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Golden Shower of Hits

Golden Shower of Hits

By Golden Shower
Each week Jamie and Mike review one of your favorite records released between 1960s and 2010s.
These selections were submitted by listeners in a survey that is always available for you to fill out on our website (goldenshowerofhits.com).
For funzies, the hosts try to do a short punk rock inspired cover of a song from each record. Sometimes, it's a train wreck.
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EP66: Kings of Leon - Come Around Sundown
Welp, we made every twenty year old girl angry with our review of The Struts. So now we’re going to alienate every 30+ woman with our review of the Kings Of Leon 2010 album, Come Around Sundown. Also, Jamie makes the decision to kill an “intruder” in his house. Don’t miss this episode! Other topics include: Team Dresch - Uncle Phranc The Exploited Steven McDonald on Couch Riffs Punk is dad Cowtown Guitars Members of KOL blurred out 440 Hz tuning was introduced by Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi minister of propaganda. Kings of Leon - Come Around Sun Down || 444.589Hz || HQ
01:25:45
October 21, 2021
EP65: Dr. Octagon - The Return of Dr. Octagon
An unexpected intro this week followed by our review of the 2006 Dr. Octagon album The Return of Dr. Octagon. Mike vaguely tells us something awful that happened to him last week, and we get a quick visit from “Paul Stanley” who lays down some on in-between song COVID raps. Other Topics Include: Fiber Optic Cable Kick Backs AKA Spiffs Shameless Ink Brigade Plug Kiss mini golf Rock n Brews Hollow Earth Theory One Watt Sun 2 Live Crew - My Seven Bizzos Jane Wiedlin RKelly Bill Cosby Seborrheic dermatitis Back in Black
01:16:17
October 14, 2021
EP64: Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime
This week we’re SUPER excited to review the 1994 album Yank Crime by Drive Like Jehu. We hit up a little “Jobs with Mike” and jobs with Jamie. Talk about dirty keyboards, and dirty news anchors as well. Mike is a crazy person when it comes to pillows, and reveals his nick name as a kid.. which I promise you is hilarious! Other Topics Include: Dirty Keyboard I have spoken Jamies current pillow The Octagon
01:26:04
October 7, 2021
EP63: Camper Van Beethoven - Telephone Free Landslide Victory
This week, the 1985 album Telephone Free Landslide Victory by Camper Van Beethoven. A bit of catching up, some snare drum talk, Jamies road rage issues, and Mike admits to being a hippy in his old age.  Then we actually talk a bunch about this record and the band! Other Topics Include:  List of Camper Van Beethoven band members Jamie and Bubba Car on fire that Jamie talked about. Stopped at the Same Time? Vehicle to the Right Goes First The Dead Milkmen - Punk Rock Girl They Might Be Giants - Ana Ng Camper Van Beethoven and the Border Patrol The Replacements - Let It Be
01:14:20
September 30, 2021
EP62: Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
This week.. The 1973 album Houses of the Holy by Led Zeppelin. To Jamies disappointment, and Mikes excitement, this is our third Zeppelin record review. So you can imagine where this episode is headed. Other Topics Include: Jane Wiedlin  Who Dated Who Westone Pro X50 Earphones Vic Firth SIH2 Stereo Isolation Headphones
01:22:23
September 23, 2021
EP61: Charles Mingus - Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus
This week Mike and Jamie are back together to discuss the 1964 Charlie Mingus album, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus. The reunion fuzzies don’t last long as Mike brings up the grading scale right off the bat. Then, for the first time ever, Mike abruptly leaves the episode. And not because he has to pee. How’s that for click bait? Zakk Sabbath Couch Riffs Mug Soda Stream WolfTone Timber Wolf Pickup  Kid A reissue The Germs Chuck Berry & John Lennon (1972) Mingus CAT-alog for Toilet Training Your Cat. The guide explained in detail how to get a cat to use a human toilet. This famous African-American jazz musician was involved with as many as 26 prostitutes in one session.
01:06:55
September 16, 2021
EP60: Avenged Sevenfold - The Stage
This week, a surprise special guest host and we review the 2016 Avenged Sevenfold album The Stage. Other Topics include: Cousin Oliver  Vains of Jenna The Pick of Destiny John Christ from Danzig Why do metal elitists hate Avenged Sevenfold? Yahweh Pink Floyd T. S. Monk
01:06:55
September 9, 2021
EP59: The White Stripes - Elephant
This week, Elephant by The White Stripes. Released on April fools day 2003. Believe it or not, we hardly talk any shit beforehand and talk a LOT about this record and the White Stripes in general. Other Topics Include: Biodegradable Tooth Picks Jamies infected mouth Diabetics make up 40% of COVID deaths in US The Red Hiwatt ASMR Marvin Guitars You CAN Carry On Your Guitar. It’s the Law Wolftone Pickups Jamie is interested in this one Guns N' Roses (feat. Elton John) - November Rain How Jack White Uses Color - Polyphonic In Defense of Meg White - Polyphonic 100,000 chanting seven nation army at M&T Bank Stadium Toe Rag Studios It Might Get Loud Rosary Murders Jack White Excerpt Portlandia - The Studio Lance Bangs Elbow from the Quad Cities Dusty Springfield Holly Golightly NFTs, Explained Ridiculous Reverb Listings 18
01:24:28
September 2, 2021
EP58: Billy Ray Cyrus - Some Gave All
This week, the polarizing 1992 album Some Gave All, by Billy Ray Cyrus. For the record, this is Rudys FAVORITE record from the 90s. Must be, because he voted for this. Also, Rudy contributed the cover for this week as well. Other Topics Include: Kool Moe Dee - I Go to Work Brian Wilson and his creepy therapist interview.  Diabetics make up 40% of COVID deaths in US, experts say John Guffeys 90s alternative band Bev  Inventing David Geffen Red HiWatt Cabnet Mullet (haircut)
