Retro Rage

April & Robert talk about Christmas songs. The bad, the worse, and the ones that are really just about snow.

Retro Rage
00:00:00 12/20/2017

Past Episodes

April & Robert talk about Robert's 30-year record collection and how vinyl records are back in stores and even outselling CD's.
00:00:00 11/1/2018
April talks to Mark Farley, head of the STL Paranormal Research Society, about the Seven Gates of Hell. Wandering spirits, howling dogs, crime scene mayhem.... it's all here and more!
00:00:00 10/9/2018
April talks with Fred LeBlanc from Cowboy Mouth about college radio, music, and their upcoming show this weekend at the Old Rock House in St. Louis!
00:00:00 8/19/2018
Snow days, swats, challenges, slam books, common core. How much has school changed since the 80's and 90's? We talked to kids to find out.
00:00:00 5/15/2018
April & Robert remember the pros and cons of listening to music on records, 8-tracks, cassettes, and cd's. Tiny artwork, K-Tel, skips and cracks, mixtapes, and early cd lies "they don't break..." It's all here on this week's Retro Rage!
00:00:00 4/12/2018
April & Robert talk about how Valentine's Day has changed and bad Valentine's gifts in a short podcast.
00:00:00 2/13/2018
Teens eating Tide Pods in a challenge? But, we've been doing dumb things for years, haven't we?
00:00:00 1/17/2018
Remember the Sears Wishbook? Columbia House? Grit Magazine? Spy glasses? April & Robert from 106-5 The Arch take you back to the days of mail order 80's.
00:00:00 11/2/2017
It's one of April's favorite holidays, but not Robert's. Find out why and hear all the adventures of the day before, day of, and day after Thanksgiving.
00:00:00 11/1/2017
More than Freddie and Jason. April & Robert exhume favorite TV horror movies, bad knock-offs, killer animals, Italian giallo, classic monsters, and a possessed Punky Brewster!
00:00:00 10/26/2017

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