Mike Kohli, a patron of the pod, calls in on Skype and gets to pick the topic. He wants to discuss the music of 1984, especially the alt-rock scene that included Hüsker Dü, Minutemen, the Replacements and Metallica. Jim and Patrick also make a couple of picks: Pretenders and Meat Puppets, respectively.
Listeners Ken Wadsworth and Walt Falconer recommend some good drinking songs as we gather in the basement with guests Bud Verge, Rob Gates and Mike Snider.
Podcast patron Mike Wagner gets to pick the topic. We talk about the recent Replacements’ recent reissue “Dead Man’s Pop,” which includes new mixes of the album “Don’t Tell a Soul.” And we talk about remixes in general.
Lots of listeners held a pen to respond to our Replacements Countdown (episodes 667-671).
Paul, Tommy, Bob and Chris played a lot of covers. We rounded ’em up and ranked ’em.
We conclude our Replacements countdown with the top three favorite songs, based on a listener poll. Phil Ingrassia joins Jim & Patrick for commentary.
The Replacements countdown continues, with Nos. 6, 5 and 4. Based on a vote of loyal listeners of our show. Phil Ingrassia joins Jim & Patrick for commentary.
The countdown of favorite Replacements songs continues, based on votes from an esteemed panel of listeners. Phil Ingrassia joins Jim & Patrick in the basement for commentary.
A panel of loyal listeners helped us pick the top 15 Replacements songs. We’re counting down the list all week. Today is numbers 12, 11 and 10. Minnesotan Phil Ingrassia joins us in the basement.
A panel of loyal listeners helped us pick the top 15 Replacements songs. We’re counting down the list all week. Today is numbers 15, 14 and 13. Minnesotan Phil Ingrassia joins us in the basement.