Here at Podcast 99, we appreciate all the emails and feedback that we get. In this episode, we share some of our favorite fan submitted Survivor Stories. Another fan found some really great deep cut amateur footage of Limp Bizkit, Korn and Sevendust. Plus we roundup a truly strange batch of emerging artists.
In this episode we focus on the West Stage for two of the most forgettable sets from Woodstock 99 as well as one of the absolute best sets. Get ready for the whirlpool, you are not worthy.
How is it possible that one band could be the most and least ’69 vibes band at the same time? How is it possible that on one stage you had one of the most violent mosh pits of Woodstock ’99 while on the other you had the most peaceful audience of Woodstock ’99? In this episode, we will tell you how, because we’re talking about Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum and Rage Against the Machine!
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This week we have another Survivor Story! First, we discuss the Spin coverage, and then we interview Mike Schreiber who shot photos for Spin Magazine’s Woodstock 99 article. He regales us with tales of Lit, Everlast, Korn, and some unsavory Rome, NY locals. NOT TO BE MISSED, but be warned, it gets pretty rough!
This might be one of the mellowest episodes yet, Los Lobos gets verbally assaulted by a clueless VJ and Alanis Morissette plays a perfect set, which honestly gives the Culture Dumps team really nothing to talk about, but don’t worry, we found a way to bring Guster back into the conversation.
“You can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been.” In this very groovy installment of Podcast 99 we dive deep into the history of the Woodstock festival from the original 1969 festival all the way through Woodstock 94. Come with us as we explore the birth of a monster and remember, don’t take the brown acid… or do.