Tall Tales in Music Mythology

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American ‘Pac/A New Definition of “Acidic” Coffee

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Did Don McLean directly influence the history of rap? And did the Grateful Dead accidentally give LSD to Hugh Hefner?

Diana’s Drag Queen Theme/Chip Away the Stone(d)

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Randy talks about Nile Rodgers' inspiration for Diana Ross' hit "I'm Coming Out", and Jon tells the story of the time Aerosmith bailed out a few dozen fans.

When You’re Rich, You’re “Eccentric”/MORE POWER!

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Was Chuck Berry really as eccentric as stories claim? Was Dick Dale directly involved in creating high wattage guitar amps?

Bad Moon Drummin’/A 9-11 Conspiracy That’s Actually True

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Randy looks into some of the more epic stories of Keith Moon, while Jon talks about albums that were delayed or altered due to the events of 9/11.

Chapman in the Rye/No More Mr. Haskell

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Was there a connection between the assassination of John Lennon and the attempt on Ronald Reagan? Did Alice Cooper play Eddie Haskell on Leave It To Beaver?

Free-Fraudin’/Some Guys Have All the Suck

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How did Tom Petty save a wedding? And did Rod Stewart have to have seamen semen pumped from his stomach?

The Mob Goes Wylde/Did You Know Keith Richards Did Drugs?

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Randy talks about Zakk Wylde and his drinking, and Jon talks about Keith Richards and his drugging.

The Fake Slim Shady/A Flight and a Crash

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Randy asks whether Eminem died and was replaced, and Jon looks at who was supposed to be on the helicopter that killed Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Texas Is the Reason (For This Episode)

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Randy tells the stories of numerous artists from the Lone Star State.

Sick Gaines, Bro/A Death in the Fab Four

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Randy wonders why Garth Brooks ever thought the Chris Gaines persona was a good idea, and Jon looks into whether a lookalike replace Paul McCartney.