Rocking Reissues on Grab A Stack with Mike, Tim, Rob and the Mad Metal Man

Rock Candy, Rhino, Sony Legacy, La-La-Land, Wounded Bird, BGO…all respected reissue labels that collectors seek and value.  We looked at a decent cross section from these labels and more on this episode of Grab A Stack of Rock.

Harrison the Mad Metal Man educated us on Oingo Boingo.  Rob Daniels highlighted a Loreena McKennit super deluxe that sounds out of this world.  Mr. Durling presented a variety of rock reissues including our only vinyl of the evening.  I had some cool Johnny Cash on Sony Legacy, and a bunch of Budgie.  This is just a slice of what we showed.

Apologies for the audio glitches at the start!  We got it figured out and rolled on.

“Ask Harrison” came from a new contributor tonight:  Superhero Tee Bone Man himself!  California Girl asked some questions about Heart and Pat Benatar, sparking a lively discussion.

Speaking of whom, next week at a special time (3 PM EST / Noon Pacific), California Girl aka MarriedAndHeels will be joining us live for the first time, so get your questions ready.

Thanks for watching, and if you missed it, you can check it out below!






  1. “Boingo’s early work was a little too new wave for most people’s tastes. But when Good For Your Soul came out in ’83 I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consulate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. They’ve been compared to Devo, but I think Elfman has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humour.

    In ’85 Boingo released this; Dead Man’s Party, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is “Dead Man’s Party”. A song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because then maybe someone would be able to work out what the song is about.

    Hey Zimmer!”

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