Episode 1096: The Story of Game Theory, Part 1




April 20, 2021


All music in this episode by Game Theory.

  • “All I Want Is Everything” Blaze of Glory (Rational) 1982
  • “Sleeping Through Heaven” Blaze of Glory (Rational) 1982
  • “Metal and Glass Exact” Pointed Accounts of People You Know (Rational) 1983
  • “Shark Pretty” Distortion (Rational) 1984
  • “Nine Lives to Rigel Five” Distortion (Rational) 1984
  • “Curse of the Frontier Land” Real Nighttime (Enigma) 1985
  • “24” Real Nighttime (Enigma) 1985
  • “Rayon Drive” Real Nighttime (Enigma) 1985


Happy 4/20 from your friends at the pod. We have another great episode for you all today. Patrick, with the help of special guests, writers Brett Milano and Annie Zaleski, recount the story of the power pop band: Game Theory.

Check out Brett’s book on Game Theory’s Scott Miller, Don’t All Thank Me At Once: The Lost Pop Genius of Scott Miller!

Where credit is due: Thumbnail photo of Game Theory (circa 1983, L-R Scott Miller, Fred Juhos, Nan Becker) by ‘Photo Robert’ Toren.

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