SRRS011 Episode 11 “Dollar Record Bonanza”

In Shabby’s first themed episode, AD and Ryan set out to fill their mystery boxes with a trip to the local record store’s $1.00 racks. Hear what the guys dig up on a limited budget. Who’s box rocks the most, who’s is a dud? Hit it! | Like us on Facebook | visit www.shabbyroadrecordshow.com | #vinyl #classicrock #podcast music, vinyl, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1960’s, hard, rock, classic, metal, proto, punk

Itunes link
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/shabby-road-record-show-podcast/id860185771

Stitcher link
http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=47168&refid=stpr

Spreaker link
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4 thoughts on “SRRS011 Episode 11 “Dollar Record Bonanza”

  1. Some monumentally bad stuff there guys with a couple OK tunes. Hilarious none the less! Don’t get me started on how much I loathe Yes and Genesis 2.0………….

    This show did make me wish Peaches was still around with their massive cutout bins, found a few gems buried in there.

    • Ha Ha Thanks Ron and we agree. It was a challenge to find the real good stuff for a dollar. I’ve still not listened to ‘A Trick of The Tail’ by Genesis out of principle. And I think we are in agreement that Invisible Touch is 1000 shitty miles away from Foxtrot! I remember Peaches record stores. Those were the good ol days, man. Well thanks for listening and telling a friend. If ya get a minute we’d love a review on iTunes, it really helps the show gain attention. Rock on!! -Ryan

      • I’d put a review on iTunes but I have this thing about avoiding the small “i” cult. And yes Ryan, Peaches was an east coast chain of supermarket or larger sized record stores, most were open 24/7 except a few holidays.