Where do you weigh in on re-issue or so-called “deluxe edition” albums with bonus tracks? That question factors heavily into this week’s show and includes musical arguments for and against them.
What famous hard rock hit is featured in family-friendly movies but is really about a transvestite stripper? That answer is in the show.
A song from a late 80s hairband that changed its name just as it was gaining popularity, and thus seppekued their own success.
The facts behind one of the best known rock and metal legends in history.
The Cover Song of the Week is a more aggressive, edgier version of a Queen song. Before we get to it, see if you can guess the song or artist who covered it. Hints throughout the show.
Plus music by Dokken, Kix, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Hinder, Love/Hate, Firehouse, and more.
Own the hits and deep cuts you hear on Hard, Heavy & Hair! Click the iTunes/Apple Music or Amazon Digital Music icons to the left of each song.
Rainbow – Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll
Richie Kotzen – You Can’t Save Me
Guns N’ Roses – Mr. Brownstone
The Pretty Reckless – My Medicine
Aerosmith – Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
Mr. Big – Addicted to That Rush
Love/Hate – Why Do You Think They Call It Dope
Cover Song of the Week
Cover: Nine Inch Nails – Get Down Make Love
Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive