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Capt. Robert F. Scott's bid to be the leader of the first expedition to reach the South Pole is one of the most famous journeys of all time. What started as a scientific expedition turned out to be an unwilling race against a team lead by R. Admunsen to reach the Pole. The Norwegian flag already stood at the end of the trail when Scott's party reached their target. All the five men of the Scott expedition who took part in the last march to the Pole perished on their way back to safety. Rober ...
 
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#57. This time we are joined by all round ‘muso’ and lovely Aussie larrikin Luke Brann who amongst other musical outfits bashes the shit out of a set of drums for Sydney based 4 piece ‘The Kava Kings’. Luke selects the 4th studio album by American rock band Kings of Leon entitled ‘Only by the...Oleh Walt Gold & The Dude. The Golden Ducks
 
It’s our first podcast of 2021 and our 56th in a growing catalogue for The Golden Ducks. We are joined by Australian singer, songwriter, director and all round legend Greg Gould. Greg talks us through his incredible success stories most notably being the runner on the 2013 series of Australia’s Got Talent and garnering over...…
 
#55. Nearly 3 months since The Golden Ducks dropped our last podcast we are finally back with our 55th! On this podcast we are joined by the uber talented, very funny and super sweet Australian musical legend Abby Dobson. We dissect the debut album by Lauryn Hill ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’. We laugh, joke...…
 
#54. We’re joined by Gaz Roberts from The Golden Ducks latest favourite outfit ‘Man & The Echo’. Gaz selects the 6th studio album by The Kinks ‘The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society’ to unravel and debate whilst, amongst other things, we discuss Brexit, serial killers, sexual predators, racism and ummmm ‘Hollyoaks’. Another incredibl…
 
#53. For the first time ever we are joined by not one but two very special guests from British 5 piece ‘Mama’s Gun’. We meet, greet and get to know founder and frontman Andy Platts and bass player extraordinaire Cameron Dawson. The boys select Michael Jackson’s 6th studio album and masterpiece ‘Thriller’ as the banter...…
 
#52. We are joined by Australian music royalty and drummer of Rock band ‘Jet’ Chris Cester. We discuss him hanging with Taylor Hawkins in first class, his thoughts on the recent breakdown within his old touring pals Kasabian, knocking around and touring with The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney gate crashing him onstage, the profession that...…
 
#51. Joined by English singer songwriter Tom McRae, he selects Bruce Springsteen’s 12th studio album ‘The Rising. Tom regales us with stories about being nominated for the Mercury Music Award in 2001, touring with Paul Weller, being invited to play Meltdown Festival by Scott Walker, and sharing the stage with Elliot Smith. Of course we...…
 
In the second part of our double episode on The Beatles masterpiece Rubber Soul, we take you through the back half of the album joined by James Walsh from Starsailor. We discuss throwing fisticuffs with the Gallagher brothers, touring with the biggest names of Rock & Roll, and finally discover what the shit song is...…
 
#50. And just like that The Golden Ducks turn 50! What a journey we’ve had and to mark the occasion our 50th podcast is a bumper edition. This is Part 1, and we’re joined by James Walsh, the lead singer of seminal post-Britpop band Starsailor who selects The Beatles 6th studio album ‘Rubber Soul’. James...…
 
#48. Joined by the lead singer of Britpop favourites ‘Dodgy’; the legend that is Nigel Clark. ‘Nige’ blasts off stories about forming the cheeky 3-piece, the joy of being a part of the whole Britpop movement and passing up a support slot for Oasis at their legendary concerts at Knebworth in 1996 – a decision...…
 
#47. We are joined by English punk and folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner who selects Neil Young’s 9th studio album ‘Comes a Time’. Frank talks candidly about his early days performing and touring with post hardcore band Million Dead, the importance of his own live shows and what they mean to him. He touches on his...…
 
#46. We are joined by Australian rock royalty in the shape of ‘You Am I’ frontman Tim Rogers. An open book from the outset Tim regales in stories of hanging with Nirvana, supporting The Who, The Rolling Stones, Soundgarden as well as Oasis on their infamous ‘Be Here Now’ tour. In amongst this Tim talks...…
 
We cross the pond to chat with British Singer Songwriter, Producer and Composer Ed Harcourt. Walt Gold gets all giddy talking to one of his favourite artists of all time and Ed rejoices in telling us epic stories of being nominated for a Mercury Music Award, meeting Iggy Pop and his hero Tom Waits, touring...…
 
