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289: It`s Not "Hamilton"

 

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  the incomparable number 289 februari [TS]

  welcome back everybody to the [TS]

  incomparables album draft in our last [TS]

  episode you heard us pick three albums [TS]

  each in the album draft populating our [TS]

  musical selections for the proverbial [TS]

  desert island but we're back with more [TS]

  in this episode we've got three more [TS]

  selections from each of our guests as [TS]

  well as the classic bring out your dead [TS]

  round where we list everything else that [TS]

  didn't make it into this edition of the [TS]

  draft will probably do more album drafts [TS]

  in the future with different panelists [TS]

  and perhaps with different topics but [TS]

  this was a fun first crack and when [TS]

  you're done you're gonna get a list of [TS]

  its not gonna even be 36 because they [TS]

  bring out your dead it's gonna be even [TS]

  more than that more albums of anything [TS]

  strikes your fancy hopefully you'll find [TS]

  something new and interesting to [TS]

  discover or rediscover an old favorite [TS]

  so I am joined for the album draft by [TS]

  Anthony Johnston Steve let's Erica and [TS]

  sign-in do not go and David jail or we [TS]

  will pick up the pace now for around for [TS]

  a little bit around later it's well it's [TS]

  not like it's just a strong customer [TS]

  waiting of thunder in the distance yes [TS]

  indeed distance distant sound of thunder [TS]

  Anthony what do you have for us speaking [TS]

  of a distance understanding i have not a [TS]

  good album no zoo look by jean-michel [TS]

  Jarre oh oh yeah I've heard 1970s me i [TS]

  know i used as a people had this album [TS]

  on tape [TS]

  did I ask you and I wore out my tape [TS]

  copy but this isn't our guys are all [TS]

  here a lot of people i was associated [TS]

  with Jet Set Willy because i had it [TS]

  playing on my cassette recording while I [TS]

  was playing jet with your my computer [TS]

  English Lee and a lot of people think [TS]

  the josh is just the guy who does the [TS]

  big laser since one mama stuff and yes [TS]

  he does do that and he does a lot of it [TS]

  and it sounds great too [TS]

  yeah you know what'd be great is a [TS]

  fusion of that my mom I'll with the [TS]

  butter butter butter brother [TS]

  we need to we need to do like an EP of [TS]

  just like the musical interludes here [TS]

  now the boats the bonus he'll be [TS]

  uncomfortable things no one pick that [TS]

  album but char one of the things that [TS]

  I'm amongst his little musical prodigy [TS]

  nurse job studied at the group tovarisch [TS]

  musicale under peer Schaefer here we are [TS]

  basically invented music concrete and so [TS]

  this album is all of that finally coming [TS]

  out and he is really really kind of [TS]

  high-tech primitive there's loads of [TS]

  bleeding-edge technology but it's not [TS]

  very good [TS]

  like for the time it was amazing but in [TS]

  retrospect it's like wow this is really [TS]

  primitive like Sam blinkin synthesizer [TS]

  stuff and most of the album is made up [TS]

  of human voices in a variety of some [TS]

  like 30 different languages that he [TS]

  recorded sampled cut-up loop slowdown [TS]

  sped up pitch shifted and what-have-you [TS]

  to make these amazing almost vaguely [TS]

  industrial sounding musical pieces that [TS]

  just are like nothing else anybody has [TS]

  ever produced including John himself [TS]

  there's no other music that sounds like [TS]

  this in the world and it's perversely [TS]

  for a musician like char it's actually [TS]

  really catchy even though there's no [TS]

  discernible to normality for a lot of it [TS]

  because it's so with make it's actually [TS]

  really catching [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  I love this album it is not necessarily [TS]

  his best album and objectives but it's [TS]

  not a favor okay [TS]

  yeah I i would go with ya you know the [TS]

  boring ones oxygen equinox magnetic [TS]

  fields right which are wonderful [TS]

  wonderful albums and I can down to them [TS]

  over and over again I loved him but this [TS]

  is exciting it's a bit like you remember [TS]

  the unjustly maligned episode we do we [TS]

  are talking about Genesis abacab which [TS]

  is exciting because it's not quite fully [TS]

  formed and that's what this is you can [TS]

  tell he's figuring out all this [TS]

  technology and just experimenting like [TS]

  crazy and I find that really really [TS]

  exciting to listen to all right Josh are [TS]

  unexpected but but I I again I I've [TS]

  actually heard that album Anthony you [TS]

  become less cryptic for me as we got [TS]

  Erica what's your fourth selection [TS]

  well I finally picked an album from the [TS]

  United States although it's thank god [TS]

  this jingle is getting so tired we just [TS]

  lost our funding from Canada welcomed a [TS]

  couple it's from the twins a band from [TS]

  the Twin Cities so it's as close to [TS]

  canada as you can kind of get and still [TS]

  be very metropolitan it is 1997 and also [TS]

  out of the seventies 1997 sound of lives [TS]

  by the Jayhawks [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  it'll be true [TS]

  you are so [TS]

  so [TS]

  black [TS]

  better be [TS]

  this is a band that's one of my favorite [TS]

  bands of all times and I love all of [TS]

  their albums and it was really hard for [TS]

  me to pick one but there earlier albums [TS]

  which they're actually kind of known [TS]

  more for where Gary Loras and mark olson [TS]

  kind of singing harmonies together and [TS]

  co-writing the songs and then mark olson [TS]

  left the band just before sound allies [TS]

  and turned out his style and his sound [TS]

  was my least favorite bit about the band [TS]

  so as soon as he left we get Gary Laura [TS]

  sort of it it's this album is kind of a [TS]

  pure distillation of his style at the [TS]

  time and for me just really cut to the [TS]

  heart these songs are just little pieces [TS]

  of just naked be beautiful emotion I [TS]

  feel like you're looking into the [TS]

  songwriters soul and that's the kind of [TS]

  thing that just gets me it did not have [TS]

  the commercial success of their earlier [TS]

  or later albums but i think it was just [TS]

  kind of a snapshot of something truly [TS]

  beautiful and it touched me so that is [TS]

  my favorite sound of lies about the [TS]

  Jayhawks I saw them open for matthew [TS]

  sweet i think and i didn't like them and [TS]

  then I found out later that everybody [TS]

  loved them and I thought really bad that [TS]

  opening act with something that people [TS]

  love because I just treated them like a [TS]

  random opening act so I should probably [TS]

  have seen them many times and every time [TS]

  I've seen them opening for somebody else [TS]

  there sound has been terrible [TS]

  interesting so yeah don't don't judge me [TS]

  I don't feel bad remember when you're [TS]

  opening for another band you don't get [TS]

  to choose the census that's right place [TS]

  somebody else's opinions vary exactly [TS]

  right they were playing through Matthew [TS]

  sweets PA matthew sweet i'm starting to [TS]

  get the impression you're a fan of the [TS]

  power pop Jason there's a Matthew Sweet [TS]

  album on my list at least we'd actually [TS]

  co-wrote one of the one of the songs [TS]

  from their fourth or fifth because [TS]

  they're clearly all your house [TS]

  imaginated heaven [TS]

  indeed so my long list yeah your [TS]

  girlfriend girlfriends on my on my pic [TS]

  list [TS]

  Andy what do you have 4th friend [TS]

  girlfriends [TS]

  you're not the boss of me really hard [TS]

  works i definitely wanted a damrau [TS]

  record on my pic list [TS]

  she's my favorite operatic soprano just [TS]

  she just it's not a hard time picking [TS]

  yeah which one which so many good ones [TS]

  out there are we finished going over now [TS]

  I'm just I'm just saying that their [TS]

  listeners who are familiar with diana [TS]

  damrau you're not saying my god what an [TS]

  ignoramus Philistines all i think they [TS]

  said that allow yeah that's exactly [TS]

  right that ship already across the [TS]

  horizon hit the iceberg [TS]

  if they're just coming to that [TS]

  conclusion maybe they got worse problems [TS]

  in bad taste in music there's a steve [TS]

  steve is being consistent that's what [TS]

  they're saying thank you [TS]

  which diana damrau album did you choose [TS]

  i decided to pick the her recording of [TS]

  donizetti's which he had a lot more so [TS]

  it's see it says it's a purpose of [TS]

  performance out its production album of [TS]

  stage performance of donizetti's [TS]

  probably most famous opera [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  eight wins because you got to just on on [TS]

  on mass volume you got 36 tracks here [TS]

  that's a lot of all the tracks at least [TS]

  three minutes long so you got a lot of [TS]

  volume therefore if you're only taking [TS]

  five albums with you but also it's the [TS]

  only album she's resort on the recording [TS]

  she's released in which you get her [TS]

  version of the mad scene of which is mad [TS]

  seen this is a lot of opera is you've [TS]

  definitely heard the songs before [TS]

  because they get used in movies and they [TS]

  get sometimes they turn two popular [TS]

  songs if you've seen the fifth element [TS]

  the song that the diva sings the blue [TS]

  big blue technical headed diva sings [TS]

  that's don't chase wanna which is the [TS]

  the mad scene from little more and ten [TS]

  minutes long [TS]

  it's in the top of the end of the second [TS]

  act I want you to imagine this is the [TS]

  the heroine of this story has as the [TS]

  title implies gone mad she has through [TS]

  lots of manipulations she has been [TS]

  forced to marry someone that she doesn't [TS]

  want to marry for and don't do it for [TS]

  political reasons to help her family and [TS]

  she just had a psychotic break [TS]

  she is now on the stage she is in her [TS]

  wedding dress covered with blood and [TS]

  holding a blood-soaked knife because she [TS]

  has just killed her husband and the [TS]

  entire wedding party is a gas and [TS]

  keeping their distance and she basically [TS]

  sings the song about how she knows she [TS]

  said that this dissociative break which [TS]

  her actual lover she's like don't worry [TS]

  they tried they tried to steal me from [TS]

  you but I escaped I killed the killed [TS]

  the soldiers are trying to get me and [TS]

  now we can all be together again and [TS]

  it's this heartbreaking 10 minute long [TS]

