Episode 59. An interview with Chris Foust of Foust.
Clips of Foust's music played in this episode include Please, The Ocean, The Fountain, and Little Man. Audio used with permission.
Intro music is Let's Fight by Shad Warrell. His soundcloud can be found here:
Shad Warrell | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Intro music used with permission.
Welcome to episode 58 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! In this episode, I sat down for a chat with the band, Volk. Chris and Eleot are rad. Give it a listen! And support Volk's music!
Clips of Volk's music used with consent of the band. I do not own copyright or license to the music.
Intro music is Let's Fight by Shad Warrell. Outro music is Southern Hospitality by Shad Warrell. His soundcloud can be found here:
Shad Warrell | Free Listening on SoundCloud (https://soundcloud.com/shad-warrell)
Welcome to episode 58 of NAYK. In this episode, I ramble on about my thoughts on Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), the latest installment in the DCEU.
On the agenda are plot holes, magic roofies, Trans Ams, 80s music, and fighter jets - among other things.
The Wonder Woman theme music is taken from my legally purchased music library. I do not own the copyright or license to the music. If you have any issue with its use in this podcast episode, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to episode 57 of NAYK. I talk about what I've been watching, along with David Hasselhoff going metal and my favorite rock/metal christmas music II. Hayden is back for two quick movie reviews: Home Alone (1990) and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989).
All sound clips and music clips are taken from my personal, legally purchased collection. I do not own any licenses or copyrights for the movies or songs. If you have an issue with their use in this episode, please email me at email@example.com.
Welcome to episode 56 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! In today’s episode I give a quick rundown of what I’ve been watching over the past couple of weeks. And then The Kid joins me, and we talk about three Christmas movies: The Christmas Chronicles (2018), The Christmas Chronicles: Part 2 (2020), and Krampus (2015). I also review Shinedown spinoff Smith & Myers’ new rock albums Volumes 1 and 2 (2020).
All music played during this episode come from the legally purchased music library of Kevin Shanks. I do not own any specific licenses or copyrights for the music. If you have an issue with any of the music played in this episode, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't sue me.
Want some 80s B-movie goodness? Watch Killer Klowns from Outer Space! It's episode 54 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Listen to Hayden and I talk about this film.
Outro music is The Dickies' Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988). I do not own the licenses/copyrights to the song.
The Kid and I are back yet again for another horror movie. This time we've watched 2010's horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil! Give this a listen!
Intro music is Technotronic's Pump Up The Jam.
Outro music is Mass Undergoe's I Dug My Grave.
Both of the songs appeared in the film. I do not own the licenses to the music.
The Kid and I watched the 2020 comedy-horror-slasher film Uncle Peckerhead. Light spoilers ahead.
Intro music is a clip from Deprivation by School Drugs.
Outro music is an in-movie clip of the band DUH performing in Uncle Peckerhead.
I do not own the rights/licenses to the music or audio clip.
Welcome to ScareFest 2020 on Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Podcast. In the ScareFest series of movie reviews, The Kid and I will watch a new-ish horror film and then talk a bit about it afterwards.
For episode 49, we watched Scott Beck and Bryan Woods' haunted house film Haunt (2019).
This isn't an in-depth movie review, but light spoilers ahead.
Intro music is an excerpt from In This Moment's Salvation.
Outro music is Lissie's cover of Dragula which can be heard during the end credits of Haunt.
I do not own the rights/licenses to this music, but the music did come from my legally purchased music library. If you have any issues with the use of this music in this podcast, please contact me at email@example.com. Don't sue me. I have no money.
Welcome back to Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Podcast. I'm finally returning to the podcast game after a brief hiatus. In this episode, I talk about Doom Patrol, season 1 and the documentary, David Foster: Off The Record. I also give three new music recommendations and then I sit down for a Somebody Had To Ask conversation with Janine Dahling. Enjoy!
All music used in this podcast is taken directly from Kevin G. Shanks' personal music collection. I do not own any licenses or copyrights to the music. If you have an issue with me using any of the music, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will remove it. Please don't sue me.
Episode 45. Time to salute! I bring you some new rock/metal songs that have been released over the last month. Also, it’s another edition of Somebody Had To Ask with Dan Ramirez. Dan and I cover a lot of stuff this episode: life in the ‘rona pandemic, teenage Dan’s bedroom walls, concerts, music videos, Spice Girls, 90s jams, Dave Grohl doppelgangers, cancel culture, biopics, Little Rascals, your last meal, and much more.
