This week Paul makes his triumphant return with our theme " Album you love for the lyrics". While Chris plays tracks from a synth rock/pop outfit (5:07, 36:32, 50:17, 1:07:05, 1:24:43), Paul selects songs from one of the greatest selling rock acts of all time (16:05, 43:00, 57:37, 1:16:25, 1:32:45). All this plus class differences, Paul actually likes Chris's band, early videos, 1st cars, dangerous cosplay, music for storytelling, rock opera, biblical inspirations, old studio technology, dead beat dads, messing with M.J., Peter's drive-in, Fred's thing and Wayne's World.
Albums This Week: This is Hardcore - Pulp Night at the Opera - Queen
Intro: Lyrics to Go - Tribe Called Quest Outro: Lyric Licking - Del the Funky Homosapien
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This week OLN is hijacked by the hosts of a new couples podcast, "How Was Your Week, Honey?" one of which sounds an awful like one half of the original show hosting duo. While Kristin plays tracks of a soundtrack that reminds her of when she first met her husband (8:44, 30:35, 47:48, 1:08:18, 1:26:52), Chris selects song from a various artists "album" (20:26, 40:42, 59:50, 1:19:42, 1:35:51) that has stayed with this couple to date. All this plus the Taming of the Shrew, no such things as bad publicity, break ups, bad mix tape etiquette, car accidents, Heath Ledger, social anxieties, Hayley Mills, safe grad, Winnipeg ska, Radiohead can be contentious, Josey and the Pussycats and the mix tape song list.
Albums this Week: 10 Things I Hate About You - Various
Intro: Mr. E's Beautiful Blues - Eels Outro: Deeper Than Beauty - Sloan
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This week Agent Palmer returns to fill in as co-host with the theme "Power Trio". Savouring his first opportunity to bring five songs, Palmer selects tracks from a mid-western trio he discovered in college (12:50, 32:16, 53:22, 1:14:00, 13:54) while Chris plays songs from a Scottish indie-rock band major debut (18:00, 43:15, 1:06:25, 1:24:44, 1:42:26). All this plus the plethora of power trios, Emo, how to start an album, Beatles vs Stones reprise, Chicago vs Delta blues, home recordings back in the day, hating the Vancouver Canucks, Palmer breaks the OLN rules, band evolution over time, indie bands, hidden CD tracks and the benefits of streaming services.
Albums this week: Maybe I'll Catch Fire - Alkaline Trio Costello Music - the Fratellis
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This week Diamond Dave returns once again as guest host and we are joined as well by none other than the Agent Palmer as our special guest. Under the theme "Bands From America", Palmer plays songs from one of the top rock albums of the late 70's (10:48, 42:56, 1:17:15, 1:52:06), while Dave selects tracks from one of the most musical gifted groups of the 90's (18:46, 1:00:40, 1:25:00) and Chris picks cuts from an influential if not flawed group of the 80's (25:55, 1:08:29, 1:39:51). All this plus working out, Dave's X-mas story, drummers need sheet music?, Dave's music education, velodromes, cringe worthy guitar parts, drinking is the secret to rock and roll, simple solos, the future of the 70's, guitar pinkie, starstruck hitchhiking, Jon Stewart, rock star antics and great songwriting trumps great singing.
Albums This Week: Damn The Torpedoes - Tom Petty Under the Table and Dreaming - Dave Matthews Tim - The Replacements
Intro: Magic America - Blur Outro: Kids in America - the Muffs
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This week we welcome our favourite Maier, Diamond Dave back to the show along with his theme, "New to You in the Last Year". Live from Paul's Texas studio, Dave plays tracks from one of the year's biggest albums (10:10, 44:36, 1:13:01, 1:33:55), while Paul gives us cuts from a Serbian blues goddess (22:44, 55:46, 1:19:30) and Chris selects songs from an 80's influenced Manchester outfit (34:12, 1:06:46, 1:27:18). All this plus X-mas stories, how do they calculate on-line sales?, she-males, British music after '79, engineering problems, hair genetics, lazy top 40 music, Paul's hidden art talents, who's Morrissey?, what's in an album cover and will play for Scotch.
