Kerbdog's second album On The Turn celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Released in 1997, the album's popularity and influence has continued grow over the years, it's been namechecked by many acts such as Biffy Clyro, Razorlight, Fangclub, and others.

Recorded in the Summer of 1995 with producer Garth Richardson who’s produced Rage Against The Machine, Biffy Clyro, L7, etc), the album saw the band decamp to the legendary Sound City Studios in LA, the same studio that albums like Nevermind by Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine’s self-titled debut, and Neil Young's After the Gold Rush were recorded.

2fm's Dan Hegarty has put together a 60-minute documentary about the album recently as part of his The Story of series - listen above.

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The four band members talk about the album, along with others like Steven King of Fangclub, former 2fm Metal Show host John Kenny, electronic producer/musician Bantum, Jenny Huston (founder and Creative Director of Edge Only jewellery) and fans who attended some of the anniversary gigs this year.

It charts the story of how the album came to be, and features songs from the album, along with rare session and live tracks.

The Alternative, RTÉ 2FM, Mon - Thu at 11 pm - listen back here.