Welcome to episode 43 of NAYK. It's time for Mix 3 of Five Cover Songs You Should Know. Enjoy!
I do not own the licenses to any of the music used in this podcast episode. All of the music is copied from my personal library which was legally purchased by me. If anyone has any issues with my use of the music on this podcast episode, contact me at email@example.com and I will remove the specific music. Do not sue me. I have no money. I just want to bring awareness to awesome music.
Episode 42 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! is here. In this episode I rant about people doing dumb things like hoarding toilet paper and not believing public health experts. It's short, but I had to do it. Enjoy!
Episode 41. I review Ozzy Osbourne's new album, Ordinary Man. Did I like it? Tune in to find out.
Clips of any music played were taken from my legally purchased music collection. If there are any issues with the use of the music in this podcast episode, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't sue me. I have no money.
You can find Ozzy Osbourne's music available to purchase anywhere that music is able to be bought.
Welcome to episode 40 of NAYK! In this episode, I talk about Billie Eilish's new Bond theme song, No Time To Die; Rage Against the Machine ticket prices, upcoming spring and summer rock shows, Alter Bridge's Walk the Sky tour, positive and inspirational rock music, sore feet, and a 10 minute movie review of Sonic the Hedgehog (2020).
Episode 39. What happens when a film ending ruins a movie? Well, tune in to find out. In this episode, I talk about The Turn of the Screw story by Henry James and the new horror film, The Turning (2020). It's time for a 10-ish minute movie review.
Episode 36 of NAYK is here. In this episode, I introduce you to progressive and psychedelic rock band, Spooky Tooth and their cover of The Beatles' classic song "I am the Walrus". And why am I talking about this band and song? Well, listen to find out.
Intro music is Deaf Election - Sleeper.
Outro music is Sightless in Shadow - The Pit of Doom
Welcome back to a bonus episode of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! It's a brief movie review of a Christmas horror short film from 2008 - Treevenge.
Jason Eisener's VIMEO - this is where you can watch Treevenge (2008).
It's episode 33 of the Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Podcast and I'm talking Black Christmas - both the 1974 version (the grandfather of all slasher films) and the new remake for 2019. What did I think? Well, listen and find out.
If you like this podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It does help.
I'm back with episode 32. The podcast enters season 2 and I've spruced up the podcast with new intro and outro music and a new logo. First I make an announcement and then I talk Ozzy Osbourne, Billie Eilish, Van Halen, Blood Incantation, American Bombshell, Pop Evil, Roxette, and play some rad music clips.
Boo! Welcome to NAYK’s 31st Episode. It's the Halloween Spooktacular 2019! I’ve got songs for your spooky playlist and movies for your Halloween horror viewing. Also join me and special guest Dr. Jens Foell for a Halloween edition of Somebody Had To Ask where we talk about zombie apocalypse weapons, tombstones, vampires, Halloween costumes, and of course, Disney World (scary, eh?).
Music for Your Spooky Playlist starts at 00:01:41 - music includes versions of Season of the Witch, Don't Fear The Reaper, I Put A Spell On You, Pet Sematary, Stand By Me, Somebody's Watching Me, Stabbing in the Dark, Monster Mash, Where Did You Sleep Last Night, and Dragula.
Movie reviews start at 00:27:27 - I am covering Zombieland: Doubletap, Cooties, Little Monsters, There Comes A Knocking, Rattlesnake, and The Lighthouse.
SHTA with Dr. Jens Foell starts at 00:59:54
Songs for Your Spooky Playlist on Spotify
The Leftover Army Podcast
It's episode 28 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! and I'm talking Tool's new album, Fear Inoculum. Did I enjoy it? Or do I hate it? Is it meh? Or The Shit? Listen to find out. Reuploaded with better audio quality.
It's episode 30 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! and I talk about the hard rock band, Deep Purple - their history, music, and live show. Also, I get in some brief talk about Ice Nine Kills new song, Your Number's Up. Reuploaded with better audio quality.
It’s episode 27 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! I chat with the hard rock/metal band Become Ethereal.