  Aria in which the character goes all the [TS]

  way through joy that oh my God we're [TS]

  finally gonna be back together again to [TS]

  sort of like you're coming out of a [TS]

  dream when you start to realize that oh [TS]

  wait a minute something's wrong here i [TS]

  don't know what it is but there's [TS]

  something very very wrong here and the [TS]

  aria that was basically lifting her up [TS]

  is now sort of tantalizing here and it's [TS]

  sort of mocking her and she's getting [TS]

  more confused and it's just another one [TS]

  of those i have to stop dead and just [TS]

  listen to this thing from start to [TS]

  finish the entire opera is wonderful and [TS]

  I don't have to go on to say this is the [TS]

  ethnicity album that like to take with [TS]

  me all right [TS]

  the Andes training class up the joint a [TS]

  little bit David's helping him a little [TS]

  bit too so [TS]

  I wasn't listening I was too busy [TS]

  thinking about Diana done let's see [TS]

  what's happening now to David well I [TS]

  love a lot of crowded house songs good [TS]

  you should [TS]

  what's not to like that's great movement [TS]

  haha agreed and and you know I i really [TS]

  enjoyed their singles for a long time [TS]

  the the album that i keep on my phone is [TS]

  obviously with today's 1993 is together [TS]

  alone [TS]

  Oh which it's just shamelessly pandering [TS]

  to the host now thank you [TS]

  I you know I i had my god would face on [TS]

  the on the basis of their previous [TS]

  albums and when [TS]

  oh wow I really like the one single i [TS]

  hate the other single in the rest of its [TS]

  kind of there but then I heard the the [TS]

  one single on this from the the [TS]

  soundtrack of reality bites which isn't [TS]

  that I was dragged to see locked out [TS]

  better soon as we try to it [TS]

  yeah or run from it run from a really [TS]

  yeah it's in the rearview mirror you see [TS]

  it when you're running from it it's in [TS]

  the rearview mirror that's what happened [TS]

  to chases you like a monster you [TS]

  traditionally run with the rearview [TS]

  mirror so well i did i do with her it's [TS]

  on my helmet [TS]

  that's right ok so yea rather than buy [TS]

  the soundtrack from that and remind [TS]

  myself of that I went and got this and [TS]

  and the whole album is just it's it's [TS]

  like a step beyond the last couple of [TS]

  albums for them know the arrangements [TS]

  are much more interesting there's more [TS]

  layering to the the music and it is a [TS]

  solid album from start to finish [TS]

  i Iike gatherings into it over and over [TS]

  again got a lot of different styles in [TS]

  there too you got to get lamb glam rock [TS]

  with black and white boy you've got a [TS]

  lot of really weird atmospheric stuff [TS]

  with Carrie Carrie there's a lot of [TS]

  different and the kind of buddy holly [TS]

  and acid of locked out [TS]

  and Catherine wheels is just an earworm [TS]

  for me [TS]

  yeah that gets stuck in my head Jason [TS]

  it's born [TS]

  ok but it goes it is the kind of song [TS]

  that can get stuck in your head because [TS]

  it is it does go on and on it's too long [TS]

  it literally yeah you could just you [TS]

  could go on forever because it would [TS]

  just keep wrapping back around I [TS]

  actually am not offended by my you [TS]

  choosing about album from my favorite [TS]

  band how could i be your back and forth [TS]

  on whether this or their first [TS]

  self-titled album is better and i'm [TS]

  happy with either one I actually have [TS]

  the other one on my on my pic list and [TS]

  not this one but it you know I i go back [TS]

  and forth about which 1i think it's [TS]

  better I think they're both fantastic [TS]

  and Steve likes would face so there you [TS]

  go [TS]

  I do like would face although a temple [TS]

  of lawmen might be a better outfit [TS]

  yeah yeah probably is yeah it's not but [TS]

  it might be in a parallel universe [TS]

  weather with you would probably be my [TS]

  favorite song of all I so uh alright [TS]

  Steve what do you have oh my god it's me [TS]

  again it is you I don't know how to [TS]

  happen I don't know how was allowed [TS]

  frankly but yeah I have such a long list [TS]

  it's crazy i've got maybe like four [TS]

  pages with developments will bring out [TS]

  your dead round which will be happy yes [TS]

  I'm gonna have to trim that down even [TS]

  because we'll be here all day [TS]

  i I've realized that if i'm going to be [TS]

  stuck on a desert island i'm going to [TS]

  need something with which to express my [TS]

  boundless internal rage so I'm going to [TS]

  stretch a few notches down on my list [TS]

  and i'm going to go ahead and take nine [TS]

  inch nails broken off the board from 99 [TS]

  sooo well I need em which i think is I [TS]

  mean it's a little bit wrong to call [TS]

  this an album it's technically sort of [TS]

  an EP because it's only six songs long [TS]

  and two of those are short little [TS]

  instrumentals and we already picked me p [TS]

  so you're clear [TS]

  yeah I mean it's but if if this if this [TS]

  album or any longer it would get are [TS]

  almost it would be almost too much [TS]

  because it was so so it could you can [TS]

  just get it with fixed the remix version [TS]

  and then you've got a full album length [TS]

  may I don't like fix very much though [TS]

  it's kind of ponderous all really yeah i [TS]

  don't even the third will remix coming [TS]

  with there's some there's some good [TS]

  stuff on it but i think it it it's a [TS]

  little too [TS]

  it changes the the nature of the songs a [TS]

  bit too much I mean it's interesting but [TS]

  it's not that's why i like it i don't [TS]

  think it is being other piece with [TS]

  broken [TS]

  but yeah I think it was any longer it [TS]

  would it would almost be too much to [TS]

  listen to because it's it's the most [TS]

  concentrated expression of rage and [TS]

  anger in what is probably about 20 [TS]

  minutes with the time that i can imagine [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  I think a lot of people would probably [TS]

  pick the downward spiral is maybe a [TS]

  better nine inch nails album but I think [TS]

  for me down its well you have it next to [TS]

  the next album and then tell me how long [TS]

  it is [TS]

  yeah but but i think i think that that [TS]

  almost feels more like posturing to me [TS]

  it's it's like Trent Reznor's I i'm [TS]

  going to tell you a really scary story [TS]

  about a really mad guy and in this he is [TS]

  the mad guy and he is so pissed off and [TS]

  he just wants everybody to die and he [TS]

  wants to be the one to kill them and it [TS]

  is fantastic it is such a purgative [TS]

  album to listen to and it's a and and I [TS]

  think you have to include the two [TS]

  technical bonus tracks as part of the [TS]

  album too so that does stretch it out a [TS]

  little bit but it's really not the same [TS]

  album without the cover of Adam and [TS]

  physical and the right pic face cover at [TS]

  the end to of suck but it's terrific and [TS]

  it's my go-to industrial album for just [TS]

  like a quick dip into into anger [TS]

  alright love to pick a ministry album [TS]

  but i don't think there's a great [TS]

  ministry album so i'm going to go with [TS]

  this all year some 69 has got some you [TS]

  know good moments but the the thing one [TS]

  of things i really like about broken is [TS]

  nothing to do with music and that is [TS]

  that after track 6 there's a period of [TS]

  silence before you know the the bonus [TS]

  track 1992 traveling with the cycle it's [TS]

  actually exactly it's 92 one second [TS]

  tracks so you can watch it [TS]

  counting up on your CD player if you're [TS]

  old and have a CD player until it [TS]

  reaches the bonus track and I just [TS]

  thought that was inspired help 98 and 99 [TS]

  he used them all [TS]

  yeah well and this was also the wish is [TS]

  the track that has the CD skipping on it [TS]

  like its it you know your presumably old [TS]

  enough to remember what CD sounded like [TS]

  when they skipped and this track the [TS]

  track literally has a section in it [TS]

  where it sounds like the CD has skipped [TS]

  and just as you get to the point where [TS]

  you think that's too much you think [TS]

  maybe really has skipped that carries on [TS]

  really think that may just be your CD [TS]

  trolling the listener has great stuff [TS]

  love it so thumbs up to a trainer and [TS]

  his his magnum opus of Rage broken [TS]

  ok 1992 very nice i'm going to for my [TS]

  fourth pic i'm going to choose I i'm [TS]

  back in the 21st century [TS]

  wow what is wrong with me 2003 i'm going [TS]

  to choose a the album by indie rock [TS]

  darlings death cab for cutie [TS]

  transatlanticism or perhaps [TS]

  transatlantic ism depending on how you'd [TS]

  like to handle it i think this is the [TS]

  best i love death cab for cutie i think [TS]

  this is their best album by far I could [TS]

  easily have the facts but that's it's a [TS]

  good vantage good one too but i think i [TS]

  think this is the best one and one of [TS]

  the things about I could listen to it [TS]

  forever in fact one of the reasons i [TS]

  could listen to it forever on repeat is [TS]

  that the sound at the end of the last [TS]

  track is also the sound at the beginning [TS]

