Season 3: Two musical idiots from Minneapolis talk about great albums. S2: the same idiots talk about the early songs of St. Vincent. S1: Same, but every song from the seminal alt-country band Uncle Tupelo
Chad and Keith hang out in the parking lot in their Trans Ams drinking Coors Light and cranking out as much Van Halen and Van Hagar as you can handle
3.4 Hunky Dory
The idiots get kooky, get replaced by homo superior, search for life on Mars, and all that as they dig into David Bowie’s first great album.
3.3 Van Lear Rose
The idiots head up into the hollow/holler to talk about Loretta Lynn’s 2004 collabo with Jack White, Van Lear Rose
3.2 The Soft Bulletin
Things get tttttripppppy as the idiots try to get a handle on the Flaming Lips’ controlled (and then not) psychedalia on The Soft Bulletin (1999)
3.1 It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
New era, new format for the idiots as they stumble around the Covid wasteland and take turns picking albums to examine in depth. First up: Public Enemy’s landmark It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (1988)
2.5 I Was in the Wardrobe and the Lion Spoke to Me
The idiots close out Actor and digress a little more then usual. Ever wondered how to tell what gender a kitten is? Covered: “Just the Same But Brand New” and “The Sequel.”
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Conversational and Informed
To be honest, I’m much more of a Wilco and SV fan than UT, but these guys casually know so much about Jeff, Jay and company that it’s fascinating anyway. I can only imagine it’s even better for a diehard UT fan. Do Wilco next.
The podcast is a great conversation that is fun, informative, and critical. As a sheltered child of the '90s, I don't always know what they're talking about but that hasn't stopped me from enjoying the podcast.
I liked the convo. As a product of the 90’s music scene, I appreciate it very much. And don’t forget Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden that changed the 90’s music scene forever. Don’t judge my grammar Keith.