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Here’s a great blog on what some of these songs mean. I thought about this listening to the guys talk about 7 Chinese brothers, and the literary work that inspired it. There is more to the story. https://popsongs.wordpress.com/2008/03/22/7-chinese-bros-voice-of-harold/ theyve got got them all except for accelerate and collapse. Ya’ll enjoy.
The way the show starts already with an REM track etc. is fabulous so I don't pompously intend this as a potential new theme song, simply an idea I had as a bit of a jingle for you...not to replace any of the fine pre-existing jingles, mind you but it's simply a song...not intended to replace any of the songs played, mind you but...you know what? Forget it. Don't even listen to it. I'm leaving. I'm human shit. Shit. Shit. Shit. Bad brain. Bad. I'm garbage. I'm spit. No but seriously, hope you guys enjoy it. If you deem this lowly peasant worthy and care to share it, it's called "R U Talkin' An "R U Talkin' REM Re: Me?" Song Re: Me?" and the artist is "Nick Prol & The Proletarians" (http://proletarians.bandcamp.com) Plug! (Ignore the other stuff on my Soundcloud it's lame. That bandcamp's where it's at) This is fan-made rock and roll....uh...music. <3 -Nick Prol
What is next for Adam Scott and Scott Aukerman? This has become my favorite podcast and I hope they continue in some fashion. I have loved listening to each U2 album in anticipation of the next podcast and love the chemistry between the two hosts. I would be all for an R.E.M. podcast or another band just to get into their catalog and have a reason to listen - it reminds me of high school when my friends and I would drive to Best Buy on Tuesday and excitedly buy the new releases of our favorite bands and listen to them all the way through. After listening to CBB for years, I know these fellas' opinions and musical tastes well-enough to enjoy being a fly on the wall of their musical conversations. I hadn't listened to U2 in a long while and am now really appreciating them again and the same goes for R.E.M. and several other bands. I would love to have a reason to go album by album through an artists careers (Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles all come to mind). At any rate, I've appreciated the podcast and am so thankful it exists!