Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The music

In the most recent episode (ep.24), we got an email from our buddy Aaron asking us to post the songs we use in the show. So, here's all the songs we've used so far. For now on, we'll post them on our twitter page so we actually have something to post there. It's win/win.

Ep. 1: “Romantic Rights” by Death from Above 1979, “Goodbye to You” by the Methadones

Ep. 2: “Pizza Day” by The Aquabats, “Come Back, Traci” by Sloppy Seconds

Ep. 3: “Faggot” by Mindless Self Indulgence, “Synthesizer” by Electric 6

Ep. 4: “Pains” by Legbone, “Frankenstein Girl” by the Jackalopes

Ep. 5: “God Save the Queen” by Motorhead, “You Can’t Kill Terror” by GWAR

Ep. 6: “Paper Airplanes” by Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, “Dayton Slums” by The Northwest Ordinance

Ep. 7: “30 Seconds till the End of the World” by Pennywise, “Don’t Open till Doomsday” by the Misfits

Ep. 8: “Bigger than Kiss” by Teenage Bottlerocket, “We Can’t Stop Us” by Subset

Ep. 9: “Come and See the Violence Inherent in the System” by Screeching Weasel, “Never Know the Difference” by Bad Lamps

Ep. 10: “For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Metallica

Ep. 11: “Roman’s Revenge” by Nicki Minaj, “Waterslide” by the Dickies

Ep. 12: “Stuck in a Movie” by The Aquabats, “Corona” by the Minutemen

Ep. 13: “My Old Man’s a Fatso” by the Queers, “Driving Retards to the Zoo” by the Dead Milkmen

Ep. 14: “Psycho Killer” by Antiseen, “That’s America” by Bruce McCulloch

Ep. 15: “Pressure” by Legbone, “Antennas” by Nofx

Ep. 16: “Playful Grin vs. Knowing Smile” by Stunt Rock

Ep. 17: “Whatever you Like” by Anna Marina

Ep. 18: “Freegan” by Bigwig, “Radar Love” by Ministry

Ep. 19: Some Remix of the Dr. Who theme, “Freebird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Ep. 20: “American Errorist” by Nofx, The End Credits from “Dr. Horrible”

Ep. 21: “TV Party” by Sloppy Seconds, “Transdermal Celebration” by Ween

Ep. 22: “Now We Are 21” by the Mr. T Experience, “City Noise” by Scarling.

Ep. 23: “Hybrid” by Mr. Unstable, “Fishfuck” by GWAR

Ep. 24: “Let’s Go Bucks” by Legbone, “G” by Reggie & the Full Effect

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