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Podcast title That Record Got Me High Podcast
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Description Track-by-track opinionated commentary and anecdotes by two rock 'n' roll field hands, about albums you know and (maybe) love.
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1. S2E73 – Jerry Lee Lewis Live at The Star Club – w/Jack Rabid
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Description: Jerry Lee Lewis Live at The Star Club Hamburg is the greatest live album you've never heard. It's white hot, and The Big Takeover kingpin Jack Rabid comes onboard our leaky vessel to paddle for the far shore with a Whole Lotta insight about this here affair. Support Rob and Barry on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? As always, thanks to our sponsor, Is This Tomorrow? http://isthistomorrow.com/

2. S2E72 - Steely Dan “Pretzel Logic” with Garry Messick
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Description: Garry Messick comes in wth a killer classic by the divisive, polarizing duo of the late Walter Becker and the curmudgeonly Donald Fagen – AKA Steely Dan. Love them or hate them, you Can't Buy A Thrill better than listening to us rubes chew the fatback over this slab of alternately snarky and touching vignettes. Thanks again to our sponsor http://isthistomorrow.com, and please support our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

3. S2E71 – The Stranglers – “Black and White”
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Description: With the cancellation of a guest due to a case of having to go to banjo camp (NOT a euphemism), Rob Elba and Barry Stock grabbed this one off the shelf, an album that ought to be in YOUR collection if it's not. The Stranglers are singular, weird, perfect, a force of nature – just not an entirely benevolent one. Four aural sculptors, five fucking stars.

4. S2E70 – Kiss “Destroyer” – with Juan Montoya
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Description: KISS superfan and for-real metal guitarist deluxe Juan Montoya brings every 1976 teenage boy's rock and roll fantasy disc to That Record Got me High's monthly Live at Laser Wolf show. The deep philosophical lyrical content really has us scratching our beards and/or razor stubble, and we smoke pipes and drink cognac while scrunching up our foreheads. At the end we break out the acoustics and kick three KISS covers in the head, real hard. Thanks Juan Montoyer!

5. S2E69 – PULP – “Different Class”
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Description: Flat out one of the best albums we've talked about on our show, a masterful work of sinister, dark pop from Jarvis Cocker and his ensemble Pulp. The combination of classic pop structures and Cocker's shatteringly candid observations about goings on within and without the human organisms in his orbit combine for a very, very interesting ride. Please support That Record Got Me High on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Please visit our excellent sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com

6. S2E68 – Sylvester “Step II” – with Bobbie Jo
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Description: Our friend Bobbie Jo from up the block brings in her disco album and turns us on to one of the genres greatest talents, the flamboyant and gifted Sylvester. "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real" is the track most of us are familiar with, but the rest of the album mixes harmonically ambitious dance tracks with gospel-tinged soul and stellar vocal performances. It's 1978, do you know where your dancing shoes are? Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Visit our sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com/

7. S2E67 - Cheap Trick "Heaven Tonight" with Jill Definis
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Description: This week we are joined by Punk Jill, Jill Definis, drummer for the Pop Skulls, world-class cynic (according to Rob) and Cheap Trick aficionado. We all pretty much give up on any kind of criticism of one of all of our favorite albums, the insanely great Heaven Tonight. Drinks are had, good and bad words are said, and we enjoy the heck out of this piece of wonderment. Support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

8. S2E66 – Black Flag “My War” – with Camila Risso
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Description: Camila Risso returns, bringing 1984's controversial, love it or hate it “My War,” the first in a string of dark, bleak, challenging albums by LA's seminal hardcore ensemble Black Flag. Side One gives the kids in the mosh pit a little something to write home about, but side two slips into a musical La Brea Tar Pit of heavy dirges topped with Henry Rollins' verbal self-immolations. It's great. Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Please visit our sponsor, Is This Tomorrow: http://isthistomorrow.com

