Throwback Music Video Review

Throwback Music Video Review

Join music lovers/musicians Al, Ryan and Louie as we have fun discussing music videos from many genres and generations.... Show More

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February 14, 2021 71 min
Back from Covid quarantine, Al, Louie and Ryan discuss the iconic music video for Sia's "Chandelier", speculate on Sia's new movie, "Music," Shia LeBeouf and other tangents that you've come to expect from this show.
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Get a bucket and a mop because it's time to clean your ears for our first show of the new year as Louie, Ryan & Al talk about Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion's moist hit, "W.A.P."
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Merry Crickets everyone! For our holiday episode, Ryan, Louie & Al discuss the video for The Ramones' 1989 classic, "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight.) as well as toxic relationships during the holidays.
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December 7, 2020 46 min
Al, Louie and Ryan are back after a little hiatus from the show! As we tread along the crazy year, we review Pink's 2008 music video, "Sober." Directed by Jonas Akerlund.
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Louie, Ryan & Al talk about the Wachowski's only venture in music video direction with 2009's "Epilepsy is Dancing" by Antony & The Johnsons.
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July 12, 2020 47 min
For this episode, Ryan, Louie, and Al discuss Bananarama's 1988 hit, "I Want You Back." Despite the upbeat goings-on of the video, we also yammered about cancel culture and the use of blackface in this Andy Morahan helmed video.
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After three sessions and a ton of editing, we are back with the thrilling conclusion of the Unknown Pleasures Reimagined Music Video series! Al, Ryan & Louie take to Zoom and discuss the mailed in videos for Disorder, Shadowplay, and Wilderness while we mull over the validity of She's Lost Control and New Dawn Fades. Did we like 'em? Tune in find out!
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Listen as Al, Ryan & Louie discuss an appropriate song for these inappropriate times. Stay strong!
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We are still podcasting through Zoom so we apologize for the shoddy audio quality, but in this installment, Louie presents you all with his favorite artist of all time, Justin Bieber as we discuss the fresh music video for "Intentions."
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We still are mired in the Branch Covidian lockdown at Ale Pie Studios but we finally came through and Zoomed and episode! Please forgive the audio quality, as Al's mic and wi-fi just wasn't up to par. But we hope you enjoy the discussion of The Lords of the New Church's "Dance With Me."
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February 29, 2020 49 min
We'll take you down there to Episode 72 of Throwback Music Video Review podcast as Al, Ryan & Louie review the music video of the classic EBM hit "The Bog."
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February 10, 2020 54 min
By special request, Louie, Ryan & Al are pleased to present to you our review of Cameo's worldwide hit, "Word Up." So tell all the boys and girls, tell your brother, your sister and your momma too!
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So turn the podcast app on for Ryan Louie & Al ’s discussion of Lisa Loeb’s “Stay (I Missed You.) We talk about Ethan Hawke, Reality Bites, one take movies, loft apartments, the 90s and of course Lisa herself!
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In this nice episode, Al, Ryan & Louie talk about She Wants Revenge’s simplistic song but a complicated video for “Tear You Apart.”
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December 24, 2019 60 min
For our Xmas Extravaganza, Louie, Ryan & Al discuss No Doubt's Christmas Skunk Classic "Oi to the World." Despite feeling mailed in, does this 1997 song hold up? Tune in. Find out.
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December 10, 2019 57 min
In this hardcore installment, Ryan, Louie & Al talk about Pulp's video masterpiece "This is Hardcore" while casually glossing over the source material that the scenes of the video were taken from the photography book "Still Life." Still, give it a listen because this is a hardcore fun episode.
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November 18, 2019 58 min
Watch out here we come! This episode, Al, Ryan & Louie discuss Dead or Alive’s never-ending classic “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record).” We discuss the song, the band and the charismatic Pete Burns. Is this one a keeper or did it just take us for a spin?
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To conclude the Halloween season, Louie, Ryan and Al discuss Animal Collective’s unsettling music video of “Who could Win A Rabbit.” And to keep it spoooooooky, we discuss about what makes a good modern era horror movie.
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October 22, 2019 49 min
This Halloweeeeeeen season, Ryan, Louie & Al will torture you with their review of MGMT’s horrifically artistic music video, “Kids.” Spooooooky…
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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of one of the most important albums of our time, Warner Brothers commissioned 10 directors to direct a music video for each song from the album. As of this recording, five have been released. Louie, Ryan & Al undertake the task of reviewing “I Remember Nothing,” “Day of the Lords,” “Insight,” “Interzone,” and “Candidate.” Do these videos do the songs justice? Tune in. Find out.
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