David returns to discuss the legacy of Neil Peart by comparing a classic album to…an album.
If you can’t get enough of middle-aged men reviewing music for teenyboppers, this is the episode you’ve been waiting for. (Teenyboppers? Yes. What of it?)
John & Pat once again bring their critical acumen to bear on pop music, so be sure you’ve got your dictionaries ready for their articulate reading of the work of Sleater-Kinney.
The fall of the Berlin Wall vs. the Trump impeachment hearings – these are just a few of the things we won’t be discussing in favor of the mostly terrible pop detritus foisted upon us in these two forgettable years.
Pat & John return from their hiatus to discuss the best music of 2019. They provide insightful comments such as “This song sounds good.” “I could listen to this in a bathtub. Not with water in it, because of shock safety!” “This song reminds me of a room.” Enjoy!
John & Pat talk music again, so you can rest assured you’ll be in for an erudite, enlightening conversation. As long as you’re talking to a professor instead of listening.
John & Pat pick their favorite songs from the second half of 2018. Sadly, since Creed didn’t release an album last year, they will all be second-rate.
John & Pat pick their top 10 pop culture artifacts from 2018. Will The Big Bang Theory finally make the cut? Only their hairdressers know for sure.
John & Pat honor the memory of Pete Shelley by looking at two of his classic albums. Don’t worry – there’s plenty of inarticulate gibberish as well.
John & Pat compare these two albums. Seems obvious enough this description hardly seems necessary.