Arguably no music group had a bigger 18 month run than Frankie Goes to Hollywood in 1984 – no one. They dominated both music, the news and pop culture – the world was their oyster, and in just two years, they were gone. Join Q and Tim as they dive into the iconic 80s hit, “Relax” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Would it be a hit if released in today’s music landscape, despite the overt sexual innuendo and being banned by the BBC before it was even released? This hit, produced by the hottest producer of the moment, Trevor Horn, conquered 1984 and skyrocketed an obscure group of lads from Liverpool to global sensations. From analyzing the lyrics and production to examining the cultural context of the time, this episode provides a thought-provoking discussion on the enduring appeal of this classic and controversial song, which spawned a fashion craze with T-Shirts and defined the 80’s musical landscape. This video is a must-watch for music enthusiasts.

Jun 23, 2024

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Tasting History with Max Miller

Tasting History with Max Miller

We have an exciting episode for you today: Max Miller the host of the INSANELY popular "Tasting History" on YouTube AND newly crowned celebrity cookbook king with the runaway best-seller, "Tasting History" cookbook. Q and Max discuss where their mutual love of history...

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