Punch Up The Jam
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Y.M.C.A. by Village People
'Sugar' by Maroon 5 (w/ Ena Da)
'One Headlight' by The Wallflowers
'Long December' by Counting Crows (w/ Pat Cassels)
'You're Still The One' by Shania Twain (w/ Jiji Lee)
'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' by Green Day (w/ Joanna Hausmann)
'Eye of The Tiger' by Survivor (w/ Arthur Meyer)
'Replay' by Iyaz (w/ Phil Jamesson)
'Lovely Day' by Bill Withers (w/ Michael Gregory)
'Young Americans' by David Bowie (w/ Julian Shapiro-Barnum)
'Goodbye Earl' by The Chicks
'Rude' by MAGIC! (w/ Wolves of Glendale)
'Octopus's Garden' by The Beatles (w/ Reilly Anspaugh)
'Shine' by Collective Soul
'The Lazy Song' by Bruno Mars (w/ Shelby Wolstein and EJ Marcus)
'Thinking Out Loud' by Ed Sheeran
'Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)' by Looking Glass (w/ Jon Gabrus)
'Never Gonna Give You Up' by Rick Astley
'I'll Make Love To You' by Boyz II Men (w/ Carl Tart)
Around the 21 minute mark they begin talking about Okie from Muskogee. What's interesting about that is, there is a great possibility Merle Haggard was actually being facetious, poking fun at those who hold those types of beliefs. Check out the podcast Cocaine and Rhinestones for a story about that. Find it here: https://cocaineandrhinestones.com/merle-haggard-okie-from-muskogee
I love Miel and Demi and the show, but sometimes they have the most inexplicable blind spots/obliviousness. Complaining that completely different sounding music being separated into different genres is somehow a method against black artists while rock and metal have probably 30 sub-genres between them... uh, ok guys, sure. Other times they are so incredibly insightful I literally have to pause an episode as previously held opinions/assumptions melt under their brilliance.
The guy's antics really pissed me off in this episode; constantly interrupting and playing music from his phone. He wants to upstage a real dissection of the song and turn it into a show about his jokes. Like 1/4 or 1/5 of what he says is funny or useful.
The punch-up was the best way to end this episode. Spectacular impression!
Love, love, love the punch up!
Omg the way Patrick describes his childhood is EXACTLY mine. I rollerbladed around my basement sump pump! Super weird childhood twinsies!
FYI the fake band 2Ge+her had a song called "Rub One Out!"
The punch up is just Ween covering Crash Test Dummies.
you sound like a moron when you crack up to basic lyrics. this podcast would be really interesting if you didn't act like you were in junior high. this was my 3rd & final Punch. i tried....👎
this song is the 90's equivalent of Manfred Mann (or Bruce Springsteen) Blinded by the Light. a bunch of fun sounding nonsense.
I was laughing SO hard with this. wrong thing to listen to while trying to sleep!!
the show sucks without demi. I'm ready to head out on this subscription.
40:00 this is Spot ON yell-singing! HAHAHA
so I guess it's time to unsubscribe? I loved the dynamic of the duo with a guest, but a 1 on 1 seems boring besides talking to her dad. also miel's voice bores on you when it's mostly her talking. fun while it lasted.
so NOT a punch up, just a silly audio skirt? you know what? pretty fun!
what a nice one
GUHHHHHH!!!! I'll never NOT listen to this podcast, but that felt super sad, and I will miss Demi. hopefully he pops up every once in awhile- but I know Miel is gonna keep up the fun and I love it.
oh shit?! Good job Miel!
the punch up for this is beautiful
Allman Brothers also had two drummers. Know more music history fuckers.