On this special Prime Cuts episode of the Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast, I had the opportunity to speak to two members of one of my very favorite bands that I thought I would never see, or hear new music from again, Spread Eagle. Based in New York City and forming in 1989, they released two albums on MCA Records; in 1995, the band broke up, but reformed in 2006. Now in 2019, they have a stable band lineup and a smoking new album just released on Frontiers Records, titled "Subway to the Stars". I was first introduced to the music of Spread Eagle via a good friend who loved music from bands of the 80s and 90s that I had yet to discover. This was back in 2000. And all I had to do was start a podcast and wait for 2019 to interview Ray West and Rob De Luca, vocalist and bassist of Spread Eagle, and hell yea...it was worth the wait.
I hope you enjoy this very special episode as much as I do, and spread the word about the pure New York City street metal of Spread Eagle!
Thank you for the music and the memories guys!
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Music featured on this episode is from Spread Eagle's new album 'Subway to the Stars': Sound of Speed, 29th of February and Grand Scam. Pick up the new album....NOW!