Mondo Podcast Episode SixDisclaimer
- The Mondo Irlando Podcast contains more swearwords than one may find socially acceptable. A multitude of F's, plenty of Shit's, and even one or two C's get flung around the airwaves like nobody's business. If in doubt, do not listen, is what.Disclaimer 2
– The Awakening
- This particular instalment of The Mondo Radio Thing has been rated NC – 17
for Strong Sexual Content. You have been warned.
What the “podcast” phenomena concerns itself with is the amateur radio that kicks the clambering sterile arsehole of the commercial equivalent. You don’t need an iPod to listen, just right-click and save the MP3, or left-click to listen online.
Although if you wanna you can grab the RSS thing
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If you wanna be surprised and stunned, don’t scroll down, on account of what lies below is no more than a playlist, i.e., the songs what get blared herein;
The Buzzcocks – What Do I Get?
A perfect slab of punk-pop from everyone’s favourite love-lorn Mancs. The Smiths don’t count for such a label, since you can only be love-lorn if you WANT love, as in physical touching and leaking. Morrissey just wanted to yack about Wilde and maybe sniff some gladioli’s.
The Nips – All The Time In The World
Before Lord Shane MacGowan was fronting The Pogues, he was fronting these buncha London rapscallions. Brilliant, frantic punk delirium.
Elliot Smith – Memory Lane
A beautiful Beatles-esque number, all fingerpicking and double-tracked vocals. Far too pretty for a grot-fest like this, to be perfectly honest.
Jesse Malin – Riding On The Subway
One of the stand-outs from Jesse’s marvellous debut solo record, The Fine Art Of Self Destruction, co-produced by the ever magnificent Ryan Adams.
Green Day – Who Wrote Holden Caulfield
One of those occasions when The Duke finds himself listening to something he hasn’t listened to in years, and then next thing anyone knows it’s bounding out The Mondo Podcast. This is from their second record, the criminally under-rated Kerplunk!
Fountains Of Wayne – Bright Future In Sales
Sometimes MTV get it right, man. Chances are you heard Hey Julie and Stacy’s Mom blaring out the telly enough to sicken your guts tartan. This here is from the same album, Welcome Interstate Managers, and is further proof that the damn thing plays like a greatest hits set.
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Remember – This Episode Has Been Designated Adults Only