Mike, James, and Mariana of Become Ethereal were a pleasure to talk with and I hope nothing but the best for them in the future. You can find them on social media as well as their music at:
If you’re in Utah, go check out one of their shows. Support kickass music!
It's another installment of Music of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) on Nobody Asked You, Kevin! In Episode 26, I talk about Doctor Strange, psychedelic rock music, Pink Floyd, and their song Interstellar Overdrive. Pink Floyd's other connections to Doctor Strange are also mentioned.
Pink Floyd's Interstellar Overdrive studio recording on YouTube
Pink Floyd's Interstellar Overdrive live recording with Frank Zappa
Pink Floyd's Interstellar Overdrive live recording at Santa Monica, CA (1970)
Dose Makes the Poison Blog with Pictures of the cover art of A Saucerful of Secrets and Doctor Strange
It's episode 25 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! and I'm talking about Slipknot's new album We Are Not Your Kind.
Clips of Unsainted and Nero Forte are taken from my legally purchased music collection. If there is any issues with the use of the music in this podcast episode, please contact me at nobodyaskedyoukevin AT gmail DOT com. Don't sue me.
You can find Slipknot's music available to purchase anywhere that music is able to be bought.
Support kickass music!
Official music video for Unsainted
Official music video for Birth of the Cruel
Official music video for Solway Firth
It's episode 24 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Tonight I give my thoughts on being kind. Give it a listen - it's brief (only 6 minutes long) but it's something I needed to say. Enjoy.
Pay it forward. Always.
This is episode 23 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
Today, I chat with Nick Reese, vocalist of the rock band Joyous Wolf. Nick talks about his early years, his band's music, his thoughts on cover songs, and he even answers a few Somebody Had To Ask questions.
Also included in this episode is the August drawing for a digital download code for one lucky podcast reviewer. The winner gets to choose from Avengers Infinity War, Captain Marvel, or Logan.
Joyous Wolf can be found on the internet and on Twitter.
Support rock and roll. Buy their music.
The Dose Makes the Poison Blog
Kevin's YouTube Channel
Welcome to episode 22 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! This is the first mix of five cover songs I think you should know. Let's listen to some good music.
If you have a cover song that you think I should know, contact me via email at email@example.com.
Welcome to Episode 21 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! I give my nonspoiler review of the movie Midsommar and also get a little science-y by talking about psilocybin mushrooms aka 'shrooms.
Opening song is Prophesy from the Midsommar soundtrack.
Teaser trailer for Midsommar can be found here.
Outro song is Franki Valli’s 1965 song The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine (Anymore).
I don’t own this music, so if there is any issue with its use, please contact Kevin Shanks. Please don’t sue me.
It’s another round of Somebody Had to Ask for Episode 20 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! and it's extra long! Tonight’s special guest is Paul Hart of Movies from the Hart and The Animated Batcast. Our Q&A takes several twists and turns as we talk about Halloween, SNES games, honey badgers, sandwiches (lots of food talk – sorry, I was hungry while recording), Jessie and the Rippers, songs on the soundtracks of life, Ace of Base and 90s jams, and many other tangents. It was a pleasure to speak with Paul. Please stick around for our special outro music tonight.
You can find the podcast here on Anchor or on Apple Music/Spotify.
As mentioned, you can find Paul on Movies from the Hart and The Animated Batcast.
The intro music is a metal guitar cover of the Batman: The Animated Series theme song by Niall Stenson.
The outro music is Forever by Jessie and the Rippers from the Full House tv series.
I do not own the music played on this podcast episode, so if there are any issues, please contact Kevin Shanks. Don’t sue me. Please.
It's a quick episode of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! I discuss movie theater behavior (or lack thereof) and my experience at the theater last night. Plus, is Annabelle Comes Home any good?
That's all I got. Short and sweet.
Welcome to Episode 18 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! I'm back with another edition of Somebody Had To Ask. Tonight's guest is Garret Odle of the Garret Talks to Himself podcast. We talk about peanut butter, rainy day movies, disgusting fast food, giving wedgies to historical figures, being dared to do stupid things, and pizza.
You can find Garret on social media on Twitter (@gtthpod) or on the Garret Talks to Himself Podcast on Anchor.
