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Some voices got treble some voices got bass. We got the kinda voices that are up in your face

Latest Episodes

Season two starts up with remembering Scott Weiland and Stone Temple Pilots

Bass and Treble is back with a whole new lineup of albums to cover! We start with a tribute to Scott Weiland. We Instead of choosing just one Stone Temple Pilots album, we decided to talk about Thank You, their greatest hits album, to cover all the bases. The worst song of the week comes […]

53 MIN2015 DEC 18
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Season two starts up with remembering Scott Weiland and Stone Temple Pilots

Led Zeppelin’s “How the West Was Won”, plus some Zep music history, and possibly the suckiest song to ever come from Canada.

This week we talk about Led Zeppelin’s3-disc live album released in 2003, How the West Was Won. Then we talk a bit about some of their other performances, including their first show in the US, other classic rockers influenced by Led Zeppelin, and a special honor from the President himself. We close out by talking […]

85 MIN2015 DEC 5
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Led Zeppelin’s “How the West Was Won”, plus some Zep music history, and possibly the suckiest song to ever come from Canada.

Beatles “Abbey Road”, plus Freddie Mercury, Aerosmith, and a dance-pop anthem that sucks

This week we cover one of our favorite Beatles albums, Abbey Road. We follow that up with Don Henley’s poor life choices, Aerosmith on the Simpsons, and Freddie Mercury’s last days. Then we top it off with a sucky dance-pop song you wish you could forget.

59 MIN2015 NOV 21
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Beatles “Abbey Road”, plus Freddie Mercury, Aerosmith, and a dance-pop anthem that sucks

Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light”, plus CBGB, Ringo, and… Bon Jovi?

This week we introduce you (and ourselves) to the Talking Heads’ greatest album, “Remain in Light.” Then we chat about Chrysler’sbrilliant idea to put record players in cars, the closing of CBGB, and the suckiest karaoke songs of all time. You probably love ’em.

55 MIN2015 NOV 14
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Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light”, plus CBGB, Ringo, and… Bon Jovi?

Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”, plus Rolling Stone Magazine, and introducing special guest Doug!

Special guest Doug helps us review one of the best selling albums of all time, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, then reminisce about when John met Yoko, the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, and Dave Matthews first album. Our sucky song this week gets controversial; you decide whether it deserves thelove.

56 MIN2015 NOV 7
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Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”, plus Rolling Stone Magazine, and introducing special guest Doug!

Gorillaz Self-Titled Album, plus Led Zeppelin, John Lennon’s piano, and worst The Beatles song ever!

Dive into the smooth grooves and fun beats ofthe Gorillaz first album, eponymously titled ‘Gorillaz.’ Then we’ll touch on Led Zeppelin’s premiere for The Song Remains the Same, find out who bought the piano that John Lennon used to compose Imagine, and then flip a 180 on the Beatles and discuss their suckiestsong ever. Check […]

49 MIN2015 OCT 31
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Gorillaz Self-Titled Album, plus Led Zeppelin, John Lennon’s piano, and worst The Beatles song ever!

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nomination Week!

We review the nominees for nextyear’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction touching on all 15 nominees, from Chic to Chicago, fromNine Inch Nails to N.W.A. The “sucky song of the week” is even from one of the nominees themselves! Take a listen and choose your own faves.

54 MIN2015 OCT 24
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nomination Week!

Green Day’s “Dookie” plus Rush, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, and… Chris Issak

Let’s talk about Dookie, Green Day’s third album, which blasted them into the mainstream. Learn about Johnny Cash’s drug problems, Pink Floyd’s record-breaking feat, and how Rush could be a little more underrated than most people realize. Then experience the most “sucktastic” song everto crack the top 10. This podcast doesn’t suck though.

53 MIN2015 OCT 10
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Green Day’s “Dookie” plus Rush, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, and… Chris Issak

Nirvana’s “In Utero” plus Bowie, James Brown, John Lennon and Buddy Holly

In Utero, Nirvana’s third and final studio album is on deck along with Montage of Heck and Kurt’s impact on rock music. How skinny is David Bowie? James Brown’s band quits on him and John Lennon’s Hollywood star gets defaced and Buddy Holly rocks some sweet rockabilly specs. Check it, don’t wreck it.

44 MIN2015 OCT 3
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Nirvana’s “In Utero” plus Bowie, James Brown, John Lennon and Buddy Holly

Jack White’s “Lazaretto” plus Hendrix, Hey Jude, Bob Marley and REM

Why isJack White’s Lazaretto so awesome? Music history from Septembers of the past, with shout outs to Hendrix, Hey Jude, and Bob Marley. Some ranting about REM and an old Genesis song from back in the 80’s. It’s a good time.

