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Seaside Pod Review (A Queen Podcast)

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Kev and Randy take to the mics once a week to talk about a song from the catalogue of the enigmatic, brilliant, and sometimes flawed rock legends Queen. Each week a song will be chosen at random so that the boys won't know what track they'll be reviewing. Kev comes into the podcast as a Queen afficionado, while Randy is a more casual fan, but has a huge wealth of knowledge about recording, performing, and music in general. At the end of each episode, both will either upvote or downvote the song and we'll take to social media to see what the listeners think! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Kev and Randy take to the mics once a week to talk about a song from the catalogue of the enigmatic, brilliant, and sometimes flawed rock legends Queen. Each week a song will be chosen at random so that the boys won't know what track they'll be reviewing. Kev comes into the podcast as a Queen afficionado, while Randy is a more casual fan, but has a huge wealth of knowledge about recording, performing, and music in general. At the end of each episode, both will either upvote or downvote the song and we'll take to social media to see what the listeners think! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Khashoggi's Ship

7/11/2024
An interesting fact about Saudi Arabia for you is that Oil was first struck there in March 1938, in the Dammam Oilfield. In Riyadh, around 100 camels per day are sold, and it’s home to the world’s largest sandy desert. Oh, also, they murder journalists in cold blood and are surruptitiously buying up sports franchises all over the world to distract us from the fact. Never mind eh, let’s talk some Queen! If Kev were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Who said that my party was all over?" or possibly "Get off my fucking boat!" Today's episode looks at the continuation of the part with the second song on "The Miracle", "Khashoggi's Ship". NOTE: Skip forward to 14:07 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. The song featured at the end of this week's episode is God Save the Queen, Pt 3 bu Randy's old band Absofunkinlutely. Check it out here: https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=AL34VRX5xkc Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:54:48

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Water

7/4/2024
It’s not the A side and it’s not the C side, well it’s the seaside as in all one word s e a… you get what I’m saying.It’s the B SIDE pod review. We’re not digging into the main catalogue today because Randy’s off working on some or other big budget Hollywood production and rubbing shoulders with the Scorseses of the world, but we’re going deep, and we’re still sittin around talking about Queen! If Kevin were to title this episode, he'd probably call it “Summon the Kraken!” or possibly, “Geez, this didn’t get finished for The Miracle and My Baby Does Me did?” Today's episode looks at Brian's half finished doodle "Water" which was included on "The Miracle Collector's Edition" NOTE: Skip forward to 8:37 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. The song featured at the end of this week's episode is Bottom End Machine by RandyWoods Band. It's definitely not written about a former bandmate. Honest. Check it out here: https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=HnZeFWNBXBE Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:32:27

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White Man

6/27/2024
White men have a lot to answer for. Now don't get all Jordan Peterson on me and say "NOT ALL WHITE MEN!" No, not all, but damn well enough! And certainly historically. But is it a good idea for rock stars to tackle serious subjects? And how does Brian do with this one? It's back to back Bri and this week's episode is full of Stampeders and Carneys. Kev also gives an update on the upcoming Queen World Cup! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Don't you see the light behing your blackened skies" or possibly "White man builds a big fire and sits far way. Native man builds a small fire and sits close" Today's episode means we've now covered half of A Day At The Races. It's time for Brian's screed against colinialism, "White Man" NOTE: Skip forward to 18:13 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. The song featured at the end of this week's episode is Fyah Dey, by Randy's good pal Oral Fuentes. Check it out here: https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=ATENbKcEbew Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:07:34

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Sail Away Sweet Sister

6/20/2024
Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, I know you’re my sister, but I'm looking at you... You could sort of condense the lyrics in this one down to that sentence. Nylon strings, epic bass, and a soulful piano make up the bones of this song, but its muscle comes from the brilliance of Brian's voice and guitar work. There's a change in the format and the boys are ready to rock. There were five different manifestations from this week's album, so the wheel spun up none of them! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "How come you behave this way" or possibly, "Maybe Bri's parents shoulda got the boy a dog" Today's episode covers our fourth track from The Game, Brian's sinister lamentation, "Sail Away Sweet Sister" NOTE: Skip forward to 23:52 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. The song featured at the end of this week's episode is Bode's Galaxy, by Randy's former band, Absofunkinlutely. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/lB7iaAnZOZc Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:06:42

