If you like good clean fun, then Montell is your man! Is This is How We Do It a legit hit, or did this song go wrong?
Not many more bands were as polarizing as Creed in the late 90s, but is Higher a legit hit or a song gone wrong?
If you love frosted tips and star tattoos, then this is the episode for you! Drew, Dave and you the listener decide if Butterfly is a legit hit or a song gone wrong.
It sure looks like Steven Tyler was living it up during the filming of the video for Love in an Elevator, but is this a song gone wrong?
Nothing says the 90s like I’m Too Sexy. Let’s see if the Fairbrass brothers delivered a legit hit or a song gone wrong.
Is this song a no doubt hit, or a song gone wrong? Also, please join Drew in his quest to change the opinion of spiders everywhere! #spidersarefriends
Is someone really watching him? Why are there random people walking around his house? And for the love of all that is sacred, please close your damn doors in the house!
Thriller by Michael Jackson might be a Halloween hit, but is it a legit hit? Did Vincent Price add or take away from this song? And who is the better dancer, MJ or Teen Wolf?
We’re all a little stressed out nowadays and Twenty One Pilots pretty much hit the nail on the head with Stressed Out.
Was Peaches a legit hit or Song Gone Wrong? Also, were these guys REALLY singing about peaches?
Was this 80s classic a legit hit or Song Gone Wrong? Also, why the heck was he wearing sunglasses at night?
This song was a big reason we started this podcast. Was this 90s gem a legit hit or a Song Gone Wrong?
Tubthumping by Chumbawamba
Tubthumping was a 90s classic, but was it a Song Gone Wrong?
We tackle our first cover song as we discuss this Rascal Flatts cover of a 90s classic from Tom Cochrane, Life is a Highway. Is this cover a legit hit or a Song Gone Wrong? Also Dave learns about the dark side of Drew and they discuss other great cover songs.
This episode we find out if this Van Halen 90s classic is a legit hit or Song Gone Wrong. Right Now was plastered all over our tvs and radios in the early 90s thanks to an amazing music video and its use in the Crystal Pepsi marketing campaign. We also find out about one of Dave’s first loves Crystal and why Drew still has a bottle of Crystal Pepsi sitting in his closet.
Drew and Dave review Thank You by Dido as a way to say thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to our wonderful listeners. Dave lets us know what he is thankful for and Drew proves that Jones Soda marketing was the reason he got into Dido in the first place. Happy Thanksgiving to our listeners in the states and hope everyone stays safe!
We tackle yet another 90s classic tune, this time it is She Don’t Use Jelly by The Flaming Lips. How will Dave and Drew vote on this one? What will the listeners think? And why do people put vaseline on their toast? So many questions, but Drew and Dave have the answers for you about this 90s gem.
Drew and Dave both like them some thrift shops, but do they like the song Thrift Shop by Macklemore? This massive hit gets put to the test as they dig into Macklemore’s album The Heist to decide if this song is a legit hit or a Song Gone Wrong.
This episode we discuss the merits of an 80s classic, Partyman by Prince, as well as the Batman soundtrack. Can Prince really make anything amazing?
Drew and Dave discuss this bro country tune Bottoms Up by Brantley Gilbert. Spoiler alert, Drew curses alot and gets fire’t up, so maybe don’t play this episode around your kids, but tune in to see how Drew really feels about Brantley Gilbert and bro country in general, and find out how Dave will rule on this song.
Drew and Dave tackle Easy Lover, an 80s combo of Philip Bailey and Phil Collins. They also discuss is they themselves are easy lovers and also ask the question, how many of our listeners are here due to I Want to Know What Love Is by Foreigner?
This episode Drew and Dave talk about another 90s classic, Silent Lucidity by Queensryche, but does this 90s power ballad still hold up? They also discuss a potential Power Ballad Week and why that would be much better than Shark Week. Dave still calls Sade, Sade, and the guys give a shout out to Lenny the elf who makes all of their stickers.
We start Christmas week off with an 80s classic Same Old Lang Syne by Dan Fogelberg. We also discuss Dave sending you your very own autographed glossy 8×10 photo, Olan Mills, and why Drew has a feeling that they do know it’s Christmastime in Africa, band Aid.
We bring in a Christmas classic as we discuss Mele Kalikimaka by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters. We also talk about some of our favorite Christmas songs during this Christmas 2020 episode. Happy Holidays everyone!
Drew and Dave discuss like gentlemen an 80s classic hit, Sweet Freedom by Michael McDonald. They also discuss the Lost Prophets singer (seriously, Google him, you will instantly feel better about yourself), Paul Rudd is an ageless wonder and can you woo woo woo? Also, we frown upon dancing on the ceiling. Sometimes. We will also discuss whether or not this song will make Dave dance, and Dave also owns 0 pairs of sweatpants while Drew might need to be forcefully removed from his.
This episode Drew and Dave discuss December, and apparently alliteration. This end of year episode was brought to us by listener Rikki, so thank you Rikki for the suggestion of this 90s classic! We also discuss:
-Dave wants a glam Christian band
-The band Red
-Dave and Drew’s appreciation for Mike Patton
-Drew has watched every episode of Downton Abbey
-Shout out to Dueling Decades
-Shout out to Shat the Movies
-Drew cannot grow beard connectors
-2021 resolutions and plans
-Thanks again everyone and we wish you all a very Happy New Year!