20th Century Popcast is a podcast that tries to understand the present by living in the past. Each week hosts Bob and Tim take a sociological look at the pop culture of the '80s and '90s. Its a ruining of their childhood that hopefully explains how they became adults.
COMPACT DISC-USSION: "Not-so OK Computer." (1995) Alright music snobs, here’s your elfin’ Radiohead episode. Apparently they are the avant-garde band of the 1990s, which is an opinion nearly half of this show's hosts can agree with. That leaves a remaining percent that despises both the band and their fans. So come hear if Bob and Tim can find some common ground in this track-by-track discussion of the 1995 album release THE BENDS.
00:00:00 PRE-SHOW PRATTLE - sobering up
00:00:42 MORE BAD RADIO - and Bob encounters Radiohead
00:07:28 THE CD IS … THE BENDS - and they’re talking about everything else but The Bends
00:17:00 AND THE BENDS ARE … - impressions of a CD cover
00:18:49 PLANET TELEX - not-so-pro-Bono
00:21:42 THE BENDS - Yorke telling me
00:25:47 HIGH AND DRY - or is it FAKE PLASTIC TREES
00:33:37 BONES - a thematic fracture
00:35:35 (NICE DREAM) - another Rearviewmirror situation
00:38:40 JUST - stone temple pilates
00:41:03 MY IRON LUNG - and Bob’s hidden talent
00:45:09 BULLETPROOF .. I WISH I WAS - a reason for the seething
00:47:25 BLACK STAR - shoddy track placement
00:51:08 SULK - how did this one go again?
00:53:05 STREET SPIRIT (FADE OUT) - and (maybe) how a video is made
00:55:29 A TWENTY-SOMETHING MENTALITY - and maintaining distaste
01:04:03 CLOSINGS - contacts, plugs and no catchphrases
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