01:14:34
August 26, 2021
EP57: The Bridge - A Tribute to Neil Young
This week we review the 1989 album The Bridge: A Tribute to Neil Young. It’s basically some 80s alternative bands covering Neil Young tunes. Some good.. some not so good. So check out this weeks episode to see our verdict. Other Topics Include: Wife Swapping Good Pressure Washer Bad Pressure Washers Order Picker Automated Watering System Kid A Episode  People hate Mike Love More Mike Love hate Ballerina with erection Justinmotanderjones Guitars Upcoming Episodes: EP60 - The Stage - Avenged Sevenfold EP61 - Charles Mingus - Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus EP62 - Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy EP63 - Camper Van Beethoven - Telephone Free Landslide Victory EP64 - Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime EP65 - Dr. Octagon - The Return of Dr. Octagon EP66 - Kings of Leon - Come Around Sundown EP67 - The Beatles - Abbey Road EP68 - Jeff Beck Group - Truth EP69 - The Beastie Boys - Paul’s Boutique EP70 - The Catherine Wheel - Ferment EP71 - The Futureheads - The Futureheads EP72 - Biffy Clyro - Opposites G&S - Winona Ryders (1991) Derek Trucks Neil Young & Paul McCartney A Day In The Life Bong Ritual from Minneapolis Nicolette Larson The Last Waltz Accidental Gun Death Battle of the Bands Trophy
01:33:47
August 12, 2021
EP56: Little Feet - Dixie Chicken
This week, we talk about the 1973 album Dixie Chicken by Little Feat. We cover “embarrassing erections”, Osama Bin Laden, and Jamie tells Mike that hard truth that he’s too lazy to carry out Mikes last wishes when he dies. So yea, basically a normal every day episode of the show. Other Topics Include: Ballerina photo in question These 7 Embarrassing Erection Stories Will Horrify Anyone With a Penis Paul McCartney, Beck - Find My Way (Official Video) How to Donate to Science | OHSU Body Donation Program Silver Falls State Park Carol Kaye Autobiography What Makes This Song Stink Ep. 3 - Weezer Beverly Hills: A Retrospective Audi A7 Honda Element Speedball Colostomy bag Street Team Little Feat - Let It Roll (Video) George Gurdjieff
01:41:25
August 5, 2021
EP55: Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
This week, The Beach Boys 1966 album Pet Sounds. We talk about The Wrecking Crew, The Beach Boys touring group, of course Brian Wilson. The alleged incest in the band, Carol Kaye, the Couch Riffs firings, of course the Beatles, and even a connection to Kiss! Other topics include: Hocus Pocus by Focus COUCH RIFFS! Zach Wild The Art Of Guitar The Osmonds - Crazy Horses McCartney 3,2,1 on Hulu Love & Mercy (film) Fat Boys & The Beach Boys - Wipeout Carol Kaye: Rock's Most Prolific Session Musician Studio legend Carol Kaye gives Gene Simmons a lesson on bass Carol Kaye at Ocean Way Carol Kaye Autobiography She Can Really Lay It Down: 50 Rebels, Rockers, and Musical Revolutionaries (Rock and Roll Women Book, Gift for Music Lovers) Two Sides of the Moon Keith Moon - Two Sides Of The Moon (All Versions) Nick Drake - Pink Moon Patrick Nagel Princess Leia Nagel-esque poster
01:37:52
July 29, 2021
EP54: Generation of Vipers - Howl And Filth
This week we talk about the 2012 Generation of Vipers album Howl and Filth. Other Topics Include: Avon Bottles  Jamies current favorite sock Air Fryer Oculus History of TCP/IP 5 Ways Porn Created the Modern World Gibson Ripper Bass Gibson Grabber Bass DW Drum Kits OFF! – “Holier Than Thou” from The Metallica Blacklist Coffin Wisdom on Amazon Generation of Vipers - Devana  TROLLS WORLD TOUR  George Clinton - Atomic Dog Bix Beiderbecke - Rhythm King
01:06:50
July 22, 2021
EP 53: The Roots ‎– The Tipping Point
LOTS of amplifier talk this week, so if you’re a gear nerd, you’re gonna be happy. If you found our podcast and are just a Roots fan, we DO actually talk about The Roots and this record I promise.. but you might want to fast forward a bit. Vox AC30  Fender Twin Reverb Satellite Scamp Amp Boss Tuners Peterson Strobostomp HD So Many Celebs Loathe Jimmy Fallon, And Now We Understand Why Summer of Soul The "Captain" Kirk Douglas SG The Rolling Stones - Ron Wood´1978 ZEMAITIS GUITAR QuestLove Supreme Crocks Photo of Jamie in his clown outfit Buffalo '66 (1998) - Theatrical trailer - Heart of the Sunrise. Next week : Generation of Vipers Howl And Filth
01:24:55
July 15, 2021
EP52: Fugazi - Red Medicine
This week we try REALLY hard to not talk about Minor Threat, but instead the 1995 Fugazi album Red Medicine. Duff Bass Portland Heat Wave The United States vs. Billie Holiday Frank and Billie Mr. S: My Life with Frank Sinatra Ian putting down a stage diver photo Mat Hoffman Riot Spray Rounders Trailer Fugazi crazy show  Fuck NWA T-Shirt Pancake Mountain
01:38:06
July 8, 2021
EP51: Mission Of Burma - Signals Calls and Marches
This week the 1981 album Signals, Calls, and Marches by Mission of Burma. Mike ponders buying a Cybertruck to fuck with his neighbors, and all kinds of other random stuff we seem to talk about each week. Monosiphonic River City Guitar Satellite Amps 6V6 Cybertruck 64 galaxy Honalee Iggy And The Stooges At WAMU Theatre 4/27/07 Kahler Watch Man Save Wife From Bobcat By Grabbing And Hurling It Across Lawn Matamp Hammerhead from Minneapolis Sweetwater Roger Miller on the Fender Lead II  Mission of Burma - Live @ Bradford Hotel Ballroom (Afternoon Set), Boston, MA 3/12/1983 Moby - Thats When I Reach For My Revolver Pegboy "That's When I Reach For My Revolver"
01:43:26
July 1, 2021
EP50: Buzzcocks - Spiral Scratch
