049 FAVORITE ALBUMS FROM HIGH SCHOOL

Today's episode is going up a little later than normal because that's how long it took to rewind the tape.  Which tape?  How about Del La Soul, Living Color and Ned's Atomic Dustbin?  It's Bob and Tim's favorite albums from High school, even though "album" is not the proper media designation as they had them on cassettes and CDs.

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MIX-TAPE ANATOMY

Bob and Tim love talking about mix tapes, possibly more than you like hearing about them.  Still, last week’s SINGLES episode stroked some nostalgia which wound up all over this bonus episode in which they take a 35 minute look into what comprises a melodically pleasing while thematically intended mix tape.  Still, its not a HIGH FIDELITY episode so … sorry to disappoint fans of that bald guy who was also in SNAKES ON A PLANE. 

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MUSIC FEATURED IN TODAY’S EPISODE:

“Dig For Fire” performed by Pixies from their 1990 album BOSANOVA

“The Elephant” performed by Dodgy off their 1998 compilation ACE A’s AND KILLER B'S 

The use of these songs are for entertainment purposes and without the expressed permission of the recording artist.

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003: SINGLES

Bob and Tim spent much of the ‘90s making 90 minute mix-tapes for anyone within earshot.  So on today’s episode, they excavate the flannel-wrapped relic that guided this reel-to-reel worship, 1992’s “SINGLES” soundtrack.

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