John’s program of torturing Pat with screamy music finally comes to an end with the last installment of their Hüsker Dü album reviews. Will Pat exact his revenge? Or will John force him to do a series on the discography of Motörhead? Why are there no bands with umlauts anymore? And most importantly: why should you care?
Are you in the mood to listen to 3 middle-aged white guys talk about the difficulties of their high school days and geek out over ’80s culture for a couple hours? Then look no further than this episode. And also 90% of the other podcasts out there.
John & Pat pick their favorite songs from the second half of 2016. But with Lemmy gone, it’s just a pale shadow of what it could have been.
John & Pat go back to the ’80s (like they ever left) to indulge in their goth and dance sides. Since neither of them can dance, it ends up just being more dreary than usual.
John & Pat compare the two most famous Marxist music acts (sorry, Gang Of Four!) of the modern era and manage to say nothing about politics or philosophy in the process. But at least they look good doing it. As far as you know.
John & Pat do their semi-annual list of their favorite songs of the year. Will yours make the cut? Nope. But you will be educated on some great music bubbling under the radar. Educated, but not entertained. Just like an Aaron Sorkin script!
On this most patriotic of days, the guys celebrate the only way true Americans can: by talking about fanciful songs! And also by tag-team wrestling Vladimir Putin in Jell-O. USA!
John & Pat remember the crazy genius that was Prince. Unfortunately, their memories are far more boring than Prince’s music, which is probably why they don’t have a record deal.
Pat yet again pretends to be interested in John’s musical obsessions, and John yet again pretends to be interested in doing a podcast. When they’re combined, it all adds up to an almost interesting episode.
John & Pat pick their top 20 songs for the 2nd half of 2015, just in time for half the artists to die. Who made the list? You’ll have to listen to find out! Though Kenny Loggins seems like a lock.