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In the Lap of the Pods is a podcast which casts an honest and critical ear over the work of the band Queen. The team comprises three Glaswegians Paul Moody, David Moody and Joe McGlynn who are passionate about Queen and feel that this wonderful band's music should be discussed more. We give praise to the the four geniuses that are John, Roger, Brian and Freddie but we also stick the boot in when it is required; they don't get any free passes! We hope that you get something out of listening t ...
 
Pooch and Rabold have over 50 years of experience between them as Front of House live sound engineers. They work for artists like Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, Kenny Chesney, Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Linkin Park, Motley Crue, Guns N Roses, Widespread Panic, and many others. They have traveled the earth looking for the best steakhouses in all but a handful of countries. Rabold and Pooch share all of their knowledge in this very informal series of videos where you get to be a "fly ...
 
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It is finally time for the big reveal! Thank you all for sending in your setlists! We had a great time going through them. We decided that, rather than wait until after the live pod drops, we’ll do a quick episode entirely devoted to the setlists. We have a lot on our minds this week leading up to the big night (which is tonight!). So if anyone’s s…
 
We discuss Roger's 2021 tour supporting his Outsider album with the help of the listeners. Roger's first tour for over 20 years and now at 72 years old, can he still enrage the folks on the lower floor? || Support us via Paypal at paypal.me/lappods || || Get more at lappods.co.uk || || Talk to us on Twitter @LapPods || Thanks for listening and plea…
 
We discuss Manic Street Preachers' third album The Holy Bible. This is the last album to feature Richey Edwards who went missing not long after its release. The album explores harrowing subjects such as the holocaust, anorexia and murder and is widely considered to be the band's creative high point. The album was released in 1994 which overall was …
 
We take a fresh look at Jazz. Some of us weren't too happy with the thoughts expressed on the original podcast, so we take a fresh and less trigger-happy look at the most divisive Queen album of the 1970s. || Support us via Paypal at paypal.me/lappods || || Get more at lappods.co.uk || || Talk to us on Twitter @LapPods || Thanks for listening and p…
 
Welcome to our first annual Halloween special, with guest Fearghal Traynor!We discuss metal in horror, horror games, and pretty much just all things horror in general. Mild spoilers for Halloween (2018). This is a Maiden light episode, to say the least. It’s just a bit of Halloween fun. If that sounds like your jam, great! If not, no hard feelings.…
 
Joined by Charlotta and Fearghal, we take on the first of the three Harris penned closing epics on Senjutsu: Death of The Celts.For the rest of October, we are doing a setlist competition! Make your own fantasy setlist and send it to maidenazpod@gmail.com to join. The only rule is that it should be around 100 minutes in length. We’ll read our top t…
 
We are joined by Anton Bryvall this week, as we deep dive into two tracks from Fear of the Dark. In the episode, we pose the question: what other tv shows or movies do you think Maiden could tackle in a song?For the rest of October, we are doing a setlist competition! Make your own fantasy setlist and send it to maidenazpod@gmail.com to join. The o…
 
In 1984 and 1985, Queen toured every major continent in the world apart from North America as they were still in a huff about how they were treated in the US after Hot Space. The band hadn't played live since 1982. They re-assembled after some time apart and solo ventures to write and record The Works album and then headed out on tour. The tour was…
 
We return to Pink Floyd in this NOT episode, discussing The Wall, The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell. Roger Waters tried to disband Pink Floyd in 1985 but after legal proceedings Pink Floyd were allowed to continue without him. This episode is split evenly with two Waters-led Floyd albums and two Gilmour-led Floyd albu…
 
We get back to business this week, tackling another Senjutsu track: Days Of Futures Past.For this one, we have a listener favorite back: our brother from down under, Ben Webster! For the rest of October, we are doing a setlist competition! Make your own fantasy setlist and send it to maidenazpod@gmail.com to join. The only rule is that it should be…
 
There was a plan to tackle the new epic tune Death of The Celts. Alas, the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry. Jonatan got the date wrong. Seeing as I had Charlotta and Fearghal in the house and ready to go, we decided to record a little something. We talk about Maiden doing a Bond theme, shouty vocals, celebrity net worth, me not gettin…
 
We discuss Roger's sixth solo album, released on 1st October 2021. In Roger's own words: "It's slightly nostalgic and wistful, and quite adult, a bit more grown-up than my last couple of albums.” We gave the album a first listen on release day and recorded our initial thoughts, then coming back days later and more listens later, we recorded our sub…
 
We are joined by Dan Mortimer to discuss the behemoth of an epic from 2006: For the Greater Good of God. This episode also features a very special guest: Barney Mortimer the parrot! For the whole of September and October, we are doing a setlist competition. Make up your fantasy setlist and send it to maidenazpod@gmail.com. The only rule is that it …
 