This week we are joined by Australian blues legend, author, fellow podcaster and possibly one of the greatest smiles The Golden Ducks have ever encountered, Ash Grunwald. Ash charms us with stories of shark attacks, the importance of riders and his subsequent road to sobriety meanwhile ripping through his album for dissection which happens to...…
 
It’s podcast 43 and this week we are joined by Tyrone Noonan. Ty was an integral part of Australian chart topping Aria award winning band ‘George’ who landed on the scene in the early 2000’s enjoying huge success and critical acclaim. Ty rejoices in telling us tales of superstardom, living around the the world with...…
 
Pod #42 and without sounding crass The Golden Ducks are on a fucking roll. We are joined by prolific songwriter, musician, producer and wordsmith the legend that is Josh Moriarty who amongst other things is a an absolute legend as well as being a member of Miami Horror, All the Colours and Telenova. Josh dominates...…
 
We launch into podcast 41 and we’re on a roll with special guests. This week Kane Dennelly from Australian group 19-Twenty the riff and groove based blue billy-grass rockin roots band joins us in the studio. A passionate artist with a keen eye for comedic one liners Kane selects and talks us through Paul Simon’s...…
 
A milestone for The Golden Ducks as we reach our 40th pod. What greater way to celebrate than with special guest and mastermind behind Australia’s electronic dance three piece ‘Art vs Science’, Dan Mac. Dan selects the notoriously difficult 2nd album by American rock band MGMT entitled ‘Congratulations’. Dan brings his A game giving insights...…
 
We rip into the 7th studio album by the Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Californication’. The Golden Ducks rant and rave about the global epidemic that is the lack of toilet paper and dive into their reasons for being ‘scrunchers’ and not ‘folders’. TD can barely contain his excitement and proclaims every song pretty much...…
 
Welcome to pod 37 where we tackle Grace Jones’ debut album ‘Portfolio’. The Golden Ducks discuss all of the worlds most pressing issues including the origins of Pavlova, the scope of Australian inventions versus Welsh inventions, the importance of the double cheek kiss, going to bed early and all the while cruising through this seventies...…
 
Pod #36 and this week we flash back to 1995, and Pulp’s ‘Different Class’. WG struggles to effectively describe Sheffield and ends up just making shit up. TD’s memory once again fails him (consistently, repetitively, and without a shred of irony) and The Golden Ducks suddenly go all deep on us and question the significance...…
 
Podcast 35 and our first of the 2020! The Golden Ducks tackle Pitchforks selection for #1 album of the decade in Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’. In between identifying their personal picks for album of the decade The Golden Ducks wrestle this masterpiece with TD dissecting every nuance of this album much to WG’s surprise, WG blubbers...…
 
Pod #34 has landed and this time we tuck into the debut album by American hip-hop 3 piece Beastie Boys entitled ‘Licensed to Ill’. Walt Gold goes on an epic rant about Coldplay’s Chris Martin, The Dude borders on Shakespearean with his use of the phrase ‘startling debut’ and The Golden Ducks give their views...…
 
It’s pod #33 & we throw around the room the 3rd studio album by The Smiths ‘The Queen Is Dead’. TD discusses his current lack of meat intake (and then immediately contradicts himself), Walt Gold cannot help himself and mentions the Morrissey’s quiff at the first opportunity he gets, and once again The Golden Ducks...…
 
Whilst special guests are normally reserved for every 10 pods we throw the rule book out of the window and make way for Australian rock royalty as we welcome former drummer of The Vines and current drummer for Wolfmother, the legend that is the mighty Hamish Rosser! Hamish charms us with his down to earth...…
 
We visit the 3rd album by the mighty Blur titled ‘Parklife’, which in many ways marked the of birth of Britpop. TD confuses and contradicts whilst addressing the albums ‘diddy’, WG resorts to counter the ‘diddy’ argument by insisting TD plays the most random of ‘diddys’, and all the while it’s apparent The Golden Ducks...…
 
Pod #30 and we tuck into heavy metal group Metallica’s ‘The Black Album’ or simply ‘Metallica’. Per tradition we are joined by a special guest. On this occasion it’s drummer extraordinaire Phil Chandrapal. The Dude plays the perfect host asking all those pressing questions a podcast host should, Phil plays the perfect guest and illustrates...…
 
A very special 29th pod at The Golden Ducks. The Dude and Walt Gold finally get into the studio and on this occasion review the second album by electronic producer Fatboy Slim perfectly entitled ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’. TD shows serious hopes of owning some memory in an extraordinary display of testicular fortitude...…
 
