By design, hosting a New Year’s Eve party can be a long-winded affair. There’ll be drinking, it’ll last until at-least midnight, and no one has to work in the morning so there’s no hurry to leave. For that reason, TSOM built the ultimate party-ending playlist to end the night without being an ungracious jerk of a host. So, put on some comfy house shoes, turn it up, and watch them flock for the out-door. These songs will guarantee you a good night’s sleep after clearing the house of all drunk party-goers. TSOM, tonight, is joined by the incomparable Sarah After Midnight.
Voices: J. Wyrick, S. Bennett, C. Allred, the Dirty Deacon, and a most special guest Sarah After Midnight
Intro music contains elements of M.Barnacle’s “Erase That” (used with permission), contains elements from Old School, Eddy Grant, the Fat Boys, Kid Koala, Johnny Adams, Biggie Smalls coughing up something nasty, Larry and Tommy. Arranged by TSOM’s Jeff.
2:08: Prince reference
3:30: Ear Pwr “Sophie” (Carpark Records, 2009)
5:48: The Panel discusses “Sophie.”
6:50: The Shaggs Episode
7:52: Sarah describes what would be a fun live performance for her. It involves Vaseline and bacon.
8:37: Lil’ Jon “Drink (feat. LMAFO) (Clean)” (Ultra, 2012)
12:38: The Panel discusses the height of musicians, most specifically Danzig and Lil Jon.
13:19: The Panel discusses “Drink,” after everyone finally becomes aware that we’re back on the air after some technical difficulties mid-taping.
15:15: Lil Jon Soundboard available here.
15:30: “Curate sorta rapey lines.” Another Sam quotable.
16:30: Arabian Prince “It’s Time to Bone” (Orpheus, 1989)
19:46: The Panel discusses “It’s Time to Bone.”
20:01: Cray dancing around innuendo.
20:40: Cray makes a timely reference to the lyrics of “It’s Time to Bone.” He’s a lyric guy.
21:03: Blake misses the perfect bounce pass.
23:33: Parts and Labor “Runaway (Kanye Cover)” (AV Club, 2011)
26:39: The Panel discusses “Runaway.”
27:19: Blake shows off. Sit down, dude.
27:43: “At the end of the day…”
27:52: Mission accomplished.
28:22: Getting thereminish here.
28:53: Cray can find a way to turn anything into Kayne worship.
29:05: Blake didn’t do his research.
29:32: D4L “Laffy Taffy (High Quality)” (WEA, 2004)
33:04: The Panel discusses “Laffy Taffy.” Blake always starts at Google.
34:34: The 1,2 from Sarah After Midnight. Starting with a Costco story where Sarah calls a man a “bitch.”
35:24: The Panel discusses its selection for tonight’s Stinky Pinky, while Sam shows off some of his recently found factoids on D4L. “Runaway” from Parts and Labor wins tonight’s contest, making Sam the winner tonight.
36:00: Midwest Connect
36:40: Liam “Smack Eyes” Thomas: no information available.
39:14: Sarah After Midnight plays Lightning Round, going 1/5 after a little controversy.