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Albums of the Year, Part Three: The Music We Hated Most
In our final episode of 2018, we talked about all the things that didn't float our boats. We drop the hammer on quite a few records, and we're not sure how any of those bands are going to recover from that. To quote our dear friend Jay Sherman, "It stinks!"
Albums of the Year, Part Two: Hardcore, Metal, and Loud Things
This year, well, things get a little loud. In the second week of our Albums of the Year series, we touch on the heavy stuff, be it hardcore, metal, punk, or something that falls in between those genres. Lots of good stuff to be had here, so dig in, baby.
Albums of the Year, Part One: Indie, Rock, and Other Such Things
Lots of good records came out this year and we talk about some of them here, mostly of the indie and rock variety. We also talk about how bad the new Smashing Pumpkins album is and Dan makes a pretty good mashup that will haunt your dreams.
No Plus Ones is for the children
Dan embarrassed himself real bad in front of the Wu-Tang Clan and about 400 other people and we rehashed his nightmare in great detail. We also talked about Enter the 36 Chambers, an album that rules.
In this week's episode, we talk about how Dan hates dogs, that new Queen movie, some records, and other stuff. And of course, no disrespect, capiche?
Tom Delonge Part Deux
Our good buddy Tom has seem to had some trouble with money and we wanted to show him our support. That is, until a trip to the bathroom sends things off the rails.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Just an all-around stunning podcast, teeming with a couple sightly and fetching fellows.
(came for Brian Fallon interview, and stayed for the sarcasm and jocularity)
Best music podcast around
I got no disrespect for this podcast
The Shape of Podcasts to Come
This is far and above my favorite podcast. Dave and Dan are two of my favorite music writers, and they always make me laugh so hard. Their podcast covers the latest topics in the niche of music that I like, with plenty of inside jokes along the way. That said, I feel like the humor on this podcast might be lost on people that don’t follow this specific niche of music. If you think Chris Farren is the perfect human, this show is 100% for you. If your response to the words “Chris Farren” is “who?”, then you might not get it.