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Put Out the Fire

6/13/2024
In materials science, quenching is the rapid cooling of a workpiece in water, gas, oil, polymer, air, or other fluids to obtain certain material properties. A type of heat treating, quenching prevents undesired low-temperature processes, such as phase transformations, from occurring. It does this by reducing the window of time during which these undesired reactions are both thermodynamically favorable and kinetically accessible; for instance, quenching can reduce the crystal grain size of both metallic and plastic materials, increasing their hardness. All that has fuck all to do with this week's episode. If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "There's nothing burning!" or possibly "Why didn't Rog' put gong on this track?" Today's episode covers the side two opener to Hot Space, Brian's gun-law-hoo-haw, "Put Out the Fire" NOTE: Skip forward to 11:58 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. The song featured at the end of this week's episode is Bode's Galaxy, by Randy's former band, Absofunkinlutely. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/lB7iaAnZOZc Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:52:57

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Bohemian Rhapsody

6/6/2024
Today's episode covers the big cahuna. The monster. The behemoth. None more Queen. The song that didn't just put Queen on the map, but also tore the map up into tiny little shreds and force fed the pieces to an ungrateful music press who just didn't get it. "Unfortunately, Queen’s lyrics are not the stuff of sonnets." - TIME magazine "...a brazen hodgepodge..." - Rolling Stone "A superficially impressive pastiche of incongruous musical styles..." - Melody Maker "It has no immediate selling point whatsoever" - Record Mirror "They sound extremely self-important" - NME "The critics can go fuck themselves" - Cardinal Woods If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Nothing really matters" or possibly, "I wonder who played gong on this track?" It's Bo Rhap time. NOTES: Skip forward to 38:47 if you want to skip the preamble. The song featured at the end of the episode is "Hint of Grey" written and recorded by our very own Ian Winick in his former duo, John Loves Julie. You can find all the music over on SoundCloud, here: https://soundcloud.com/johnlovesjulie. Also, check Ian and Michael J Smith on their fantastic podcast, Lord of Adders Black, discussing all things Blackadder here: Apple: https://tinyurl.com/5n9yb54a Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ynj42uew Acast: https://tinyurl.com/yp3abvjp Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:30:54

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Life Is Real (Song for Lennon)

5/30/2024
This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Is life real? Can you breastfeed yourself? And what are those stains on your pillow? If I were to title this episode, I’d probably call it “Nothing is Real” or possibly “The milky boobs are on me!”. Today's episode covers Freddies ode to the fallen Beatle, "Life Is Real (Song for Lennon)". NOTES: Skip forward to 30:39 if wanna get straight into the manifestations from our dynamic duo and their dastardly discordants! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:04:27

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If You Can't Beat Them

5/23/2024
Randy's having trouble with the word minfastition, maniseftation, fannystemnation, well whatever it is, Randy just can't say it! In a first for the podcast, there is live confectionary eating and mroe discussion about cake than anyone needs to hear, but, we've drawn a line under it now, so we can all put it behind us! We're talking filler, we're talking Jazz, and we're definitely talking shite! If Kev were to title this episode, he'd probably call it “You’re never gonna help yourself”, or possibly, “Deacy definitely didn’t deliver!” Today's episode covers the Deacy's side one contribution to Jazz, "If You Can't Beat Them". NOTES: Skip forward to 33:51 if wanna get straight into the sunnydestinationd, the funnysensations... the, ach you know, wheel spin! Also, the sound quality is a little bit off on this one as the technical frustrations we had setting up to record in person the way we tried didn't yield the best results, so we won't be doing that again. The song featured at the end of the episode is "Never Said"; Kev's platonic love song to his childhood best friend who succumbed to his cancer in 2017. You can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGsINNg8l_c Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:17:05

