This week Katie and Brad decompose the 1995 hit by Seal "Kiss From A Rose."
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This week Katie and Brad decompose the 1995 hit by Seal "Kiss From A Rose."
After seeing Paul Simon during his retirement tour Katie, Brad, and Teresa decide to discuss the wonderful catalog of Paul Simon
This week we welcome back our friend Donald to help decompose the 1995 hit by OMC "How Bizarre>"
This week Teresa joins us to decompose the 1982 hit by Duran Duran "Hungry Like the Wolf."
This week we welcome our friend Jay Jensen to help us decompose Andrew W.K.'s 2001 song "Party Hard."
This week Patrick Flynn of The Original Cast helps us decompose Alanis Morissette's 1996 hit-song "Ironic."
This week author and co-host of "BSP: The Idio[t]syncracy" Files Podcast, Cody Wagner, helps us decompose the 1991 hit "Joyride," by Roxette
This week our good friend, Gbenga, joins us via Facetime to decompose Jay-Z's 2006 hit "99 Problems."
This week comedian Michele Traina joins us to decompose the 2006 hit "Year 3000," by the Jonas Bros.
This week Brad and Katie decompose the hit song from 1999 "She's So High," by Tal Bachman
Wrapping up our 1-year anniversary month, we welcome Denis (Pop Flies & Grounders) to decompose an unreleased, vocals-only, track from Smash Mouth
This week we finalize our 3-part Anniversary series:" Weezer: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" with, of course, the Ugly
In this special Thursday episode we continue our 3-part series on Weezer with Part 2: The Bad
This week we start our 3-part series decomposing one of our favorites; Weezer- The Good
This week Brad and Katie have a conversation with Patrick Flynn, host of The Original Cast Podcast, about the polarizing works of Billy Joel
This week we welcome Chris from BSP: The Idio(t)syncracy Files to decompose the opening number from Legally Blonde: The Musical, "Omigod You Guys."
This week Katie and Brad decompose the 1986 hit song from the movie "Mannequin," "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," by Starship
This week Katie and Brad Compare/ Contrast/ Decompose the simultaneous hit Miami-bass rap songs "Whoomp (There It Is)," by Tag Team and "Whoot (There It Is)," by 95 South
This week we welcome our friend, Matt, to help decompose Sara Bareilles' 2013 hit song "Brave."
This week we welcome Brad's brother, Matt, to help Decompose the 1983 hit by Air Supply "Making Love Out Of Nothing At All."
This week we are joined by Teresa to decompose NewSongs hit from the year 2000, "The Christmas Shoes."
This week Katie and Brad decompose Gwen Stefani's 2017 hit song "You Make It Feel Like Christmas."
This week we welcome our friend Andy to help decompose the 1984 hit song "Do They Know It's Christmas."
Comedian and host of the Bumperpodcast, Natty Bumpercar, comes by to help us decompose the Waitresses perennial favorite "Christmas Wrapping."
This week we welcome comedian Donna Vee to help decompose Luke Combs' 2017 hit "When It Rains it Pours."
This week Katie and Brad decompose the 2017 hit song by Keith Urban "Female."
This week we welcome back Donald to decompose the hit-song "Butterfly," by Nu-Metal band Crazy Town
This week we welcome our friend Emily to help decompose the Dave Matthews Band hit song from 2001 "I Did It"
In honor of Halloween, Katie and Brad are decomposing the worlds SPOOOOKIEST song, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Princes 1988 hit song "A Nightmare on My Street."
This week Teresa helps us decompose the music from the TNBC show "California Dreams."
This week Katie and Brad decompose the 1994 hit by Doctor Dre and Ed Lover "Back Up Off Me!"
This week we welcome comedian Michele Traina to help us decompose Debbie Gibson's 1989 hit song "Electric Youth."
This week we welcome Denis of Pop Flies and Grounders back onto the show to help us decompose the Jim Steinman ('81) and Meat Loaf ('93) hit song "Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through."
