For this episode, the TSOM panel venture deep into the stinky world of Butt Rock, which gets its name from the radio stations that support it, claiming to play “nothing but(t) rock.” As it would turn out, three quarters of the panel sound fairly well-versed on their Butt Rock, making for compelling 30-ish minutes of, often, painful admissions and uncomfortable soul searching. So, journey with us through the bowels of Butt Rock, in what might be our most painful hemorrhoidal experience yet.
Voices: J. Wyrick, S. Bennett, C. Allred, and the Dirty Deacon, Blake Collier.
Intro music contains elements of M.Barnacle’s “Erase That” (used with permission), contains elements from some guy singing Beatles, the Fat Boys, Kid Koala, Johnny Adams, Biggie Smalls coughing up something nasty, Larry and Tommy. Arranged by TSOM’s Jeff.
2:00: You don’t kick a dead horse. You beat one.
2:55: Cold “Space Oddity” (Flip Records, 1998)
6:27: The panel discusses Cold’s “Space Oddity.”
6:47: Blake’s voice goes up when he gets heated about David Bowie.
7:05: Blake goes off, displaying he inner beastly anger.
7:43: Sam dupes Texas.
8:52: Jeff delivers a little zinger.
9:05: Saliva “Always” (Island Records, 2002)
12:56: The panel discusses Saliva’s “Always.”
13:20: Sam’s blatant lying.
14:27: (See also: Episode 3)
15:28: Cray backs up to make a run at Saliva. If you need explanation of “jumping the shark,” see here.
16:00: If you need a explanation of “taint,” you’re on your own.
18:27: For a complete list of songs banned immediately following 9/11, see here.
19:28: Seether (featuring Amy Lee) “Broken” (Wind-Up Records, 2004)
23:25: The panel discusses Seether’s “Broken.”
25:00: Jeff likens the singer to an archetypal character from college that he says is at every party, when he’s really talking about one party in particular, and one lady in particular that was being swooned by one dude in particular. One classy asshole. Named James Murphy.
25:36: The word “Christian” shows up again on TSOM. We will inspect what it means.
26:10: Sam comes clean like Puddle of Mudd.
27:11: Sam owns a Seether audition.
28:11: Hinder “Sooners Don’t Back Down” (Banshee, 2011)
31:05: The panel discusses Hinder’s “Sooners Don’t Back Down.”
31:15: Sam makes a bonus confession.
31:25: Looking for confirmation on these lyrics.
34:25: The panel discusses this week’s Stinky Pinky and, in a tie, Hinder “Sooners Don’t Back Down” and Cold’s “Space Oddity” end with a 2-2 vote, emphasizing the future need for three or five panelists.
35:31: The panel takes the “Disturbed Endurance Test.”
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