March 1, 2021

E42 Death By Rock & Roll: The Pretty Reckless and Life at 27

E42 Death By Rock & Roll: The Pretty Reckless and Life at 27
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Within a single year, Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless was faced with the deaths of both her rock hero and her musical muse. Her downward spiral and climb back from the brink led to Death By Rock and Roll, one of the first great albums of 2021. In this episode, The Itch explores the album, as well as the infamous "27 Club" and the classic rock influences that weave throughout. We also debut our new Flavor of the Week playlist.

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Flavor of the Week Playlist additions:

  • The Pretty Reckless - Death By Rock and Roll
  • The Pretty Reckless - And So It Went (f. Tom Morello)
  • The Pretty Reckless - 25
  • The Pretty Reckless - Rock and Roll Heaven
  • Taylor Momsen & James Horner - Christmas, Why Can't I Find You?