  of the first track it is made to put to [TS]

  play on repeat forever and just a bunch [TS]

  of a bunch of great songs on there i [TS]

  think this is the best bob cohesive [TS]

  album but yes there are others as a [TS]

  photobooth EP probably ranks up there [TS]

  for me [TS]

  yeah there's some good stuff on there [TS]

  too although there's also some stuff I [TS]

  don't like but this one I kinda like [TS]

  everything wrong and this end it has my [TS]

  favorite my favorite death cab for cutie [TS]

  song is probably we looked like giants [TS]

  which is the track down on this one [TS]

  in the back of my gray subcompact [TS]

  slap [TS]

  death cab for cutie i love them and this [TS]

  is a good one so that brings us to the [TS]

  end of four rounds i would like to [TS]

  officially hear the sound of thunder and [TS]

  declare lighting around where you give [TS]

  me give me an album choice and a couple [TS]

  of sentences and we'll try to get [TS]

  through one or two rounds that way [TS]

  before we bring out the dead so Anthony [TS]

  all right and speaking of bringing out [TS]

  the dead i hope i can get away with [TS]

  choosing this uh this is the robot [TS]

  because I let you get the robot is a [TS]

  robot out a mr. roboto I think he's [TS]

  nobody's ever heard of sticks album know [TS]

  that's true I'm it is the isle of the [TS]

  dead by recommending of 1909 composition [TS]

  which is about 23 minutes long or short [TS]

  depending on the you know speedplay [TS]

  obviously I it's not really an album but [TS]

  it's a long enough piece that you can [TS]

  buy it you know sort of by itself with a [TS]

  few phila tracks at the end and it is a [TS]

  right man enough finest piece and one of [TS]

  in my opinion the finest pieces of [TS]

  classical music ever composed gloomy [TS]

  dark powerful brooding just absolutely [TS]

  amazing I again can listen to it over [TS]

  and over [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  ok [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Applause] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  I'll allow it [TS]

  thank you when i'm around America I am [TS]

  going to choose porno graffiti by [TS]

  extreme which low [TS]

  yeah no veteran court on the board [TS]

  really is like i said i'm a sucker for a [TS]

  concept album that's what this is its [TS]

  concept is you know it [TS]

  discussion of sex and money and [TS]

  decadence and it's just it rocks i [TS]

  listen to it to make sure it's still [TS]

  held up and it does it's got a couple of [TS]

  acoustic numbers to shake things up [TS]

  which of course got more radio play than [TS]

  the rest of the album together hearted [TS]

  wholehearted yeah other than those are [TS]

  their good songs too but i prefer the [TS]

  you know that this squealing guitars and [TS]

  you know this the musical stylings of [TS]

  one mr. nuno bettencourt because that [TS]

  man is amazing so you have point [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  I didn't know extreme was a Canadian [TS]

  they're not not more than improved by [TS]

  the importing play with me from the from [TS]

  the first album on to it is that's [TS]

  amazing out song i do like the first [TS]

  time candy lightning round what's a [TS]

  quick quick pic is horrible the horrible [TS]

  truth burma by mission of burma this is [TS]

  the live album from comp compiled from [TS]

  their 1983 farewell tour and it's as the [TS]

  acoustics are not great but that's great [TS]

  because mission Burma's when those bands [TS]

  that never really got out of the clubs [TS]

  so you really just smell the cigarette [TS]

  smoke and the the beer stale beer and [TS]

  the flammable carpeting that's being [TS]

  used the soundproofing everywhere and if [TS]

  for no other reason it gives me a easy [TS]

  access to that's when I reach for my [TS]

  revolver which is one of my favorite [TS]

  songs [TS]

  nice [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  cool David I'm going to class up the [TS]

  joint again [TS]

  okay haha my favorite George Gershwin [TS]

  album looked levante plays gershwin oh [TS]

  it's oscar levant with like the [TS]

  Philadelphia Orchestra and and I think [TS]

  the New York Philharmonic and one but [TS]

  it's you know it's rhapsody in blue [TS]

  everyone that's like you hear that when [TS]

  I'm going through the chicago airport [TS]

  right but it's also got things that you [TS]

  don't hear all the time like the second [TS]

  Rhapsody and Concerto in F the i got [TS]

  rhythm variations and and it's just [TS]

  delightful it is it is possibly my [TS]

  favorite any and he's he's one of the [TS]

  few people who plays them at the right [TS]

  pace Leonard base i'm just too slow [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  but also local event was like actually [TS]

  like it was basically the hand-picked [TS]

  interpreter of gershwin by the tree and [TS]

  ourselves [TS]

  yeah this is like as close as you get to [TS]

  hearing this as if there's any [TS]

  difference if there's any reference [TS]

  recording this is that if you watch the [TS]

  movie American in Paris he's in it and [TS]

  he has a fantasy sequence where he plays [TS]

  like the best section of the concerto in [TS]

  f is spectacular [TS]

  Steve what's your choice oh boy i feel [TS]

  like i need a real concept album on my [TS]

  list so i'm going to pick up that data [TS]

  Jethro tall's a passion play from 1973 [TS]

  this is the second of their album length [TS]

  song set at the first one was thick as a [TS]

  brick which was basically a parody of [TS]

  concept albums that Anderson came up [TS]

  with when people mistakenly thought [TS]

  Aqualung was a concept album and so he [TS]

  wrote it as sort of a joke [TS]

  critics loved it they thought it was [TS]

  great so he came back and said okay [TS]

  let's make another concept album will [TS]

  call it a passion play in this time [TS]

  it'll be a real concept album and [TS]

  critics hated it but I loved it i think [TS]

  it's great you're liking of it will [TS]

  basically mirror your tolerance for [TS]

  english fruitiness you can very smiley [TS]

  envision villagers prancing around the [TS]

  Maypole to this music the centerpiece [TS]

  it's still I mean even though it's a [TS]

  legit concept album it's still clearly [TS]

  kind of a goof on the form that the [TS]

  centerpiece of the of the album is [TS]

  literally they right in the middle of a [TS]

  musical break somebody shouts best it's [TS]

  the story of a half who lost his [TS]

  spectacles and they break into like a [TS]

  three-minute whimsical story like a [TS]

  jacket or a kind of thing and it's [TS]

  almost like a Peter and the wolf thing [TS]

  and then get back to the music and it's [TS]

  just there's its its inscrutable the [TS]

  lyrics or bizarre their story that makes [TS]

  no sense [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  it is one of my favorite albums of all [TS]

  time and I'm glad that everybody else [TS]

  hates it because there's a Titus pairs [TS]

  of shoes you'll ever wear and we're [TS]

  insisting you put them on right now [TS]

  Jethro tells a passion play all right [TS]

  very nice i didn't like it you can have [TS]

  your video tell you listen to this album [TS]

  but Stan's daddy for my from my [TS]

  lightning round pick i'm going to choose [TS]

  an album by a band that is really sort [TS]

  of just a front for the father of [TS]

  alternative rock mr. Bob Mould it's [TS]

  sugars copper blue from 1992 and sugar [TS]

  instead of Husker dus for DUI oh yeah [TS]

  well actually my backup bobble was going [TS]

  to be workbook his first solo album mr. [TS]

  do batting average problems on his crews [TS]

  angry i think and you talk about it just [TS]

  doesn't decide to talk about albums [TS]

  where the band is broken is broken up I [TS]

  guess technically baubles first first [TS]

  solo album is his half of warehouse [TS]

  tongue songs and stories by mr. do [TS]

  because that's two solo albums [TS]

  alternating tracks it's so sad that it's [TS]

  just like it's over guys just just give [TS]

  it give up but never blue he formed a [TS]

  band he wanted to do something different [TS]

  after his a couple of solo albums and it [TS]

  really defined i think to find a sound [TS]

  that had a lot of influence in the [TS]

  nineties but it was also bob mould [TS]

  trying to do something that that felt a [TS]

  little more current his style of music [TS]

  was actually a style that was popular in [TS]

  the mid-nineties for a brief moment and [TS]

  I think this might be his best-selling [TS]

  album as an artist and it is it's great [TS]

  love great tracks on that most [TS]

  specifically if I can't change your mind [TS]

  changes helpless and there's some nice [TS]

  really loud screamers on it too like the [TS]

  Act we act so and there's a little all [TS]

  about the end called a man on the moon [TS]

  so [TS]

  copy blue by sugar 1982 [TS]

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  one more lightning-round and then we [TS]

  will bring up the dead just one more [TS]

  Antony i am kind of amazed that nobody [TS]

  has picked this year although he just [TS]

  kind of freaked my point but I'm amazed [TS]

  that jason hasn't picked to Genesis [TS]

  album I got one going I've got one on [TS]

  the list almost did it but I haven't yet [TS]

  Foxtrot whoa alright huh I I went yeah i [TS]

  went the other way although I did [TS]

  consider Foxtrot I do like five little [TS]

  lighter [TS]

  yeah so what do you--what did you have [TS]

  like invisible touch with lamb lies down [TS]

  on broadway and west broadway really [TS]

  says you went in the other direction I [TS]

  mean well there's only two choices for [TS]

  best Genesis alpha man to be Foxtrot and [TS]

  we're still on Broadway clearly want to [TS]

  know I said she was out there anyway [TS]

  yeah Foxtrot four nonsense to third [TS]

  album fourth if you count from Genesis [TS]

  to Revelation which is no not all like [TS]

