Hear Me Out, Episode 27 – My! My! Teenage Lies! (feat. Cathryn Mudon)

In episode 27 we discuss some of music’s greatest legends – The Beatles. Elvis. Beethoven. Gershwin. Not because we brought those songs in, no no. But one of our songs references all those people! And we DO have rock luminaries Wheatus, Enya, and Fleetwood Mac’s keyboardist.

10705_normalThis week we are joined by the amazing Cathryn Mudon, kindred spirit of the show, to talk about post-college a cappella fandom, dirtbags teenage and otherwise and explaining beauty to visitors from another world.

Winston’s pick: Wheatus – Teenage Dirtbag
Alden’s pick: Fleetwood Mac – Little Lies
Cathryn’s pick: Enya – My! My! Time Flies

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Hear Me Out, Episode 26 – Pørdküst (feat. Emily Altman)

It’s a Swedish Invasion on today’s episode!

We’ve got the fantastic Emily Altman (Inside Amy Schumer) to help us “get thai-ed” as we navigate three songs that definitely bring International Flava. Also, NICKELBACK makes its debut on the show. NICKELBACK.

Alden’s Pick: Listen to Your Heart-Roxette
Winston’s Pick: One Night in Bangkok-Murray Head
Emily’s Pick: How You Remind Me-NICKELBACK!

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Hear Me Out, Episode 25-What’s Up In This Cream Factory? (feat. Jim Santangeli)

Back to our regular format! Back to bad songs!

We’ve got Jim Santangeli (UCB) with us this episode and we go together like rice and peas, like cheese and buns. We talk about songs with balls, dear memories with family members, the 90s, and weird cream factories. So, just another episode, really.

Winston’s Pick: 4 Seasons Of Loneliness-Boyz II Men
Alden’s Pick: What’s Up- 4 Non Blondes
Jim’s Pick: Mr. Boombastic-Shaggy

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Hear Me Out, Episode 24: A Class Above Itself

Hey gang, its a specialsode!

Intrepid field reporter Winston investigates a concert that represents the ethos of this podcast: Guster, Ben Folds Five (actually still legit) and Barenaked Ladies LIVE.  You’ll hear from past guests of the show who are in attendance, make some new friends and also learn that when Winston drinks several Bud Light with Limes he thinks it’s appropriate to say a song had “a good flow”.

This episode is truly a class above itself.