#067: The Dandy Warhols Come Down by The Dandy Warhols

April 24, 2012

With The Dandy Warhols releasing a new album, we spend episode #67 revisiting their 1997 album The Dandy Warhols Come Down. The Dandys bounce between '60s psychedelia, Velvet Underground drone, Neil Young guitar spasms, electronic rhythms and even some bouncy Britpop, but does it all work? Tune in to find out.

Songs in this Episode:

Intro - Minnesoter

13:51 - Cool as Kim Deal

18:17 - Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth

20:21 - Everyday Should Be A Holiday

23:32 - Good Morning

Outro - Boys Better

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#066: Blind by The Sundays

April 17, 2012

On episode #66, we're joined by author Frank Anthony Polito to review The Sundays 1992 album Blind. Frank's just released his third novel, Lost in the '90s, which is set in, you guessed it, the 1990s, making it perfect for our show.

Frank suggested we revisit the critically-acclaimed but lesser known sophomore release from The Sundays, so we dive in and there is plenty to discuss - from Johnny Marr-influenced guitar lines to the deceptively dark lyrics wrapped in pop melodies.

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Songs in this Episode:

Intro - Love

20:28 - On Earth

23:10 - I Feel

26:39 - God Made Me

29:57 - What Do You Think

32:23 - Love

Outro - Love

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#065: Detroit Folly by Edsel

April 10, 2012

On episode #65, we've got a packed house. Jon Solomon was kind enough to provide us with a digitally remastered version of Edsel's 1994 album Detroit Folly, released last year on his Comedy Minus One label. Not only that, he also hooked us up with Edsel's former singer & guitarist Sohrab Habibion, currently wielding his axe in Obits, for a Q & A. But that's not all, Chip Midnight is back and offering his take on an album. Got all that?

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Songs in this Episode

Intro -Drawn Down The Moon

7:17 - Interview Segment #1

17:31 - Interview Segment #2

24:53 - Omaha Intervenes

27:43 - Interview Segment #3

34:41 - Wind Key

41:49 - Interview Segment #4

Outro - I'm No Pony

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#064: You’d Prefer An Astronaut by Hum

April 3, 2012

On episode #64, we're back with another listener suggestion. Actually, it's a multiple listener suggestion episode - lots of folks have told us to revisit Hum's 1995 album You'd Prefer An Astronaut, and we aim to please. Tim knew he was going to struggle to be objective since Hum is one of his favorite bands of all time, so in order to avoid a blubbering gush-fest, we invited a special guest to help us review the album - director Shawn Foster. Check out Shawn's website for videos of his work with the Deftones, Drive-by Truckers, The Sun and more.

There's plenty to talk about the unique Hum - their combination of metal, progressive rock and shoegaze with an space and science lyrical bent makes comparisons difficult, but we give it a shot. Shawn shares some directing experiences, including the infamous Zane's Sex Chronicles, his opportunity to fulfill all our wishes and punch Fred Durst, and somehow we end up tying it all up with The Muppets. Alcohol may have been consumed during this episode.

WARNING: Plenty of salty language in this one. Earmuffs for the kids.

Songs in this Episode:

Intro - I'd Like Your Hair Long

23:02 - I'd Like Your Hair Long

25:59 - Little Dipper

35:11 - Suicide Machine

39:52 - Stars

49:42 - Stars

Outro - The Pod

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