Albums this week: Blurry Face - 21 Pilots Morning, Mid-day, Midnight - Ana Popovic St. Jude - The Courteeners
Intro Song: Not 19 Anymore - The Courteeners Outro song: Glory Days - Pulp
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Our good friend Norm M. returns to the show this week bringing the theme "One Man Band" along with him. While Norm kicks off with jams from a modern synth-rock artist (14:00, 40:20, 1:07:22, 1:40:56), Paul plays tracks from an 80's break through album featuring African musicians (22:05, 46:07, 1:13:08) and Chris gives us cuts from the world's most popular virtual 'band' (31:06, 57:42, 1:31:17). All this plus ice in my craft beer, Finland/Poland adventures, friends' parents' albums, music on repeat, Blind Melon, Carrie Fisher, apartheid controversy, Zydeco, how to write a hit song, Will Smith, Rocktronica, melodica and the benefits of a virtual band.
Intro: Fender Bender - Kid Koala Outro: Norman - The Orwells
Albums This Week: Megolithic Symphony - Awolnation Graceland - Paul Simon Gorillaz - Self Titled
Reach Us: @chrismaierBC @olinernotes @pmaier001
We're back! Kicking of our second year of OLN, we bring you our first theme of the new year "Debut Albums". While Paul plays songs from a 90's pop/rock staple group (9:37, 33:02, 46:41, 1:02:06: 1:16:33), Chris plays tracks from the Canada's answer to Alt-Rock of the same era (22:16, 40:08, 53:40, 1:10:02, 1:23:49). All this plus Thanksgiving/the Bears (1:30), Black Friday (6:00), Dolly Parton (17:30), grunge vocals (20:20), the forgotten show (29:30), the TRUE OLN origin story (30:55), Hard Core Logo (43:30), lyrical content (51:00), Travelling Wilbur's (59:00), looney's + cigarette butts (1:00:00), talent vs good listening (1:07:00), longest held note (1:08:00), heroin is a hell of a drug (1:13:30), Paul wasn't a fan of the 80's (1:20:00) and when videos were king (1:21:00).
Intro: Blur - Popscene Outro: Dolly Parton Shine
Albums This Week: Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid - Collective Soul Picture of Health - Headstones
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This week we celebrate 50 episodes in the bank by reviewing some of our favourite moments and albums from our first full year as a podcast. Chris' faves (8:45, 25:57, 46:15, 1:08:37, 1:23:59) and Paul's faves (15:00, 31:41, 53:20, 1:14:37, 1:29:55). All this plus, Calgary/Lake Louise (5:00), origin stories (12:13), Rick Rubin (13:10), the Milroy's email (21:17), fun stats 1 (23:08), apology to Althea (35:50), Agent Palmer (40:45), fun stats (43:40), Momma Markham email (1:02:10), fun stats 3 (1:06:00), it's alright (1:14:00), Stef email (1:19:50), fun stats 4 (1:21:48), Carl's email (1:36:39), Matt's email (1:47:04) thank you's (1:52:12).
Please check out these fantastic podcasts: Full of Fibre, the4thline, Gotham Lights, 7 Days A Geek, Reasons Are Several, the Listening Party
Thank you to anyone and everyone who has listened, tweeted, or participated with the show. We are ever so thankful for all of you!
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With Paul away in Calgary, this week we welcome Matt from Reasons Are Several podcast and his theme, "Bands From Manchester". While Matt plays tracks from an iconic 80's foursome (18:00, 40:01, 57:37, 1:21:34, 1:48:08), Chris plays songs from a group attempting a comeback in the 90's (27:02, 47:49, 1:08:10, 1:41:00, 1:57:05). All this plus, fantasy hockey (3:00), birth of a theme (5:00), E-mail from Palmer (10:00), Shaun of the Dead (28:26), it's a grower (30:00), Ian Brown pt 1 (36:22), Morrissey and Marr (45:00), Ian Brown pt 2 (53:00), Morrissey solo (1:04:35), Ian Brown pt 3 (1:12:12), record contracts (1:15:00), Marr in Portland (1:29:20), outdoor music fest/the Pixies (1:32:30), Happy Mondays kidnapping (1:55:30), Chris's realization (2:01:50) and Oasis (2:07:40).
