For Halloween this year, ALL MY FRIENDS are tackling the spookiest subject of all: our own mortality! We reflect on the celebrity deaths of 2016, and celebrate the best work from David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Merle Haggard, Prince, and Gene Wilder!
Other topics include, how many covers have the Wallflowers recorded? How instrumental was Billy Zane in getting David Bowie for Zoolander? Is it good or bad that Prince’s last acting credit was for New Girl?
Radical! Tubular! Voodoo Economics! This week, we’re going back to one of our favorite games: Music Decade!
The guys will judge the merits of three given songs from each year in the 1980s, and ultimately determine the 10 songs that perfectly define the decade.
Along the way they’ll answer important questions like: Was John Mellencamp an icon of gay fashion? What’s the real difference between The Replacements and The New Radicals? And do music notes mysteriously get higher in a karaoke room than they do in your car?
Spotify Playlist: http://spoti.fi/29q65mQ
Doom rock! Country! Disco! The guys roll out a new game called Music Decade, where they try to determine the best song from every year of a given decade; this time it’s the 1970s.
They’ll throw down in an Apples 2 Apples style battle for supremacy, all while trying to define the decade through music.
Topics include: casual run-ins with Rod Stewart, good reasons to time travel, and losing your virginity to Tom Waits (in more ways than one).
Spotify Playlist: http://spoti.fi/1M5167W