Tag: Sam Lisker
Episode 841: Too Much Joy – ‘Cereal Killers’
It’s the Intern Sam Challenge! We asked listeners to send albums to Sam Lisker, the voice of Young America. Paul Trap sent him a CD of Too Much Joy’s 1991 album “Cereal Killers.” Hear Sam’s reaction.
Episode 646: Sam’s CDs – Squeeze, R.E.M., Matthew Sweet
On a recent record shopping trip, we bought three CDs for Intern Sam (he does such good work). Listen as Sam Lisker gives us his impressions of classic albums by R.E.M., Matthew Sweet and Squeeze.
Episode 622: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Born in the USA’
We wrap up Bruce Week with an examination of Springsteen’s 1984 super-megahit album “Born in the USA.” With special guests Intern Sam Lisker and Mike Snider.
Episode 621: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Nebraska’
Day 4 of Bruce Week. Explore the stark sounds of 1982’s “Nebraska.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
Episode 620: Bruce Springsteen – ‘The River’
Day 3 of Bruce Week. We explore 1980’s glorious double album “The River.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
Episode 619: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’
Listen: EPISODIX: Posted: June 11, 2019 Music: All songs in today’s episode are off of Bruce Springsteen’s 1978 album Darkness on the Edge of Town,…
Episode 618: Bruce Springsteen – ‘Born to Run’
It’s Bruce Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. Five days, five classic albums, leading up to the release of Springsteen’s latest album, “Western Stars.” We start with the breakthrough record, 1975’s “Born to Run.”
Episode 211: Intern Sam Loves Motown
You’ve heard about the legend of Intern Sam. Now meet Sam Lisker, the college student who helps us out with SuburbsPod.com. He talks about being 20 going on 40.