The latest episode of this Onus Playhouse podcast highlights another Serene Dominic album, Speculation, released August 13, 2013. In Part 1, Serene and co-host Steve Asetta run down the first six songs of the Speculation album, a record Serene used to delight in telling people is a better album than Rumours, a view no one drawing breath has ever shared. But it is nay bad and its conceptual theme placing music front and center as the subject of every song has never been attempted, unless there's a Johnny Mann Singers album we haven't heard about. Serene and Steve kibitz about record clubs that expanded our record collections, the RCA Record Club and their poor quality "Dynaflex" vinyl and file sharing sites like Limewire and Frostwire that ultimately ruined the record industry. Find out what mislabeled record club edition of an album was a life changing moment for Serene or Steve and which one was just a major annoyance. And learn what happened the first time Serene sang into a live microphone.
Songs include "2791 (a new delivery system...)," "The Amnesia Record Club," "If U Didn't Want Me To Look @ It (U Shouldn't Have Shown It 2 Me)," "You Can Love a Song," "I Can't Sing Boston" and "Music (I Want to Thank You)."
Click here to stream the entire Speculation album
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Published: Jan. 10, 2021 @ 5AM Edit
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