Episode 99 – The Four Freaks Roundtable: Jeff & Hunter + Thomas Nul & Brian Grebenz

Episode 99 – The Four Freaks Roundtable: Jeff & Hunter + Thomas Nul & Brian Grebenz

Radical Research Podcast
Radical Research Podcast
Episode 99 - The Four Freaks Roundtable: Jeff & Hunter + Thomas Nul & Brian Grebenz
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For 98 episodes, the pilots of Radical Research have gone it together. Mind you, the hosts have had some curatorial help along the way (Jason William Walton and Forrest Pitts, please take a bow). But on the eve of episode 100, Radical Research has called on two of its most stalwart allies, the estimable Thomas Nul and Brian Grebenz. Over the course of almost two hours, this veritable Roman Senate chews on the hard-hitting issues that occupy the minds of all right-thinking citizens of the Research Republic. We invite you to turn on and tune in to this symposium of sickness. 

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Music cited in order of appearance:

Genesis, “Dodo / Lurker” (Abacab, 1981)
Black Sabbath, “The Eternal Idol” (Eternal Idol, 1987)

King Crimson, “Discipline” (Discipline, 1981)

Celtic Frost, “(Once) They Were Eagles” (Cold Lake, 1988)

A Forest of Stars, “Premature Invocation” (Grave Mounds and Grave Mistakes, 2018)

Jethro Tull, “Thick as a Brick” (Thick as a Brick, 1971)

Slayer, “The Final Command” (Show No Mercy, 1983)

Acanthus, “Le Frisson des Vampires” (Le Frisson des Vampires, 1971)

Journey, “Of a Lifetime” (Journey, 1975)

Unearthly Trance, “Penta(grams)” (In the Red, 2004)

episode 100 preview: Voivod, “Temps Mort” (Phobos, 1997)

Radical Research is a conversation about the inner- and outer-reaches of rock and metal music. This podcast is conceived and conducted by Jeff Wagner and Hunter Ginn. Though we consume music in a variety of ways, we give particular privilege to the immersive, full-album listening experience. Likewise, we believe that tangible music formats help provide the richest, most rewarding immersions and that music, artwork, and song titles cooperate to produce a singular effect on the listener. Great music is worth more than we ever pay for it.