41 MIN2015 SEP 25
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Jack White’s “Lazaretto” plus Hendrix, Hey Jude, Bob Marley and REM
the END

Latest Episodes

Season two starts up with remembering Scott Weiland and Stone Temple Pilots

Bass and Treble is back with a whole new lineup of albums to cover! We start with a tribute to Scott Weiland. We Instead of choosing just one Stone Temple Pilots album, we decided to talk about Thank You, their greatest hits album, to cover all the bases. The worst song of the week comes […]

53 MIN2015 DEC 18
Comments
Season two starts up with remembering Scott Weiland and Stone Temple Pilots

Led Zeppelin’s “How the West Was Won”, plus some Zep music history, and possibly the suckiest song to ever come from Canada.

This week we talk about Led Zeppelin’s3-disc live album released in 2003, How the West Was Won. Then we talk a bit about some of their other performances, including their first show in the US, other classic rockers influenced by Led Zeppelin, and a special honor from the President himself. We close out by talking […]

85 MIN2015 DEC 5
Comments
Led Zeppelin’s “How the West Was Won”, plus some Zep music history, and possibly the suckiest song to ever come from Canada.

Beatles “Abbey Road”, plus Freddie Mercury, Aerosmith, and a dance-pop anthem that sucks

This week we cover one of our favorite Beatles albums, Abbey Road. We follow that up with Don Henley’s poor life choices, Aerosmith on the Simpsons, and Freddie Mercury’s last days. Then we top it off with a sucky dance-pop song you wish you could forget.

59 MIN2015 NOV 21
Comments
Beatles “Abbey Road”, plus Freddie Mercury, Aerosmith, and a dance-pop anthem that sucks

Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light”, plus CBGB, Ringo, and… Bon Jovi?

This week we introduce you (and ourselves) to the Talking Heads’ greatest album, “Remain in Light.” Then we chat about Chrysler’sbrilliant idea to put record players in cars, the closing of CBGB, and the suckiest karaoke songs of all time. You probably love ’em.

55 MIN2015 NOV 14
Comments
Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light”, plus CBGB, Ringo, and… Bon Jovi?

Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”, plus Rolling Stone Magazine, and introducing special guest Doug!

Special guest Doug helps us review one of the best selling albums of all time, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, then reminisce about when John met Yoko, the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, and Dave Matthews first album. Our sucky song this week gets controversial; you decide whether it deserves thelove.

56 MIN2015 NOV 7
Comments
Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”, plus Rolling Stone Magazine, and introducing special guest Doug!

Gorillaz Self-Titled Album, plus Led Zeppelin, John Lennon’s piano, and worst The Beatles song ever!

Dive into the smooth grooves and fun beats ofthe Gorillaz first album, eponymously titled ‘Gorillaz.’ Then we’ll touch on Led Zeppelin’s premiere for The Song Remains the Same, find out who bought the piano that John Lennon used to compose Imagine, and then flip a 180 on the Beatles and discuss their suckiestsong ever. Check […]

49 MIN2015 OCT 31
Comments
Gorillaz Self-Titled Album, plus Led Zeppelin, John Lennon’s piano, and worst The Beatles song ever!

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nomination Week!

We review the nominees for nextyear’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction touching on all 15 nominees, from Chic to Chicago, fromNine Inch Nails to N.W.A. The “sucky song of the week” is even from one of the nominees themselves! Take a listen and choose your own faves.

54 MIN2015 OCT 24
Comments
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nomination Week!

Green Day’s “Dookie” plus Rush, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, and… Chris Issak

Let’s talk about Dookie, Green Day’s third album, which blasted them into the mainstream. Learn about Johnny Cash’s drug problems, Pink Floyd’s record-breaking feat, and how Rush could be a little more underrated than most people realize. Then experience the most “sucktastic” song everto crack the top 10. This podcast doesn’t suck though.

53 MIN2015 OCT 10
Comments
Green Day’s “Dookie” plus Rush, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, and… Chris Issak

Nirvana’s “In Utero” plus Bowie, James Brown, John Lennon and Buddy Holly

In Utero, Nirvana’s third and final studio album is on deck along with Montage of Heck and Kurt’s impact on rock music. How skinny is David Bowie? James Brown’s band quits on him and John Lennon’s Hollywood star gets defaced and Buddy Holly rocks some sweet rockabilly specs. Check it, don’t wreck it.

44 MIN2015 OCT 3
Comments
Nirvana’s “In Utero” plus Bowie, James Brown, John Lennon and Buddy Holly

Jack White’s “Lazaretto” plus Hendrix, Hey Jude, Bob Marley and REM

Why isJack White’s Lazaretto so awesome? Music history from Septembers of the past, with shout outs to Hendrix, Hey Jude, and Bob Marley. Some ranting about REM and an old Genesis song from back in the 80’s. It’s a good time.

41 MIN2015 SEP 25
Comments
Jack White’s “Lazaretto” plus Hendrix, Hey Jude, Bob Marley and REM
the END
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