20th Century Pop! 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.
Its been two months since the last 20th Century Pop! and still another seven days until an officially numbered follow-up. So where are the two hosts? And what have they been up to since the show’s been up to nothing? Unpacking, apparently, as Tim relates in this off-the-cuff-but-on-the-mic diatribe posing as bonus content. So why not brush up on those listening skills and hear Tim tell what’s become of his once-massive comic collection. Then come back next Thursday for the glorious return of his and Bob’s misspent youth.
This episode of 20TH CENTURY POP! was recorded by CAST, an online audio platform that lets you create and record a multi-guest podcast straight from your web-browser.
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MUSIC FEATURED IN TODAY’S EPISODE:
“Video To Radio” performed by Kidd Video of their 1986 album THE TV HITS.
”Saturday Supercade Main Theme” as composed by Shuki And Levy and featured in the original 1983 cartoon anthology SATURDAY SUPERCADE.
The use of these songs are for entertainment purposes and without the expressed permission of the recording artist.
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20TH CENTURY POP! will return next week with probably no mention of DC’s live-action “Steel” movie.