SNFGet your boogie shoes on (or crank up those power chords if that’s your thing) because the Popblerd crew has devoted an hour to talking about the Seventies!

Check our our list of the 100 Best Albums of the Seventies

In this episode of Blerd Radio (featuring Big Money MikeZackMike D, and special guest Jay Kumar from Competely Conspicuous,) you will hear about:

-The fact that only one of the co-hosts actually lived through the decade in question, and another of our co-hosts wasn’t even born until 3/4 of the way into the following decade.

-What the podcast contributors are drinking (hint: we’re all pretty boring)

-Why Zack hates Chicago (and Kansas…and..Asia?)

-Why EVERYONE (except Big Money) hates The Eagles. Oh, excuse me–EAGLES.

-The term “fat sweaty guy angst” is coined to discuss rock star Meat Loaf.

-Koomdogg’s introduction to the world of music…via the Village People.

-The Ringo Starr Record Store Day release (no, really.)

-Our enduring and undying love for Stevie Wonder

-A lovely VMA moment featuring Stevie getting stranded on stage by Will Smith, Kool Moe Dee, and most of Dru Hill.

-“The Beatles Pass.”

-Will today’s pop stars create masterpieces that Michael and Stevie created while barely out of their teens?

-We invoke our temporarily sidelined co-host Michael Parr in a variety of discussions. It’s almost like he’s there! Well, kind of? Hmmm…not really.

We also discuss in detail each of the albums that made the top 10 on our list. I attempted to mix in a portion of a song from each album into the podcast, but that pursuit quickly became futile. So, sorry everyone. I feel like a failure.

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