  Genesis it's the one where they really [TS]

  started to become the Genesis that [TS]

  everybody knew them as in the seventies [TS]

  and of course it features [TS]

  Supper's ready the almost entirety of [TS]

  sight to 23 minutes epic track that also [TS]

  funnily enough features a bit of like [TS]

  weird rocky whimsical storytelling does [TS]

  look becomes i was thinking of suppers [TS]

  ready when Steve was describing [TS]

  we're here and I was fraught with [TS]

  difficulty making this up and they [TS]

  burned through producers because it's [TS]

  such an odd out maybe putting suppers [TS]

  ready aside like so many strange things [TS]

  about it as i talked about with you [TS]

  Jason on that episode of unjust aligns [TS]

  you [TS]

  yeah it's it's a great album and if you [TS]

  think of Genesis as the phil collins [TS]

  band go back and listen to Foxtrot and [TS]

  be amazed [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  alright Erica I'm dipping back into the [TS]

  seventies again for my my last lightning [TS]

  round pick and that is a emmylou harris [TS]

  is elite hotel it was hard it was hard [TS]

  to take an Emmy Lou album but that is [TS]

  the one that i've got i love the most I [TS]

  think and have listened to the most [TS]

  times it is classic country it is all [TS]

  covers it's got her singing a lot of [TS]

  other people songs but it's it's doing [TS]

  covers right she puts her own spin on it [TS]

  they just they all sound great you got [TS]

  everything from here there and [TS]

  everywhere by the beatles to a couple [TS]

  grand parson songs i think her version [TS]

  of sin city is my favorite of of all the [TS]

  different versions I've heard including [TS]

  the gram parsons version it in and some [TS]

  classic country stuff like feeling [TS]

  single seeing double [TS]

  like you can't beat that song only girl [TS]

  i love turning turning that kind of [TS]

  thing around and her voice is just it's [TS]

  just amazing so love Amelia lucky what [TS]

  my probably [TS]

  there [TS]

  not as something mission [TS]

  hey [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  alright Andy lightning round quick quick [TS]

  I had a pic Barbara broadcast is not [TS]

  Hamilton ok it is the original broadway [TS]

  cast almost sweeney todd with Angela [TS]

  Lansbury amazing it's but there's songs [TS]

  here that are just bone-chilling but [TS]

  then you have songs like you know where [TS]

  they were singing about all the [TS]

  different ingredients they can put into [TS]

  the pies they're making out of the [TS]

  people that they're going to kill and so [TS]

  when you get down to have a lot of the [TS]

  last track of the first side a little [TS]

  priest and the priest is it really good [TS]

  at it too [TS]

  then again they don't can make things of [TS]

  the flesh with pretty french [TS]

  in fact I'm exact haven't you got pull [TS]

  it or something like that [TS]

  now you see the problem with and they're [TS]

  doing this like dad's about killing [TS]

  people and tricking their customers into [TS]

  eating human flesh and it's a very [TS]

  danceable singable song and what however [TS]

  however much however big the suite that [TS]

  God is going to give stephen sondheim in [TS]

  the afterlife they just keep add another [TS]

  edition on to it that he's got like four [TS]

  pools at 18 bathrooms and it by now [TS]

  alright the cut constantly building [TS]

  David what do you have played around I'm [TS]

  gonna pick something that I had never [TS]

  heard of the sky until my partner in [TS]

  theater said you need to listen to [TS]

  richard shindell great singer-songwriter [TS]

  great storyteller and i'm going to pick [TS]

  his live album courier which is a great [TS]

  sampler of his music up to that point [TS]

  there's a song and they're called [TS]

  fishing [TS]

  that is brilliant is it is basically an [TS]

  interrogation of someone immigrating to [TS]

  this country and it doesn't always go [TS]

  well there's a song called transit which [TS]

  is devastatingly beautiful it's about [TS]

  traffic in New Jersey and they're there [TS]

  is I it but it really is it's about [TS]

  traffic and a nun and a prison and oh my [TS]

  god and there's a song on there called [TS]

  are you happy now which that was the [TS]

  first song My partner played for me and [TS]

  he said there is a line in this song [TS]

  that you're gonna wish you had written [TS]

  and I'm like yeah right come on and son [TS]

  of a gun he was right [TS]

  I smash your pumpkin on the floor the [TS]

  candle flicker had my feet as [TS]

  governments across the moon [TS]

  the children peered into the room [TS]

  a cowboy shit on the porch Cinderella [TS]

  checked her watch waited in the street [TS]

  and in Jewish spurt trickortreat while [TS]

  the side supposed to do [TS]

  but there [TS]

  the dark i was amazed [TS]

  I think the true [TS]

  take the candy with you too [TS]

  right courier I i prefer his later album [TS]

  comic sans you're the only one who likes [TS]

  comics since Steve like comics and what [TS]

  do you have you wrong wrong person [TS]

  oh snap judgment on what the shortlist [TS]

  what if I got left [TS]

  all right i'm gonna take 1993 is modern [TS]

  life is rubbish by blur blur his first [TS]

  album was basically them trying to get a [TS]

  recording contract by pretending they [TS]

  were baggy it really doesn't work very [TS]

  well the lyrics of terrible they went on [TS]

  a tour of America that went horribly [TS]

  badly wrong they got way too drunk and [TS]

  and realize that their life was was shy [TS]

  and they came back and they wrote modern [TS]

  life is rubbish which just it drips with [TS]

  with world-weariness for such a young [TS]

  band about it is I think probably the [TS]

  best Bowie kinks fusion album of all [TS]

  time at his track after track is [TS]

  fantastic for tomorrow they're the [TS]

  opener I think rivals almost any song [TS]

  the nineties is the best song of that [TS]

  decade the lyrics are sharpened and [TS]

  wonderful and you there probably better [TS]

  known for their follow-up album parklife [TS]

  which is more of sort of a cheery view [TS]

  of of English life in the nineties this [TS]

  is there sort of lesser-known fast but [TS]

  somebody had an aneurysm [TS]

  yeah that's can not really true that no [TS]

  it's not it's not but if I think people [TS]

  get that impression from from stuff like [TS]

  girls and boys which is actually more [TS]

  than ironic exactly at the whole album [TS]

  is like it a sarcastic yes well the [TS]

  whole album is a sarcasm [TS]

  ok it's true i made out Damon Albarn is [TS]

  very very good at that is taking that [TS]

  approach and and sounding like he's he's [TS]

  really into something when in fact he's [TS]

  kind of commenting riley on how crappy [TS]

  if this of but i think i think this is [TS]

  probably his best album it is very very [TS]

  good from start to finish i would [TS]

  recommend the american version of the [TS]

  album which substitutes the demo version [TS]

  of chemical world which i think is [TS]

  superior and it also slots pop scene and [TS]

  at the end [TS]

  and where the record starts to falter [TS]

  but a great album regardless of which [TS]

  version you listen to highly recommended [TS]

  modern life is rubbish [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  alright I think you've been the Canadian [TS]

  bush could be we got our funding back [TS]

  thank you i decidedly don't spend the [TS]

  taxpayer money on anything those [TS]

  canadians well I for the last pick of [TS]

  the draft here before we go to bring out [TS]

  our dead i should probably close it up [TS]

  by picking a beatles album but we've had [TS]

  too many beatles albums chosen already [TS]

  quite frankly so instead i'm going to [TS]

  choose the 2004 release by the punk pop [TS]

  band say anything is a real boy [TS]

  it is fantastic and angry and poppy and [TS]

  it sounds like a very lost punk rock [TS]

  musical at several points and has songs [TS]

  get stuck in my head for days there is a [TS]

  the the current release added like seven [TS]

  more tracks basically it's like extra [TS]

  album added on the end of the original [TS]

  album and it's a you know max bemis is [TS]

  work is not for everyone but i think [TS]

  that I its it must be for me it is [TS]

  really a trait loud melodic pump pop and [TS]

  so i'm going to choose say anything is a [TS]

  real boy [TS]

  i watch 12 right where you're standing [TS]

  yeah right boy this starting point [TS]

  Oh [TS]

  what [TS]

  Tracy [TS]

  I won't let you [TS]

  this is a very quick break i just want [TS]

  to tell you about four new additions to [TS]

  the incomparable family you may not have [TS]

  heard of we brought in a new podcast [TS]

  called cartoon cast starring michael [TS]

  sergeant and christina warren it's all [TS]

  about cartoons and other animated things [TS]

  and it posts fortnightly it's a lot of [TS]

  fun you should check it out a foot is a [TS]

  monthly ? it's a mystery about mysteries [TS]

  podcast hosted by our very own Glenn [TS]

  fleischmann would pot for him you may [TS]

  have heard of it is about the musical [TS]

  Hamilton if you were going to take a [TS]

  track-by-track and we're going to talk [TS]

  about them all with various panels a lot [TS]

  of interesting stuff going on there and [TS]

  finally a brand-new to the network we've [TS]

  brought over John McCoy's podcast [TS]

  sophomore lit the great idea i love the [TS]

  concept revisiting those books you were [TS]

  signed in high school now that you're a [TS]

  grown-up and how do they hold up and do [TS]

  they hold up to like them better now do [TS]

  you like worse now [TS]

  sophomore lit I've been on a couple of [TS]

  times John Syracuse has been on a couple [TS]

  of times it's a lot of fun so check [TS]

  those out you can get to all of them at [TS]

  the incomparable dot-com and that closes [TS]

  out the the the album draft we are [TS]

  officially done now I would like to ask [TS]

  everybody to bring out your dead tell me [TS]

  what else was on your list that you [TS]

  didn't choose Anthony you did choose [TS]

  draconian times the reptile house EP [TS]

  scheduled days do look the Isle of the [TS]

