In our 61st episode, the pod picks a half dozen classic songs from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and brings to the table who we’d love to hear do a proper studio cover of said song. In true Podioslave fashion, no genre is off limits — this episode proves that more than ever. This was a fun one, as we all dig deep into our collective nerd brains to re-imagine classic songs under another artist’s creative lens. Like U2? Snoop Dogg? Bruce? Every Time I Die? Bon Iver? Cake? Beastie Boys? The Distillers? If yes, we’ve got you covered. Pun intended.
We open this episode with: a reaction to Glenn Danzig’s comments about a punk explosion not being able to happen in this day and age and a reaction to Ticketmaster’s latest shenanigans as concerts start to make a comeback.
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(On the episode: (0:00) Podcast and episode intro. (1:58) Reaction to Glenn Danzig’s recent punk explosion comments. (8:16) Reaction to Ticketmaster’s latest shenanigans. (22:35) We’ve Got You Covered - main segment starts).
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