110. The Starting Line's "Best of Me" Music Video

The Starting Line wrote on of the best songs of the decade when Best of me Dropped in 2002. It’s been one of the guys favorites since first spin, and they finally take the time to discuss the music video, as argue incessantly about what the hell the lyrics mean. The video plays into the weird quirky humor that surrounded many songs in the genre around that time period, but they seemed to have pulled it off better than most others. Take a deep dive as they break down the frame by frame, and end the episode with a sample of Pod Carnage: Inside the Author’s Studio.

109. The 2001 Mixtape Draft

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2001 was a good year for music, and somehow half of Tom’s picks were from the wrong year. Let’s get that detail out of the way now. His sources are trash. ANYWAYS, the guys return to this fan favorite to draft their ultimate 5 song EP from songs of the year.

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Links:

The Guys as Blink-182 for Halloween

And Another…

The Guys Ice Skating

2001 Mixtape on Apple Music*

2001 Mixtape on Spotify**

Are You That Somebody by Aaliyah

Songs of the week:

From the Outside by Real Friends

St. by Restorations

12 Days of Christmas by John Denver and the Muppets


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*Are You That Somebody not available on Apple Music or Spotify

**Spotify automatically adds their own picks to user created playlists, so Fat Lip by Sum 41 and The Rock Show by Blink-182 are included in the playlist by their doing, but we can’t say we disagree with it!

108. Taylor Swift's reputation Stadium Tour on Netflix

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Taylor Swift dropped her reputation Stadium Tour documentary on Netflix this week, and there’s no way the guys weren’t jumping on it as soon as possible. As referenced in their earlier episode reviewing the record, neither Pat nor Tom were the biggest fans of the record, but they thought maybe seeing them performed live would breathe some new life into the songs, which turned out to be very true for some of the numbers.