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Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) come together as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the music and impact of U2 and other distinguished musicians.

U Talkin’ U2 To Me‪?‬ Earwolf

    • Comedy
    • 4.8 • 6 Ratings

Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) come together as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the music and impact of U2 and other distinguished musicians.

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Letter to You

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Letter to You

    In the season finale of U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean, Adam Scott Aukerman go through Springo's twentieth studio album, Letter to You—an album about death and aging that was partially inspired by the passing of Bruce's former bandmate George Theiss. The Scotts also rehash their list of demands for Da Boss and finally reveal their complete rankings of every album covered in this series.

    • 1 hr 56 min
    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Western Stars

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Western Stars

    Adam Scott Aukerman squeak out an ep on Springo's nineteenth studio album, Western Stars—an album heavily influenced by 1970s SoCal pop music. But first, the Scotts gab about novelizations of movies, complimentary restaurant chips, and weird beards.

    • 1 hr 45 min
    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - High Hopes

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - High Hopes

    Scott and Scott go track by track through Springo’s eighteenth studio album, High Hopes (as well as the following American Beauty EP), a collection of older songs, cover songs and outtakes that Da Boss still considers one of his proper records. They learn how the Netflix show Lilyhammer directly led to High Hopes and craft their own ultimate editions of the album. Plus: elementary school square dances, and the eternal question, “What is it?”

    • 1 hr 53 min
    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Wrecking Ball

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Wrecking Ball

    Adam Scott Aukerman go track-by-track through Da Boss’s seventeenth studio album, Wrecking Ball—Bruce’s most political album since Tom Joad. The Scotts also discuss how new producer Ron Aniello got involved and how Bruce handled the death of Edible Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons. Plus, they talk about the types of classes at Margaritaville High School and ask, “Are hammocks more trouble than they’re worth?”

    • 1 hr 51 min
    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Working on a Dream

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Working on a Dream

    Scott and Scott go track-by-track through Springsteen’s sixteenth studio album, Working on a Dream. They also discuss stocking stuffer gifts and their ideal Super Bowl halftime performance before a special guest calls in to recount an encounter with Da Boss man himself.

    • 1 hr 57 min
    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Magic

    U Springin' Springsteen On My Bean? - Magic

    Adam Scott Aukerman go track-by-track through Da Boss’s fifteenth studio album, Magic—a high energy rock album and Bruce’s return to writing great poppy melodies. They also listen to Springsteen’s two Christmas singles and Monkees frontman Mickey Dolenz’s 4-track EP “Dolenz Sings R.E.M.” Plus, the Scotts debut episode 2 of their other hit podcast, “Spell That For Me.”

    • 1 hr 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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