9. S2E65 – The Velvet Underground “Loaded” – with Gary Waleik of Big Dipper
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Description: In another of our...um..."collusions" with ex-members of Boston's beloved and defunct Big Dipper, axe-man Gary Waleik walks up the subway stairs with the fourth and final Velvet Underground album, "Loaded.""Sweet Jane" and "Rock and Roll" were FM rock staples in the late 70s, and this album was the closest the band got to mainstream...anything. Support Rob and Barry on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Visit our sponsor and marvel at the rapid decay of our society presented in eight-panel form: http://isthistomorrow.com

10. S2E64 – Shellac – “At Action Park” with Jay Reeve
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Description: An eyeball-gouging, face-raking, windshield bouncing classic from 1994, the debut from the (still doing it) trio of miscreants Shellac. 10 songs of love, loss, and getting your scrotum snagged in a carnival ride by Steve Albini, Bob Weston and Todd Trainer. Brought to us by the self-proclaimed “King of Used Office Furniture (in Deerfield Beach)” Jay Reeve, who drank the drinks and slung the hash with us. Please support our Patreon. Rob is getting angrier by the week: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

11. S2E63 – Nick Drake – “Five Leaves Left” – with Rat Bastard
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Description: Miami music producer, member of To Live and Shave in LA, and founder of the International Noise Conference Rat Bastard brings his knowledge of producer Joe Boyd and love of Nick Drake's melancholy genius to our 63rd episode of that Record Got Me High. Recorded at the Dan Hosker Studio in Miami. Please Support Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

12. S2E62 – X-Ray Spex – “Germ-Free Adolescents” – w/Mitzie Velez
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Description: Witty, astute and lovely ska saxophonist Mitzie Velez brings her love of X-Ray Spex and the late. singular, undeniable, brilliantly day-glo Poly Styrene to our monthly live taping at Laser Wolf. The record was unavailable in the US until 1992, and many may have missed its extraordinary charms. They are many, and varied. Support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

13. S2E61 – Voivod – “VOIVOD”
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Description: Voivod's 2003 self-titled album is their first to feature newly self-amputated-from-Metallica Jason Newsted ("Jasonic"), and also the return of original vocalist Denis Bélanger ("Snake"). It's guitarist Denis D'Amour's ("Piggy") swan song (RIP 2005). Drummer and visionary Michel Langevin ("Away") propels the album in spectacular fashion. Sci-fi, thrash metal, alt-rock, unclassifiable (and spectacularly unavailable), it's fantastic from start to finish. YouTube, of course, will provide... VOIVOD: https://youtu.be/kAjmSKR_2d8 Support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

14. S2E60 – Captain Beefheart – “Lick My Decals Off Baby” w/Mike Coleman
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Description: 1971 comes into razor sharp focus with Captain Beefheart's follow up to his magnum opus “Trout mask Replica." The songs are intensely strange, but focus on both human ecological concerns and Don's love of "yams" that "yawn and yearn." It is a crazy, crazy ride, an album that's just as wild as the day it hatched, and one that will have you laughing and scratching your chin simultaneously. Thanks very much to Tallahassee's own highly-gifted musical stepchild Mike Coleman for bringing this slab of genius to our show. Please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

15. S259 – The Monochrome Set – “Volume, Contrast, Brilliance“ w/Steve Michener
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Description: Our friend Steve Michener makes his third appearance on That Record Got Me High to wax eloquent about The Monochrome Set, a group that is as English as The Kinks, and with the same difficulties in crossing the pond culturally. Steve recently shepherded the quirky ensemble on the West Coast leg of a US tour, and his love of the band is now shared by your less-hip cohosts. Please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

16. S2E58 – Rocket from the Tombs – with CHEETAH CHROME!
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Description: That Record Got Me High is very pleased to have as our guest the fantastic and highly entertaining original member of Cleveland, Ohio's seminal Rocket from the Tombs – AND – NY punk rock icons Dead Boys – CHEETAH CHROME. He brings the goods with clarity about who, what, when and where, and hips us to a lyric we've puzzled over for decades. This was a great time for both of us, and we think you'll feel the same way. Thanks again Cheetah! Support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Pick up some TRGMH merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/barrystock/ Support our sponsor Is This Tomorrow: http://isthistomorrow.com