Holy smokes we made it to episode 50! You would think we would have done something special, and you would be wrong. Although, we do talk about Buzzcocks so that’s pretty special. Specifically their first 7 inch, Spiral Scratch. Other Topics Include: iPhone Will Track Your Sex Life: Is That Helpful? What happens to the unprotected human body in space? Bernie Leadon The Eagles Were Originally This Famous Singer’s Backing Band The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon Biden Flag Buzzcocks - What Do I Get? (Official Video) Artie Lange used 13-inch kitchen knife in violent suicide try; released from hospital after surgery The Universal Appeal of Buzzcocks' "Ever Fallen in Love" | New British Canon Cherry Garcia Cool Britannia Chubby Hubby WIC Program Government Cheese - How Government Cheese Became Welfare For Farmers
01:14:12
June 24, 2021
EP49: Sly and the Family Stone - Stand
This week we gush about Stand! The 1969 album by Sly and the Family Stone. As always we talk about all kinds of other topics, and even mention Kiss once or twice. Check the show notes below for a peak into what we discuss this week. Sacouny Shoes New Balance under fire for getting political after Donald Trump win Comfy Vans Toadhouse Recording Studio in Portland Oregon - Adam Pike DON'T CALL ME WHITEY - JANES ADDICTION VS ICE-T Nancy Regan Meme Talk Box Arrested Development Arrested Development - Mr. Wendal Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego Larry Graham Right Hand Technique Anton Fig Larry Graham & GCS with special guest “Prince” Live at BB Kings NY Sly Stone Coachella 2010 https://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2010/04/19/day-3-at-coachella-sly-stones-meltdown/ https://www.theguardian.com/music/2010/aug/11/sly-stone-sued-coachella-rant Ace Frehley Facing Foreclosure The Hollywood Stars Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) Fred Armisen Ned Beatty
01:29:43
June 17, 2021
EP48: The Struts - Everybody wants
Well.. we start out talking about Midi Foot Controllers for a long time, but eventually talk about The Struts 2014 album Everybody Wants. Swedish Surnames: What’s in a Name Midi Controller MIDI foot controller for Guitar Raspberry PI The Struts - Body Talks (Live From The Victoria’s Secret 2018 Fashion Show) The Struts - Could Have Been Me (Official Music Video) The Struts - We Will Rock You (Live Piano Performance) Alan Thicke Craig Kilborn Dancing in the Street // Silent Music Video Every Sample from Beastie Boys' "Paul's Boutique"
01:33:27
June 10, 2021
EP47: Jaga Jazzist - A Livingroom Hush
I never new these was such a thing as “Nu-Jazz” but here we are. Thanks Rudy. This week we cover The 2001 Jaga Jazzist album A Livingroom Hush. Circle Jerks - American Heavy Metal Weekend SSD 5.5 - Steven Slate Drums Superior Drummer 3 | Toontrack Animal Chin Animal Chin 30 Years - Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero, Mike McGill & Lance Mountain Amen break Gregory C. Coleman Every Single Star Wars Wilhelm Scream Ever | 1977-2021 | Compilation Why The Same Scream Is Used In Hollywood Films | Movies Insider Nighthawks (1981) - Trailer Reticular Activating System: Definition & Function EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: The Story Of Fire Saga | Official Trailer | Netflix "Jaja Ding Dong" Song | Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Squirrelbait Party Cannon Stevie Ray Vaughan’s guitar string break!! This is a robbery. 
01:15:38
June 3, 2021
EP46: Slint - Spiderland
For some weird reason in this episode we start off talking about The Walking Dead and Game Of Thrones. Mike also tells the story about his “uncomfortable moment” with Arya Stark in real life. We do eventually talk about Spiderland by Slint which was released in 1991. Arya Stark 'Go Fast Pull Up' The Jimmy LeVan Story - Official Trailer PROPS X DIG BMX Unitarianism
01:27:30
May 27, 2021
EP45: Prince - Purple Rain
This week, our intro man John Guffey joins us live to talk about his all time favorite record. Purple Rain released by Prince in 1984. I would hope everyone listening to this would be well aware of this record and have listened to it a ton of times. If that’s not you, drop what you’re doing, and listen to Purple Rain at least five times in and row. Then come back to this episode. A longer cover with Guffey playing guitar on Lets Go Crazy, and a few special guests make this a really awesome episode! The Late Late Show with James Corden Adam Lambert, James did a great job singing Don’t Stop Me Now.  KISS opened four shows of ’Sabotage Tour 1975-1976’ of Black Sabbath between August and December 1975 The Go-Go’s will be inducted into the 2021 rock and roll hall of fame! Jane Wiedlin - Will officiate your wedding, and play 4 songs with the band. You have to cover travel, hotel etc for $7,000.  Princes Purple Rain tour bus is up for auction.  Prince used the Linn 1 & 2 Drum Machine while at Sunset Sound Linn_LM-1 Drum Machine. The Linn LM-1: The Drum Machine that changed everything
02:06:55
May 20, 2021
EP44: Queen - A Night at the Opera
This week we review the 1975 album A Night at the Opera by Queen. A lot of times when we review a great album, we just say it’s great and then talk about a bunch of other stuff. But this week we actually talk a lot about this record and Queen in general. https://www.seaspiracy.org/ 99 Red Balloons - English 99 Luftballons - German translated to English  Ian Stewart Photos  Mandy Smith on Spotify  The Denison/Kimball Trio Brain Cancer Diaries Music Reaction | Higher Ground by Stevie Wonder Freddie Mercury silhouette A definitive ranking of every song Ringo Starr wrote for The Beatles Pat Duffy - 1992 - Bs Lip On The Rain Flash Gordon • Theme Song • Queen Max von Sydow Mike Stone Peter Grant Suge Knight Antichrist Myths - Ronald Reagan Gene's Addiction Kiss – Sabotage Tour 75/76 med BLACK SABBATH Hire Jane Wiedlin! 