  Dead and Foxtrot what did you not choose [TS]

  how long have we go [TS]

  this blast just blast through him ok [TS]

  1977 before-and-after science by Brian [TS]

  note which was an album that I first [TS]

  heard first dozen times I heard it I was [TS]

  on acid is a manner first dozen rooms [TS]

  yeah for galavan out and water are Ian's [TS]

  fables of the reconstruction you won't [TS]

  even let us also heard fantastic up the [TS]

  essential world [TS]

  Kate Bush's opens from behind her best [TS]

  album without question [TS]

  rough night in Jericho by dreams so real [TS]

  another band from Athens Georgia who [TS]

  nobody else's hood off [TS]

  it's one of the best debut albums you [TS]

  have ever heard like imagine if REM were [TS]

  better musicians and wrote love songs [TS]

  that's what this album is every single [TS]

  track is incredibly catchy [TS]

  as only Keating's one cello by 16 natoma [TS]

  also anything yet fast musician chalice [TS]

  two plays with electronic loops and [TS]

  stuff [TS]

  this was a first full-length album [TS]

  brilliant type of negatives October rust [TS]

  which is where they finally got a budget [TS]

  and made this lush powerful romantic and [TS]

  heartbreaking gothic metal album [TS]

  Motorhead's no remorse which is a [TS]

  fantastic early compilation but also has [TS]

  killed by death on the end which is [TS]

  their best track ever my dying bride is [TS]

  Turner's the Swans bleak funeral doom [TS]

  metal opus their finest album far beyond [TS]

  driven by pantera the heaviest nastiest [TS]

  groove metal album ever stop 442 by [TS]

  anthrax relentlessly heavy and [TS]

  percussive album that just comes out of [TS]

  the gate over 200 miles an hour and does [TS]

  not slow down the manufactured by fear [TS]

  factory mechanized thrash metal that [TS]

  basically single-handedly signal the [TS]

  popular taste change from thrush to [TS]

  industrial in the nineties a hybrid [TS]

  theory by linkin park i will fight [TS]

  anyone who says Linkin Park are not [TS]

  metal and this album is still sounds [TS]

  every bit as modern catchy today is it [TS]

  and i'm using 15 years ago perhaps your [TS]

  crew 2000 by white zombie what I am made [TS]

  one really great album but it is so [TS]

  great that it doesn't matter you have [TS]

  every storm by neurosis incredibly [TS]

  powerful post-metal doom every track is [TS]

  like an epic composition of relentless [TS]

  death [TS]

  Wolverine believable into that lunge and [TS]

  rock'n'roll and death metal if you [TS]

  wanted to know what blues metal would [TS]

  sound like the answer is swedish and [TS]

  very heavy year of no light plays [TS]

  vampire this French outfit they only put [TS]

  out one out of every five years in this [TS]

  one is a soundtrack to an obscure [TS]

  black-and-white 1932 indie horror movie [TS]

  and it is amazing go on youtube people [TS]

  have put it to the movie is fantastic [TS]

  and finally ride the lightning by [TS]

  metallica because you have to have the [TS]

  celica album it's the law [TS]

  Erica what are your leftovers i might [TS]

  break a lot of my friends Metallica [TS]

  we've got it now we've got those [TS]

  metallic l100 my life taking care of any [TS]

  of this great but thanks Indian like a [TS]

  difference on this point as long as you [TS]

  have your fine [TS]

  ok so first of all back to the seventies [TS]

  and my childhood between the lines by [TS]

  Janis Ian beautiful singer songwriter [TS]

  you might recognize the song at 17 from [TS]

  plenty of those nineteen seventies [TS]

  compilation album commercials [TS]

  that's when she was most known for love [TS]

  it next why should the fire died by [TS]

  nickel creek i love nickel creek there's [TS]

  sort of a fusion of bluegrass and pop [TS]

  kind of and one of my favorite songs [TS]

  ever jealous of the moon is on that [TS]

  album actually co-written by gary lewis [TS]

  from the Jayhawks so there you go [TS]

  I do have my beatles album and for me [TS]

  it's rubber sole [TS]

  I just love those songs there early [TS]

  music is poppy the later music got more [TS]

  experimental I feel like this is right [TS]

  in the middle so it's kind of my sweet [TS]

  spot my favorite musical genre however i [TS]

  think overall is pop-punk so I've got a [TS]

  couple of those start static is the [TS]

  first album by a band called sugar [TS]

  called my love I think pop-punk for me [TS]

  at its best is upbeat and poppy music [TS]

  with very cynical and depressing lyrics [TS]

  and I think nobody does that better than [TS]

  sugarcult next is my dinosaur life by [TS]

  motion city soundtrack another Twin [TS]

  Cities band its pop punk with all the [TS]

  fields as they say on tumblr deals with [TS]

  themes of addiction and relationships [TS]

  and just has melodies and harmonies that [TS]

  just kick butt American Idiot by [TS]

  greenday can't do this without a green [TS]

  day album and again i love my concept [TS]

  albums the punk rock opera about the [TS]

  disillusionment with the state of the [TS]

  United States at the time specifically [TS]

  the iraq war and what was going on [TS]

  around that just I love lots and lots of [TS]

  green two albums but i think because [TS]

  that one has the connecting thread i [TS]

  probably like it the best the music [TS]

  scene in madison wisconsin is actually [TS]

  awesome couple albums from there there's [TS]

  a band called mono box that came up with [TS]

  an album called sausalito monoblocks one [TS]

  the garageband dot-com $250,000 album [TS]

  contest and got to go to California and [TS]

  her album produced by Jerry Harrison and [TS]

  that is the element came out of it is [TS]

  amazing [TS]

  sweet melodies not locals also sold so [TS]

  it's not just a clever name sausalito [TS]

  was actually recorded in sausalito which [TS]

  is about like five miles from my house [TS]

  alright it's not a clever name not just [TS]

  a clever name and it's it's not a clever [TS]

  native now it's not even a name it's a [TS]

  literally going outside and looked at [TS]

  the street side [TS]

  yeah that's right yeah like yeah like [TS]

  abbey road [TS]

  awful things happened with that for band [TS]

  after the album was recorded by the [TS]

  album is really really good then we have [TS]

  a sunspot is another band from Madison I [TS]

  i love their albums all of them but my [TS]

  favorite i think is Neanderthal because [TS]

  they sort of style themselves as arena [TS]

  rock for geeks and I think that is the [TS]

  geekiest album got songs about violent [TS]

  video games so one song is called power [TS]

  word kill the little dungeons and [TS]

  dragons not they're really good geek [TS]

  rock check that out [TS]

  you just did some sort of the the [TS]

  singer-songwriter thing is another [TS]

  another thing i'm drawn back to a lot so [TS]

  I i love the album little voice by sara [TS]

  bareilles her debut [TS]

  I think she's just fantastic another [TS]

  sarah sarah harmer back to the Canadian [TS]

  side of things her album you were here [TS]

  is one of my favorites and I was it [TS]

  discovered that again before i moved to [TS]

  Canada [TS]

  speak for yourself by imogen heap like [TS]

  the singer-songwriter huh [TS]

  it's a little more electronic and [TS]

  experimental I think she's just [TS]

  fantastic wonderful back to Canada again [TS]

  for the aforementioned wailin jennys [TS]

  with their album 40 days because their [TS]

  debut some of the most transportive and [TS]

  beautiful harmonies you will ever hear [TS]

  I've heard them live a few times and [TS]

  they are everybody's good live as they [TS]

  are on the album if not even a little [TS]

  better so they're just they're that good [TS]

  I had trouble picking an alice in chains [TS]

  album but i decided to go with sap since [TS]

  we've got gps allowed it is it's kind of [TS]

  weird but it's again got beautiful [TS]

  harmonies which is another thing that [TS]

  draws me in so I'll stop by also chains [TS]

  sister sweetly by big head todd and the [TS]

  monsters which is relaxed almost Jamrock [TS]

  but not quite because i don't actually [TS]

  like shamrock that's a good one couple [TS]

  instrumentals bowling suite for flute [TS]

  and jazz piano by claude bolling and [TS]

  jean-pierre rampal which is a great [TS]

  thing to listen to in the springtime [TS]

  when you're cleaning house if you need [TS]

  help falling asleep i recommend [TS]

  unaccountable effect by with story which [TS]

  is kind of a new agey piano album which [TS]

  is very relaxing [TS]

  I love that traveling wilburys vol.1 [TS]

  just because I like the Wilburys got to [TS]

  have a supergroup august and everything [TS]

  after by counting crows you get that [TS]

  singer-songwriter feel but more the full [TS]

  full band rock and roll [TS]

  and then a fever you can't sweat out by [TS]

  panic at the disco because how can you [TS]

  not love an album with song titles like [TS]

  the only difference between martyrdom [TS]

  and suicide is press coverage or lying [TS]

  is the most fun a girl can have without [TS]

  taking her clothes off which [TS]

  incidentally is a line from the film [TS]

  closer and last but not least countdown [TS]

  to extinction by megadeth because again [TS]

  wow that's that's other Canadians get [TS]

  around the metallica law the i should [TS]

  say i didn't mention your actual choices [TS]

  against Stardust and the spiders from [TS]

  Mars a court and spark harvest sound of [TS]

  Lies pornography tea and elite hotel [TS]

