War Back for More on Rhino Podcast

War in 1976
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The only War we wish would never end is the legendary rock/funk band of the same name - and thankfully, they're still going pretty strong!

Longtime frontman and producer Jerry Goldstein continue their two-part chat with the Rhino Podcast this week, going deep on the band's past and present, including all the back-to-back smash hits that couldn't be missed on radio in the '70s, from "Low Rider" and "Why Can't We Be Friends" to "The Cisco Kid" and "The World is a Ghetto."

The group just reissued their classic early albums after parting ways with Animals frontman Eric Burdon in a Record Store Day-exclusive vinyl box set - and we bet it's just the first of many ways the band is marking their 50th anniversary throughout the rest of the year.

Don't miss the whole chat, available here or wherever you get your podcasts!

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