|00:00:00||The Starchild introduces us to the podcast |
|00:02:00||We learn about Mr. Gary Lucy's comedy and music background|
"If these walls could talk, they'd say 'Pat, get out.'"
- Pat Francis
|00:03:30||Gary wants to break down the musical walls the separate the people|
|00:04:25||"We're going to be the Siskel and Ebert of musical podcast scene. And by that I mean that I have a brain tumor and Gary has jaw cancer"|
|00:05:50||We learn from Gary that The Replacements have a song called Gary's Got A Boner.|
|00:07:20||Gary kicks it off with Violent Femmes by the Violent Femmes.|
"It seems tame now, but at the time I thought 'are these guys serial killers?'"
|00:10:00||Pat chooses The Pretenders by The Pretenders.|
"Top to bottom, a great, great album."
|00:12:00||From Gary: Is This It? The Strokes.|
"The most recent debut album that made me go 'wow!'"
|00:15:19||Pat: Van Halen's self-titled album |
|00:18:20||Gary: Exile in Guyville by Liz Phair|
A track-by-track reply to the Stones Exile on Main Street. Gary cannot BELIEVE that Pat doesn't like Exile on Main Street.
|00:22:40||Pat: "A perfect power pop record of the 90s." New Miserable Experience by The Gin Blossoms|
|00:24:45||Gary: Greetings from Asbury Park by Bruce Springsteen. Manfred Mann's got nothin' on the Boss, according to Pat.|
Fun fact: Bruce wrote "Hungry Hearts" for the Ramones and "Fire" was supposed to be for Elvis.
|00:27:26||Pat: The Cars selft-titled debut|
"One of the best side ones in history"
|00:30:50||Gary's #1 choice: 3 Feet High and Rising by De La Soul|
"Nothing like it before or after. The greatest debut album of all time."
|00:33:08||Pat: Bat Out of Hell by Meatloaf|
|00:30:00||What didn't make the list:|
• Appetitie for Destruction by Guns and Roses
• Boston by Boston
• The Knack by The Knack
• Blizzard of Oz by Ozzy
• Outlandos d'Amour by The Police
Sports Illustrated: All-Time Top 40 Sports Songs
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