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Welcome to Music By Number! Join our hosts Kevin, Ben, Zak, and Rusty on the retrospective podcast dedicated to listening to and reviewing artists/albums chosen from RollingStone Magazine's Top 500 Albums of all time. Drop the Needle, rewind the tape, hit play. It's MUB#

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006 - Vampire Weekend "Vampire Weekend"

EJoin Kevin and Zak as they are joined by the show’s first guest host! Trey “Boogie” in their review of the 2008 debut of Vampire Weekend. Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: January 29, 2008 Recorded: 2007 Genre: Indie pop indie rock baroque pop worldbeat Length: 34:13 Label: XL Producer: Rostam Batmanglij All lyrics written by Ezra Koenig except where noted; all music composed by Vampire Weekend except where noted. No. Title Length 1. "Mansard Roof" 2:07 2. "Oxford Comma" 3:15 3. "A-Punk" 2:17 4. "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" 3:34 5. "M79" (additional lyrics by Rostam Batmanglij) 4:15 6. "Campus" (music and lyrics by Batmanglij; additional lyrics by Koenig) 2:56 7. "Bryn" 2:13 8. "One (Blake's Got a New Face)" (contains elements of "Obeah Wedding" Slinger Francisco) 3:13 9. "I Stand Corrected" 2:39 10. "Walcott" 3:41 11. "The Kids Don't Stand a Chance" 4:03 Total length: 34:13 ...

76 MIN2017 JUN 13
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006 - Vampire Weekend "Vampire Weekend"

The Red Tape MUB# 5.5

E"The Fucking Monkees" in which our hosts continue their never ending talk about the Beatles as well as the Rolling Stones, The Black Keys, Marvelettes, Bruce Willis' debut album The Return of Bruno, Metallica and much more! The Red Tape Podcast features audio edited out/extended from previous Music By Number episodes. Often never having appeared in the final Music by Number episode it originates and only available presented to you in the form of the long lost art of the mix tape. Every 5 weeks we will have a new massive mix to release in place of the usual Music by Number Monday episode and instead released on a Tuesday we call Red Tape Tuesday. We hope you enjoy! Join us next week as we return to MUB# to review Vampire Weekend with our very first Guest Host! Brought to you by www.SmkSignals.com In association with Movies By Number www.musicbynumber.com "We recommend you go out and buy as many albums as you can" Smk Signals 2017

116 MIN2017 JUN 6
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The Red Tape MUB# 5.5

005 - The Beatles "Revolver"

EWe Join our hosts as they change their mind, for good reason, and review number 3 on RollingStone Magazines Top 500 Albums of all time list: The Beatles “Revolver”, while they Just scratch the surface on little more Paul is Dead talk, compare the Beatles to the Rolling Stones and more! Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: 5 August 1966 Recorded: 6 April – 21 June 1966 Studio EMI Studios, London Genre Rock pop psychedelic rock Length 34:43 Label Parlophone Capitol Producer: George Martin The cover for Revolver was created by German-born bassist and artist Klaus Voormann, one of the Beatles' oldest friends from their time in Hamburg during the early 1960s. Voormann's artwork was part line drawing and part collage, using photographs taken over 1964–65 by Robert Freeman and others by Robert Whitaker. The following track listing is for the original UK release, whereas the US edi...

56 MIN2017 MAY 30
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005 - The Beatles "Revolver"

004 - Guns N Roses "Appetite for Destruction"

ETune in as Music By Number breaks down a hot topic among our hosts. RollingStone Top 500 Albums of All Time List #62 Guns N’ Roses 1987 debut album “Appetite For Destruction”. Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: July 21, 1987 Recorded: March–April 1987 Studio: Rumbo Studios, Canoga Park, CA; Take One Studio, Burbank, CA; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA and Can Am Studio, Tarzana, CA Genre: Hard rock heavy metal Length: 53:51 Label: Geffen Producer: Mike Clink All tracks written by Guns N' Roses except where noted. Appetite for Destruction No. Title Length 1. "Welcome to the Jungle" 4:31 2. "It's So Easy" (writers: Guns N' Roses, West Arkeen) 3:21 3. "Nightrain" 4:26 4. "Out ta Get Me" 4:20 5. "Mr. Brownstone" 3:46 6. "Paradise City" 6:46 7. "My Michelle" 3:39 8. "Think About You" 3:50 9. "Sweet Child o' Mine" 5:55 10. "You're Crazy" 3:16 11. "Anything Goes" (writers: Gun...

51 MIN2017 MAY 23
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004 - Guns N Roses "Appetite for Destruction"

003 - The New York Dolls "New York Dolls"

EEpisode 3 of Music By Number (MUB#) has arrived! Join our hosts as they review number 215 on RollingStone Top 500 Albums of All Time List. The New York Dolls self titled album "New York Dolls". Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: July 27, 1973 Recorded: April 1973 Studio: The Record Plant in New York Genre: Hard rock, proto-punk, glam rock, punk rock Length: 42:44 Label: Mercury Producer: Todd Rundgren Track listing Side one No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Personality Crisis" David Johansen, Johnny Thunders 3:41 2. "Looking for a Kiss" Johansen 3:19 3. "Vietnamese Baby" Johansen 3:38 4. "Lonely Planet Boy" Johansen 4:09 5. "Frankenstein (Orig.)" Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain 6:00 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Trash" Johansen, Sylvain 3:08 2. "Bad Girl" Johansen, Thunders 3:04 3. "Subway Train" Johansen, Thunders 4:21 4. "Pills" Bo Diddley 2:48 5. "Private World" Johansen,...

