Digital Men Throwback: 2112 and 2112 40th Anniversary Re-Issue

May 21, 2018

Due to scheduling conflicts, we were unable to record a new episode last week. However, due to the limited edition Blue Vinyl release, we are re-releasing both of our 2112 episodes from times past as one long supershow. If you've never heard these episodes, please enjoy and remeber that our entire back catalogue is available for free on Podbean and iTunes. 

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The Rock Rant 36: Triumph and Torment

May 14, 2018

The Digital Men tackle Disturbed's 2008 album "Indestructible." Warning: today's episode contains discussions of some rather uncomfortable topics including suicide. 

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The Rock Rant 35: Dr. Feel-Bad

May 7, 2018

The Digital Men begin a trillogy on heavy metal band Disturbed by talking about their debut album "The Sickness." 

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The Rock Rant 34: A Special Little Album

April 23, 2018

The Digital Men tackle The Mars Volta's somewhat divisive 2006 album "Aputechture"  

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The Rock Rant 33: Family Matters

April 15, 2018

The Digital Men continue their look at The Mars Volta and discuss their 2005 concept album "Frances the Mute." 

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The Rock Rant Ep. 32: Um…What?

April 8, 2018

The Digital Men dive into a new trillogy discussing modern prog band The Mars Volta and their 2003 debut album "De-Loused in the Comatorium"

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The Rock Rant Ep. 31: Much Too Young To Feel This Damn Old

April 2, 2018

The Digital Men take on Marillion's 2004 album "Marbles" and discuss its themes of aging. 

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The Rock Rant Ep. 30: Another Heavy Conceptual Piece

March 26, 2018

The Digital Men take a look at Marillion's 1994 album "Brave." 

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The Rock Rant Ep. 29: That’s F—ed Up Ft. Gerry McDermott

March 19, 2018

The Digital Men enlist the help of long-time listener Gerry McDermott to begin a trilogy on English cult band Marillion with their 1984 album "Fugazi"

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WGC Ep. 5: The Man Who Sold The World

March 12, 2018

Ryan and Brent tackle the versions performed by David Bowie, Lulu, Midge Ure, and Simple Minds.

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