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Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.

Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.
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Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.

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Episodes

019 - Rise Or Die Trying

1/22/2019
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Let me see you put your hands up on the stereo; it’s spitting out “Rise or Die Trying” by Four Year Strong. Filled with beatdowns in the key of happy, some might think that it’s one in a million (which makes my chances about a million to one). On the other hand, some might act like they can do better than this album (but don’t tell me, I don’t wanna know). This is your last warning; our time has come and we’re going straight on ‘til we’ve made our way through all of it. recorded January...

Duration:01:22:32

018 - Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has A Body Count

1/15/2019
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Hello ladies and gentlemen, I’m glad you’ve graced me with your presence! Today we’re talking From First To Last’s debut album, “Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has A Body Count”. Maybe you spent 2004 listening to this album in your car. Or maybe you wanna throw it into the fire (and take me with it). But note to self, you just might miss it terribly. Let’s ride the wings of, ride the wings of pestilence together to find out! special guest: Anthony Picarelli (@anthonypicarelli) recorded...

Duration:01:35:16

017 - Sing The Sorrow

1/8/2019
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Will you join us in this dance, this dance of misery? What follows is our review of “Sing the Sorrow” by AFI. Is this, their 6th album, still a beautiful one, making you wanna dance in the rain of descending ash? Or do you want to leave it all behind, and never say goodbye? special guest: Mike Moschetto (@mikemoschetto) recorded December 16th, 2018

Duration:01:42:22

016 - Gutter Phenomenon

1/1/2019
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Welcome to the year of the party crasher! Today we’re reviewing “Gutter Phenomenon” by Every Time I Die; if loving it is wrong, then goddamn Nicole does it right. But for everyone else in the world, is it so good that it’ll have you screaming “fuck yeah, we’re gonna party tonight”? Or will you want to kill the music, because it makes you bored stiff? special guest: Scott Aquilino (@scottdamnn) recorded December 17th, 2018

Duration:01:02:40

015 - Nightmare Revisited & more!

12/25/2018
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Boys and girls of every age, wouldn’t you like to hear something strange? Come with us and you will hear us review “Nightmare Revisited”! There are few who deny that Danny Elfman’s music is the best (his talents are renowned far and wide). Is this album simply meant to be, or do you want to take this album, lock it up real tight, throw away the key and then turn off all the lights? special guest: Dana Aste (@danamarie_17) recorded December 11th, 2018

Duration:02:17:37

014 - The Curse

12/18/2018
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She’s back again! And “she” is that weird looking girl on the cover of Atreyu’s “The Curse”. This Victory Records classic is chock full of pinch harmonics & breakdowns. Will it still take our breath away, how this album takes our breath away? Or will our review make you cry so hard you just die? Come on! Take five Vicodin and wash it down with some good ol’ fashioned clarity! special guest: John B. (@tiedyetileyedie) recorded November 28th, 2018

Duration:01:32:03

013 - Enema of the State

12/11/2018
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Say it ain’t so! Today we’re talking about “Enema of the State” by blink-182. Bringing us waaaay back to 1999, this cornerstone of pop punk had everyone believing that aliens exist (especially Tom Delonge). We’re gonna dive in to see if it’s just a bouquet of clumsy words and simple melodies, or if it’s still an album full of anthems. So don’t turn your back and run now, turn the lights off and carry us home! special guest: Chris Camilleri (@chriscamilleri) recorded November 19th, 2018

Duration:01:36:51

012 - The City Sleeps In Flames

12/4/2018
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Today, we’re talking “The City Sleeps in Flames” by Scary Kids Scaring Kids, and you'll be lucky if you make it out alive from this episode. You don't have to say a word; we’ll give you just a taste of our thoughts on this album, and whether we consider it a breath of sunshine or if it has something left (to give us). recorded November 13th, 2018

Duration:01:01:14

011 - Let Go

11/27/2018
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You! You need to listen to us talk about Avril Lavigne’s “Let Go”! Released when she was 18, this album transformed her into a superstar, slammin’ on her guitar. Is it too much to ask if this album is unwanted or still a huge part of my world? Chill out! We’re gonna find out together! recorded October 29th, 2018

Duration:01:35:27

010 - All's Well That Ends Well

11/20/2018
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Let’s just stop, drop everything and talk about Chiodos, and their album “All’s Well That Ends Well”. Reviewing their debut is probably the best, not to mention the worst, idea that I have ever had. We’ll say what we feel, and won’t stop ourselves from hardcore dancing in the living room (or in this case, the recording studio). Will we continue to love this album until our last breath takes it away from us? Or will the words “best album” become redefined? special guest: John B....