17. S257 – Iron Maiden – “The Number Of The Beast” w/Tony Landa
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Description: Tony Landa, from Hialeah's own legendary Humbert, brings us a stone-cold metal classic from 1982. Bruce Dickinson's debut as Iron Maiden's vocalist made them internationally famous, and the album is full of great playing and composing. We only really take issue with one of the lyrics, which we suspect maybe the band would rather forget as well. All of this taking place at our favorite watering hole, Fort Lauderdale's Laserwolf. HELP US OUT! Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Our new merch source: https://www.redbubble.com/people/barrystock Our long-suffering sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com

18. S2E56 – The B-52’s – “Wild Planet” with Lisa Zomaro
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Description: A party out of bounds is what we've got on our hands, with B-52's super fan Lisa Zomaro (formerly Lisa PRL / currently Lisa Kitschy Cat) bringing us an album that was a thorough pleasure to listen to and talk about. Athens, GA's first New Wave musical export's second platter of seemingly innocent but driving dance tracks has a lot more under the surface (of the water) than a dip of your toe in the shallow end might indicate. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Get merch on Society6: https://society6.com/ellaguru Support our sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com

19. S2E55 – Bad Brains “I Against I” – with guest Camila Risso
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Description: Another lovely and intelligent young woman has made the possibly career-ending and personally catastrophic decision to join us on our show. Her choice of subject is the game-changing and seminal album by Washington, D.C.’s Bad Brains, “I Against I,” the most successful album in the SST catalog. We cover a lot of ground, including the internal turmoil that drove the band and their album’s musical and production nods to a much less punk rock ensemble. Thanks again Camila for lending your charm and insight to our show, and for choosing a great album for us to discuss. Support That Record Got me High on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH? Support our sponsor, Is This Tomorrow?: http://isthistomorrow.com

20. S2E54 – “Killing Joke” – Killing Joke w/John Mahoney
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Description: Barry's guitarist bandmate, long-time Killing Joke fanboy and synthesizer aficionado John Mahoney brings snacks, booze, and wit to our humble podcast. This week we cover the debut album that launched a thousand pounding, throbbing ships, but none quite as magnificent as the one holding the broken champagne bottle, Jaz Coleman's Killing Joke. Geordie Walker, Youth and Paul Ferguson complete the edifice, each adding a critical component to the nascent sound. Please support our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Please support our sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com/

21. S2E53 – Smashing Pumpkins – “Gish” w/ Chris Bellus of Laser Wolf
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Description: The AWESOME Chris Bellus from Laser Wolf and Invasive Species brewing in Fort Lauderdale joins us to introduce Rob and Barry to his favorite album, the debut by Chicago's Smashing Pumpkins, “Gish.” It's an album full of great textures and some sly nods to classic rock roots that might catch some listeners by surprise. https://invasivespeciesbrewing.com/# http://www.laserwolf.bar/home.html Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Support Is This Tomorrow?: http://isthistomorrow.com

22. S2E52 – Alex Chilton – “Like Flies On Sherbert” w/Danny Gonzalez (Jacuzzi Boys)
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Description: The charming AND handsome Danny Gonzalez, bassist and voice of relative reason in Jacuzzi Boys, Miami's favorite trio of ne'er do wells, brings one of his picks to TRGMH for an hour of dissection and speculation. Like Flies On Sherbert has been issued a few times, with different track lineups, but we hit the one with the MOST tracks, and the one that got Danny's attention back in the mid-aughts. Drinks were had, just like during the making of this album. Support our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Support our long-suffering sponsor at http://isthistomorrow.com

