A great show was had thanks to John / 2 loud 2 old music, Aaron/ Mr. Books, and Kevin / Buried on Mars! You want to know about all the key rock releases in your future? Then this is the show for you.
We looked at the upcoming AC/DC album Power Up in some detail. We analysed the upcoming Iron Maiden live album Night of the Dead. Thin Lizzy, Tom Petty, Mr. Bungle, and lots more. John, thank you for putting so much time and effort into your research for this show. And thanks to everyone for co-hosting with me. To check out the new releases, start at 0:19:00 of the video.
I did an unboxing from CD Japan at the top of the show. Go to 0:04:30 of the stream to see what I got! All Japanese imports, all with bonus tracks.
At the end of the show we were joined by Saige from Weeping Willow Creations, who designed the new LeBrain Train artwork! I wanted to give her a chance to promote her work. You can click that link to get to her Instagram. I think she did a fantastic job and I’m really happy with the new graphics. Saige joined us at 2:17:15.
The LeBrain Train – 2000 Words or More with Mike Ladano
We were supposed to talk about the upcoming big releases in music last week — and then King Edward died. Devastating. We needed to talk about Eddie. But now, we’ll talk some AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Sloan and more! The angle is based on something Deke said (and others have echoed) a few weeks ago: something along the lines of “2020 needs new AC/DC”. And it does. We deserve it.
This week’s panel will include John from 2loud2oldmusic, the expert on all things New Release-wise. He will be joined by AC/DC scholar Kevin / Buried On Mars, who will bring the perspective of the diehard, deep cut kind of fan. I’ll probably just stand by and drink coffee!
For those who show up early, there will be the customary unboxing, this one courtesy of CDJapan!
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The new LeBrain Train artwork was made by Weeping Willow Creations. If you don’t like it, blame me, not her! She took the image I had in my head and made it digital. All aboard the LeBrain Train — thank you Weeping Willow Creations!