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032 – All The Way (Stay)

David and Justin go all the way (stay) and talk about sax, recycling old recordings, and casting calls. They also chat about American folk music, Yakety Sax surprises, and paying homage to The Boss.

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031 – Damage

David and Justin do their best to mitigate audio quirks, talk about the lost art of concept albums, and recording albums in the hills of Hollywood. They get deep about lost love, carrying on, and the memories we create.

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030 – Action Needs an Audience with special guest:…

David and Justin get their game on and gab about this track featured in a popular racing franchise. They also talk about short songs, station wagons, and punk rock playlists. Jason Moriarty from the band Cinema Stare shows up at 01:42:08.

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029 – Splat Out Of Luck with special guest:…

David and Justin go way back yet again to discuss undead TV repairmen , split 7″ releases, and ink doodles. They also try to figure out the origin of the word “splat” and how to properly start off a record. Eric Grubbs (@Eric_Grubbs), author of Post: A Look at the Influence of Post-Hardcore-1985-2007, shows up around 01:06:57.

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028 – Garbage Picker

David and Justin sift through this early track and learn that one band’s trash is their very own personal treasure. They recycle the idea of freeganism and trash talk bullying, not living the green life, and shaming sanitation workers.

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