Podcast Episode #22: Bad Songs on Good Records

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This time we play some of our all-time favorite albums with the same fatal flaw: one terrible song. It’s a playlist full of songs that always make you hit skip, balanced by some of the stellar tracks that put these artists in the pantheon. Thanks to our guest Mark Harrod for helping with this episode.

Music

  • "Fitter Happier" by Radiohead from OK Computer, 1997
  • "No Surprises" by Radiohead from OK Computer, 1997
  • "If Dogs Run Free" by Bob Dylan from New Morning, 1970
  • "New Morning" from by Bob Dylan New Morning, 1970
  • “Out on the Weekend” by Neil Young from Harvest, 1972
  • “A Man Needs a Maid” by Neil Young from Harvest, 1972
  • “The HIV Song” by Ween from Chocolate and Cheese, 1994
  • “Joy to the World” by Three Dog Night from The Big Chill Soundtrack, 1983
  • “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” by The Temptations from The Big Chill Soundtrack, 1983
  • “Longview” by Green Day from Dookie, 1994
  • “Surf Wax America” by Weezer from The Blue Album, 1994
  • “Say It Ain’t So” by Weezer from The Blue Album, 1994
  • “El Scorcho” Weezer cover by The Colonels, 2000
  • “The Fucked Jam” by Ween from Quebec, 2003
  • “Happy Colored Marbles” by Ween from Quebec, 2003
  • “The Way Young Lovers Do” by Van Morrison from Astral Weeks, 1968
  • “Ballerina” by Van Morrison from Astral Weeks, 1968



Lee McAlilly
Lee McAlilly

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Co-founder of Original Fuzz. Nashville, TN.



1 Response

Verna Fullwood
Verna Fullwood

August 27, 2016

Good game

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