Episodes

November 26, 2021

Alt-A-Palooza! Smashing Tunes From '93

Alt-A-Palooza! Smashing Tunes From '93

November 19, 2021

Dynomite! The Top TV Themes of the 70s

Dynomite! The Top TV Themes of the 70s

1970S Special Episodes

November 12, 2021

1976 Music: Chaos and Kookiness

1976 Music: Chaos and Kookiness

1970S

October 29, 2021

'89 Music: Back to the Shack

MIlt and Dave travel back to 1989: It's love in a shack! It's sowing seeds of love! It's love in an elevator!

1980S

October 22, 2021

Shame! Songs We Are Embarrassed To Love

Milt and Dave admit way more than they should as they each reveal their List of Shame, the songs they secretly love. Never before have they revealed these ultra-guilty pleasures. Until now.

Special Episodes

October 15, 2021

What The Funk! The Music of 1973

Milt and Dave are very happy, a little giddy and definitely funky as we bring you back to the tunes of 1973.

1970S

October 08, 2021

The Top 10 'Yeah's of All Time

What's your favorite musical "YEAH" of all time? Milt and Dave count down the top 10. Oh yeah. Hell yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. Check out more musical nonsense at www.timemachinepod.com Get the 80s MUSIC MANTRA t-shirt at https://www.teepublic.com/user/pod617

Special Episodes

October 01, 2021

Dragging Our Pod Around: 1981

Hold on Tight! Milt and Dave speed back to 1981 to consider the kitsch of Foreigner, the curse of Christopher Cross and a harebrained tune by Eddie Rabbit.

1980S

September 24, 2021

The Best Bond Themes

MIlt and Dave consider the 10 highest charting James Bond themes of all time.

Special Episodes

September 16, 2021

1968: Born To Be Milt

Milt was born in 1968, and so was Dave. Your dutiful time-travelers visit the charts on the week just after Milt arrived and just before Dave made his appearance. Was he Born to be the Chartmeister? Why was there a hit song about a PTA? Will Hey Jude ever end? The answers are all here.

1960S

September 02, 2021

'84 Tunes: Glasses, Ghosts and Going Crazy

So what's your favorite song about self-gratification? Somehow this and many other oddities are uncovered in the podcast that takes Milt and Dave back to 1984 when Patti got trigger-happy; Prince got crazy and Cyndi well, ... just got off.

1980S

August 20, 2021

1969 Tunes: The Ballad of Milt and David

1969 Tunes: The Ballad of Milt and David

1960S

August 07, 2021

Da Doo Pod Pod: 1977

Babs! Barry! And the parrotheads are in the house! Michael and Dave boogie back to 1977 with special guest Michael Herman.

1970S

July 23, 2021

2009 Tunes: Please Peas Me

2009 Tunes: Please Peas Me

2000S

July 09, 2021

'83 Tunes... What a Feeling

'83 Tunes... What a Feeling

1980S

July 02, 2021

GINO TIME! The Real Gino Vanelli

GINO TIME! The Real Gino Vanelli

Special Episodes

June 17, 2021

1978? Tell Me About It, Stud ...

1978? Tell Me About It, Stud ...

1970S

June 03, 2021

MMMPod! Revisiting 1997 in Music

Milt and Dave are joined by token '90s queen Dora to discuss Biggie, the brothers Hanson and a whole lotta sexy slow jams.

1990S

May 20, 2021

The Pod's On 45! Taking '81 on the Run

A raucous and rhythmic trip back to 1981: Being with Smoky; Watching Wheels with John; and WHAT THE HELL WAS THE STARS ON 45? Milt and Dave are joined by special guest J.P. Plunkett.

1980S

May 07, 2021

Tons of Fun in '71

Milt and Dave are joined by Start Me Up lead singer Marc Lichtenfeld to salute the tunes of 1971.

1970S

April 21, 2021

The 50th Episode Spectacular

Milt and Dave look back on 50 great countdown episodes by considering the rock charts on this day in 1983. Featuring guest Pete Ronayne and messages from a host of Time Machiners.

1980S Special Episodes

April 07, 2021

1977: Check Out This Pod, But You Can Never Leave

Dave and Milt soar back to 1977 to explore an Eagles opus; a Swedish delight and, would you believe a Hall & Oates hotline!

1970S

March 24, 2021

When It Was '64: The Fab Confab

WHAT? Did the Beatles really hold every one of the top 5 spots on the Billboard charts? Yeah, yeah, YEAH. 'Get Back to the Beatles' hosts Cha-Chi Loprete and David Gallant join the show to break down this historic week in music.

1960S