01:25:21
May 13, 2021
EP43: The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
FINALLY getting to a Stones record! This week we talk The Rolling Stones 1968 album Beggars Banquet. And for the first time our lives are threatened by a listener! Guns and Roses Sympathy For The Devil Cover Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos Keith Richards book Life Portland Zoo bomb Jamie and Mike in 1978 The Rolling Stones perform "You Can't Always Get What You Want" | | One World: Together At Home Nicky Hopkins Ian Stewart The Rolling Stones salute founding member Ian Stewart before awards honour Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil (Hyde Park,1969) Mick Taylor's First Gig Paul Stanley's Soul Station
01:02:20
May 6, 2021
EP42: Cage the Elephant - Thank You Happy Birthday
This week we have officially become old men. We talk placemats, medication, rain jackets, and subscribing to the Mens Health Youtube channel. We take the Kinsey Scale Test to see where each of us land on the sexuality scale. The results may surprise you. How’s that for some clickbait. Oh yea, and we talk about the record Thank you, Happy Birthday by Cage the Elephant. FROGG TOGGS mens Classic All-sport Waterproof Breathable Rain Suit Amazon review checker Jamies favorite placemats  Jessie “The Body” Ventura Glasses Black Emoji Kinsey Scale Test
01:22:14
April 29, 2021
EP41: Shearwater - Rook
Mike proclaims he is the Yngwie Malmsteen of Avocado. We also spent some time listening to Rook by Shearwater this week.. and then on the episode, Jamie reads Wikipedia stuff about them to Mike. We go back to OG Golden Shower of Hits form by arguing about grades at the end. Spoiler. Homer's "gift" to Marge - a bowling ball Fender bass for Jen Ilan Rubin Nash Guitars Mike and Mikes Guitar Bar River City Guitars Global semiconductor shortage Viva La Bam Theme Song http://goldenshowerofhits.com/ http://vernon-reid.com/ Rudys band! The Slighted Red House Painters UNKLE feat. Thom Yorke - Rabbit In Your Headlights WHY ARE WE NOT REVIEWING THE OFF! RECORD FOR THIS DECADE!? Rumspringa Hoth Wampa Shearwater - Rooks Fan video
01:09:06
April 22, 2021
EP40: The Hellacopters - Payin' the Dues
This week we review Swedish rock band The Hellacopters second album from 1997, Payin' the Dues. Also the world premier of the Golden Shower of Hits original track “Mikes Gotta Pee” Should be a fun episode. Other topics include: Nose bleeds from picking your nose vernon-reid.com Reading glasses Magnetic Reading Glasses Ultrasonic cleaners Rascal mobility scooter Galactic Empire 501st Legion - Vader's Fist Stormtrooper Supreme Edition Adult Costume Tommy Thayer gets busted by 23andme.com Youtube-DL Golden Gods TurboNegro Viva La Bam Satellite Amps Johan Segeborn Gorgoroth Murder Basket EZBass software 'New' Nirvana Song Created 27 Years After Kurt Cobain's Death Via AI Software Every Pop Melody Possible is Now in the Public Domain
01:15:08
April 15, 2021
EP39: Guns N’ Roses - Appetite for Destruction
This week we finally tackle the Guns N’ Roses 1987 album, Appetite for Destruction. We actually spend a lot of time talking about this record. Probably because Mike went pee before the episode started. Partscaster Udo from Accept  Greta Van Fleet Patton Oswald 23andme Dudley Moore NWA Appetite for Destruction Mandela Effect Bart Rose Duffs txt to Jamie Cameo Mutt Lang  Bob Rock Alan Niven Izzy Stradlin solo album List of best-selling albums in the United States RT being mad at GNR West Arkeen Fred Coury Guns N' Roses-American Music Awards (UNCENSORED) 1990 GNR Girls Sweet Child o Mine on Sax
01:43:21
April 8, 2021
EP38: Kraftwerk - The Man Machine
This week we talk about the 1978 Kraftwerk album The Man Machine. Of course we are at odds on this album, but you may actually be surprised who liked it, and who didn’t! And don’t worry, Mike actually went pee before this episode. Other topics include: Machine the producer talks key spikes. The House of Kush Satyricon KraftWerk funny interview Iggy Pop and Florian Schneider: Asparagus hunting Vocoder Midi Nena - 99 Luftballons Beach Bunny - Cloud 9 Queen - Under Pressure
01:27:57
April 1, 2021
EP37: The Temptations - Cloud Nine
This week we talk old man shoes, pinched nerves and whether or not if we could beat up the Temptations. We also talk about their 1969 Temptations album Cloud Nine. Old School Vans Ben Davis Pants Chuck Taylors Little Jamie thinks he looks like Ace in this vest. Jack Black with his shirt off Shooting at Winco The Temptations mini series Blackish David Ruffin My Whole World Ended  Snowball Sly and the Family Stone Albatross
01:21:13
March 25, 2021
EP36: Gojira - Mars To Sirius
This week we talk about a 16 year old album that Jamie considers new. From Mars to Sirius by Gorjia released in 2005. Some how we blew it this week because this album was submitted for the 2010s but it was actually released in 2005. The hosts of the show are no rocket scientists, that’s for sure. Also, Mike makes friends with his neighbor while Jamie tries to figure out how to “SWAT” his. Other Topics Include: Swatting  Brass Snares Largest guitar amplifier Spinal Tap  Pino Palladino David Crosby: Remember My Name Crosby, Stills & Nash, "Silent Night" - Apparently this is NOT the live version. This was fixed by an audio engineer after the fact. CSN - "Silent Night" (Washington, D.C.; 2014) Scumback 25 watts High gain amp & cab shootout - we didn't expect THIS! Compressor Head The Best Drummer in Modern Metal Mick Mars Telecaster Apple Corps v Apple Computer Mike Oldfield Mike Oldfield 'Tubular Bells' Live at the BBC 1973 Mastodon
01:28:02
March 18, 2021
EP35: The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
This week we talk about the The Flaming Lips 2002 album Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Ok, ok, we DO start out talking about Marshalls and Kiss, we talk about Mikes new diet, the different versions of John Guffey, and many other topics. But we DO eventually talk about this record and The Flaming Lips. Other topics include: Different kinds of lettuce  Make and action figure of yourself Rebel Forces insignia  Wu-tang Logo  30 Ninja Tattoos For Men Hilaria Baldwin Kim Basinger Ireland Baldwin Steely Dan Band Name Inspired From A “Strap-On Dildo” Tracy Morgan Kellys band DayStar acefrehleylespaul.com Ace without a Les Paul Klon guitar pedal Youtube compresses the shit out of audio The Soft Bulletin Dave Fridmann Fearless Freaks The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin Long John Silver's Wayne Coyne Miley Cyrus matching tattoos Worlds Longest Podcast Yakety Sax Flaming Baton Twirler Kids in the Hall - Shirling