Songs played in this episode are:
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under the Bridge
Nickelback - How You Remind Me
As always, please leave a review (good or bad or indifferent) on Apple Music. I really like constructive criticism, but I'll take any kind of criticism. Reviews will start to be read on the episodes in July and will be entered into a drawing for a free digital movie code.
Welcome to Episode 17 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
Hayden is back! We talk about the latest X-Men movie, Dark Phoenix. We share our thoughts on the movie and rate it. Spoilers mentioned, of course. The Five Minute Movie Review lasted just over 30 minutes this time. Gonna have to change the name.
Songs played during this episode are:
X-Men: The Animated Series theme song by Robboogie1
Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Welcome to Episode 16 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
Tonight I am joined by Hayden for a movie review/talk about Godzilla: King of the Monsters. We share our thoughts on the movie and rate it. Only brief spoilers mentioned, but spoilers nonetheless.
Song played during the episode is Blue Oyster Cult's Godzilla.
If you can, please leave a podcast rating on Apple Music. Good or bad, it goes a long way.
Welcome to Episode 15 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
This is the first installment of The Music of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), where I’ll spotlight a band and song from the MCU.
In this first episode, I talk about the band Traffic, psychedelic rock music, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), Steve Winwood, Traffic’s 1967 song Dear Mr. Fantasy, and its use in the MCU movie Avengers: Endgame (2019).
Links to music played during the episode:
Spencer Davis Group - Gimme Some Lovin'
The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
Oasis - Wonderwall
Steve Winwood - Back in the High Life Again
Steve Winwood - Roll With It
Traffic - Dear Mr. Fantasy
Traffic - Dear Mr. Fantasy (Live)
All music recorded from the personal library of Kevin G. Shanks. If there are any issues with the music played during this podcast, please contact Kevin Shanks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to Episode 14 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! On this episode, The Kid visits the podcast for the first time and we get to know him a bit and then talk about Avengers Endgame. FULL SPOILERS AHEAD. FULL SPOILERS AHEAD. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Intro music is We Didn't Start the Fire Avengers Parody, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, YouTube: https://youtu.be/-onk-Qm7ATw
Alan Silvestri, Main on End from the Avengers Endgame score, YouTube: https://youtu.be/4B3gCHbDu94
Outro music is an Avengers theme cover version by cellist Shan the Cellist. Instagram is @shanthecellist. YouTube: https://youtu.be/SF0Kr2dw1cU
I do not own any of this music - if there is an issue with music played during this podcast, please contact Kevin Shanks at email@example.com.
Welcome to Episode 13 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
In this episode, I give my quick rambling thoughts about the MCU and upcoming Avengers: Endgame. I blast out 21 theories and things I think may or may not happen in Endgame. People, we are days away from this movie! Follow Rule 1 at all times while in the theater. Enjoy!
The Avengers theme was originally composed by Alan Silvestri and the outro cover was done by Rich (Richaadeb) – it can be found on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHQsVEgMImE.
Rich’s patreon is https://www.patreon.com/RichaadEB. You can buy this cover at https://apple.co/2HdgcaY (which I did).
Also included in this podcast is a snippet of Taylor Swift’s Endgame. The clip was made from my personal library of music (yes, I own Taylor Swift’s music). Her song can be found here on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfnCAmr569k&feature=youtu.be. You can buy her music EVERYWHERE.
All movie sound clips were made from my library of purchased MCU-related BluRay movies.
If there are any issues with the use of music in this podcast episode, please contact Kevin Shanks at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't sue me, Tay!
Welcome to episode 12 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! This is another rendition of Somebody Had To Ask. Tonight's Q&A is with guest Stephanie Chapman. We get into crafting, ketchup, Saturn, amusement parks, Tiffany, crushed ice, telekinesis, French fry condiments, sandwiches, exploding Adam Levine and Ariana Grande, and Girl Scout cookies.
Episode 11 of #NAYK! entails a lot of rambling about the Gin Blossoms, Kevin's Rules of Life - Rule # 7, Avengers Endgame, health issues, getting old, falling apart, ketamine, and fentanyl. Did I mention there was lots of rambling?
New Miserable Experience Tour pictures can be found on my blog.
My YouTube Channel can be found at Forensic Tox Guy.