  Andy you chose abbey road together again [TS]

  Tony Bennett Elevens the spine Lucia [TS]

  dilemma more horrible truth about Burma [TS]

  and the sweeney todd cast album what are [TS]

  your leftovers [TS]

  ok leftovers would be divers the joint [TS]

  Newsome's new albums coming out few [TS]

  months ago and make just indescribable [TS]

  instrumental is that if you said that [TS]

  you would love a harp album [TS]

  there you go it's not easy she's a [TS]

  little bit like zoe keating where it's [TS]

  like oh my oh no not album of chilling [TS]

  music but no it's not like classical [TS]

  cello music it's just again defies [TS]

  description couldn't stand the weather [TS]

  by stevie ray vaughn and double trouble [TS]

  just makes you feel inadequate about [TS]

  anything that you think that you do well [TS]

  just listen to Stevie Ray Vaughn play [TS]

  the guitar girl talk all day which is [TS]

  great Gillis's a musician who does like [TS]

  these mashup albums has samples of I had [TS]

  looked up 372 songs by other artists and [TS]

  just can eat listen to it as 72 musics [TS]

  of unbroken music of just one song and [TS]

  it's me it's quite amazing [TS]

  Johnny Cash nachos American Recordings [TS]

  not his earlier stuff I'll i thought [TS]

  that when he got to the end of the line [TS]

  where he's just ever on a regular basis [TS]

  just walking to the studio with his [TS]

  guitar and recording with somebody's [TS]

  higher just to be standing by Casey [TS]

  decide you want to record that day you [TS]

  just you feel the leather in his voice [TS]

  this is an old man was looking back on a [TS]

  life it's the amazing stuff [TS]

  my aim is true Elvis Costello and after [TS]

  we're going to pick one hell of a huge [TS]

  nostalgic pick for me but it holds up [TS]

  Sinatra at the sands when the best live [TS]

  albums ever if you want to get one [TS]

  Sinatra album this will remind you of [TS]

  all the things that you are think are [TS]

  great about Sinatra and also remind you [TS]

  that he actually got there not by being [TS]

  a colorful character but by being an [TS]

  amazing vocalist let yourself go by [TS]

  kristin chenoweth before she really [TS]

  broke she recorded this album of [TS]

  Broadway Broadway songs not not [TS]

  necessarily famous ones either also [TS]

  features jason alexander in a duet which [TS]

  you forgot that he did win a Tony Award [TS]

  for musical performance before becoming [TS]

  george costanza no doubt Rocksteady I [TS]

  just love the electronic bass behind it [TS]

  rodrigo and gabriela their first [TS]

  self-titled album just this amazing duet [TS]

  acoustic guitar that taught me that oh [TS]

  you can actually slap you can actually [TS]

  slap the guitar and use it as a [TS]

  percussion instrument as you go which [TS]

  had an effect upon both my ukulele [TS]

  playing and the number of times have to [TS]

  replace ukuleles a couple of soundtracks [TS]

  the high-fidelity soundtrack right let's [TS]

  see it lets you get beyond the Great you [TS]

  can't you pick a greatest hits album but [TS]

  boy this is obviously when you put music [TS]

  together for a soundtrack there they are [TS]

  almost always thematically linked and [TS]

  these are all songs of the time [TS]

  featuring songs you might have heard of [TS]

  but mostly deep cuts from albums that [TS]

  maybe you already had the second album [TS]

  is the second soundtrack is the [TS]

  soundtrack from repo man which is just i [TS]

  bought the cassette and I had to keep [TS]

  doubling it and replacing it because it [TS]

  was just as if is it whenever I hear it [TS]

  he pops in repo man I am on my three [TS]

  speed huffy bicycle and i am like [TS]

  tooling out from from from school to go [TS]

  see Empire Strikes Back the first [TS]

  screening at the showcase cinemas [TS]

  because it's just not only is a great [TS]

  album but again [TS]

  heavy heavy nostalgia borings not on was [TS]

  never [TS]

  I had room again i'm a i'm a kid and [TS]

  after remind myself that I can't even [TS]

  though i'm singing that song out loud [TS]

  when I'm walking to school I can't sing [TS]

  it out loud inside the house the girls [TS]

  turned the color of haha gotta wear [TS]

  hablo by El Dorado he was only five foot [TS]

  three girls this is stare [TS]

  hello castle was never Colin visible [TS]

  soon [TS]

  Warren Zevon pretty much all of it but I [TS]

  picked excitable boy because you get [TS]

  rolling the headless thompson gunner [TS]

  werewolves of london and lawyers guns [TS]

  and money but also you get accidentally [TS]

  like a martyr which is I cannot add on [TS]

  this album my also my rides here from [TS]

  the board even couldn't pick between [TS]

  those two chiefly because i really like [TS]

  my my rights here [TS]

  my my rights here [TS]

  sacrificial and my lord byron's luggage [TS]

  just all this good stuff [TS]

  join together this witch who's who live [TS]

  album that is based on their 1989 @ 25th [TS]

  anniversary tour and highlight is they [TS]

  play the entirety of Tommy from start to [TS]

  finish live and this was before they [TS]

  stop giving a damn about what they were [TS]

  doing so there's just nothing but energy [TS]

  is like filled with middle-aged people [TS]

  who are really excited to be there [TS]

  Stevie Wonder songs in the key of life [TS]

  that's just one of those songs you [TS]

  should be issued its sometimes I think [TS]

  about how certain singer-songwriters [TS]

  stops songwriting and like Stevie Wonder [TS]

  is not releasing really new albums but [TS]

  when you release a body of work that [TS]

  includes songs the key of life you get [TS]

  to take the left the last four years of [TS]

  your career off thats great lets you [TS]

  skip over one because i was impulsive [TS]

  divine divine perish before it was well [TS]

  it's like I i added to the list like [TS]

  stiff little stiff little fingers guitar [TS]

  and drum I just remember really really [TS]

  liking it but then like four at the time [TS]

  but then like not can't hang around [TS]

  lightning round lightning round oh I'm [TS]

  sorry sorry sorry [TS]

  the divine one by Sarah Vaughn gotta [TS]

  serve on just again a masterful voice [TS]

  last two for your pleasure by roxy music [TS]

  this melodic long songs that just one [TS]

  make you take this take a soak and i'm [TS]

  going to say any strength selves app [TS]

  album that has peaches and regalia [TS]

  because there are a lot of albums and [TS]

  it's on a lot of them my favorite Zappa [TS]

  song and another one of those stop the [TS]

  day dead and just listen and focus and [TS]

  enjoy David anything-goes cast out in [TS]

  concert in Central Park simon and [TS]

  garfunkel something fierce together [TS]

  alone [TS]

  levante plays gershwin and courier what [TS]

  are your picture didn't pick up [TS]

  well Andy took care of Elvis Costello [TS]

  and warren zevon for me so awesome [TS]

  this was kind of a Stockholm Syndrome [TS]

  thing but music for the masses by [TS]

  depeche mode as I heard it so many times [TS]

  album yes it is an album I had 101 on my [TS]

  extra extended list yeah that's on [TS]

  that's on my long list yeah kind of blew [TS]

  by Miles Davis anything by diana krall [TS]

  but if I had to pick one would either be [TS]

  from this moment on or all for you a [TS]

  tribute to the net King Cole trio just [TS]

  mention how bold it is to name album [TS]

  kind of blue house without miles and [TS]

  kind of blue [TS]

  that's miles Roy Hargrove with the [TS]

  Tanners of our time maybe my favorite [TS]

  jazz album of all silver jubilee by [TS]

  riders in the sky [TS]

  if you're in the mood for cowboys going [TS]

  righteousness sons of the pioneers style [TS]

  music but done really really well and [TS]

  they're funny [TS]

  the beam weighs drink upstream from [TS]

  heard that's right it's not the easy way [TS]

  but it wouldn't be the cowboy way the [TS]

  beatles either river solar revolver so [TS]

  i'll pick revolver since Erica took [TS]

  result Emmylou Harris at the ryman [TS]

  auditorium great album i had to have a [TS]

  comedy album so report from Hoople pdq [TS]

  bach on the air it's it's like two fake [TS]

  radio shows featuring pdq bach but it's [TS]

  it's accessible to anyone you wof wide [TS]

  and the one Christmas album i listen to [TS]

  year-round all the time [TS]

  a Charlie Brown Christmas follow ya know [TS]

  Jose Feliciano that's just in my head [TS]

  but I don't listen to it [TS]

  ok let's sing it right now it's not [TS]

  David that's it okay that's good less [TS]

  Steve bring out your dead oh you chose [TS]

  by the way i should say this upfront [TS]

  because that's the format for today when [TS]

  I choose Jason if you chose the Beatles [TS]

  White Album Lovelace metal nonmetal [TS]

  metal broken a passion play and modern [TS]

  life is rubbish [TS]

  I have no recollection of choosing those [TS]

  albums just take them through yours [TS]

  all right way I'll take them they're [TS]

  good okay i have a short list which is [TS]

  one that almost made the cut and a long [TS]

  list which is ones that I almost almost [TS]

  get cut so i will i will go I will go [TS]

  very quickly through these are the [TS]

  shortlist [TS]