Albums This Week: Best 1 - The Smiths Second Coming the Smiths
Intro: Step On - The Happy Mondays Outro: Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division
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This week's theme is "Any band/artist's third studio album". While Paul plays tracks from an Irish power trio (14:03, 36:10, 55:10, 1:11:55, 1:26:45), Chris selects songs from a family foursome out of Nashville Tennessee (24:20, 46:45, 1:04:21, 1:18:50, 1:36:48). All this plus, more weather talk (3:00), Halloween (4:50), the 3rd album curse (10:52), Skid Row or Skid Row (17:00), ATC school (32:50), funky junction (38:20), demon car (50:03), too-ra-loo-ra (57:50), too much studying (1:23:00), heroin takes yet another (1:34:00), stress will find a way (1:39:55), it's a small world (1:44:40).
Albums this Week: Vagabond of the Westernworld - Thin Lizzy Because of the Times - Kings of Leon
Outro: Unco-up Showband Blues - Skid Row/Piece of Me - Skid Row
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This week's theme is "Bands From Michigan"! While Paul plays tracks from a 70's rock power trio (11:13, 32:31, 50:06, 1:06:34, 1:20:44), Chris selects songs from a Detroit rock duo from the 2000's (21:50, 41:27, 55:15, 1:13:08, 1:26:25). All this plus old men complain about the weather (3:12), SongFacts vs Wikipedia (15:00), more cowbell/the Simpsons (17:53), musical Britishness (28:39), Jack and Meg (30:44), Son House and the power of 3 (46:30), what is country? (59:30), cheap guitars (1:01:05), 70's shirt (1:10:50), hiding your blues (1:16:55), Shia LeBoeuf (1:19:17), organs and synth (1:24:43) and hangovers (1:30:30).
Albums This Week: We're an American Band - Grand Funk Railroad White Blood Cells - White Stripes
Outro: Grinnen' in Your Face - Son House
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This week we are joined by none other than Neil C. of Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks and his theme "Bands Named After The Singer". While Neil gives us cuts from a well known arena rock band (11:24, 46:40, 1:20:43, 1:50:42), Chris plays tracks from a witty piano driven trio (24:12, 59:22, 1:32:30) and Paul plays songs from a little known band out of the UK (33:46, 1:11:50, 1:41:34). All this plus Chris' dentist experience (2:18), Neil the musician (19:51), 70's chorus' (44:15), John's perfect lyrics (51:37), the Christmas moose (57:40), too cool for school (1:04:00), 1972 vs 1997 (1:16:19), Bon Nickleback (1:28:56), breaking up (1:39:00), and 9-'s sitcom intros (1:53:24).
Albums this Week: Crush - Bon Jovi Whatever and Ever Amen - Ben Folds Five Self Titled - Parrish and Gurvitz
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This week we lure out of hiatus the one and only Diamond Dave, who graciously fills in for co-hosting duties while Chris is away! Along with his theme, "Albums With No Vocal", Dave plays songs from an acoustic finger-tapping genius (12:46, 30:20, 44:02, 1:01:35, 1:19:53), while Paul selects tracks from an eclectic, if not temperamental, electric genius from the UK (20:58, 36:21, 50:38, 1:10:47, 1:32:32). All this plus, where's Chris? (3:19), Maier booze frugality (8:05), where's Diamond Minds? (9:56), Apple Music vs. Spotify (17:17), Dave's music @ work (33:25), Triple D's physique (35:39), finger-pickin' and telecasters (46:28), the devil's lettuce leads to jazz band (55:20), August Rush vs. the Pagemaster (1:03:58), Blue Jays (1:08:31), KEY 107 (1:17:54), Chris calls in to meet John Gomm (1:23:00), and Podoberfest 2016 (1:29:46).
