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Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers- She’s the One/Angel Dream 25th anniversary

On the twenty-fifth anniversary of the"She's the One" original motion picture soundtrack by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers comes "Angel Dream", the film soundtrack recordings remixed and remastered, which are integrated here into the original North American radio broadcast classic rock interview, where the late Tom Petty explains unequivocally his reasons for doing them.

Bryan Adams- 18 ‘Til I Die 25th Anniversary

Bryan Adams joins me for the twenty-fifth anniversary of his seventh studio album, 18 'Til I Die  , a #1 seller in the UK and Top Five sales in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, and Switzerland. The international popularity was driven by hits "The Only Thing That Looks Good on You is Me", "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman", and the title song.
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Metallica- Load 25th Anniversary- James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett

Metallica "Load" did not budge from the top seller position for a full four consecutive weeks in June 1996 because of such tender love songs as "Ain't My Bitch","Bleeding Me","King Nothing", "The House  Jack Built", and "Until It Sleeps". Guitarist/singer James Hetfield and guitarist Kirk Hammett are surprisingly unguarded, conversational, and open about this dizzying rocket ride into superstardom.

David Bowie- White Light/ White Heat- New York City 1996

this ultra-rare live acoustic performance by David Bowie of the Velvets' "White Light/White Heat" in New York City 1996

Alex Lifeson- Victor 25th Anniversary

The early 1996 solo project release "Victor"  by Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson was a highly personal rock Rorschach test for the gestalt guitarist, primal scream therapy with a beat. Alex Lifeson lies down on the couch here In the Studio on the album's twenty-fifth anniversary.. 

Toadies New Years Eve 25th Anniversary- Dallas Bomb Factory 12-31-95

The hottest New Years Eve ticket in Texas twenty-five years ago was  The Toadies live at Dallas' Bomb Factory. The Ft. Worth band's "Rubberneck"  album had just been certified gold on its way to a million in sales, and even though the Bomb Factory held thousands, the concert sold out in advance, so my radio station Q102 broadcast the Toadies live.