90's Pop Rock! Counting Crows' "Mr. Jones," Smashmouth's "Walkin' On The Sun," and Jewel's "I was Meant For You."
In this episode we talk about the dark secret Smashmouth's singer has hidden in his garage (in a segment I probably should've cut out), and discuss what an extraordinarily boring slob Jewel apparently is.
We also have a Counting Crows/Blue Oyster Cult mash-up, and The Chipmunks sing about smoking crack (really). If you like the show, please rate and review!
In this episode, Devyn Trujillo joins us to dissect Atreyu's "Lipgloss and Black," HIM's "Wings of A Butterfly," and Aiden's "One Love." We talk to her about her gothy upbringing, and how a brief but memorable stint of listening to Atreyu led her to long-time friends and much "spookier" bands.
Macky and I argue about the root of HIM's success in America. We all cringe at the "artistic" "representations" in an Aiden video, and, as ususal, we save the worst band for last. Other bands discussed in this episode: AFI, Nick Cave, and Siouxsie and the Banshees.
The 90's R&B Episode! We bring in our good friend Angela to talk about her personal relationship with 90's R&B and to tell her story about meeting a flash-in-the-pan 90's R&B group after winning a radio contest.
I grasp for 90's R&B songs I actually know (and come up mostly with songs from Space Jam). We talk about Kiss from a Rose, The Boy Is Mine, and Twisted by Keith Sweat. We discuss the importance of Big Ass Denim Jackets, laugh at Jim Carey's dumb face, and wonder whether or not Keith Sweat would've made a better detective than singer.
In our first Awful Band Spotlight, our friend Travis Duscay joins us to talk about one thing that should not be: every Metallica album released after 1988. We dissect videos for I Disappear, St. Anger, and the cinematic shame-fest that is Some Kind Of Monster.
We also discuss the dreaded Lou Reed collab, Lulu, and reminisce about our favorite tracks from the band's storied history.
In this episode, we sit down with our friend Nick Guenzler and talk dissect the teen movie that is the video for Sum 41's "Fat Lip," try to make Avril Lavigne's "Sk8er Boi" more obvious, and discuss the hardest relationship, as described by Simple Plan's "Perfect."