23. S2E51 – The Velvet Underground & Nico with M.C. Kostek
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Description: Pull the handle on the time machine back 32 years and Barry is living in Stuart, Florida with one of the founders of the Velvet Underground Appreciation Society, Michael "M.C." Kostek. Mike is probably the ultimate authority on the Velvet Underground, and saw the Velvets twice in 1969 – before heading to Woodstock and interrupting Jimi Hendrix's set with his aggressive head nodding. The Velvet Underground & Nico is unquestionably one of the most influential albums in music, and we take a little extra time to give it some aggressive head nodding. Support TRGMH at https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Visit our sponsor for your adjustable mattress and post-apocalyptic nutritional needs at http://isthistomorrow.com/

24. S2E50 – Minutemen – “Double Nickels on the Dime”
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Description: This 1984 double album by Minutemen was (and continues to be) a peak, at the zenith of what Alternative Rock in the US aspired to in the 1980s. Over 40 songs of introspective beat poetry and political observations set to a totally legit, funky, angular soundtrack by three 1976 graduates from San Pedro High School. Proposition: This is one of the greatest albums ever recorded. Counter-argument: ??? Rob and Barry take their seats and get schooled by D, Mike and George. Support TRGMH on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Support our sponsor, now the makers of fine bedding as well as a weekly web comic, Is This Tomorrow? http://isthistomorrow.com/

25. S2E49 – WEEZER (The Blue Album) – with Erin Lee
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Description: Erin Lee from FM 104.3 The Shark picked this week's deluxe slab of wax, the debut album by Rivers Cuomo's pop science experiment Weezer. The conversation is lifted by Erin's deep love and knowledge of this band's history, and inevitably degraded by Rob and Barry's crude, coarse, low-class japes, asides and bogus conclusions. But that's the point of the show, right? Thanks Erin for being a great guest. We'll do better next time, I promise. Support us via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Visit our sponsor, the excellent “Is This Tomorrow”: http://isthistomorrow.com

26. S1E48 – Jeff Buckley – “Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk” w/Emile Blair Milgrim
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Description: We conclude our first season of 48 episodes with a visit from beloved local Emile Blair Milgrim, co-founder of Miami Girls Rock Camp, Managing Partner of Sweat Records, and drummer for Las Nubes amongst other "diversions." Her pick of Jeff Buckley's posthumous “Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk" makes for great speculation – would'a could'a should'a. Support That Record Got Me High via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Support our sponsor "Is This Tomorrow": http://isthistomorrow.com/

27. S1E47 – Fucked Up – “David Comes To Life”
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Description: Fucked Up’s opus “David Comes To Life” tells the story of a recurring character in their ouevre, the self-same David, and his relationship with Veronica (not from the Archie comics), her death, and the intercession of a narrator/puppeteer who feels remorse for what he's done. Rob loves it and drinks $200 rye, Barry has a tough time of it after a rough week and drinks vodka and orange juice. Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/TRGMH Our sponsor: http://isthistomorrow.com

28. S1E46 – The Pretty Things – “Parachute”
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Description: Rob and Barry reach back into the end of the 60s and the beginning of the 70s for The Pretty Things’ “Parachute,” the greatest album you've likely never heard by the greatest band you've probably never heard of. David Bowie covered TWO of their songs on his Pinups album, and wrote a song with their name in the title. This album is a gem, simultaneously tough and warm, musically ambitious but appealing, and rewards repeat listenings with layers of meaning and musical details. Produced by Norman Smith (Beatles engineer, early Pink Floyd producer) at Abbey Road.

