39 episodes

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

We've Been Had Chad Cook and Keith Pille

    • Music
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

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

    3.13 The Great Destroyer

    3.13 The Great Destroyer

    The gents talk about a great, if heavy, album that emanated from the depths of Lake Superior

    • 1 hr 28 min
    3.12 Singles Going Steady

    3.12 Singles Going Steady

    Deep focus on the album/compilation that served as “Meet the* Buzzcocks?” Seminar on punk history and theory? Meditation on the word “the” in band names? Why not all of the above?

    • 1 hr 5 min
    3.11a Achtung Baby, part 2

    3.11a Achtung Baby, part 2

    The parts of the discussion that were just too hard core for our server to allow you to hear them

    • 39 min
    3.11 Achtung Baby

    3.11 Achtung Baby

    Journey into the heart of, well, something. NOTE: the episode got truncated by the server, so the last third or so of the conversation appear in a second episode

    • 1 hr 2 min
    3.10 U.F.O.

    3.10 U.F.O.

    The idiots follow some strange lights out into the desert and find Jim Sullivan’s abandoned car. Also, somehow, Wolverine.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    3.9 The Singles Soundtrack

    3.9 The Singles Soundtrack

    Chad and Keith come back from the dead to pass judgment on Gen X and its alleged jams.

    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Spacefunmars ,

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.

whoisuncletupelo ,

Fun Conversations

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.

cornyrunner ,

Good Stuff

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.

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