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62 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Episode 326 - September 24th 1991: The biggest day in music?
30 years ago today, September 24th 1991, is said to be the biggest day in music when it came to new music releases. Nirvana, A Tribe Called Quest, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers dropped albums that would not only mark their legacies, but would change and influence years of music to come. Join us this week as we discuss these albums and the very many great albums of 1991 turning 30 this year.
57 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Episode 325 - Is This It 20th Anniversary / Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage discussion
We almost missed an important anniversary this past summer, but because of a technicality, it's still relevant. This week we take the time to discuss the Strokes' debut album Is This It, and how it fuelled a rock revival that dominated the 2000s. We also discuss the HBO Max documentary Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage; a cultural analysis on a music festival gone terribly wrong.
84 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Episode 324 - Album Review: Drake - Certified Lover Boy / The Blueprint: 20th Anniversary
Drake's sixth studio album, Certified Lover Boy, released on September 3rd. After a week of tedious listening, we bring you our review of the Toronto rapper's latest effort. We also spend the latter portion of this chat revisiting Jay-Z's 20 year-old, magnum opus; the Blueprint, while discussing it's impact at the time, and it's still a masterpiece after all these years.
61 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Episode 323 - Where have we been? / Album Review: Kanye West - Donda
We needed a break is all. But we're back. Again. This week we ease back into it and chat about some big news we missed while away. Though some is old news, Donda certainly isn't. Be sure to stick around for our thoughts on Kanye's latest work. It's feels good to be back.
85 minutes | May 21, 2021
Episode 322 - Album Review: J. Cole - The Off-Season
Last week, J. Cole dropped his sixth studio album the Off-Season. The album came under short notice following the release of a new track titled "Interlude". Being the first ever All-Time review episode, we invited a special friend Gi, the man in charge of making us look so sharp in our merch shots. Give him a follow @unframed.photographer and join us as we break down and evaluate the entirety of the Off-Season.
52 minutes | May 6, 2021
Episode 321 - Back At It
It's been a while but we're back to cover as much of what we missed. Join us as we cover as variety of topics from recent music releases, upcoming releases and the passing of DMX and Black Rob.
82 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Episode 320 - Flygod turns 5
Five years ago Westside Gunn revived the underground hip hop sound by dropping one of the most important hip hop albums of the 2010s. Our dear friend Milenko sat in with us this week, to celebrate the anniversary of Flygod. Join us for a track-by-track breakdown and discussion on the sound and impact of this very important underground album.
83 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Episode 319 - Collectors of the World Unite
This episode is for the music collectors out there. The people who do it the real way... or those who can't get their head around why we still do this. Listen and learn a thing or two. For a second time in All-Time history, we invited our friend Gap Boo who we met through music collecting. Hear us as we revisit our many years of buying music and discuss why we still do it.
54 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
Episode 318 - Daft Punk Call It Quits
...amongst other news in a rather slow year for music headlines. Bobby Shmurda is finally free and Toro y Moi's Underneath the Pine turns 10. Join us as we discuss these topics and more this week.
91 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Episode 317 - J Dilla 15
J Dilla passed away on February 10th of 2006. Only three days prior, he let the world hear an album he created from a hospital room; Donuts. It went on to immortalize him as one of the greatest and most influential beat makers in all of music. Although Donuts in particular has reached cult-status, the rest of Dilla's catalog remains to be discovered by many. Over the years collaborators and those influenced by Dilla like ?uestlove of the Roots and producer Madlib, advocate and promote his music with hopes that it continues reach new heights. To celebrate the 15 year anniversary of this historic week in music, hear us discuss everything from Dilla's beginnings with Slum Village, his production for artists like A Tribe Called Quest and Common, and the many solo and collaborative projects of his that even continue to be released posthumously. This is our tribute episode to J Dilla.
41 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Episode 316 - Mic Check 1, 2
We're testing long distance recording in order to continue putting out episodes throughout this pandemic. There's no agenda or theme to this episode, nor is there anything new to discuss in the music world. Just enjoy our chat as we catch up, and please, excuse the audio quality on this one.