29. S1E45 – Load “Whiskey On Beer” Documentary Preview w/Producer Rick Ahmed
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Description: This week we talk with Rick Ahmed about the labor of love that he and his brother Gary embarked on and are bringing to a conclusion this Friday. It's a documentary about South Florida's beloved and notorious LOAD, who tore up Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Southeast from the early 90s through the early 2000s. We get drunk on beer at The Laser Wolf in honor of the late Bobby (“Bobby Load”) Johnston and Jeff Tucci, and talk a lot of shit. A LOT of shit. The doc drops tomorrow night at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. http://www.fliff.com/movies/whiskey-on-beer-world-premiere/

30. S1E44 – The Boomtown Rats – “The Fine Art of Surfacing”
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Description: Rob and Barry put on our wrap-around shades and faux leather jackets, park our Camaro behind the dumpster, and sneak into the New Wave club to catch The Boomtown Rats, before their frontman Bob Geldof moved on to Band Aid and Live Aid. Those events would put his band in a shadow, and less remembered than they might be otherwise. Best known for “I Don't Like Mondays,” The Fine Art of Surfacing has other hidden gems, just like the “Most Filling Ever” Oreos that fueled this episode.

31. S1E43 – Buzzcocks – “Singles Going Steady” w/Tim Moffatt
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Description: We gather to say “hats off” to the recently deceased Pete Shelley, leader of the Buzzcocks, and to revisit their heavily influential singles compilation “Singles Going Steady”. Return guest Tim Moffatt tells his very lurid story involving PS, booze, hotels, Fort Lauderdale, and things he didn't know but found out quick. Rob and Barry are looking for sponsors, so hit us up at trgmh33@gmail.com if you have a business, like our podcast and think we could bring you some wanted attention. Our Patreon is at www.patreon.com/TRGMH if you'd like to sponsor our ongoing endeavor.

32. S1E42 – Big Dipper – “SLAM” with Bill, Gary, Jeff and Steve (aka Big Dipper)
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Description: In the late '80s, Big Dipper released four records on the very hip Homestead label, which won them critical acclaim and a decent-sized fan base in the US and Europe. When their Homestead contract expired, the band looked for a new label that could get them to the mythical 'next level'. Big Dipper signed to Epic. The band came home with a record they thought would be well-received. From an business/existential standpoint, "Slam" was a disaster. Was Big Dipper to blame for falling down the corporate mineshaft, or was the reaction to the record just predictable hipster backlash against anything associated with a major label? Or was it something in between? The whole band weight in on this special episode. Hear Big Dipper's Porky Prime Cuts on “Supercluster: The Big Dipper Anthology”: https://www.mergerecords.com/supercluster-the-big-dipper-anthology

33. S1E41 – Wire – “Pink Flag”
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Description: In lieu of a scheduled appearance by the entire Big Dipper ensemble (next week, come hell or high water), Rob and Barry make haste not waste and deliver an episode about a monolith of underground music, Wire’s debut, “Pink Flag.” The list of luminaries (and lesser lights) who have copped to stealing wholesale from this treasure trove of ideas would fill the rest of this page. Brief songs touching on politics, sexuality and boredom are given a buff and shine by genius producer Mike Thorne, who copped to calming Wire's uptight art school nerves with a “jar of homegrown.” Whatever the method, the results stand on their own in this first of Wire’s trilogy of landmarks (Pink Flag-1977, Chairs Missing-1978, 154-1979). It’s 21 songs in 35:19 – all killer no filler. Become a patron of That Record Got Me High: https://www.patreon.com/join/TRGMH?

34. S1E40 – The Who – “The Who Sell Out” with guest Ivan Soliani
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Description: Barry, Rob and Ivan Soliani go further back than we ever have to the 1967 masterpiece by Pete, Roger, John and Keith, The Who Sell Out. Although it contains their one and only US hit single (“I Can See For Miles”), the balance of the album is a quirky collection of songs interspersed with clever commercials. Some of the songs rate amongst the best the band ever recorded, and it has become a favorite of many who in earlier decades would have picked “Who’s Next” without any hesitation. Recorded live at The Laser Wolf, with thanks to Chris Bellus, and as always thanks to our sponsor Is This Tomorrow (www.isthistomorrow.com).