  I can't believe I didn't put one of [TS]

  these songs or albums by this band on [TS]

  their XTC either oranges and lemons [TS]

  yeah good good oranges and lemons is [TS]

  just a sparkling pop gem loveth great [TS]

  songs and a three-and-a-half minute dick [TS]

  joke in pink thing which is just [TS]

  something in English settlement which is [TS]

  just chock-full of a 12-string guitar [TS]

  which I just love especially when it's [TS]

  not coupled with the hippie stylings of [TS]

  roger McGuinn that the Stone Roses [TS]

  eponymous album the stone roses from 99 [TS]

  just a fantastic album and end it's no [TS]

  surprise they couldn't follow it up [TS]

  although I liked it The Electric Light [TS]

  orchestras 1977 opus out-of-the-blue [TS]

  overstuffed with great ideas and [TS]

  massively overproduced and end it is [TS]

  just a fantastic listening experience [TS]

  you know you know Jeff Lynne is one of [TS]

  those guys who are you can tell he's [TS]

  involved with anything [TS]

  it's it has his sound right he has that [TS]

  sound and and so if you've heard out of [TS]

  the blue then you've also heard the [TS]

  Traveling Wilburys and free as a bird by [TS]

  the Beatles and Elvis in his hometown [TS]

  steady mystery girl indeed if you've [TS]

  heard them all [TS]

  yep yep and i love them all as a matter [TS]

  of fact because i find his style [TS]

  fantastic yeah he's very good he's like [TS]

  he's like he's like that with danny [TS]

  elfman is for soundtracks his face from [TS]

  my hometown [TS]

  oh I a more recent lesser-known pics [TS]

  gorilla by the Super Furry Animals Welsh [TS]

  band just love the flow of this album it [TS]

  it speaks to the part of me that that [TS]

  sequence mixtapes back in the nineties [TS]

  you know you put the fast song here and [TS]

  then you slow down into a nice low [TS]

  lilting number and then you put the [TS]

  crazy electronica there are a lot of [TS]

  rules really really good and Black [TS]

  Sabbath paranoid which wich yes that's [TS]

  Abbott created a metal with their first [TS]

  album and they perfected it with [TS]

  paranoid i think just so have you heard [TS]

  the typo negative cover version of [TS]

  paranoid i believe i did once upon a [TS]

  time I was not as amazing it's like 10 [TS]

  minutes longer quarter of the speed the [TS]

  rectum iron man in the middle it sounds [TS]

  nothing like the original it's fantastic [TS]

  i always found type o-negative kind of a [TS]

  hard too hard to listen to but maybe [TS]

  I'll go I'll are my long list [TS]

  I won't say much about these Adam and [TS]

  the ants prince charming i love [TS]

  in the ants in any form I think this is [TS]

  that I think this is the perfect album [TS]

  for him where I'm not going to say [TS]

  anything more about this because I said [TS]

  I was gonna go fast [TS]

  yeah great comeback album for the b-52 [TS]

  is cosmic thing I think and it's [TS]

  wonderful out I unknown album from the [TS]

  boo radleys called giant steps which i [TS]

  think is one of the great albums of the [TS]

  nineties the Breeders last splash [TS]

  terrific Kim deal album every song is [TS]

  great it has echoes of shoegaze in it [TS]

  and I think it's just perfect album the [TS]

  cars eponymous first album the cars [TS]

  which has pretty much all of the big [TS]

  hits that everybody knows by the cars [TS]

  and they're all fantastic that's not [TS]

  that's not true but ok everybody knows [TS]

  the songs on heartbeat city but that's [TS]

  not necessarily a harpy city but I think [TS]

  everybody who actually likes music knows [TS]

  the songs on the color i agree with that [TS]

  i agree with that it's just I think that [TS]

  everybody remembers you might think [TS]

  instead [TS]

  that's probably true yes or shake it up [TS]

  well but who thought the cause of all [TS]

  the buttons would start a hutch also [TS]

  also well speaking of fountains of wayne [TS]

  fountains of wayne is essentially the [TS]

  cars so right yeah down there another [TS]

  great shoegaze album that nobody's ever [TS]

  heard of chapter houses whirlpool [TS]

  fantastic actually a song that got radio [TS]

  play uh which in the in the form of [TS]

  pearl which is a very good song cheap [TS]

  tricks heaven tonight they're probably [TS]

  their best album do I couldn't decide [TS]

  between their first album are we not men [TS]

  we are devo and they're probably best [TS]

  and album freedom of choice both great [TS]

  duran duran's Rio they get no respect [TS]

  because they were so darn pretty but man [TS]

  rios a good time if you like the killers [TS]

  by the way you'd like to render and [TS]

  because the killers is just surrender [TS]

  and I more recent choice very [TS]

  intricately played Bar music and form of [TS]

  the fratellis Costello music another [TS]

  terrific album just a load of fun to [TS]

  listen to the human leagues dare [TS]

  yes like to say that way because the ! [TS]

  good and everybody knows I you want [TS]

  don't you want me right and to a lesser [TS]

  extent seconds but i love the whole [TS]

  album it's great [TS]

  synth rock from the kind [TS]

  the pioneering period of that and and if [TS]

  you can stand what's-his-name Phil okay [TS]

  Phil Hokies voice for more than 20 [TS]

  minutes at a data sitting task analysis [TS]

  but i love it i love it but it's I think [TS]

  it's a love it or hate it kind of thing [TS]

  the Judy bats down in shacks with a [TS]

  satellite dishes grow little-known [TS]

  banned from Tennessee and this is just a [TS]

  wonderful album the lilies xam the [TS]

  photon band the best album pink floyd [TS]

  never recorded Liz Phair's exile Island [TS]

  ival around fantastic statement of [TS]

  feminism and also a great album [TS]

  Metallica I go with master of puppets [TS]

  it's the one that hooked me but it is [TS]

  the law that this be on my list of there [TS]

  is it's going it's going to be lining [TS]

  your pockets so you know that's right [TS]

  Eileen Eileen passengers you're like it [TS]

  already acquire or south of the Equator [TS]

  strangely better those are my those are [TS]

  my choices when I go to the theater [TS]

  lightning her puppet somebody just [TS]

  combine lightning and puppets in some [TS]

  way now they have a monster there'd be [TS]

  fewer properties are through my choice [TS]

  for best ministry album the land of rape [TS]

  and honey I think it fuses his early [TS]

  sort of sin mob leanings with that the [TS]

  later thunderous stuff and and stigma is [TS]

  just a mind-blower thieves is pretty [TS]

  good too [TS]

  these incredible yet I i could put minus [TS]

  double think it tastes on there too [TS]

  because that is also a great album a [TS]

  potentially controversial choice and emo [TS]

  album my chemical romance's the black [TS]

  parade another look great lost pink [TS]

  floyd album it is super if you're afraid [TS]

  of emo if you're afraid of my chemical [TS]

  romance i recommend giving this a listen [TS]

  it has shades of bowie it has a lot of [TS]

  great stuff in it is a terrific album [TS]

  give it a go [TS]

  it's a little it's a little tower but [TS]

  otherwise it's pretty good [TS]

  pale Saints the comforts of badness [TS]

  another great shoegaze album this is so [TS]

  Philip mosel Act doesn't freak out and [TS]

  say nobody mentioned the Pixies i'm [TS]

  going to put Trump monde out there I a [TS]

  totally unknown band prolapse the [TS]

  Italian flag is a wonderful plotting [TS]

  thunderous album that deserves to be [TS]

  better known my REM pic controversial [TS]

  will be green [TS]

  they're sellout album which i think is [TS]

  just wonderful and end domestic album [TS]

  yeah I'm radiohead the bends some [TS]

  bastard took that so i gotta scratch [TS]

  that off the bucket rush this is my [TS]

  choice for rush album hemispheres i love [TS]

  the song hemispheres I think it's [TS]

  terrific and at the unlike 2112 the [TS]

  other songs on the album are also great [TS]

  slowed I of another shoegaze band [TS]

  souvlaki is a terrific great mood piece [TS]

  and the sticks album my pic his pieces [TS]

  of eight great song and end super [TS]

  grasses i should coco and lastly mine [TS]

  own album from tripping daisy called [TS]

  Jesus hits like the atom bomb which is [TS]

  another very layered pop album that [TS]

  really kind of digs its hooks into you [TS]

  and does not let go that is my long list [TS]

  and my shortlist alright goodnight well [TS]

  and good luck weapons and here here are [TS]

  my did I might my beetles pic unlike [TS]

  everyone else might be able to pick is [TS]

  revolver [TS]

  I think revolver is the superior Beatles [TS]

  I'd revolver did you pick revolver with [TS]

  that in that lately [TS]

  oh that really was that's what I would [TS]

  have picked if if you'd pick that before [TS]

  ever sold before me so high five [TS]

  alright is nobody picking Sergeant [TS]

  Pepper here's another concept albums [TS]

  that i love it but i like i love i love [TS]

  all of them but one of them will always [TS]

  be a stand-up for for somebody [TS]

  yeah it's die just die i have gone I've [TS]

  gone through the process of loving all [TS]

  the beatles albums is my favorite when [TS]

  they were released on CD and I i [TS]

  discovered them as a listener in high [TS]

  school and but revolver is the one that [TS]

  is for for this time in my life [TS]

  revolver is the one that is my favorite [TS]

  sergeant pepper is better known as a [TS]

  concept album then as a batch of great [TS]

  song yeah which it really a true i think [TS]

  it's a lesson match so I have revolver [TS]

  on my list i also have revolver on my [TS]

  list by which i mean girlfriend by [TS]

  matthew sweet which isn't in a fantastic [TS]

  by power pop album that is essentially a [TS]

  replay of revolvers in many ways it [TS]

  sounds the same [TS]

  it's a kind of amazing the self-titled [TS]

  eponymous thank you [TS]

