We laughed, we cried, we rocked. 2019 was an EPIC year for the pod. Relive the memories with us with this list of the most legendary episodes of the year.
Jim shares some rarities from his collection (music that is unavailable or difficult to find on the streaming services). He starts with a song from Bob Mould’s underappreciated mid-’90s solo career, then plays a tune from an oft-overlooked Paul Westerberg album from 2002. (Recorded on the back deck, and featuring guest Jasper Colt.)
The epic conclusion of our hotbox interview with Tommy Stinson of Bash & Pop and the Replacements (and don’t forget Guns N’ Roses). We tossed some listener questions at him too.
The fans email us. And hit us up on the social medias and so on. And then we collect a batch and respond to the comments over some drinks. This week, featuring songs by Hoops, the Replacements, the Clash, Chris Cornell, the Shins, the Damned and the B-52’s.
The “Singles” soundtrack, a document of early ’90s grunge and alternative, turns 25 years old. Jim & Patrick fly the flannel.
The listeners program the show! We respond to your correspondence. With songs by The Clash, Ellen Foley, John “Cougar” Mellencamp and more! (Plus, we catch “Bullets Fever” and set the record straight about something dumb we said on an earlier episode.)