35. S1E39 – Joni Mitchell – “Court and Spark” with guest John Camacho
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Description: John Camacho, a South Florida music veteran who quit the mean streets of Miami-Dade and Broward for the idyllic ancient hills of North Carolina brings us an album that touched him deeply. Joni's meisterwerk is indeed a penetrating and impeccable portrait of the early 1970s music scene, and her legendary voice is all over it. The LA studio pros who back her up give it some jazz cred, and Five Stars is probably not enough to give it. Unless you're Rob Elba. Listen in and find out what goes on.

36. S1E38 – My Chemical Romance – “The Black Parade”
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Description: Like two old goats fighting over a rusty coffee can, Barry and Rob lock horns over Rob's pick of Emo concept album “The Black Parade.” It's more of a classic rock record than anything, which Barry delights in pointing out, while Rob follows the album's narrative thread until said thread sort of goes off the rails. Both Styx and Beck come up, although no Styx songs were used in the production of this podcast, I promise.

37. S1E37 – Blue Oyster Cult – “Secret Treaties”
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Description: Back to basics for That Record Got Me High, with your lovable(?) cohosts hitting on that hot girl at the bar, 1974’s “Secret Treaties” by Blue Oyster Cult. Beguiling, obtuse, impenetrable and smart, with an Oz behind the curtains flipping switches and using advanced mind-control techniques on enthralled listeners. It’s an amazing album, and it left us kneeling in the rain.

38. S1E36 – NO MEANS NO – “Wrong” with Load bassist Tony Qualls
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Description: Bassist Tony “Qualls in” from Tampa to give us the “Load down” on a brilliant slice of punk metal from NO MEANS NO, Canadians who helped pioneer the sound taken to much greater commercial heights by others in the 1990s. Wrong is a start-to-finish fantastic album, which barely pauses to take a breath between sprints of intense, precise and aggro riffing. https://nomeansnomusic.bandcamp.com/album/wrong

39. S1E35 – The Gun Club – “Fire Of Love” with special guest Charlie Pickett
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Description: Jeffrey Lee Pierce and his band the Gun Club created a singular masterpiece in 1981, “Fire Of Love.” When we asked South Florida local and legendary musician Charlie Pickett if he wanted to come on the show, he said yes, and “Fire Of Love” was the first, second and third choice of what record he wanted to discuss. Both of us were very much on board with it, as the record still stands as a pure realization of an artist deeply committed to bringing the real sound of the late 20s delta blues into the vocabulary of rock, without filters.

40. S1E34 – Siouxsie & The Banshees – “Juju” with Woody Compton
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Description: Last week we had a Duran Duran fanatic, and this week we follow suit with a Siouxsie & The Banshees superfan, Woody Compton, half of the web comic “Is This Tomorrow.” We struggle to find fault with anything in this album, and it's place in the pantheon is well-deserved. Juju is a masterpiece, and perhaps the late John McGeoch's finest half of an hour.

41. S1E33 – Duran Duran – “Rio” – w/special guest Teajay Smith
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Description: We wanted to have Teajay come on the show because she makes all of our lives better and more interesting, and she is a Duran Duran super fan. Her choice is their US breakout album, Rio, which introduced the world and especially a lot of young women to the extremely handsome and likewise talented boys. It's a mighty fine album, and the videos are legendary documents of the early 1980s.

42. S1E32 – Big Star – “#1 Record” with Josh Clemons
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Description: Josh Clemons calls in from the DEEP South to help us out as we aggrandize the in-no-way-in-need-of-aggrandizing #1 Record by Memphis, Tennessee's talented Big Star. Their songs of teen angst and proto-power pop music wouldn't get their due for more than a decade, but man…this stuff is fantastic. As with any good Southern rock and roll story, there's emotional instability, conflicted feelings, and a good old dose of that old time religion (at least on Chris Bell's part). As mentioned in the episode, another lost classic, The Singing Spoons “American Buckle” –  featuring Josh on guitar – is linked to below.

