Hyper-analyzing the terrible, terrible songs that we love. From Taylor Swift or Nicki Minaj to Billy Joel or Rush...no one is safe.
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Artists like: Billy Joel, Ariana Grande, Kiss, Iggy Azalea, Britney Spears, Alice Cooper, Heart, Pitbull, Steve Miller Band, Taylor Swift, one-hit wonders galore, actors gone rogue, anything and everything else
Teddy Riley is a legend in the R&B world. Credited with birthing New Jack Swing, as well as co-writing and producing a jillion hit songs. Little did we know how ahead of its time "No Diggity," was when it came out. It was respectful of women and very sex-positive. Don't worry, Katie gives us a point-by-point analysis of why. Blackstreet? More like WOKESTREET!! Puns, m'er f'ers, puns!
Why is Queen Pen a part of this song? Who are the original Rump Shakers?
Also, my apologies for the less-than-good audio quality this week. I tried my best, guys.
I tried my best.
This week co-host of the Throw The Flag and Cold Dog Soup podcasts, Sean Magers, joins us to help decompose Marcy Playground's 1997 hit "Sex And Candy."
This week comedian Grisel Cabrera joins us to help decompose the 1986 hit by the Bangles "Walk Like An Egyptian."
today we are re-releasing last year's Christmas episode where we invite Teresa to Decompose the hit song by NewSong, "The Christmas Shoes."
Everyone helps us decompose the craziest song we have ever heard.
This week Teresa joins us to discuss Paul McCartney's 1979 song "Wonderful Christmastime."
This week Brad and Katie decompose the 1987 song by the Pogues "Fairytale of New York."
This week our friend Donald helps us decompose David Archuleta’s 2018 song "Christmas Every Day."
This week Emily joins us once again to discuss Oleta Adams 1991 hit song "Get Here (If You Can)."
This week our friend Rick is here to help us decompose the 1995 Hit by Rusted Root "Send Me On My Way."
This week our friend Tim joins us to help decompose Queen's 1975/ 1991/ 1992/ 2018 hit song "Bohemian Rhapsody."