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Ogre Battle

5/16/2024
Randy's having problems with his issues, whatever the hell that means! And he still won't quite raggin' on poor Kev about the Shepherd's Pie debacle. Bastard! We're goin' deep into fantasy this week and we've already had one duster from Randy for a proggier flight of fancy from Brian, way back in Episode two (oops, spoiler alert), but will he risk incurring Kev's wrath and dust this one too??? He is a man who, by his own admission, would kill for a Nobel Peace Prize... And to think, we knew him before he became notorious, and then curiously decorated! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Two way mirror mountain" or possibly, "I wonder who played gong on this track..." Today's episode covers the monstrous opening to Side Black of Queen II, "Ogre Battle". NOTE: Skip forward to 31:08 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. Just remember, if you do that, you're missing all the good stuff and you're not really getting everything out of this podcast that we poured our hearts and souls into!!! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:04:11

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Killer Queen

5/9/2024
Saltpeter and sulfur and charcoal, oh my! How many pods within a pod can you reasonably expect to get away with? The cake vs pie fiasco has now spilled over into another podcast, and Corey's not having it! This week sees Kev and Randy take on one of the titans of the Queen discography. Our intrepid pair aren't scared though, in fact, they laugh in the face of danger, they tickle the bollocks of fear, and then give terror a wedgie and tell it to go fuck itself. If Kevin were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Triangles and tubular bells" or possibly "She's out to get you!" Today's episode covers Queen's monster breakout single from Sheer Heart Attack, the ever so dandy, "Killer Queen" NOTE: Skip forward to 31:35 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. Just remember, if you do that, you're missing all the good stuff and you're not really getting everything out of this podcast that we poured our hearts and souls into!!! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:12:30

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I Believe in a Thing Called Love (The Darkness)

5/3/2024
Well, it's not Queen is it! What the fuck are these two idiots doing now? Branching out into other artists? I mean, they're more ripping off Pod of Thunder than In The Lap of the Pods, but hey, a good idea is a good idea. We wanted to say a huge thank you to the people who have very generously donated some of their hard earned scratch to us over on our Ko-Fi account, so we (and by that we mean "Kev") came up with the idea of letting peopel give us non-Queen songs to talk about and vote on. Today's very first episode in thie podcast-within-a-podcast covers the third single from The Darkness's debut album, "Permission To Land"; the falsetto-driven "I Believe in a Thing Called Love". If you want to get involved in the Kofi Klub, you can make a donation here: https://ko-fi.com/seasidepodreview and let us know which song you want us to add to the wheel! We also have a private channel in our Discord community for donors. Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:31:44

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Man on the Prowl

5/2/2024
How big is a bee's dick exactly? Well, if my extensive online research is to be trusted (and there's no reason it should be), it's 4.8mm on average. Holy shit! Bee's are packing!!! No wonder the Queen is knackered all the time... The cake vs pie fiasco rumbles on with neither side willing to give an inch, or a fuck, and we would urge you all to please remember that it's fun to clap with a friend. But, no-one should pump anyone, until I blow this whistle. Even if, and I want to make this absolutely clear, even if they do say Jehovah! We're talking piano, we're celebrating "Our Man From Estevan", and we're most definitely 100%, absolutely sure about our vote on this one. No really, we are unwavering in our decision. We didn't for one second wonder whether we'd voted the right way. If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Dude's jaded and looking for the ladies" or possibly, "Baby please don't go"! Today's episode covers the side one closer from The Works, Freddies rockabilly sequal to Crazy Little Thing Called Love, "Man on the Prowl". NOTE: Skip forward to 33:46 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. We won't hold it against you! No really, we won't! Well, maybe just a little bit... Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:05:05

