Album Oriented 93: The Zombies and N.W.A.

British pop-psychedelia underrated masterpiece meets West Coast gangsta rap pioneer manifesto in Episode #93. Erich presents our second “Mojo Swap” and tells us the story behind The Zombies’ 1968 release Odessey and Oracle. Of course the most popular track isn’t his favorite. About to witness the strength of street knowledge, Daniel presents Entertainment Weekly’s #93, N.W.A.’s 1988 Straight Outta Compton. Erich’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick will be just what you need.

British pop-psychedelia underrated masterpiece meets West Coast gangsta rap pioneer manifesto in Episode #93. Erich presents our second “Mojo Swap” and tells us the story behind The Zombies’ 1968 release Odessey and Oracle. Of course the most popular track isn’t his favorite. About to witness the strength of street knowledge, Daniel presents Entertainment Weekly‘s #93, N.W.A.’s 1988 Straight Outta Compton. Erich’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick will be just what you need.

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Author: Daniel Nester

Daniel Nester latest book is the poetry collection Harsh Realm: My 1990s, due out in 2022. His previous books include Shader, a memoir; How to Be Inappropriate, a collection of humorous nonfiction; and The Incredible Sestina Anthology, which he edited. His first two books, God Save My Queen: A Tribute and God Save My Queen II: The Show Must Go On, are collections on his obsession with the rock band Queen. He edits Pine Hills Review, the literary journal of The College of Saint Rose, in Albany, NY, where is also a professor of English.

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