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Classic Album Sundays Worldwide Podcast

We explore our Album of the Month with special guests and music on our monthly radio show.

Sonic Youth ‘Daydream Nation’ with Thurston Moore and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Sonic Youth took inspiration from the more extreme ends of guitar music and this is the breakthrough album that allowed them to leave their day jobs. Listen to the story and music.

Blondie ‘Parallel Lines’ with Kris Needs and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

As a seamless collection of iconic, sing-along songs, Blondie had achieved with 'Parallel Lines' what few pop-stars could hope to replicate across an entire career. Listen to the story and music.

Sade ‘Stronger Than Pride’ with Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Sade Adu's voice is indelibly linked with the 80's and with 'Stronger Than Pride', her band became one of the world’s most successful musical acts. Listen to the story and music.

Public Enemy ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions…’ with Normski and...

Public Enemy's reconfiguration of hip hop balanced immutable energy with confident idealism, forging a new path for hip hop’s nascent political power. Listen to the story and music.

LCD Soundsystem ‘Sound Of Silver’ with Al Doyle and Colleen ‘Cosmo’...

LCD Soundsystem made music for the moment, when the only things that mattered were the who, what, where and when of the situation at hand. Listen to the story and music.

The Wailers’ ‘Burnin’ with Don Letts and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

When The Wailers recorded this album they had their eyes on a far greater prize of international attention - far from simple and not without its sacrifices. Listen to the story and music.

Alice Coltrane ‘Journey In Satchidananda’ with Alina Bzhezhinska and Colleen ‘Cosmo’...

Alice Coltrane was often eclipsed by her husband John Coltrane but she was an amazing musician in her own right and her 1970 album is a wonderful introduction. Listen to the story and music.

Steely Dan ‘Aja’ with Dom Servini and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Steely Dan ‘Aja’ was released in 1977 and found itself strangely out of time and place with punk and disco yet still managed to become their greatest commercial effort. Listen to the story and music.

Nick Cave ‘The Boatman’s Call’ with Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Nick Cave's 1997 the album is an intimate tale which looks back at religious doubts, the end of a romantic affair and affectionate moments. Listen to the story and music.

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