1983 - February: Berlin “Pleasure Victim”

Wayne riffs on a Berlin's second studio album, “Pleasure Victim” recorded in February of 1983 (Pleasure Victim / Sex (I'm A...) / Masquerade / The Metro). ENTERTAINMENT TRACK: “Ain't Nobody's Business” by B.B. King (from the motion picture “The King of Comedy” STAFF PICKS: “Dirty Laundry” by Don Henley — Brian. “Der Kommisar” by After the Fire — Rob. “What About Me” by Moving Pictures — Bruce. “Forever Now" by The Psychedelic Furs — Wayne. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK: “(Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth” by Metallica. **(NOTE: What the Riff?!? does not own the rights to any of these songs and we neither sell, nor profit from them. We share them so you can learn about them and purchase them for your own collections.)

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Every week, “WHAT THE RIFF?!?” takes a look at a ROCK AND ROLL album that debuted or peaked on the U.S. Billboard charts during a random month between 1965-1995. Four friends discuss the artists and 4 tracks from the album as it plays in the background. Then we riff on 4 “staff picks” of other artists that were also in the charts during that month and year. You’ll hear some familiar tunes as well as some deeper cuts and entertainment tracks as we share a little look into the culture and happenings of that day— having fun recalling that “old time rock and roll.” We hope to bring back memories for you — and we encourage you to find and purchase the tracks and albums from iTunes, Spotify or your other favorite music service. You’ll find each episode with a short blog on this site. Please subscribe so you don’t miss any release! We also invite you to follow us and learn more about us @whattheriffpodcast on Facebook.