In this episode we discuss Queen B Sides that span 1972 - 1991. There are only 10 true/unique B Sides to speak of. From See What a Fool I've Been and coming full circle with Mad the Swine, we discuss each one in turn and ask the question if they should be on the associated album. | Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate via Paypal at pa…
 
In this NOT In the Lap of the Pods episode Joe invites Paul and David to get beyond the masks and listen to Slipknot properly. We discuss their third album, their most eclectic to that point, Vol 3: (The Subliminal Verses). RIP Joey Jordison | Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate via Paypal at paypal.me/lappods | Please subscribe and …
 
In this second part, we discuss the Queen+ performances featuring Roger Daltrey, Robert Plant, David Bowie and Elton John to name but a few. How did they all do? We wade in... | Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate via Paypal at paypal.me/lappods | Please subscribe and thanks for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
We are joined by Erik and Jonatan from the Maiden A-Z podcast to discuss Iron Maiden's first four albums: Iron Maiden, Killers, The Number of the Beast and Piece of Mind. | Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods and @maidenazpod | | Donate via Paypal paypal.me/lappods | Please subscribe and thank you for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
This week, we are tackling a big and important song. A song that will live on and on. We are, of course, referring to The Evil That Men Do. This is likely on many of your top 10 lists.Spoiler alert: it’s on ours as well. In order to give this song it’s proper due, we needed to call in reinforcements! Thankfully, our man in Buffalo, Greg DiPasquale,…
 
After a short breather, we are back at it! This week's agenda is El Dorado and Maiden’s longest song, Empire of the Clouds. Erik Arkö was going to join us for this one to help champion Empire, but had to bow out. Although he did send some notes! After all the Senjutsu build-up, it’s nice to get back to doing what we do! It’s been far too long.…
 
We talk about the first half of The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for Aids Awareness which featured some of the biggest Rock acts in the world including Metallica and Guns N' Roses. We hear from the listeners who have left their memories from either being at the concert or watching on TV. We also speak to journalist and writer David Geldard. || J…
 
A special episode recorded in two parts. First part is before the announcement and the second directly afterwards. There is a lot to unpack here. We barely scratch the surface of the song itself. We’ll deep dive into it more when the time comes. “W” is a long way off. I’m sure there will be more news very soon. So you might be getting another bonus…
 
In this NOT episode we discuss Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors by Fish. This is Fish's first solo album after leaving Marillion in 1988 and was released in 1990. A few different styles of music on show with a huge cast of musicians on show to help Fish make his big statement. A big shout-out to bass player John Giblin who we don't mention by name …
 
We discuss the second album from The Cross: Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know. This is a shift from the sound of Shove It and a move to a Heavy Rock sound with the whole band contributing writing thr album. How does this 1990 album hold up? We will take you away from the bandaloop as we wade in... Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate via…
 
As you have undoubtedly seen on various social media platforms, something is up behind the scenes at Maiden HQ.We have a full boat on this episode as we attempt to figure out what all the clues mean. Ben Webster and Erik Arkö are back. We also have a first time guest with a very metal sounding name:Fearghal Traynor!I’m sure we’ll be seeing more of …
 
It’s almost Midsummer here in Sweden and what better way to celebrate than hanging out with us?On this week's episode we discuss Maiden's special relationship to the Nordic countries. Henrik is back and we are also joined by Joel Brink from Maidenpodden. It’s fair to say that without Maidenpodden, there would be no Maiden A-Z. If you speak Swedish,…
 
In this NOT In the Lap of the Pods episode we talk about one Paul's favourite bands, The Beatles and their 1966 album Revolver. David and Joe are very much casual fans of the band so Paul is educated them but ultimately do they like the music? Find out and join the discussion! Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate on Paypal at paypal.m…
 
In this episode we discuss Queen cover versions from the likes of Metallica, Macy Gray, Los Lobos, Nine Inch Nails, Karen O, Neko Case, Between the Buried and Me and a few others. Some are great and some not so great! Join the discussion on Twitter @LapPods | | Donate via Paypal paypal.me/lappods Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
In this NOT In the Lap of the Pods episode we talk about Nine Inch Nails' seminal album The Downward Spiral. The album itself can be a harrowing listen but for us it is an enjoyable listen. We discuss each track in turn and give out thoughts on what we think is happening and the instrumentation used to get the story across. Join the discussion on T…
 
Freddie collaborates with one of his favourite singers, Montserrat Caballe. The result is the Barcelona album which was largely assembled by Mike Moran with Freddie. We discuss the 2012 re-issue which saw the Prague FILMharmonic Orchestra record live instruments for all the parts on the album, where previously it was synthetic. Not opera fans ourse…
 
Rock and roll, yeah? Yes, rock and roll, yeah! Henrik is back in the house for this somewhat unlikely pairing of songs!First up, we have the song Drifter. Perhaps the Maiden song with the most different live arrangements. Second up, the so far never-played-live The Duelists. We also discuss Disney on Ice. One in our merry band of podcasters is reve…
 
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