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Fight from the Inside

4/25/2024
What are maple syrup tits? Well, I can't say that we ever got to the bottom of that, but Randy was sure insistent that it's a real thing even though Kevin was sceptical. The pie vs cake argument rages on and Kev is fiendishly plotting a Shepherd's Cake recipe, to prove to Randy that pie is better. We also learn that if there's no top it's a tart (and without context, take that any way you like!) and that Chrissy has designs on Brian's body after last week's song! Oh - and we talk a little bit about Queen... If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Ooh ooh ahh" or posibly "Attack from the rear"! Today's episode covers the side one closer from News of the World, Roger's virtually solo effort, "Fight from the Inside". NOTE: Skip forward to 36:21 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. We won't hold it against you! Unlike Dr. Hook, who wants us to! The song featured at the end of the episode is "Humble Pie", written, recorded and performed by our very own Randy Woods with his old band, Absofunkinlutely. You can listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCSRnIrUk-A Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:15:57

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Some Day One Day

4/11/2024
"Hey dipshits, how come you spent so long talking about hockey, bowling, and Roger Waters instead of getting on with talking about Queen?" Good question, good question... Also - we need to petition cinemas to have intermissions. Don't know why I thought of that just then, but maybe it will become more clear in the episode. Randy tells us about his Martin D-28, Kev tells us about his bowling playoffs, and we listen to a little bit of Q+PR. Imagine that! It's all happening this week. If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Any night tonight" or possibly, "Trite 'n' shite!" Today's episode covers our first song from Side White of "Queen II" and closing song in Brian's suite, "Some Day One Day" NOTE: Skip forward to 39.07 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. We won't hold it against you! Well, we will, but we'll also still love you. We're weird like that... Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:25:33

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Hammer to Fall

4/4/2024
"Good evening, this is Radio 4, with the news at six o'clock this Thursday evening. The Prime Minister, speaking a few minutes ago in the House of Commons, has warned that the international situation is deteriorating rapidly, and that war could break out at any time in the next two or three days." Who in their right mind thought that showing "When the Wind Blows" to kids was a sane and reasonable thing to do? Between that and Jeff Lynne's War of the Worlds, I spent a good year or so of my life absolutely shitting myself. The dust settled, a new Queen album came out and then Brian brought all those feelings of dread back again, albeit to a rocking good riff and a brilliant vocal from our Fred! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Hey! That cloud looks like a mushroom" or possibly, "No nukes in my nieghbourhood" Today's song covers the fourth and last single from 1984's "The Works", the darkly menacing "Hammer to Fall" NOTE: Skip forward to 30:57 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. We won't hold it against you! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:07:37

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She Makes Me (Stormtrooper in Stilettoes)

3/28/2024
Queen: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Seaside Pod Review. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new songs; to seek out new lyrics and new musicla expressions; to boldly go where millions of people have gone before! It's all a bit moody over here at the SPR. Randy hasn't forgotten his suitcase this time and Kev's German accent is definitely on point! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it “Darth Vadar in flats” or possibly, “When I get home I'm gonna rip my wife's underwear right off, cos the waistband is killing me.” Today's song covers Brian's funereal dirge "She Makes Me (Stormtrooper in Stilettoes)" from 1974's superb "Sheer Heart Attack". The cover version of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Listen to Her Heart by Cyberattack, which is clipped in the episode, can be found here: https://youtu.be/EINdLqmcYH0 NOTE: Skip forward to 23:31 if wanna get straight into the manifestations and wheel spin. We won't hold it against you! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:06:28

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I Can Hear Music

3/21/2024
Come and listen to my story about a man named Fred. A poor balladeer, barely kept his kittens fed And then one day while John and Roger stewed, Well up through the mic come a bumblin dude. Robin Cable that is, Trident Engineer, Phil Spector Wannabe. “I CAN hear music”, or possibly “It’s not exactly a wall of sound, more a small privet hedge of sound…” Today's song covers a song never originally intended to be a single. It features three members of Queen and a whole lot of reverb. It's the song that came out before Queen's debut album, "I Can Hear Music". NOTE: If you want to skip straight to the manifestations and wheel spin, that happens right around 13:19. Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:48:04