On our 28th pod we visit The Cranberries 2nd album ‘No Need To Argue’. Whilst WG immediately goes on a rant about inheriting an Android phone after losing his iPhone, TD entertains a rogue Australian male (so to speak) proving to our listeners we are completely unedited & unscripted as we delve deep into the...…
 
During our 26th pod we get our teeth stuck into Neil Young’s third studio album ‘After the Gold Rush’. During this somewhat iconic pod we discuss which online porn platform is our favourite when one visits the bathroom, The Dude discusses whether his father, the legend that is ‘Big Gregg’, has ever been a fan...…
 
We celebrate our 25th podcast with The Beatles covering their seventh studio album ‘Revolver’. During this pod The Dude smartly revisits the meaning of what exactly is a Stone Cold Classic, Walt Gold showcases his disdain for Ringo Starr and The Golden Ducks revisit some past memories where they bonded over the most influential band...…
 
On our 24th podcast we dissect Snoop Dogg’s debut album ‘Doggystyle’. Throughout the course of the podcast TD becomes increasingly more gangster and embraces this with aplomb, WG schedules a drive by shooting for sometime in October with TD in tow and between us we swear more than we ever have done evidently enthused by the explicit lyrics on the a…
 
Our 23rd podcast and this time we visit Michael Jackson’s ‘Off the Wall’. We applaud and discuss how The Dude made the Australian headlines recently, Walt Gold arrogantly denounces any album that doesn’t have an epic opener as complete rubbish and between us we discuss the very big elephant in the room concerning the King of Pop and dare we say it …
 
106 days after The Golden Ducks last outputted a podcast we’re back with our 22nd where we cover Portishead’s debut album ‘Dummy’. Between discussing why there has been such a lengthy hiatus ( there’s no trouble in the GD camp we promise), our love of the phrase ‘excessive linguistic pressure’, TD sitting in a bar...…
 
We tuck into ‘Throwing Copper’ by Alt Rock Grunge dwellers ‘Live’. Walt Gold immediately slates, & later rates this mid nineties effort whilst employing the most cliched and generalised description of your average ‘Live’ fan, whilst ‘one third French’ The Dude struggles to grasp the language of love whilst name checking the hottest siblings around.…
 
For podcast number 20 we are joined by our old sparring partner Ted Harns who nominates The Streets classic ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’. Join us as Walt Gold discusses the longevity of a certain persons receding hairline, The Dude name checks his favourite hair products, how ridiculously prepared Ted Harns is to discuss...…
 
Up next, N*E*R*D’s ‘Fly or Die’, where we discuss the most pressing topics including The Golden Ducks ascent into the Hong Kong podcast chart, our wives disdain for our podcast, and The Dude genuinely compares his song writing to that of N*E*R*D (which has to be heard to be believed). Get on it.Oleh Walt Gold & The Dude. The Golden Ducks
 
For our 18th podcast we flash back to 1989 and The Stone Roses eponymous debut. Covering all imperative topics this week for example what the actual description for a bathroom cabinet is (ummm a bathroom cabinet), Walt Gold’s yawning getting out of control and The Dude drops a bombshell about this album that outrages Walt...…
 
We hit up Pearl Jam’s debut ‘Ten’; and while The Dude debates the validity of bands peaking (and continues to actually sound like he knows what he’s talking about), Walt Gold critiques album covers in typically brutal fashion. Plus we revisit the battle of rakija between Australians & Croatian’s at The Dude’s wedding, until we...…
 
We visit the stone cold classic that is ‘Kind of Blue’ by Jazz icon Miles Davies. Amongst discussing The Dude’s fondness and technique to polishing shoes, Walt Golds attempt to use the word ‘Gimp’ as vehemently as possible and an epic technical fault which The Dude somehow managed to cover up with aplomb we tackle...…
 
It’s all about Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ for our 14th podcast. Whilst constantly name checking our old favourite haunt ‘Dirt Cheap CD’s’, making lofty comparisons between Pablo Picasso, Kurt Cobain (and naturally Justin Bieber), and constantly plugging someone else’s podcast, we dissect the 3rd and final studio album by the worlds most iconic grunge ban…
 
On our 12th podcast we take a listen to ‘Here’s The Sex Pistols, Never Mind The Bollocks’. Between comparing Sid Vicious to Kim Kardashian (of course), overcoming technical issues and seemingly attempting to swear as much as possible we get to the bottom of what is undoubtedly a stone cold classic.Oleh Walt Gold & The Dude. The Golden Ducks
 
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