Each week, join your host Adam Santiago (from the Nerd Geek Dork podcast) as he asks someone what their favorite album is, and lets the conversation go from there.
Jonathan Munar: The Smashing Pumpkins' "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness"
50th episode! Jonny Moon! I've been trying to get this guy on the show for a long time, and if you ask me, it was worth the wait. Join us as we shoot the breeze, and nerd out about "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness".
Heather Hynes: Kevin Devine's "Put Your Ghost To Rest"
Heather Hynes is on the show talking about Kevin Devine's album "Put Your Ghost To Rest". We also touch on one of the saddest "Saved By The Bell" moments, when Jeff from The Max ruined everything.
Mark Quinlan: Tame Impala's "Lonerism"
Mark Quinlan of Hop Along is my first guest of 2016. We're talking about Tame Impala's "Lonerism", as well as getting sidetracked and going on an endless series of tangents.
Greg Wyshynski: Smashing Pumpkins' "Siamese Dream"
Greg Wyshynski from Yahoo Sports' Puck Daddy blog is on the show talking about The Smashing Pumpkins' sophomore album, "Siamese Dream". We talk about Billy Corgan's controlling nature, why it was so easy to relate to this album in high school, and theorize as to why online ticket buying is such a pain in the butt these days.
Megan Branch: Lily Allen's "Alright, Still"
Megan Branch is on the show talking about Lily Allen's debut album, "Alright, Still". We discuss her superfan status, as well as trying to figure out whether or not floristry is a real word. Spoiler alert: it is.
Brian Pacris: Hot Water Music's "No Division"
Brian Pacris (NYC's original Emo Night) is on the show this week talking about Hot Water Music's "No Division". It doesn't take long for us to get off track though, but I enjoyed every second, even if Brian hit his mic stand one time too many.
I love the podcast fellas! I stop the podcast and listen to each complete song on iTunes music. Thanks for all the effort it takes to put this together each week.
Music connection with others
Just listened to my first podcast in its entirety since it was about blink 182 and I must say, if is very awesome to hear others talk about what you felt growing up about blink and the Internet forums. I can see my self catching up on many more and following along with more of what Adam will do. You must get on this.
Please edit noise out better
Listened to most of the Zack Zarrillo episode but the very subtle mic noises in the background were so irritating and I couldn't continue the episode. Great podcast overall, but I can't ignore those noises, it's unbearable.