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I Want to Break Free

3/14/2024
There once was a Queen fan from Wigan Whose nose he was told was a big 'un He tried to break free Then he fell to his knees And consulted the Cardinal's florilegium If Kev were to title this episode, he'd probably call it “Get a grip America” or possibly, “Simply sensational synthtastic solo” Today's song covers the worldwide chart hit from "The Works", the slick pop anthem "I Want to Break Free". The song included at the end of the episode is the inimitable Dudley Moore performing his masterpiece "Jump", live in 1973. NOTE: There's a fair bit of jibber and also some jabber at the top of this one, so if you want to skip ahead to Randy and Kev's manifestations and the wheel spin, we won't think any less of you. Skip forward to 42:53 if wanna get to the good stuff! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:24:51

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The March of the Black Queen

3/7/2024
Hey, does anyone read these episode descriptions? I could probably write anything here couldn't I? I could ask you to send me photos of your favourite letter box. Maybe I could see if someone would be willing to paint themselves orange, stand on the steps of Huddersfield Town Hall and repeatedly scream "Life goes on BRA!" for four hours, or until the local constabulary arrive to deal with them. Maybe I'll start a movement of some kind and I can relay secret messages to my followers here, like the spies used to do with the Times crossword. Things like, "The elucidated octopus knows no pity". You know, that kind of thing... If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "Bo Rhap before Bo Rhap" or possibly "Them dudes can play!" Today's song covers the monumental centre-piece from Side Black of "Queen II", all six and a half minutes of "The March of the Black Queen". The song included at the end of the episode is "Pharmacist on a Harley" from the latest Randy Woods Band album, "Soul Hammer" and you can find it here! https://youtu.be/WgARAxQqifw NOTE: If you want to skip ahead to Randy and Kev's manifestations and the wheel spin, that happens at 46:58 (yeh we know, it's a long one this week folks!) Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:37:33

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The Invisible Man

2/29/2024
"The stranger came early in February, one wintry day, through a biting wind and a driving snow, the last snowfall of the year, over the down, walking as it seemed from Bramblehurst railway station, and carrying a little black portmanteau in his thickly gloved hand. He was wrapped up from head to foot, and the brim of his soft felt hat hid every inch of his face but the shiny tip of his nose; the snow had piled itself against his shoulders and chest, and added a white crest to the burden he carried." That's the intro to H.G. Wells classic book. "I'm the invisible man I'm the invisible man Incredible how you can See right through me" That's the intro to this week's song. H.G. Wells it ain't! If Randy were to title this episode, he'd probably call it "I want a new invisible man" or possibly "Love is a stranger, invisibly" Today's song covers the fourth single from Queen's last album of the 80s. That's right, it's "The Invisible Man" NOTE: If you want to skip ahead to Randy and Kev's manifestations and the wheel spin, that happens at 37:58 Thanks to everyone who tuned in to the last episode and left us some comments on Twitter, Facebook, and BlueSky! Also, come join us on our Discord server, we'd be glad to have you! We'll always try to answer any questions you have and seriously appreciate any corrections you make to anything we get wrong. And thanks so much for all your support as usual. We're loving diving into the Queen fandom as much as we're enjoying recording the podcasts! Huge thanks to Corey Morrissette and Mark Camire for letting us copy and paste the format from their gold-standard podcast; And the Podcast Will Rock. You can find them at @PodcastWillRock on Twitter. Also, make sure you go check out our beautiful brothers and sisters over on the Deep Dive Podcast Network! Follow us on Twitter: @queenseaside Facebook: @seasidepodreview Bluesky: @seasidepodreview.bsky.social Also, check out Kev's other podcasts The Tom Petty Project: https://tompettyproject.com The Ultimate Catalogue Clash: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultimate-catalogue-clash And if you want to check out Randy's music, you can find it here: https://randywoodsband.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:01:18:26