Duration:01:28:09

009 - American Idiot

11/13/2018
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Can you hear the sound of hysteria? We sure can, and it sounds like Green Day’s "American Idiot". Approximately 66.6% of the reason why pre-pubescent folks in 2004 hated George W. Bush, this punk rock opera shot out like a zip gun on parade and introduced us all to the son of rage and love. Maybe the time for this album has come and passed, or maybe there’s nothing wrong with it, it’s just how it’s supposed to be. So walk this lonely road with us and pull on your heart like a hand grenade;...

Duration:02:19:28

008 - City of Evil

11/6/2018
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Get ready to make a beast of out yourself, today we’re talking about “City of Evil” by Avenged Sevenfold. A dwelling place for demons since 2005, their 3rd album thrust the band into the spotlight and made them Burn It Down (the house, that is). Will we die regretting the time we lost listening to this album? Let’s drive (and listen) all through the night to find out. special guest: Anthony Ponzo (@the_ponz6661) recorded October 14th, 2018

Duration:01:42:04

007 - All We Know Is Falling

10/30/2018
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So, are you listening? Today we're talking about Paramore’s debut album, “All We Know Is Falling”. When it comes to this album, you best believe we’d never let it go. But do these songs still have everybody ELSE singing? No pressure on us, here we go again! special guest: Rachel Freeman (@queeesuerte) recorded October 1st, 2018

Duration:01:15:03

006 - Worship and Tribute

10/23/2018
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Welcome back race fans, it's Cavalcade sport time again! Today, we’re talking about Glassjaw’s 2nd full length, “Worship and Tribute”, so stop crying in the beer of a drunk man and start bleeding like a stuck pig. Can you bet in mid-October that this album is still a winner, not a goddamn sinner? Pop two tabs of mescaline and get cozy; after all, you should let us decide. special guest: Becca Cadalzo (@becca_from_online) recorded September 20th, 2018

Duration:01:31:58

005 - Almost Here

10/16/2018
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Slow down, folks! Today we’re talking about “Almost Here” by The Academy Is…! When this album dropped in 2005, these pretty emo boys had everyone’s attention. Are these songs still hits that turn heads, or is this album down and out?, You’re probably sick and tired of waiting, so let’s go for it! special guest: Lindsay Jacobsen (@lindsayjacobsen) recorded September 26th, 2018

Duration:01:39:08

004 - Plagues

10/9/2018
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We’re talking about The Devil Wears Prada’s “Plagues”. Over a decade ago, these songs were composed, note by note, so that we could review ‘em, track by track. We’re gonna bring it to our ears and (at least try to) experience purity no mind can grasp. Will we push bedlam noise to the state of blissfulness? Only one way to find out! So compromise your doctrines, bury your diamonds, and snuggle up into your most comfortable casket; your salvation lies within THIS very episode! special...

Duration:01:20:05

003 - Take This To Your Grave

10/2/2018
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We're good to go, and we're going to review Fall Out Boy's first album, "Take This To Your Grave". Buried in memories around our throats, you might think this was the last good thing about this band, or maybe you know it's not your favorite record. Will the headphones deliver us some great nostalgia, or is this album dead on arrival? recorded September 9th, 2018

Duration:01:22:46

002 - Count Your Blessings

9/25/2018
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Set your clocks to 3:18, because today we’re going moshing; we're talking Bring Me The Horizon’s debut album, “Count Your Blessings”. Way before they were saving folks from drowning, they were making out with Medusa and telling their friend Slater not to clean his privates. We will go down this album (and so will the sun) track-by-track, seeing if these songs are still worth dancing on someone's grave. So close your eyes and pray for us, here we gooooooo. special guests: Virginia Wright...

Duration:01:12:49

001 - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

9/17/2018
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Today we’re going way down into “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge” by My Chemical Romance. Directly responsible for two-thirds of the eyeliner and red ties purchased by angsty teenagers in 2004, it was music for kids who liked D&D, Audrey Hepburn, Fangoria, Harry Houdini, and croquet (and couldn’t swim, dance, or do karate). But can we settle up the score and see if it still holds up? Let’s go down the album, track by track. What’s the worst that we could say? recorded August 20th, 2018

Duration:01:10:29