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An all things music podcast.

Heard This? Is an exploration of the bizarre, obscure and lesser known information about music and musicians.

Each week we take a look at a music related oddity, including: band histories, conspiracies, artist’s quirks, lyrical references, album facts and song meanings. Join us as we explore the deep cuts of the lives and work of some of the most iconic bands and loved artists.

08 Bonus: Studio 54

In this episode of Heard This? We share some of the wild, but very true, stories from 'the place to be' in New York in the late 70s - Studio 54. Studio 54 was a place where everyone who was anyone went and anything and everything went. Join us for a...

06 Song: Happy Sad Songs

In this episode of Heard This? we take a closer look at some popular songs which, on the surface, seem to be happy and upbeat but upon further exploration, actually have much darker meanings and inspirations. 
 
Music: Sly - Bryant Lowry (obtained...

05 Album: Behind the Rumours

In this episode of Heard This? We explore the band drama, relationships, affairs and break-ups which influenced the making of one of the most iconic albums - Rumours by Fleetwood Mac.    Music - Sly - Bryant Lowry (obtained from Podcastle)   ...

03 Song: Ridiculous Lyrics

In this episode of Heard This? we take you through our list of fifteen questionable lyrics from popular songs that left us both confused and intrigued.  (This is purely our opinion and we mean no offence. We apologise in advance to any of the world...

01 Conspiracy: Avril is Dead

Have you heard that Avril Lavigne, the original Sk8er Boi, died in 2003 and was replaced by a body double named Melissa? In this episode of Heard This? we explore the origins and 'evidence' behind the mindboggling Avril replacement conspiracy theory...

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Heard This? Is a weekly podcast where we explore some of the bizarre, obscure and lesser known information about music and musicians. Each week we will take a deep dive into a music related oddity, including: band histories, conspiracy theories...

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