This week we welcome Jarrell from Hybrid Radio to help decompose Eddie Murphy's 1995 hit "Party All The Time."
This week we welcome Adam of NJRacket.com to decompose The Offspring's 1999 hit "Why Don't You Get a Job."
This week we welcome Donald over to help decompose the 2014 hit by Pitbull "Fireball."
Today we welcome both Teresa and Josh to help decompose Taylor Swift's 2008 hit single, "Love Story."
This week we welcome comedian and host of the Verbal Shenanigans podcast, Scott Brennan, to help us decompost the 1998 hit by nu-metal band Korn "Got the Life."
This week we welcome NJ Hybrid Radio's Jarrell to help us decompose the '98 hit "you Get What You Give," by the New Radicals
This week we decompose the 1992 hit from made-up band The Heights "How Do You Talk To An Angel."
This week we welcome friend, colleague, and municipal servant, Donald, to help us decompose LFO's 1999 hit song "Summer Girls."
This week we decompose the hit song from 1984 by German metal band Scorpions, "Rock You Like a Hurricane."
This week we decompose Bush's hit song from '95 "Little Things"
This week Katie and Brad decompose the hit song from 2000 "Absolutely (Story of a Girl) by one-hit wonders Nine Days
This week we welcome Teresa once again to help us decompose Heart's power ballad "All I Want to Do is Make Love to You."
This week we decompose the 2001 "hit" by Britney Spears, "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman."
This week we welcome Adam from N.J. Racket to help us decompose the 2001 hit song by Uncle Kracker..."Follow Me."
This week we discuss Alice Cooper's foray into hair metal with his 1989 pseudo-hit song "Ony My Heart Talkin'."
this week we decompose the 2014 hit siongle by Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, "Fancy."
This week we dive into one of Brad's all-time favorite bands biggest hit song, One Week by Barenaked Ladies
Patrick Swayze's hit song helped catapult the Dirty Dancing soundtrack into legendary status...yeah, weird, right?
Rush...Am I right? You either hate 'em or are totally obsessed with them.
This week we decompose the 2009 hit by the Killers, "Human."
We decompose the 2014 hit song "Bang, Bang." by Jessie J feat. Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.
Today we discuss Savage Garden's perfect-for-the-90's hit "I Want You." Do you remember anything other than the line "chick-a-cherry-cola?" We don't...
You ever realize that a song isn't as dumb as you remember it? Hooray for history!
James Blunt's biggest hit song, "You're Beautiful," was everywhere...and it was awful...
This week we re-welcome Teresa to rip into an artist that she loves, Billy Joel, and a song that she does not, Pressure. You will be amazed at the amount of songs by Billy Joel that Katie doesn't realize are by Billy Joel.
This week we re-welcome Denis Ackermann (of Pop Flies and Grounders, available on iTunes)to hyper-analyze Train's pseudo-incestuous 2001 hit song "Drops of Jupiter." This song is LOADED with nonsense...utter, utter nonsense
This week we are again joined by Josh to discuss one of the catchiest pieces of garbage from the early '00's, Flavour of the Weak. Wait till you hear about the pedigree on this band.
This week we discuss Katie's first album purchase; Joey Lawrence by Joey Lawrence. What we discover MAY surprise you...unless you already like this album, then it wont. (spoilers)
This week we are joined by teacher, music lover, and friend, Teresa to discuss the ubiquitous 2014 hit “Rude.” Does Magic!’s Canadian accent improve the rhyme scheme in this song? Who is the rude one in the story being told? What on Earth does it mean to be “boys at the altar?” Why is this god-damned song so catchy?
We are joined by friend and fellow podcaster, Denis Ackermann (Pop Flies and Grounders), to discuss the most needlessly epic song ever.
In the first full episode we break down the 1982 hit "Abracadabra" by the Steve Miller Band. Joined byfriend and fellow hyper-analyst, Josh, we try to figure out what on Earth Diana Ross did to inspire such lazy songwriting, as well as uncover a secret, dark, musical Illuminati, presumably called the Pompitants.