Hear Me Out, Episode 23: Mmm mmm mmm mmmiley Cyrus (feat. Lauren Adams)

Hello! Summer rolls on, and the bad songs do too!

We’ve got the stupendous Lauren Adams (UCB, commercials galore, Letterman) with us this week. We go into the room marked “Keep Out”, decide that “Kashmir” is a good song, and generally do what we want to. It’s we who run the podcast.

Winston’s Pick: Mmm mmm mmm mmm-Crash Test dummies
Alden’s Pick: Come With Me-P. Diddy and Jimmy Page
Lauren’s Pick: We Can’t Stop-Miley Cyrus

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Hear Me Out, Episode 22- Intergalatic Splash (feat. Josh Patten)

Our very first guest, Josh Patten (SNL), returns to the show!

54ceb84d0ed21048dc50bf216c3229f0Welcome to our new wine focused podcast, Cellar Temperature! Just kidding we’re still just talking about bad songs.  We have one song that made even the person it was written for fall asleep, a song written by a marketing department and backed by Sly Snootles and the Max Rebo band, and a song that could be a forwarded email from your parents.

Alden’s song-Oh Sherrie-Steve Perry
Winston’s song- Men In Black-Will Smith
Josh’s song-The Greatest-Kenny Rodgers

Hear Me Out, Episode 22 – Intergalactic Splash (ft. Josh Patten)

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Hear Me Out, Episode 21- That Freaky Deaky Thunderdome (feat. Chelsea Clarke)

Welcome back after the Fourth! We hope you re-discovered your patriotism and love of Lee Greenwood’s “Proud to Be An American”.

31045537Pull on your jnco jeans or elastic band black chinos, your spiffy polo shirt or your pot leaf necklace and prepare for a wild ride. We’re joined by the amazing Chelsea Clarke (UCB’s The Curfew) and we journey from Canada to tin pan alley, go beyond Thunderdome, and end up 20,000 miles away. That will all make sense when you hear the episode.

Alden’s pick-Fly By Night-Rush
Winston’s pick-We Don’t Need Another Hero-Tina Turner
Chelsea’s pick-Digital Get Down-N Sync

Hear Me Out, Episode 21 – That Freaky Deaky Dome (feat. Chelsea Clarke)

Independence Daycation

Hear Me Out will be taking a day off this week in solemn* observance of Independence Day, a holiday basically tailor-made for blasting terrible music. Soak up the sun, eat a Ball Park, drink a cold one or two and crank “Centerfield” and “Born in the U.S.A.” in front of your friends in a patriotic display of shamelessness.

See you next week!

*drunken