I do not own any of the music used in this podcast episode. If you have issues with the use of the music in this episode, please contact me first before suing me. I don't have any money anyways.
It’s episode 10 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
Tonight’s show focuses on Somebody Had To Ask, a 20 question Q&A with a special guest. Tonight’s guest is Amanda Albers. We talk about a wide range of things including July 4th, curse words, 90s music, Slipknot, Nickelback, sandwiches, common courtesy, and not being creepy.
Don't forget to name that intro tune and send me your answer.
Amanda can be found on The Leftover Army podcast feed on The Leftover Army Monsters: Giant Podcast All Out Attack.
The Leftover Army Podcast network
Nobody Asked You, Kevin! on Twitter
Nobody Asked You, Kevin! on Facebook
Welcome to Episode 9 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin!
In this episode, I talk about some live rock concerts I just saw, didgeridoos, Rule # 4, Hepatitis A, movies, CBD and drug tests, give thanks, and I ask a special guest some dumb questions (and get some really good answers).
Rock Talk (01:31)
Dorothy’s Freedom Tour including Spirit Animal and Dorothy
Sirius XM Octane Accelerator Tour including Afterlife, Royal Tusk, and Like A Storm
Kevin’s Rules of Life (30:58)
Rule # 4 – Wash Your Fucking Hands
Movies and Shit (35:53)
Happy Death Day 2 U
Alita Battle Angel
Gratitude, Dude. (39:23)
Thank you to Pop Culture Leftovers (Brian and Jake), StarkCast (Joe), Tales from the Yard (Scott), and Heroes of Noise (Dan and Steve)
Drugs, Man. (42:47)
Can CBD cause a positive urine drug test for marijuana?
Somebody Had To Ask! (60:53)
Q&A with Rebekah Dahling
Links of Interest
My blog, Dose Makes the Poison (http://dosemakespoison.blogspot.com/)
Pop Culture Leftovers podcast (http://www.popcultureleftovers.com/)
StarkCast podcast (https://media.zencast.fm/starkcast)
Tales from the Yard podcast (https://m.soundcloud.com/user-752223467/tfty-davids-valentine)
Heroes of Noise podcast (https://heroesofnoise.com/)
First ever ‘Somebody Had To Ask!’ guest was Rebekah Dahling. She can be found on Twitter at (https://twitter.com/dollfacerebekah). She can also be found as host/co-host on the Number One Comic Books podcast (http://shoutengine.com/NumberOneComicBooks/), Runaways TV Talk podcast (http://shoutengine.com/RunawaysTVTalk/), The Animated Batman podcast (https://www.facebook.com/theanimatedbatcast/), and sometimes on The Supercast (https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/The-Supercast-p945584/).
Any music appearing in this podcast was recorded live by Kevin Shanks via iPhone or sampled from his legally purchased music library. If any disputes regarding the use of music should arise, please contact Kevin Shanks at email@example.com.
Welcome to episode 8 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Join me as I ramble on about the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the awesomeness of the Foo Fighters, a new hobby, and some underrated guitar solos.
This ain't no halftime shit. This is some good time shit.
Rock with Hopp Podcast can be found here:
Shinedown's 2018 album Attention Attention can be found here:
Back off man, I'm a scientist! Welcome to Episode 7 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! Today's episode is a little different as I talk about forensic toxicology and I answer your questions about toxicology. I even talk about the fentanyl exposure hysteria. Enjoy!
Welcome to Episode 6 of Nobody Asked You, Kevin! In this episode, I talk about a night of metal and bodily fluids, otherwise known as attending a GWAR concert. I also listen to some of their music. Enjoy!
Welcome to episode 4 of NAYK! This is part 1 of a 2 part Christmas themed series of episodes. In part 1, I talk about my favorite Christmas music - both traditional and rock/metal. Give it a listen! There may be some surprises in the list! Stay tuned for part 2 (Christmas movies) soon!
Welcome to Episode 3 of NAYK!
I give my brief thoughts on Stan Lee's passing on 11/12/2018. Excelsior!
The Spider-Man outro song is from NStens1117 on YouTube. https://youtu.be/xCx8bWs6sTg
The Stan Lee cameo is from Sony's Spider-Man 3 (2007).
The Steve Rogers/Captain America excerpt is from Disney/Marvel's Captain America: Civil War (2016).