Remember the 90’s? We do. So we stuffed episode 97 with lots of heavy rock from 1990 and forward. Suicidal Tendencies, Pantera, Ministry, Sepultura, Peace Love & Pitbulls, Carcass, At The Gates, Napalm Death, Fight and Guns ‘n’ Roses. So bring out your flanell shirt and trim that goatee, bring out the beer and tune in to the heavy!
What album do you consider to be the most important recorded work in your music library? Has terrestrial radio got you down? How can you be part of the solution? Twist that dial over to KTFT for Episode 49 of Monuments in Ruin as explore variations on heaviness, discuss the positive aspects of music history, tap on the door of corporate media, buckle up for a discussion on modern am/fm programming and honor those who are always on the go!
Which records do you turn to in your darkest moments? Which albums bring a smile to your face? Music can carry emotions that are not easily described or forgotten. They can connect us to memories, give us hope and even holds the ability to enlighten our lives. Join your host tonight as he cranks up the volume with some of the albums that shaped, comforted and gave strength to so many people from the moment they arrived on the scene.