  Crowded House by crowded house i can [TS]

  pick the REM a compilation of the [TS]

  eponymous worldwide [TS]

  you know and I definitely not uh crack [TS]

  houses first album which I love a [TS]

  bobbled first solo album workbook which [TS]

  is a spectacular speaking of a of not [TS]

  caring about the lyrics and who could do [TS]

  he really didn't care if you heard his [TS]

  voice at all and workbook you can hear [TS]

  Bob Mould singing a friend of mine who [TS]

  introduced me to this album said at one [TS]

  point in the middle of heartbreak a [TS]

  stranger he said listen that Bob Mould [TS]

  singing and like yeah apparently you can [TS]

  do that no one knew before then because [TS]

  who's gonna do the air-conditioned [TS]

  imogen heap i'm going to pick details by [TS]

  frou frou which is where i first [TS]

  discovered imogen heap I think it's a [TS]

  fitness so close to being on my heart [TS]

  collaboration with guy six worth it's [TS]

  fantastic i could have the cover of [TS]

  holding out for a hero and I know I [TS]

  think that's just unlike a shrek [TS]

  soundtrack but details is great and all [TS]

  the all the imogen heap solo albums are [TS]

  great i really had a hard time picking [TS]

  but i ended up going with details [TS]

  you don't need to pick a greatest hits [TS]

  album we none of us did that some of us [TS]

  cheated and pick live albums [TS]

  I'm gonna pick hotel california by the [TS]

  eagles it is essentially a greatest i'll [TS]

  be the greatest and it's just an album [TS]

  and it is great r.i.p glenn frey random [TS]

  access memories by daft punk i think is [TS]

  a fantastic album so i'm going to put [TS]

  that in my on my list here lamb lies [TS]

  down on broadway by Genesis there it is [TS]

  from total wet sprocket dosinia which I [TS]

  think this is their best album [TS]

  um I actually an how could I forget that [TS]

  I a simple you're welcome and i am and [TS]

  also throughout I think better than any [TS]

  of the total bottoms is glen phillips [TS]

  for solo album which is called ambulams [TS]

  fantastic solo album field day by [TS]

  marshall crenshaw is one of the roots of [TS]

  power pop it is a fantastic sounding [TS]

  really atmospheric spacious power pop [TS]

  album from 1980 1891 very early in the [TS]

  eighties and Marshall Crenshaw has great [TS]

  power pop artist in general but that is [TS]

  a dozen really good early eighties album [TS]

  my rush album is signals i like signals [TS]

  signals good it's a good album it's sort [TS]

  of right in the middle he's out at the [TS]

  end for me yeah it does a little bit but [TS]

  for me rush rush you know gets gets very [TS]

  popular later and [TS]

  is really hard rock more hard rocky [TS]

  earlier and signals is kind of a nice [TS]

  happy medium for me before we get to the [TS]

  big money and all the kids a great song [TS]

  yeah the best beatles album released in [TS]

  the nineties the seeds of love by Tears [TS]

  for Fears yeah i like the hurting but [TS]

  that's good to all the hotels class [TS]

  today you know it is a good album and uh [TS]

  and i will finish with purple rain by [TS]

  mr. Prince which is a spectacular and [TS]

  also i love you [TS]

  although i really would I i can [TS]

  construct a you know again it's [TS]

  difficult because I there's some prince [TS]

  songs that i love that are scattered [TS]

  across many of his albums but there is [TS]

  that's nice a minute he's made so many [TS]

  that's it we have we have is that all [TS]

  you never listen to you more [TS]

  yeah-hoo-hoo forgot any you think this [TS]

  podcast was long but trust me to listen [TS]

  to everything we've just described would [TS]

  take a very long time but that's we have [TS]

  cost you seven dollars find that you can [TS]

  pretty much just skip everybody else's [TS]

  albums and just listen to my this sure [TS]

  if you want to and people are free to do [TS]

  that however they want well that's it we [TS]

  have come to the end of the album graph [TS]

  that would like to thank my drafters one [TS]

  last time Anthony Johnson thank you for [TS]

  being here [TS]

  you're very welcome can I just quickly [TS]

  say if the last two hours hasn't killed [TS]

  you and you are insane and therefore [TS]

  want to hear me talking more about music [TS]

  and specifically about metal i do a show [TS]

  called thrash it out with my good friend [TS]

  brian landry where we take it in turns [TS]

  to pick a heavy metal album make the [TS]

  other person listen to it and then argue [TS]

  about whether or not it's any good [TS]

  it's a lot of fun and it is it thrash it [TS]

  out podcast.com excellent shameless plug [TS]

  that's gonna go i knowi he seemed to [TS]

  expressly one the incomparable never [TS]

  slight shame slide shame at the erica [TS]

  erica enzyme thank you very much for [TS]

  being here and I'm glad I snipe some of [TS]

  your pics and reminded you of other [TS]

  favorites [TS]

  yeah you did I want to go into delta air [TS]

  right now well it's good good record and [TS]

  Aiko thank you you did you did bring a [TS]

  lot of class to the joint with opera and [TS]

  tony bennett which I am impressed by so [TS]

  thank you i'm very proud that my [TS]

  lifelong ability to know what anybody's [TS]

  listening to in any given moment has [TS]

  once it was for once actually turned out [TS]

  to be nice thank you it's paid off [TS]

  David Laura thank you very much [TS]

  akc could you please play Papa don't you [TS]

  run so fast by the yardbirds thanks a [TS]

  lot Bob in Seattle [TS]

  well Bob here's your long-distance [TS]

  dedication Steve lots thank you very [TS]

  much i I'm not gonna sell eight copies [TS]

  of the three ep's by the beta band but [TS]

  Jason I have I have regrets [TS]

  this is like trying to pick a favorite [TS]

  child isn't yeah I don't like digging [TS]

  through and and trying to rank my five [TS]

  grams because they music has such kind [TS]

  of an internal emotional grasp [TS]

  I think so it's like Sophie's Choice if [TS]

  sophie had like eight hundred children [TS]

  and she could only save 11 of them i [TS]

  mean there there's things there's things [TS]

  where I have like favorite songs and and [TS]

  I don't care about the albums but right [TS]

  now it most of the conference's like [TS]

  that great song [TS]

  yeah to again great songs on every album [TS]

  but none of the album's our overall [TS]

  brilliant i love the police but the [TS]

  police don't have a good album had a [TS]

  leader Gabriel Peter Gabriel doesn't [TS]

  really I'm so sort of but all of his [TS]

  albums are kind of like it at all [TS]

  no no i don't think so i think peter [TS]

  gabriel one of my favorite artist does [TS]

  not have one single great great journey [TS]

  is celebrity is great maybe that's like [TS]

  doing sound design for theater i just i [TS]

  wind up listening to so many varieties [TS]

  of somebody so many Chandra's of music [TS]

  that I've got favorite songs all over [TS]

  the place but yeah it's hard to find [TS]

  like these these are the albums that [TS]

  have stuck with me over years for the [TS]

  most part i could probably picked so [TS]

  right now I have more regrets that I [TS]

  opened up discussion yes that's your [TS]

  thank you Jason for having me on this [TS]

  black-and-white with Steve what song is [TS]

  this what song is what who is this [TS]

  oh this is a this is the beta band the [TS]

  band out very good [TS]

  yeah they're great you should buy this [TS]

  album alright three-piece ok let's three [TS]

  of the early Pete's alright nice driving [TS]

  by their first album now maybe I like it [TS]

  just were just listen to dry the rain [TS]

  which is a great time thank you know i [TS]

  don't think i'm gonna sell this to you [TS]

  why [TS]

  I'm stuck you don't seem like you're [TS]

  worthy of it i'll give you a check for [TS]

  that sold you know I made of high [TS]

  fidelity reference earlier in this [TS]

  podcast and nobody seemed to react to it [TS]

  but that's ok that's fine education [TS]

  alright it's that's why is trying to [TS]

  stay on the Real thanks to youtube [TS]

  failed you fail knows what else [TS]

  thanks to everybody other this could [TS]

  this strat is a draft episode hovers it [TS]

  hovers it does not go on rails is act 2 [TS]

  of the fugitive thanks to everybody out [TS]

  there feeling everybody on this podcast [TS]

  is on Rails what did you do with my [TS]

  apologize to everyone out there for [TS]

  listening and yeah thnkx all my [TS]

  panelists we will see you next time [TS]

  goodbye [TS]

  no there is no shame and in the two-part [TS]

  episode Jason I was a straight like [TS]

  those yeah [TS]

  yes I'm here John siracusa tells me [TS]

  they're putting clips in a podcast is [TS]

  great at the hatred to dig through an [TS]

  hour-and-a-half podcast episode to find [TS]

  one sentence like you did for the clip [TS]

  show episode yeah that's exactly that's [TS]

  not going to work because we were all [TS]

  just so brief and what we said we're [TS]

  gonna get all that done that you know [TS]

  compared to our past draft episodes of [TS]

  movies and such this actually was very [TS]

  very tight [TS]

  oh my god i didn't know the guests who [TS]

  were Canadian the guess who's Canadian [TS]

  they have a son called running back to [TS]

  saskatoon he also was on call American [TS]

  woman stay away from me because it's [TS]

  little Eric saskatoon is that in [TS]

  Minnesota hit I guess we finally know [TS]

  the answer to the questions to guess who [TS]

  Canadian trivia does the answer lie in [TS]

  Canada I do [TS]

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