time to discuss the history, pros and cons of the roc…
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It’s a very special episode of CIPWM as we go into the Mötley Crüe Cinematic Universe (The Crüeniverse) - we’re looking at The Dirt (Jeff Tremaine, 2019) - Netflix’s adaptation of the Crüe’s genital warts and all autobiography from 2001. Matthew Trippe doesn’t appear in this movie, nor does Pamela Anderson, or the drummer from Hole. We compare and …
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There’s money off Wolfsbane down at Little Kathy Wilson’s place! Lisa Dominique looms large over this issue, but doesn’t get the cover, the K! Team decided to go with the bloke from Testament. It’s summer 89, which means Batman, Bette (Midler) and Busters (Ghost). We’re talking Simple Minds, Sonia and Gloria Estafan and trying to work out who was o…
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Returning to a week we previously covered in PWM03, today we’re looking at Kerrang 208 (Oct 8, 1988). Lovable Sheffield scamps Def Leppard are legit the biggest band in the world although you wouldn’t know it from those FASCISTS at Radio 1. Kerrang! Has a new feature - This Week in Metal which is suspiciously similar to Can I Pod With Madness. Does…
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On this Ep. of RAMP, our long-time 3rd and silent member of the podcast, Mr. Tim Williamson joins us for some Q and A. Tim has played an instrumental role in making sure the podcast is available to listeners on all the various feeds, and we couldn't do the show were it not for his technical expertise. We finally coaxed him into doing the show with …
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In episode 4 we lurch forward in time to look at Metal Hammer Vol 5, No 6, (April 3, 1989). Has Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P had a makeover? His background certainly has. Also Vixen! Sabbath! Rush! Tigertailz and some UK Glamsters. Marillion finally have a new singer but we’re not allowed to see him. Mötley Crüe are cleaned up (apparently) and Vince …
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In this episode of RAMP the Profs take a close look and listen to the 90s and 2000s era of Metallica. The music Metallica produced after 1991 was polarizing, both enraging some early fans, but also introducing legions of younger fans to the band and their new sound. Purists claimed that Metallica had abandoned their thrash roots, sold out, and a fe…
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It's a bumper edition of the pod as we look at Metal Hammer from Oct 1988. We talk Motorhead, King Diamond, Bon Jovi, Little Angels, Dare, Aerosmith, Let Loose, Nirvana vs The Jackson Five, The Osmonds and KISS! There’s shock news about Fish leaving Marillion, and we fondly remember Bret Michaels’ Rock of Love and Madchen “Shelly from Twin Peaks” A…
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In our difficult second podcast we tackle Kerrang issue 181 HEAD ON! Alice Cooper is a troubled man for troubled times, but whither Head Over Heels, Kooga and The Grip? Are It Bites actually from the 90s? Which band is canon in the Nightmare on Elm Street universe? Also a Black Sabbath story that will shock you to the core! Sorry... kore. Insta/Twi…
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In this episode of RAMP Court and Matt circle back to take a look at KISS in the 1980s, 90s and 2000s. Listeners know by now that Court is a huge fan of KISS in the 80s, while Matt grew up in the 1970s and thus favors the classic-era with the original line-up. Court takes center stage on this one to talk about what the hottest band in the world did…
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In the inaugural edition of our podcast, we discuss what to call the podcast. Then we move onto the main topic, Kerrang issue 178, (March 12, 1988). We cover Iron Maiden (about to release a new single, and promoting it with boobs), Whitesnake (just being sexy), Motley Crue (Nikki Sixx doppelganger shocker,) and W.A.S.P. (dog related shenanigans). A…
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Listeners to the podcast know that Court was a massive fan of early GnR and Appetite for Destruction. However, when Use Your Illusion 1 and 2 were released, young Dr. Lewis had an epic meltdown and vowed never to listen to those albums again. His expectations were so high that those albums were a massive letdown, and one that sticks in Court's craw…
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We are back with our "Best Albums of 2022" picks, and it's a doozy. Neither Court nor I had any idea which albums the other selected, and it was interesting to see how much our picks varied. We think we did a pretty good job covering the strongest offerings of 22, but it is entirely possible that we overlooked a masterpiece! We are counting on you …
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We're back! Court and Matt field questions from the listeners, grappling with topics such as best concept albums, best side projects, remarkable rock and roll feuds, and Gene Simmons' proclamation that "rock is dead." We want to thank all of the listeners who took the time to submit questions -- We appreciate you!…
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We're back! After a lengthy and mostly involuntary hiatus, the Profs are back and answering your questions. Yes, we feel bad that it's been 2 months since our last episode, but we hope you'll go easy on us. Court and I have been in marathon mode this fall semester, doing our best to educate the next generation. Sometimes career and life clash with …
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In this episode of RAMP Court and Matt interview author and philosopher William Irwin. Dr. Irwin is a Herve' A. Leblanc Distinguished Service Professor and the Chair of Philosophy at King's College in Pennsylvania. He is also a long time fan of metal and the author of two books examining the music of Metallica. "Metallica and Philosophy: A Crash Co…
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Court and Matt are back to discuss the newly remastered and expanded deluxe edition of DIO's seminal 1983 debut solo album, Holy Diver. The profs discuss this epic 4-disc expanded album and its merits, as well as the soon-to-be released DIO documentary "Dreamers Never Die." Matt also recounts going to see Yngwie Malmsteen in Bowling Green KY, and t…
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the story of RIOT has all the elements of a good Greek tragedy. It is a tale that is equal parts raw talent, ambition, youthful recklessness, greed, calamity, and possibly the worst band mascot in history! There were a multitude of external forces that thwarted RIOT's efforts to make good, even as they produced a string of really good albums (and a…
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On this episode of RAMP, the Profs talk to multi-talented vocalist, songwriter, instrumentalist and former lead singer of Black Sabbath, Mr. Tony Martin. Over Martin's illustrious career he's produced some of the most iconic and memorable music in rock and metal history both as Sabbath's vocalist in the 80s and 90s, and as a solo performer. His voi…
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JNQP 87 071022 Gates to the Morning Sean Meyers interviewGates to the Morning is a New Jersey based black metal project founded by Sean MyersThey have just released their second album Walk Between Worlds which is the first album in a planned trilogy of albums. ( 2019’s Return to Earth was the debut album but not part of this trilogy) We discussed s…
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Tony Martin was the 2nd longest tenured vocalist in the history of Black Sabbath. During his run with the band, Martin wrote, sang, toured and performed with the band as they traveled to regions where Sabbath had never ventured prior, including Italy, Greece and the USSR. He sang on 5 studio albums and a live album, producing some of Sabbath's best…
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Court and Matt raise their fists in the air and shout in unison to celebrate all that is POWER METAL! Power metal has been around since the 1970s, and most rockers at that time were unaware they were fans of this emerging subgenre of metal. The Profs unpack the origins of power metal, they attempt to define it, and they explain why it should be dis…
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The Profs are back, and the "War of the Currents" begins with Tesla: The Early Years. When Tesla burst on the scene in the mid-eighties, many rock and metal fans took notice. With their straightforward workingman's approach to performing and touring, Tesla became one of the biggest bands in America. Remarkably, Tesla was also a thinking man's (and …
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JNQP 86 052222 Villins Bodies InterviewWe spoke about how their past year was and how their song "Bodies developed. We spoke about the feeling of Alice In Wonderland in different mediums. We finished things up with a discussion about the Akashic Records and how they would use it.Japan Nick's Rock and Metal Pandemonium
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