01:20:21
March 11, 2021
EP34: The Jesus Lizard - Goat
This week we review the 1991 album Goat by Jesus Lizard. Jamie talks about his reasons for disliking David Yow, and Mike mistakenly tries to counsel Jamie on his rage issues. Special guest Rudy makes an appearance at the end of the episode tying together all the conspiracy theories and topics we talk about on the show.  The Name of the Rose Upcoming Episodes! EP37 - The Temptations - Cloud Nine EP38 - Kraftwerk - Man Machine EP39 - Prince - Purple Rain EP40 - Helicopters - Payin the Dues EP41 - Shearwater - Rook EP42 - Cage the Elephant - Thank You Happy Birthday EP43 - The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet EP44 - Queen - A Night at the Opera EP45 - Guns and Roses - AFD EP46 - Slint - Spiderland EP47 - Jaga Jazzist - A Livingroom Hush EP48 - The Struts - Everybody wants Bon Scott Steve Albini What is Weasel Coffee? The Quad Cities Friends Circle Club Sofa Glue David Sims The Jesus Lizard’s “Then Comes Dudley” - Riff Rundown Rig Rundown - Duane Denison Tomahawk  Hank 3 Van Halen using a SM57 on kick drum Sub Kick Pigface Don’t cup the mic Scratch Acid Rapeman Big Black Shellac
01:24:54
March 5, 2021
EP33: REM - Lifes Rich Pageant
This week we listened to the 1986 REM album Lifes Rich Pageant. Even though this is a review of an REM album we still manage get into the weeds and argue about double kick drum pedals for some reason. Check out this fundraiser! Petes Good Vibes Fundraiser https://petesgoodvibes.org/ Other Topics Include: How are seamless T-shirts made? Expressing dog glands That's Incredible! Priscilla Presley Popping  Reddit Is OBSESSED With This Video Of A Giant Pimple Being Popped & It's Easy To See Why The Originals (Kiss album) 411 https://portal.311.nyc.gov/ Lori Mattix Small Claims Court Shout at the Devil  Kiss Alive, not live Song Exploder Cans of Piss Miles Copeland Jr. 120 Minutes R.E.M. - "Losing My Religion" In Major Key They Might Be Giants Indiana is NOT the south.  D. Boon Beastie Boys Story Ted Lasso Crack in Athens Double Kick Drum Pedal Barrett Martin Pigface Ambien Candy Pink Les Paul Edwards E-Flying Freiheit Linked Horizon Revo Model Eagle Japan rebuilds all their houses every 25 years Lon Winters John Mayer 
02:01:42
February 25, 2021
EP32: Kiss - Love Gun
We FINALLY review a Kiss record! Love Gun released in 1977. But don’t worry, it does NOT escape the wrath of the Golden Shower hosts. No special treatment here. If you’re a Kiss fan, you will probably agree with us. If you are NOT a Kiss fan, you probably will as well. iPhone XR Screen repair Joan Jett Documentary Brittany Spears documentary  Alex and Eddie Van Halen playing on Kiss demos Runaway - Movie Quest Love Supreme Podcast Why are there cuts on corners of albums? Farah faucet heat transfer Make a dildo of your own penis.  Albert King the Hunter Attack on Japan United States Age of Consent Map Bob & Doug McKenzie with Geddy Lee - Take Off 45 Minutes of Paul Stanley Stage Banter Next week: REM - Life’s Rich Pageant
01:48:35
February 18, 2021
EP31: Cromagnon - Orgasm
This week we review the 1969 album Orgasm by Cromagnon.  The album is terrible. So we talk about a ton of other stuff. So much so that the show notes won’t fit here. So click the link below to read them on our website. http://goldenshowerofhits.com/ep31-cromagnon-orgasm-show-notes/
01:12:07
February 11, 2021
EP30: David Bowie - Blackstar
This week we decided to fight with each other again by listening to David Bowies “last” album Blackstar from 2016. Soul Station cover of O-o-h Child  Fedora Incel Jamies favorite hat Wig tape Wig glue Jamies favorite double sided tape The Amazing Story Of How ‘Scotch Tape’ Got Its Name http://kissalternativefacts.com/ The Secret Life of Walt Disney As An FBI Informant Car 54 where are you? Mr. Ed Bowie Last Photoshoot The song Heroes is about Tony Visconti The Martian BowieNet Pornography helped build the internet Bing Crosby David Bowie little drummer boy Catholic Girls Mimi hearing test Mimi how to iPhone Accessibility - 5 Best Features For The Hard of Hearing and Deaf Community
01:29:31
February 4, 2021
EP29: TV on the Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain
TV on the Radio This week we suffered through the 2006 record, Return to TV to Cookie Mountain by TV on the Radio. How Effective Is Acupuncture in Treating Tinnitus? kissalternativefacts.com Fender Mustang Bass Round wound bass strings Cheap Trick at Budokan 4AD Spin album of the year 2006 godheadSilo Ball Bag Billy Squier : The Stroke with DICK ROSSETTI The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers R crumb Limp Bizkit pay to play Nardwuar Jamies Youtube channel - Sweet Deafness M201 SM57 Vevo Next Week: Black Star - David Bowie
01:04:13
January 28, 2021
EP28: Superchunk - No Pocky For Kitty
This week we kind of discuss Superchunks 1991 album No Pocky For Kitty. We talk about Bob Mould. The guy that’s married to Rachel Demmy. Going on a road trip with Paul Stanley, and Mikes mind is BLOWN by a co-writer of a particular song. Send us feedback! goldenshowerofhits@gmail.com Other topics include: Only Fans Buttering the floor prank Firehose Gibson Marauder Guitars Merge Records The Shins  Spoon How record label distribution works.  Steve Albini Spoon (band) The Jesus Lizard Pixies - Surfer Rosa Freestylin magazine KISS Any way you want it Fret edge binding Binding Scraping At Gibson USA Brian Adams Ace Frehley - Rock And Roll Hell - Origins Vol. 1 KISS - I Still Love You (Animalize Live Uncensored) Bosom Buddies Donna Dixon Doctor Detroit  Daily wall calendar Robben Ford Creatures of the Night Superchunk - Children in Heat (Misfits Cover) A Love Letter to Ace Frehley Jendell Slash was a BMXer Jon Wurster Traditional Grip Rachel Demy H. Jon Benjamin Archer Dentist from Parks and Req Superchunk - (The Cure) In Between Days Cabinet and Speakers matter kids! 