Albums This Week: Dream Catcher - Andy McKee Wired - Jeff Beck
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This week we welcome show fan, Chad from Winnipeg and his theme "Bands With a Significant Line Up Change". While Chad plays songs from a metal cornerstone group hitting t's stride with a new front man out of the UK (9:57, 47:27, 118:57, 1:52:34), Paul selects tracks from an arena rock quartet that lost a major part of their personality when they fired their lead singer (22:14, 1:00:38, 1:26:46) and Chris gives out a heaping funk from a party band that tragically lost it's previous guitarist from an overdose (37:21, 1:09:01, 1:42:52). All this plus Winnipeg connections (5:00), Hagar vs Roth pt1 (30:46), Eddie vs Roth (34:00), Maiden live pt1 (51:50), brown M+M's (1:00:00), D.L. Roth E.M.T (1:05:17), Eddie's secret technique (1:06:00), tidy whity's story (1:13:50), Maiden live pt2 (1:24:30), Van Halen is really KISS (1:26:56), Hagar vs Roth pt2 (1:31:42) Alice in Chains bum's a smoke (1:37:54) don't eat guitar picks (1:41:00) and country debate pt352 (1:59:00).
Albums this Week: Somewhere In Time - Iron Maiden 5150 - Van Halen Blood Sugar Sex Magic - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Outro: Eruption - Van Halen
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This week we decide to leave our main countries of musical influence to pick albums form artists "not found in North America or the UK". While Paul plays tracks from an Australian hard rock outfit for the ages (8:37, 36:16, 49:57, 1:04:48, 1:20:53), Chris plays cuts from one of the biggest albums of the 80's from the same country (26:28, 44:16, 58:19, 1:13:43, 1:31:50). All this plus intro song confusion (2:20), fine wine (9:41), cannons in your suitcase (20:30), Donald Trump huge (33:00), dumb record labels (33:50), family Young (51:34), vocal screeching (55:57), 1st MTV awards (1:03:32), what's in a name? (1:09:50), Chris' dad rocks out (1:11:30), Angus' outfit (1:21:10) and Rock Star INXS/J.D. Fortune (1:35:32).
Albums This Week: For Those About to Rock - AC/DC Kick - INXS
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This week we welcome Rodrigo Venegas from the Listening Party Podcast and his theme "Sophomore Albums". Rod kicks things off with selections from an intimate singer/songwriter from Ireland (16:43, 1:02:05, 1:28:01, 1:57:50) while Chris plays cuts from a newer artist out of the UK (31:17, 1:09:41, 1:33:16) and Paul plays songs from a classically inspired concept album (48:13, 1:18:48, 1:47:10). All this plus Paul speaks Spanish (2:30), sophomore efforts (5:56), LA Kings (9:02), busking voice (20:14), reading into lyrics (41:30), millennials (46:30), Uncle Tom (54:17), weird dudes (1:06:48), Zooey Deschanel (1:17:17), becoming your idol (1:37:28), the kids don't know how to dance to rock n' roll (1:41:48), G. Hansard keeps good on his promise/Apogee Studios (2:02:20), vinyl easels (2:06:30) and Top 5 sophomore albums list (2:08:34).
Albums this week: Glen Hansard - Didn't He Ramble The Vaccines - Come of Age Moody Blues - Days of Future Passed
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This week we welcome back our favourite fan, friend and fellow whatever-caster Agent Palmer and his theme: Woodstock! Jason takes us back to 1969 with songs from a legendary group best known for their beautiful harmonies (19:10, 51:14, 1:17:21, 1:50:33) while Paul select tracks from a killer blues guitarist (28:18, 59:08, 1:29:06) and Chris gives us cuts from arguably the greatest guitar player of all time (38:32, 1:09:08, 1:37:18). All this plus U2 (2:37), Joni Mitchell (25:29), Neil Young pt 1 (25:56), BB King (33:22), CSN origins (55:00), Frankenstein (1:07:50), Neil Young pt 2 (1:20:00), Edgar and Johnny Autumn (1:33:35), guitar playing techniques (1:38:00) and musicians at home (1:50:48).
