Multiple times a year, join music obsessives Maxton Stenstrom (Infinitefreefall) and Trevor Ikrath (*Hallelujah Monkeyz*) as they venture through musical history and explore collective consciousness to unearth legacies of the most under-appreciated culture cultivators – one-hit wonders. Find us on the web at [ohwow.link](http://ohwow.link/), and email us at [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com)!
Ep. 19: "Breathless" by The Corrs (#34, 2001)
Kick back with a refreshing Coors Lite® and enjoy the newest OHWOW, all about Irish sisterly sensation The Corrs! We're talking Twitter beef, we're talking conspiracy theories, we're talking cultural innocence, it's all in here. Come on!
Ep. 18: "Soul Makossa" by Manu Dibango (#35, 1973)
Grab your coffee and saxophones, because we're headed to Cameroon to explore the life, career, and impact of the original makossa man, Manu Dibango! We talk soccer, oppressive governments, Michael Jackson, and "mama-say mama-sa"-related income, all live from the airport.
Ep. 17: “MacArthur Park” by Richard Harris (#2, 1968) feat. Peter Ikrath
On our first Family Night episode, Trevor's actual father joins us to discuss once very famous person Richard Harris, his musical co-conspirator Jimmy Webb, the dueling forces of passion and apathy, and the effect of precipitation on cakes. Oh no!
You can watch a special video version of this episode by going to [ohwow.link/video](http://ohwow.link/video)!
Ep. 16: "Stars Are Blind" by Paris Hilton (#18, 2006) feat. Mary Schneider
The gods are crazy, the stars are blind, and OHWOW is back to mine into the lore of Paris Hilton's 2006 summer smash, with a little help from friend and listener Mary Schneider. Do you mind spending some time just hanging here with us?
Ep. 15: "In the Year 2525" by Zager & Evans (#1, 1968) feat. Duff Dixon
On the second crossover episode of OHWOW, Duff Dixon from _Play It by Year_ joins us from Desolation Row/Margaritaville to discuss Nebraskan antiheroes Zager and Evans, and their baffling #1 hit, "In the Year 2525". If listeners can survive, they may find... our longest episode yet.
Ep. 14: "Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger (#38, 1997)
Put down that zine and sew your legs back on, cause we’re not sick but we’re not well! Harvey Danger is in the crosshairs on the first OHWOW recorded since The Big C, and the last before the (gulp) election. Who knew October surprises could drop on November 1st? Turn off time and kill your mind with us!
I’ve been listening since day one, great show and great hosts. Always so excited to see a new episode drop!
More episodes please!
Love the concept, format, and style — I wasn’t expecting it to be so genuinely funny but also respectful of the artists/subjects it covers. I know it’s probably hard to find time to record but I would love this to become a more regular podcast because because I’ve already listened to all the episodes multiple times and I want more!
Interesting podcast; Drop fake laughter
Found this today. So far, it appears to be an interesting Podcast. Just two things I'd wish for: 1- Less profanity; and 2- DROP THE FAKE LAUGHTER... Loved your first episode (minus the "f-bombs").