59 MIN2017 MAY 16
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003 - The New York Dolls "New York Dolls"

002 - Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath"

EEpisode 2 of Music By Number (MUB#) has arrived! Join our hosts as they journey to 1970 to review Black Sabbath's genre defining self titled album "Black Sabbath". Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released 13 February 1970 Recorded 16 October 1969 Studio Regent Sound Studios, London, England Genre Heavy metal Length 38:12 Label Vertigo Producer Rodger Bain European edition Side one No. “Title” Length 1. "Black Sabbath" 6:20 2. "The Wizard" 4:24 3. "Behind the Wall of Sleep" 3:37 4. "N.I.B." 6:08 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Length 5. "Evil Woman" (Crow cover) Larry Weigand Dick Weigand David Wagner 3:25 6. "Sleeping Village" 3:46 7. "Warning" (The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation cover) Aynsley Dunbar Alex Dmochowski Victor Hickling John Moorshead 10:28 According to Black Sabbath guitarist and founder member Tony Iommi, the group's debut album was recorded in a single day on 16 October 1...

41 MIN2017 MAY 8
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002 - Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath"

001 - Elton John "Elton John Greatest Hits"

EJoin our Hosts in their first ever episode of Music By Number (MUB#) as they review the 1974 diamond certified "Elton John Greatest Hits"! Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Album Title: Elton John Greatest Hits Released: 8 November 1974 Recorded: January 1970 – January 1974 Genre: Rock, pop, glam rock Length: 47:40 Label: DJM MCA Polydor Producer: Gus Dudgeon All music composed by Elton John, all lyrics written by Bernie Taupin. Side one No. - "Title" - Original Album (Year of Release) - Length 1. "Your Song" Elton John (1970) 4:00 2. "Daniel" Don't Shoot I'm Only the Piano Player (1973) 3:53 3. "Honky Cat" Honky Château (1972) 5:12 4. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" (1973) 3:14 5."Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" "" (1973) 4:55 Side two 6. "Rocket Man” Honky Château (1972) 4:40 7. "Bennie and the Jets" Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973)5:10 8. "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" Ca...

53 MIN2017 MAY 2
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001 - Elton John "Elton John Greatest Hits"
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Latest Episodes

006 - Vampire Weekend "Vampire Weekend"

EJoin Kevin and Zak as they are joined by the show’s first guest host! Trey “Boogie” in their review of the 2008 debut of Vampire Weekend. Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: January 29, 2008 Recorded: 2007 Genre: Indie pop indie rock baroque pop worldbeat Length: 34:13 Label: XL Producer: Rostam Batmanglij All lyrics written by Ezra Koenig except where noted; all music composed by Vampire Weekend except where noted. No. Title Length 1. "Mansard Roof" 2:07 2. "Oxford Comma" 3:15 3. "A-Punk" 2:17 4. "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa" 3:34 5. "M79" (additional lyrics by Rostam Batmanglij) 4:15 6. "Campus" (music and lyrics by Batmanglij; additional lyrics by Koenig) 2:56 7. "Bryn" 2:13 8. "One (Blake's Got a New Face)" (contains elements of "Obeah Wedding" Slinger Francisco) 3:13 9. "I Stand Corrected" 2:39 10. "Walcott" 3:41 11. "The Kids Don't Stand a Chance" 4:03 Total length: 34:13 ...

76 MIN2017 JUN 13
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006 - Vampire Weekend "Vampire Weekend"

The Red Tape MUB# 5.5

E"The Fucking Monkees" in which our hosts continue their never ending talk about the Beatles as well as the Rolling Stones, The Black Keys, Marvelettes, Bruce Willis' debut album The Return of Bruno, Metallica and much more! The Red Tape Podcast features audio edited out/extended from previous Music By Number episodes. Often never having appeared in the final Music by Number episode it originates and only available presented to you in the form of the long lost art of the mix tape. Every 5 weeks we will have a new massive mix to release in place of the usual Music by Number Monday episode and instead released on a Tuesday we call Red Tape Tuesday. We hope you enjoy! Join us next week as we return to MUB# to review Vampire Weekend with our very first Guest Host! Brought to you by www.SmkSignals.com In association with Movies By Number www.musicbynumber.com "We recommend you go out and buy as many albums as you can" Smk Signals 2017

116 MIN2017 JUN 6
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The Red Tape MUB# 5.5

005 - The Beatles "Revolver"

EWe Join our hosts as they change their mind, for good reason, and review number 3 on RollingStone Magazines Top 500 Albums of all time list: The Beatles “Revolver”, while they Just scratch the surface on little more Paul is Dead talk, compare the Beatles to the Rolling Stones and more! Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: 5 August 1966 Recorded: 6 April – 21 June 1966 Studio EMI Studios, London Genre Rock pop psychedelic rock Length 34:43 Label Parlophone Capitol Producer: George Martin The cover for Revolver was created by German-born bassist and artist Klaus Voormann, one of the Beatles' oldest friends from their time in Hamburg during the early 1960s. Voormann's artwork was part line drawing and part collage, using photographs taken over 1964–65 by Robert Freeman and others by Robert Whitaker. The following track listing is for the original UK release, whereas the US edi...