Albums This Week: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Deja Vu Johnny Winter - Live at Woodstock Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bold as Love
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This week we are joined by Chris' long time friend Dan from Winnipeg and his theme "Bands With at Least a Dozen Studio Albums". While Dan plays us songs off a brand new release from a band that thrived in the 80's (13:56, 47:41, 1:17:22, 1:44:37), Chris gives us tracks from a Canadian staple going through the worst time of their long tenured career (19:51, 57:48, 1:26:21) and Paul selects cuts from classic Scottish rock band with more albums than you can count (32:50, 1:07:20, 1:35:20). All this plus the Big Band revival (3:00), current state of pop (17:00), Janelle Mone (19:00), stolen band name (36:00), making of a Duran Duran fan (52:28), blown SNL appearance (1:04:28), Paul's platform boots (1:08:00), roller rink wipeout (1:12:45), Dan hears his song for the first time (1:20:32), we like to hear the lyrics (1:42:20) and back room Target deals (1:47:45).
Albums this week: Paper Gods - Duran Duran Up To Here - Tragically Hip Loud and Proud - Nazareth
Reach Us: @khabby35 @pmaier001 @chrismaierBC @olinernotes email@example.com
This week is a host-ful episode with our theme "The Rolling Stones"! While Paul plays tracks from arguably the best album in the Stones' collection (19:42, 37:57, 57:01, 1:13:38, 1:24:23), Chris plays cuts from the prior album during which the band was going through a transitional phase in their career (27:52, 48:44, 1:04:31, 1:19:42, 1:31:06). All this plus Chris's return (2:55), Chimney Rock (10:00), Paul at the movies (25:11), Brian Jones (35:00), 12 string guitars (39:04), what's in a name? (43:45), oatmeal (45:03), Paul's old shirt (47:43), concert crowd ages (1:09:26), Beatles v Stones revisited (1:08:00), Paul's poor memory (1:28:55), live Stones' experience (1:34:35) and all time record sales (1:38:42)
Albums this Week: Sticky Fingers and Let it Bleed - The Rolling Stones
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This week we welcome the most handsome man in podcasting, Patrick of Make Dad Read Comics and Almost Educational AND guest host (filling in for an absent Chris) Diamond Dave of the Diamond Dave Show and Diamond Minds! Under the theme "Comeback", Patrick gives us tracks from an electro-punk band from New York (10:26, 40:17, 59:07, 1:22:07), Dave selects songs from a debut 'solo' album of the 90's ( 22:48, 48:22, 1:03:28) and Paul plays songs from a band that hadn't had any hits since the 70's (31:12, 53:22, 1:16:15). All this plus OLN Intro Songs Album (3:12), Agent Palmer (6:14), girls are always the reason (10:59), Apple Music (17:50), Taylor Swift and the Rusty Pipes (28:46), Exercise (38:34), Paul the hitman (47:27), Beatles vs the Stones (1:07:28), how to be handsome (1:09:11), Chris is how old?! (1:10:37), Dave's beard (1:11:35) and life in Detroit (1:25:37)
Albums this week: Sound of Silver - LCD Soundsystem Foo Fighters - Self Titled Steely Dan - Two Against Nature
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This week we are super excited to have THE Grant Markham, co-host of Seven Days A Geek and creator of the probably, maybe, hopefully? to return Stranger Conversations and his theme of "Family Road Trips"! While Grant plays us some surefire hits from a UK band of the 70's and 80's (21:33, 59:01, 1:25:41, 1:56:00), Chris selects tracks from an 80's compilation album that was used to help fight cancer (38:35, 1:10:56, 1:35:42) and Paul gives us songs from a massive 90's band that could be classified as a "one album" wonder (48:02, 1:19:23, 1:50:04). All this plus Stranger Conversations and Podoberfest (4:42), 8 Track tapes (21:00), drafting in a Chevette (26:10), music exposure as a kid (31:42), Griswold moments (46:21), how old are we? (54:33), classic rock radio (1:04:51), Hauling Oates (1:12:08), misogyny (1:24:05), Edmonton to Calgary (1:44:33), and a question from Agent Palmer (2:04:21).
