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17 Sons of Ignorance
It's been a while. This was recorded literally months ago but we finally got it edited so now you can hear it. Here's to an episode that is all over the map and with very little reference to U' Talkin' U2 2 Me?.
16 Commentary of the Commentary Special (W/ Mark McConville)
Mark McConville of Superego and Pistol Shrimps Radio is on the podcast this week as we talk a bit about the commentary episode and mostly other stuff. There was a brief moment where it seemed like a good idea to have the commentary episode playing during entire show, but that turned out to be awful and unlistenable. Instead, that doesn’t happen and the episode is moderately listenable.
15 Turn the Dark Back On, Please
Todd and Tony talk about musicals, songs that they heard as kids that got them into music and other stuff. This is a short episode, but a good episode. Short and… sweep? I feel like there’s an idiom for this, but I cannot think of it to save my life. Short and sweek? I don’t know. I give up. Enjoy listening to it.
14 Starred Glass (W/O Todd Glass)
Do you like staind? Us neither. Do you like star wars? Us too. Do you like the phantom menace? We're doubtful. We talk about it and sing some "emo" songs up here on this'n. Sound terrible? We don't think so.
13 Some Lines on Some Horizons
There is a lot of singing this week towards the end and we learn so much during this episode. We also make a call, and do things like talk to each other and discuss things.
12 Dumbing it Down 2 Ft. Jesse Mack Johnson
This week we were joined by Jesse Mack Johnson, the keyboardist from Tony’s old band, “Motion City Soundtrack”. He really dumbed it up with us and we had a good time. There are some good ol’ road stories in here and we call a guy that Tony met once in Richmond, VA.
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Me too talking review to two U2s
I stumbled onto this podcast accidentally while looking for Alice Cooper and Tony The Tiger’s animated chocolate beverage video podcast "Youth Toons drinkin' YooHoo for YouTube? Maybe.”
Ever since, I’ve been enraptured by Tommy Cooper and Tony Brixton’s engaging banter and haven’t been able to put it down!
I like the idea, but they just aren’t that funny...just trading marginally amusing anecdotes and laughing. Basking too much in the absurdity of their endeavor while trying too hard to be quirky. Feels like a step above lame morning radio.
A crappy podcast about a good podcast
This show is nothing but two no-name shlubs riding the coattails of a better, professionally done podcast. Guys, here’s some free advice: do your own thing.