01:12:35
January 21, 2021
EP27: Husker Du - New Day Rising
This episode we cover the 1985 Husker Du album New Day Rising. Other topics include: Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground 1981-1991 Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Felony Flats Portland Oregon Graphics Interchange Format The Vagina Mobile  Vagina Beauty Pageant East Side Guitar Repair Vagina Guitars Nicollet Studios Ethan James (producer) Hurdy-gurdy The Day Old Donuts Chuck Dukowski Sextet My War Grant Hart - Is the Sky the Limit (Live on 89.3 The Current) Karl Mueller  Bob Mould - Blue Hearts Divining Rods Witch starter kit TikTok star gets called out for wearing Metallica T-shirt Do you remember podcast  Husker Du super fan site. - Thirdav.com Warehouse: Songs and Stories Metal Circus Check out a bunch of Mikes black guitars in the background
01:30:23
January 14, 2021
EP 26: Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Physical Graffiti is the sixth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin released in 1975. Mike spends an hour making excuses for it calling it “art”, while Jamie tells it like it is. Commodore PET Live mouse traps Puff Daddy - Come With Me - Godzilla soundtrack Not Bitter, Just Sweet: The Rolling Stones Give Royalties To The Verve Bone Apple Tea Long Distance Run Around Fragile (Yes album) Ace Frehley 78 Solo album Eddie Kramer Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith perform at the 1995 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Polyphonic What Makes John Bonham Such a Good Drummer? How Middle Earth Shaped Classic Rock Stairway to Heaven: Led Zeppelin's Hero's Journey Studio legend Carol Kaye gives Gene Simmons a lesson on bass Carol Kaye: Rock's Most Prolific Session Musician Lori Maddox Tell me Jimmy doesn’t look like this girls grandma. The name of the Sean Lennon song Jamie mentions in the show is actually called Dead Meat. 
01:16:25
January 7, 2021
EP25: The Kinks - Village Green Preservation Society
This week was talk about the Kinks 1968 The Village Green Preservation Society, released the same day as The Beatles (White Album). If you haven’t heard this record, you should! Is it snowing in PDX? George Goes Out On A High Note Father Christmas Evel Knievel's Jump at Minnesota Dragways Eddie Fiola Stuntman Mat Hoffman doing a 25 foot air  Spike Jones was a BMXer Birth of the Big Air Jamie Bestwick crash at the X Games Tell me who I am HP Picture book commercial from 2004 Susie Q (song) Dale Hawkins Johnny Thunders Create a google alert The Darjeeling Limited with The Kinks Isle of Dogs Face to Face (Band) Dave Davies explains how he really got the raw guitar sound on the kinks’ ‘you really got me’ The Zombies The Left Hand Who's Next FunHouse Roger Daltrey talks about knocking out Pete Townshend at The Who rehearsal Crop Dusting Physical Graffitea Hairy Situations
01:16:00
December 31, 2020
EP24: Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly
This week we talk about, but don’t do a cover of Kendrick Lamars 2015 effort To Pimp A Butterfly. Other topics include: Rudy noticed!  Werthers Original Deer Whistles NPR on Kendrick Lamar Parliament Motley Crew - To Fast For Love Stone Temple Pilots first record. Who’s That Lady by the Isley Brothers Marilyn Manson Sweet Dreams The Eurythmics Marilyn Manson autobiography That’s All by Genesis. Harvey Danger - Sad Sweetheart of the Rodeo Kurt Schmidt 
53:48
December 24, 2020
EP23: Built To Spill - Ancient Melodies of the Future
This week we tackle the 2001 Built To Spill album Ancient Melodies of the Future. Mike and Jamie talk about times they were dicks to other people and also talk about a lot of other bands. And for the first time ever, DON’T mention Bob Dylan, or Kid A! Other topics include: Teenage engineering Snuff TreePeople  Mos Generator Quasi Phil Ek Adam Pike at Roadhouse recording Rising Appalachia - Fly Around My Pretty Lil' Miss (Live in Atlanta GA) Ace Frehley and Tommy Thayer Mick Mars being pulled over.
01:27:60
December 17, 2020
EP22: Alice and Chains - Jar of Flies
This week Jamie and Mike discuss Alice in Chains 1994 album Jar of Flies. Salty Biscuit Ovation HotSnakes - If Credit’s What Matters I’ll Take Credit John Fogerty Kustom Amps Jamies Marshall PA Coffee Table Heavenly Donut B&H Photo video Shabbat
01:15:33
December 10, 2020
EP21: Tom Waits - Rain Dogs
This week is the Tom Waits 1985 album Rain Dogs.  --- Other Topics Include --- Beetlejuice The Nightmare Before Christmas Mbira City of lost children.  Ghosts Pat Nagle The Shins Strange Brew Mug Shot  Mike with Twister Sister Twisted Sister documentary  Frito Lay Doritos "Finger Cleaner" Super Bowl commercial 2014 Olan Mills MacOS  Apple Silicon
01:10:34
December 3, 2020
EP20: Gerry Rafferty - City to City
We cover Gerry Rafferty's City to City album. In messing with the format again this week, we actually spend most of our time talking about this album. Surprise!  Other topics include:  Mikes birthday is Dec 28th! Buy a copy of this record Ebow David Lee Roth Baker Street Waylon Jennings - Baker Street Waylon and Willie Christopher Cross Covid Testicles  Kiss albums Ratt Twisted Sister You can't stop rock and roll. 