Intro: by Paul Maier
Outro: Holiday Road - Lindsay Graham
Albums This Week: Supertramp - Greatest Hits Let's Beat It - Various Artists Spin Doctors - Pocket Full Of Kryptonite
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This week we push yet another Maier into podcasting, Chris's sister Carrie from Winnipeg, Manitoba along with her theme - female fronted bands! While Carrie gives us her songs from the first album she ever owned (13:36, 38:18, 1:00:37, 1:23:32), Paul tortures Chris with yet another country album (21:22, 43:39, 1:07:10) as Chris returns the favour in kind and selects tacks from yet another band from the UK (29:18, 49:31, 1:12:15). All this plus, the Maier Clan Band (2:20), Penticton vacations (4:28), female fronted bands vs solo artists (8:53), Godfather moment in the oil fields (18:43), the Winnipeg Blue Lightning (34:32), benefits to being a one hit wonder (41:19), Chris blows another intro (53:12), yield sign of destruction (54:28), taking the high road on country (1:10:43), partying with the band (1:16:45), and Paul's lack of grandchildren (1:22:46).
Fun Drinking Game This Week!: Every time Carrie bumps her mic, take a drink!
Intro: Music by Elastica - lyrics by Paul Maier
Outro: Vaseline - Elastica
Albums This Week: Bigger, Better, Faster, More!! - 4 Non-Blondes Golden - Lady Antebellum Elastica - Elastica
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After kicking of the show with a Paul Maier original composition, the boys hit shuffle on their listening devices and pick the first album that comes up! While Chris plays songs from a tongue in cheek alt/rock band (17:50, 34:19, 49:05, 1:01:34, 1:11:27), Paul selects tracks from a 70's rock cornerstone out of the UK (27:17, 44:08, 54:41, 1:06:28, 1:17:20). All this plus making America great again (3:12), winding down in Charlotte (5:15), personal music devices (9:37), the Simpsons (36:32), how to track down albums in the olden days (35:52), Sergio the baker (42:00), Peach Beer, (53:07), Ohoff Uhn (59:18), quizas quizas quizas (1:14:55), more OLN death talk (1:21:41), Foghat v. Taylor Swift (1:24:47).
Outro: Nugget - Cake
Albums This Week: Fashion Nugget - Cake Fool For The City - Foghat
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This week we are joined by none other than Rad Dad Chad from the Full of Fibre podcast and his theme 'Hip Hop'. While Mr. Milroy plays tracks from a popular 90's album that mixes in large doses of R&B (20:19, 46:40, 1:07:22, 1:28:21), Paul selects cuts from a more recent album full of dance club influences (29:58, 50:35, 1:12:43) and Chris gives us his selections from a cornerstone album that affected much of the music that came after it (37:43, 57:45, 1:21:38). All this plus Paul's vacate (3:53), kids on the mic (13:54), video dance parties (20:30), dis tracks (26:50), Paul on hip hop (44:00), dance music vs hip hop (55:50), Fresh Prince of Bel Air (1:01:15), Canadian hip hop geography (1:03:28), Balmoral School girls (1:10:05), how to sneak into a pool (1:18:32), sampling (1:25:11), and celebrity cheats (1:33:00)
Intro: music by Jimmy Buffet lyrics by Paul Maier
Outro: Hip Hop is a Way Of Life - Guru
Albums This Week: Phenomenon - LL Cool J The E.N.D. - Black Eyed Peas Three Feet High and Rising - De La Soul
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While Paul is away on vacation, we welcome back Kristin Maier and an extra special guest - Rowyn Maier! With her theme "Albums with numbers in the title", Rowyn plays her favourite songs from the biggest album to come out in the last two years (4:21, 30:12, 52:34, 1:12:58), Kristin selects tracks from a cornerstone group of the Seattle grunge scene (11:14, 36:58, 1:00:40) and Chris (in tribute to Paul) spins a few songs from one of the biggest rock bands' of the 70's (22:00, 44:17, 1:06:16). All this plus the Grammy's (8:00), Rowyn's quiz (10:08, 56:44, 57:27, 1:17:37, 1:20:23), Eddie Vedder (15:59), the Outside Explorer's (20:03), Star Wars (22:39), flower girls (26:28), what's a single? (33:36), pink guitar (41:43), age appropriate lyrics (1:02:48), Kris falls for Chris (1:10:23), and liner note codes (1:18:04).
Intro: School's Out - Alice Cooper
Outro: Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin
Albums This Week: 1989 - Taylor Swift Pearl Jam - Ten Led Zeppelin - 2
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