Episode 35: “He Who Laughs Last,” “Miss Murder,” & “Kill For Candy”

After a long week at San Diego Comic Con, Mat is back! He and Cheeseburger Parks are discussing the evolution of singer Davey Havok throughout the years, and their first time seeing AFI live. This week, they watch AFI’s “He Who Laughs Last,” “Miss Murder,” and Dreamcar’s “Kill For Candy.” Honestly, this is all just a ploy by Mat to get you to buy Dreamcar’s album because he loves it. 

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Episode 34: “The One Thing” and “Thrash Unreal”

Returning champion Matt Drufke hosts this week’s episode, and it revolves around the classy and refined tradition of dinner parties. He welcomes comedians Alex Crockman and Steve Comenduley as they was Against Me!’s “Thrash Unreal” and INXS’s “The One Thing,” all while serving up the greatest foods you can never see because this is an audio podcast.

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Episode 33: “Thriller”

Mat and Cheeseburger take a tour of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” a John Landis directed music video that takes place in a dream, in a Vincent Price directed movie. While many consider “Thriller” to be one of the best music videos ever made, does it still hold up? After Cheeseburger and Mat discussed “Black or White,” they’re a bit skeptical. However, spoiler alert, “Thriller” is still awesome and has the best jacket featured in a music video of all time.

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Episode 31: “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” And More Wrestling-Related Videos

After having the flu for a week and binging GLOW on Netflix, Mat hunkered down and put together an episode revolving around wrestlers in music videos. You can hear about Mat’s story hosting an event at E3 and just how sick he got as he discusses “We’re Not Gonna Take It” by Bif Naked, “It Doesn’t Matter” by Wyclef Jean, and “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper.

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Episode 29: The K-Pop Special Part 1

PKThe takes the time to celebrate the nation that is dominating when it comes to music videos: South Korea. Rock N Roll Andy and Mat are joined by Brian Leh, as both he and Mat have a love for K-Pop, more specifically, Taeyang. The guys watch “Bang Bang Bang” by Big Bang, “New Face” by Psy, and “Wedding Dress” by Taeyang. Take a shot every time someone says “Taeyang,” and you’ll be drunk in 10 minutes. 

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Episode 22: “Sorry For Party Rocking” and “Last Friday Night”

In this very special Minimovie episode, Mat, Rock n Roll Andrew, and Fitzy are joined by Thom Clancy and Andrew “East Coast” Bellon, who just happened to be in the studio that day. They start off by watching LMFAO’s “Sorry For Party Rocking,” but end up going on a journey into the career of director Mickey Finnegan, which resulted in watching Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night.”

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