01:26:58
November 19, 2020
EP19: The Beatles - The Beatles (White Album)
This week we talk about The Beatles album The Beatles.. commonly known as The White Album.  We try to go song by song, which was the initial idea of this podcast. Needless to say, this idea goes down in flames.  Below are some links to stuff we talk about during the episode.  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE | Jack White "Mother Nature's Son" | PBS IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE | Dave Grohl "Band on the Run" | PBS https://www.thewhitealbumproject.com/ Kiss uses Gibson Guitars and Pearl drums because they want the best.  But not really Peavey 5150 EL34 Tubes 6550 Tubes Marshall SL-X Rig Rundown - AC/DC's Angus Young & Stevie Young Angus Power Supply How Duels Work Ratting with terriers - This is actually kinda awful to watch.  THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK – THE TOURING YEARS. Official UK Trailer
01:47:24
November 12, 2020
EP18: Tame Impala - Currents
The 2015 album Currents by Tame Impala is up this week.  As always, we cover other topics as well. I put some links in the show notes for you to follow along.  Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better (Official Video) Jamies favorite guitar solo ever by Jason Huggins from the Otis song Trash  Molly Hatchet Tame Impala - Let It Happen (Official Video) Loaded Dark Days/Seattlehead Paul Stanley guitar solo You can't do that on Television Pinkerton 
01:43:23
November 5, 2020
EP 17: Rival Schools - United By Fate
Rival Schools United by Fate this week! I've added a bunch of links in the show notes. I maybe people will like that. We'll see.  Photo of Allie  Photo of Bosco Immunotherapy The Social Dilemma | Official Trailer | Netflix Pro Audio Star Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80 Ohm Studio Headphones East Side Guitar Repair - Get your shit fixed here!  Trade Up Music Centuar Guitar  Thunder Road Guitars Echoplex Mike & Mike's Guitar Bar Emerald City Guitars SeaTac Guitar Show Jen, Mike and Jamie Mike playing Jamies Les Paul Mike with his Black Les Paul OX Box Satellite Amplifiers Rival Schools United By Fate Quicksand Gorilla Biscuits Meow Meow  CIV  Zee Avi Parquet Courts Exploding Hearts Exploding Hearts wiki entry  Rival Schools: United by Fate Game Mike Squires the baseball player Mike Squires the hip hop guy? Youth of Today Ray Cappo Todd Youth Exile in Guyville  Metallica - Freeze 'Em All: Live in Antarctica Challenger: The Final Flight
01:39:30
October 29, 2020
EP 16: Smashing Pumpkins - Gish
This week we kind of talk about the Smashing Pumpkins 1991 album Gish. We talk about all kinds of other stuff too. We mention some other bands, so I’m gonna put links to their stuff here. Since Mike doesn’t know where you would get a blank DVD+R PXL-2000 My Lai was an amazing punk band from Chicago in the mid 90s. This is the 7 inch Jamie mentions in the episode Here’s a write up about the amazing Patrick Kenneally from My Lai This is the awful Peter Criss album from 1980 mentioned in the episode Ace Frehley's Original 1973 Gibson Les Paul X Walt Grace Vintage Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll RockWalk – The Walk of Fame for Rock Stars Ace Frehley, 'Origins, Vol. 2' Party Time Party Cannon This Death Metal Band Has The Least Death Metal Logo Possible
01:32:08
October 22, 2020
EP 15: The Smiths - Hatful of Hollow
In this episode we talk about the Smiths compilation album Hatful Of Hollow. We talk about the Smiths in general and a whole bunch of other stuff. Does anyone actually read these show notes? I feel like I’m writing to myself. I use to write long emails to my boss. I suspected he wasn’t actually reading the whole thing, so I started to insert lyrics for songs in the middle of paragraphs to see if he would say something. He never did. So I knew he wasn’t reading all of my emails. Anyways, if you’ve made it this far check out Zee Avi’s self titled album. We talk about it on this episode. Got a great Morrsey cover on it. https://www.discogs.com/Zee-Avi-Zee-Avi/master/882351 We also discover that Chris Smith is a supporter of the show! Thanks Chris that’s so cool! I hope you’re reading this.
01:50:38
October 15, 2020
EP 14: Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
In this episode we talk about Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John.  Other topics include:  Jamies months long voicemail trolling of Mike. Mike long term plotting revenge on his neighbor. Fires in Oregon Hitting animals with your car Jamie reveals his first job. The roots of the term “Working Girl” coming from Prostitution. Ace Frehley being a Trump supporter. Being a bad judge of character. Discovering your personality quirks from listening to your own podcast. Mike being a member of Alien Ant Farm. Jamie-Toids. Jamie singing the podcast theme song incorrectly. Checking to make sure Dirty Deeds isn’t already playing on the radio. Surprise nudity. We kind of deep dive into money splits with a band. Writing credits etc. Bands being a dictatorship or a democracy. Are Eltons sunglasses prescription? Mike tries to skew the grading system to his advantage, so we end up in a fucking EXTENDED grading argument.
01:49:29
October 7, 2020
EP 13: Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
This week we tackle the Led Zeppelins 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin. Other topics include: Robert Plants vocal being used as the sound effect for the Star Wars Tie Fighter. Bringing up stories that can’t be told on the podcast (sorry folks) Watching terrible Zeppelin documentaries to prep for this episode. Peter Grant being the original Suge Knight. People think they do, but don’t want great bands. The “Setlist” for the show, which is the topics that seem to touch on EVERY episode. Great first songs on debut records. Rolling Stone magazine shitting on this record. What Mike thinks about Jeff Beck, Mike giving his teacher his copy of Yngwie Malmsteens Rising Force cassette. Loaning equipment to Reignwolf. Playing air cymbals. Wanting to play First Ave in Minneapolis. Fake entries in the listener poll. Jamie RAGES about LCD Sound system. The best wrestling stable of all time. Mike says there is a Grand Funk album that is as good as this. Scaring kids while tripping on LSD. Multiple John-toids make an appearance this week. How attitudes about sex have changed over the decades. We discus what a “nob” is Jamies Grandma being sex positive and giving him his first box of condoms. How awful powered milk is.
01:41:02
October 1, 2020
EP 12: Clutch - Earth Rocker
This weeks record is Earth Rocker by the band Clutch. We talk about the album and other stuff too. Surprise! Other topics in this episode include: A discussion of lyrics and not paying attention to them Dog bones, touring at 50 Interacting with bands you don’t like Politics of being in a band. Playing shows in front of big audiences who don’t know your songs. Phoning in drum parts and no one noticing. Gags and parlor tricks in songs, pick slides. Punk rock slowing down Backup clone wives. Orange amps Tony Iommi and Brian Mays guitar sound. Of course Yank Crime Eating the same breakfast every day for five years. Grading scale again and an argument that a C grade is not average. Trying to stop the discussion of blues, and how we both dislike Dixieland jazz. Next week. Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin
01:24:48
September 24, 2020
EP 11: Arcade Fire - Funeral
We start out comparing this record to Kid A, and then end up bashing Kid A for a bit. Why not? Jamie keeps trying to convince Mike that he knows about contemporary things. Mike has friends that have won Juno awards, so of course Jamie makes fun of this regional award he pisses all over the Grammys and they get into the argument over country size again. Other topics include: Swipes at Husker Du and Zen Arcade. Spinet pianos Tuning at full volume with a Marshall. Laika the Russian space dog Don’t make friends with Chickens. The Afghan Whigs being high school wrestlers We blast Rolling Stone with an uncountable amount of F-Bombs for their bullshit 500 greatest albums of all time list. 'Yank Crime' by Drive Like Jehu, Rachel Demys DJ name. Eddie Vedder and Pirate Radio.
