We've done it! Super True Stories has made it an entire year, so of course we're celebrating by revisiting childhood trauma.
We're going back 30 years to pre-teen Dave and the brothers who scarred him. No, not the Doobie brothers. The people who scarred him were obsessed with Satan. No, not Black Sabbath. These are the guys who TOLD Dave about Black Sabbath (and Ozzy Osborne, and AC/DC, and...the GoGos?)
We're playing "Duck, Duck, Gray Duck" with Dan, Steve, and (Redacted) Peters, those crazy Minnesotans who inspired youth to burn millions of dollars of rock albums in what Ted Koppel rightfully noted kinda seems like something the Nazis would do. But don't blame these brothers, blame those good Christian kids who just hate the devil and want to see vinyl burn.
Along the way, we'll dodge the ghost of John Denver, reflect on church library theft, and discuss what we'd put in a printed Super True Stories Newsletter, which can be yours for a monthly love gift of just $15.
We're suffering through and reporting back on The Truth About Rock, available to stream for free on YouTube.
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Theme music: "Mexicana Massacre" by Tomb Dragomir off his Instrumental Psycho Synth Album