43. S1E31 – The New York Dolls – “Too Much Too Soon” w/Mark Dubin
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Description: Live at The Laser Wolf, three boys who were dragged by the ear by their moms into the husky section at Sears back in the 70s to buy clothes to get beat up in school in – (whew) – take a few swings at Too Much Too Soon, the second and final album by The New York Dolls’ original lineup. Mark Dubin cries a couple of times, and an infamous racist Florida restaurant gets dredged up from the tarpit of history. (A very enjoyable episode.)

44. S1E30 – The Clash “THE CLASH (US Edition)” – w/Joey Maya
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Description: Another piecemeal masterpiece, as Joe and Co.'s original 1977 UK debut gets sliced and diced with added spice, and Battalion of Saints and Reactions drummer Joey Maya plugs his new book of lurid tales. We're not really worthy to talk about this album, but true to form, we suit up and drive around the track in the TRGMH clown car.

45. S1E29 – The Rolling Stones – “Tattoo You” with Steve Grothmann
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Description: A Stones album of tarted-up outtakes from the previous decade gets the once over with the sharpened sticks by Rob, Barry and guest Steve Grothmann, who escaped from Tampa with only the cassette player on his back and a song in his underpants. Turns out it's a pretty great record, and better than ones they probably worked harder on.

46. S1E28 – My Dad Is Dead – “A Divided House” with Rat Bastard
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Description: The inimitable and suave Frank Falestra, aka Rat Bastard, condo board president and retired Airline President, joins Rob and Barry to discuss the recorded works of Mark Edwards under the band name My Dad Is Dead. His 2005 release A Divided House is what Rat wanted to focus on, and we manage to focus, a little, in between phone calls and ribald stories. Apologies to Mark Edwards for another round of armchair psychoanalysis by the TRGMH peanut gallery. This one was, indeed, a lot of fun.

47. S1E27 – Frank Zappa – “Apostrophe” – LIVE at The Laser Wolf with Jesse Small from Milk Spot
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Description: Rob, Barry and Jesse Small from Milk Spot gnaw like poodles on the second of Frank Zappa's post-head injury discs, the Eskimo-infested and Cosmik Debris-buffeted “Apostrophe”, all while drinking the fine concoctions (well, Rob and Barry anyway) poot forth by The Laser Wolf. Frank survives unscathed, despite having died 25 years ago, and still continuing to influence young bon vivants like Jesse.

48. S1E26 – Felt – “The Strange Idols Pattern And Other Short Stories” w/Holly Tavel
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Description: Holly Tavel calls in on a rotary phone from a distant galaxy to discuss the mysterious Lawrence and his band Felt. We try and keep up with L and his compatriot Maurice Deebank through the course of their third album, although it is admitted that our chisels don't make much of an impact on the edifice, impressive and vexing though it is. The haunting daylight mystery remains unscathed.

49. S1E25 – Guided By Voices – “Propeller” w/Derek Hyde
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Description: Rob and guest Derek Hyde take turns piloting the river boat up the Great Miami River to Dayton, Ohio, home of the prolific, erratic genius Robert Pollard. The cargo is Guided By Voices' 1992 album Propellor, the album which PROPELLED them into great acclaim and a career in the wider spaces. Barry is allowed to look at the scenery but is sent below deck like Lurch in The Addams Family when he makes comparisons with another 1992 musical act. Rob and Derek come ashore, erect their temple, set about adoring St. Robert, and distributing smallpox-infected GBV mix tapes to the gentle natives they find there. Long Live Rockathon! So sayeth we all.

50. S1E24 – The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society – w/Marianne Spellman
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Description: Broward County's lovable(?), voluble dullards manage to rope in an actual authority to discuss the very very English Village Green Preservation Society by The Kinks. Marianne Spellman, who travelled with and photographed The Kinks on their early 1980s tours, brings her lifelong love and knowledge of Ray, Dave et co. to our ribald den of cobbled together bullshit, and elevates things considerably.