01:20:39
September 17, 2020
EP 10: The Posies - Dear 23
Other topics include: The Seattle music scene being totally inbred. Portland musical cliques. The Stone Roses, Grant Heart and Husker Du, Joe Bass and Bobby Keys. Mike giving an audition tape to Sunny Day Real Estate. What a mistake it is for labels to not make digital copies of their existing tape inventory. Jamie tells his attempt to get on a major tour with the Violent Femmes strategy. "Cure hair" and Randy Rhoads. Microfiche vs the smart phones How being nineteen in 1990 is way different than being nineteen in 2020 and living Groundhog Day.
01:24:43
September 10, 2020
EP 9: Judas Priest - Point of Entry
Mike loves this record so much that all of Jamies jokes basically crash and burn. I think this is the first episode where we actually spend most of the time talking about the record. Other topics include: Dio, Rage Against the Machine, Rule 34. How everyone wants Tommy Thayers job. Kiss Alive being partially recorded in Davenport Iowa. Jamies disappointment that he's not the new singer for Black Flag. Our plan to have Ken Kelly repaint the Kiss Love Gun cover with Mike and Jamie included. Pissing off anyone living in Iowa. Mutt Lang being a shit hot singer, Mikes hate for Bob Dylan on Bobs Wikipedia page. Jamie talks about spending time in his front yard in his underwear leaf blowing. An argument over who the greatest metal band of all time is, Phil Anselmo and a wine bottle. Finally and surprisingly, no argument over the the GSOH grading system.
01:25:46
September 3, 2020
EP 8: David Bowie - Hunky Dory
We start out the podcast hearing about Mikes time as a grave digger.. because OF COURSE he was a grave digger at one point in his life. Turns out Mike technically still works there.  We eventually talk about Hunky Dory by David Bowie. We cover the great Mick Ronson, and the historic piano used by Rick Wakeman on this album.  We also end up talking about Death Becomes Her, tattoos, the band Yes, Heart of the Sunrise, the movie Buffalo 66. Listening to stems, Garth Brooks alter ego Chris Gaines, Kix cereal, and the band Trixter. Mike gets even more creative with his swipes at Bob Dylan and Jamie reveals his "stuck on a desert island record". Jamie and Mike really love this record, the cover song was important to get right. So of course it was left to the last minute and done poorly right before the episode was posted. Punk rock! 
01:57:04
August 27, 2020
EP 7: The Who - My Generation
In this episode Jamie and Mike gush over their love of each of The Who members, but take them to task over some of the covers on this record. A word of advice, never ever cover James Brown. As always, the conversation veers to other bands, and their influences. The missed opportunity of Bobby Keys not being a keyboard player, and the playability of three pickup Gibson SGs The end of the episode almost sees the end of the podcast in general, as Jamie and Mike clash over the idea that Jimi Hendrix is on the same songwriting plane as The Who.
01:52:24
August 20, 2020
EP 6: Drab Majesty - The Demonstration
This week is the 2017 album The Demonstration by Drab Majesty. Jamie and Mike dig into this record, we also manage to completely alienate most of the worlds major religions, the East Coast of the United States, Sex and the City fans, and virgins in heaven. So join us for this episode. If it makes you angry, please write your complaints on a piece of paper, fold it into a paper airplane, and throw it in the direction of New York or Portland Oregon.
01:10:45
August 13, 2020
EP 5: RadioHead - Kid A
If you listened to the end of the last episode, you’ve had a sneak peak as to how Jamie and Mike feel about this album. Since Kid A is an experiment in the “art” of music, Jamie and Mike spend the hour painting you a beautiful portrait of how much they dislike this album. If you also dislike this album and have wasted your time listening to it in the past, join us for a verbal Office Space printer revenge on this record.
01:06:18
August 6, 2020
EP 4: A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory
Jamie and Mike discuss their PTSD from watching "The Day After" and growing up during the Cold War. Jamie’s inability to sleep with his feet off the end of the bed due to the horror movie "Trilogy of Terror". The Too Legit to Quit hand gesture, drum machines, samples, incels, 4Chan, and progressive songs from 1991, not being so progressive in 2020. Mike talks about making the OZZY video, and for the first time on the show, has to pause the episode to go poop. It wouldn't be an episode of GSOH if Jamie and Mike didn't argue about album grades. So of course that happens. Oh yeah, and they talk about A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory.
01:10:26
July 30, 2020
EP3 Midnight Oil - Diesel and Dust
On this episode Jamie and Mike discuss Midnight Oil’s 1987 album Diesel and Dust. Mike explains what a Jody is. Continues to try and gaslight Jamie about his his grade for the Leonard Cohen review from EP1. As well as taking swipes at poor defenseless Bob Dylan in the process. Jamie completely dismisses the entire continent of Australia and popular bands from there as “regional” heroes at best, and the boys quickly touch on the number of elementary schools they each attended. Which explains a lot.
01:06:23
July 23, 2020
EP2 BigStar - Radio City
In this episode Jamie and Mike discuss Big Star’s 1974 album Radio City. Ardent Studios, Chris Bell, Cheap Trick always being a brides maid, Jamies great meeting with Gene Simmons, and Mikes less than stellar first encounter with him.
01:18:50
July 16, 2020
EP1 Leonard Cohen ‎– Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Our inaugural episode. Jamie and Mike discuss Prince, Kiss, cigarettes, the real reason why Jamie hates Paul Simon.  We even manage to talk about this record a little bit!
01:03:38
July 9, 2020
Golden Shower of Hits Trailer
People tell us their favorite record from each decade and two old rockers review them. Check out the trailer and see what the show is all about. 
02:15
July 8, 2020