56 MIN2017 MAY 30
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005 - The Beatles "Revolver"

004 - Guns N Roses "Appetite for Destruction"

ETune in as Music By Number breaks down a hot topic among our hosts. RollingStone Top 500 Albums of All Time List #62 Guns N’ Roses 1987 debut album “Appetite For Destruction”. Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: July 21, 1987 Recorded: March–April 1987 Studio: Rumbo Studios, Canoga Park, CA; Take One Studio, Burbank, CA; The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA and Can Am Studio, Tarzana, CA Genre: Hard rock heavy metal Length: 53:51 Label: Geffen Producer: Mike Clink All tracks written by Guns N' Roses except where noted. Appetite for Destruction No. Title Length 1. "Welcome to the Jungle" 4:31 2. "It's So Easy" (writers: Guns N' Roses, West Arkeen) 3:21 3. "Nightrain" 4:26 4. "Out ta Get Me" 4:20 5. "Mr. Brownstone" 3:46 6. "Paradise City" 6:46 7. "My Michelle" 3:39 8. "Think About You" 3:50 9. "Sweet Child o' Mine" 5:55 10. "You're Crazy" 3:16 11. "Anything Goes" (writers: Gun...

51 MIN2017 MAY 23
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004 - Guns N Roses "Appetite for Destruction"

003 - The New York Dolls "New York Dolls"

EEpisode 3 of Music By Number (MUB#) has arrived! Join our hosts as they review number 215 on RollingStone Top 500 Albums of All Time List. The New York Dolls self titled album "New York Dolls". Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released: July 27, 1973 Recorded: April 1973 Studio: The Record Plant in New York Genre: Hard rock, proto-punk, glam rock, punk rock Length: 42:44 Label: Mercury Producer: Todd Rundgren Track listing Side one No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Personality Crisis" David Johansen, Johnny Thunders 3:41 2. "Looking for a Kiss" Johansen 3:19 3. "Vietnamese Baby" Johansen 3:38 4. "Lonely Planet Boy" Johansen 4:09 5. "Frankenstein (Orig.)" Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain 6:00 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Trash" Johansen, Sylvain 3:08 2. "Bad Girl" Johansen, Thunders 3:04 3. "Subway Train" Johansen, Thunders 4:21 4. "Pills" Bo Diddley 2:48 5. "Private World" Johansen,...

59 MIN2017 MAY 16
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003 - The New York Dolls "New York Dolls"

002 - Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath"

EEpisode 2 of Music By Number (MUB#) has arrived! Join our hosts as they journey to 1970 to review Black Sabbath's genre defining self titled album "Black Sabbath". Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Released 13 February 1970 Recorded 16 October 1969 Studio Regent Sound Studios, London, England Genre Heavy metal Length 38:12 Label Vertigo Producer Rodger Bain European edition Side one No. “Title” Length 1. "Black Sabbath" 6:20 2. "The Wizard" 4:24 3. "Behind the Wall of Sleep" 3:37 4. "N.I.B." 6:08 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Length 5. "Evil Woman" (Crow cover) Larry Weigand Dick Weigand David Wagner 3:25 6. "Sleeping Village" 3:46 7. "Warning" (The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation cover) Aynsley Dunbar Alex Dmochowski Victor Hickling John Moorshead 10:28 According to Black Sabbath guitarist and founder member Tony Iommi, the group's debut album was recorded in a single day on 16 October 1...

41 MIN2017 MAY 8
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002 - Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath"

001 - Elton John "Elton John Greatest Hits"

EJoin our Hosts in their first ever episode of Music By Number (MUB#) as they review the 1974 diamond certified "Elton John Greatest Hits"! Visit www.MusicByNumber.com for social networking links, Events, Host Bios, the Smk Signals Podcast Network and more. ABOUT THE ALBUM Album Title: Elton John Greatest Hits Released: 8 November 1974 Recorded: January 1970 – January 1974 Genre: Rock, pop, glam rock Length: 47:40 Label: DJM MCA Polydor Producer: Gus Dudgeon All music composed by Elton John, all lyrics written by Bernie Taupin. Side one No. - "Title" - Original Album (Year of Release) - Length 1. "Your Song" Elton John (1970) 4:00 2. "Daniel" Don't Shoot I'm Only the Piano Player (1973) 3:53 3. "Honky Cat" Honky Château (1972) 5:12 4. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" (1973) 3:14 5."Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" "" (1973) 4:55 Side two 6. "Rocket Man” Honky Château (1972) 4:40 7. "Bennie and the Jets" Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973)5:10 8. "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" Ca...

53 MIN2017 MAY 2
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001 - Elton John "Elton John Greatest Hits"
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