65 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Episode 315 - DOOMSDAY SPECIAL: FAREWELL SUPERVILLAIN
WITH JUST HOURS TO GO IN THE YEAR THAT WAS 2020, THE WORLD WAS INFORMED THAT DANIEL DUMILE, THE MAN BEHIND THE MOST ICONIC MASK IN MUSIC, HAD PRIVATELY PASSED AWAY ON OCTOBER 31ST 2020. HIS LEGACY WILL FOREVER LIVE ON THROUGH HIS MANY SUPERVILLAIN MONIKERS AND CONTINUE TO INSPIRE AND CHALLENGE THE WAY MUSIC IS CREATED AND RELEASED INTO THE WORLD. THIS IS OUR TRIBUTE EPISODE TO MF DOOM, METAL FINGERS, VIKTOR VAUGHN, KING GEEDORAH, ZEV LOVE X, DANIEL DUMILE.
59 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
Episode 314 - More Year In Review
To wrap the year up we extend our year in review with a less formal episode. Hear us review late year releases by The Avalanches and Kid Cudi, and recap our year making All-Time episodes. We also offer a sneak peek on what’s to come for the All-Time Podcast in 2021. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday period, and a happy new year!
135 minutes | Dec 11, 2020
Episode 313 - 2020 Year In Review
The one thing 2020 got right was the music. Join us as we talk about the albums that surprised us the most, some underrated gems you may have missed, and each of our top 10 albums of 2020. Be sure to check out all the All-Time Podcast’s Best Hip Hop Of 2020 and the All-Time Podcast’s Best Of Everything Else 2020 Playlists available on Spotify.
104 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Episode 312 - Happy Birthday Jay-Z
Although some time is spent discussing year-end lists put out by some of the biggest music press, we dedicate most of this week's episode to one of the greatest. Hear us chat about Jay-Z's catalog and what we consider to be his best work. Be sure to start submitting your personal year-end lists to us, next week's episode is our year-end review covering all the best new music in 2020.
93 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
Episode 311 - How about those Grammy nominees?
Most of our time this week is spent discussing the Grammys' continuous struggle to recognize and reward the year's best music. It should come as no surprise that this year's nominee list is inconsistent and omits many artists deserving of recognition for their latest work. We break down the good, the bad and the snubs from the 2021 Grammy nominees list. In addition to that, hear us take questions from listeners and discuss some recent releases as usual.
108 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Episode 310 - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy: 10th Anniversary
10 years ago Kanye West dropped his magnum opus; My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. It was met with critical praise and was instantly deemed a classic. It changed the way mainstream music lovers listened to music, but more importantly, it changed the way chart topping artists released records. The album continues to hold its own against the work that it inspired throughout the 2010s. It has undeniably aged graciously and earned its status as one of the greatest albums ever made. Here is our tribute to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
90 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
Episode 309 - All-Time Podcast Pt.2
Like most things music, we don’t need a sequel either. This week we discuss when it’s appropriate and what works best when artists offer sequels to their best received work. We also get into how reviews can play a part in swaying the success of an album and what we look for in reviews from music press.
113 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Episode 308 - OutKast: Dissected
Here at the All-Time Podcast, we are firm believers that OutKast are both the greatest and most influential hip hop group of all-time. We've been quite vocal about that, having included them more than any other artist on our Greatest Hip Hop Albums of All-Time list in 2019. Given their masterpiece Stankonia turns 20 this week, we celebrate their entire catalog with another dissected episode. Join us as we discuss, evaluate and rank all their studio albums, and share our experience seeing them live on the OutKast 20 tour in 2014.
102 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Episode 307 - Radiohead: Dissected
Radiohead's Kid A turns 20 today. It's an album that needs no introduction and its influence on all music that followed is well documented. To celebrate, we spend the entire episode revisiting and discussing the Radiohead catalog in full. Hear us share which of their albums mean most to us. We also come with bad news. An increase in COVID-19 cases in the Montreal region forces us to put a pause on new All-Time episodes for a short period of time. We will be back in late October to pick up where we left off. In the meantime, stay safe and do your part in these difficult times.
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