51. S1E23 – Butthole Surfers – “Independent Worm Saloon” w/Tim Moffatt
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Description: We follow Dorothy (Tim Moffatt) down the Yellow Brick Road to hell, as he espouses a "unique" conspiracy theory regarding Butthole Surfers' 1993 Independent Worm Saloon. By the end we are all in for human sacrifice and special Kool Aid.

52. S1E22 – Black Sabbath – “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” w/Brandon Samdahl
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Description: The Sabbs emerge from the potent sludge of Vol. 4 with a decidedly nuanced effort, featuring synths and orchestration, but with some of their heaviest riffs as well. Rob, Barry, and guest Brandon Samdahl get into their teenage costumes and travel back to when they first heard the metal masterpiece, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. thatrecordgotmehigh.com trgmh33@gmail.com

53. S1E21 – Nick Lowe – “Pure Pop for Now People” with Garry Messick
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Description: Garry Messick comes aboard the leaky submarine of That Record Got Me High and mans the pump, keeping Rob and Barry from plummeting into the crushing inky depths. We also talk about Nick Lowe's “Jesus Of Cool” via its (actually better) US counterpart, "Pure Pop For Now People.” All they said 'get in', get in. thatrecordgotmehigh.com trgmh33@gmail.com

54. S1E20 – “Modern Lovers” – with Steve Michener from Big Dipper
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Description: Steve Michener phones it in, just like we asked him to, to talk about his favorite album of all time: Modern Lovers by Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers. Rob and Barry drink and interrupt, and offer poorly-sourced opinions and historically inaccurate anecdotes. Steve did great though, and everything he said is 100% true, according to him. thatrecordgotmehigh.com trgmh33@gmail.com

55. S1E19 – Elton John – “Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy”
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Description: Rob picks a childhood favorite and waxes eloquent about the contents thereof. Barry is along for the ride, and provides humorous asides a la W.C. Fields. Email us at trgmh33@gmail.com or visit our website for links and artwork at thatrecordgotmehigh.com

56. S1E18 – Bikini Kill – “The CD Version of the First Two Records”
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Description: Moving into uncharted waters this week with a LIVE broadcast from The Laser Wolf, with guest Chuck Livid, we cover an album that by all rights should have some female representation behind the mic. But that's not what happened, and it seems to have turned out okay. Hit us, or hit us up at trgmh33@gmail.com or at our NEW website, www.thatrecordgotmehigh.com.

57. S1E17 – Angry Samoans – “Back From Samoa”
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Description: When our big-league guest got sidelined by a family emergency, we had to scramble for a suitable subject that we could dissect without a lot of fuss. Back From Samoa to the rescue! Angry Samoans 1982 hardcore punk classic in all it's 17:49 glory. Songs about Hitler's cock, serial killers, you name it, it's an all-purpose romp through the "twisted mind" of Metal Mike and Co. Email us: trgmh33@gmail.com Our new website: thatrecordgotmehigh.com

58. S1E16 – Mott The Hoople – “All The Young Dudes”
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Description: Mott The Hoople are the band hiding around the corner of many other more famous ensembles, having been influential and beloved in the music community more so than in the public eye. Their biggest hit was written for them as a desperation move by David Bowie to keep them together, and it worked. Rob and Barry try not to embarrass themselves for the 16th time, to no avail. http://thatrecordgotmehigh.com

59. S1E15B – Lou Reed – “New York” (Part 2 of 2)
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Description: Barry and Rob get in the car with the late Lewis Allan Reed, “Lou”, and drive up and down the dirty boulevard of NYC in 1989, and visit the street scenes and apartment-dwelling vignettes strikingly captured in song. We decided that there was too much on this album to get right in one episode, so we're splitting it into two. Part two of two. trgmh33@gmail.com http://thatrecordgotmehigh.com

60. S1E15A – Lou Reed – “New York” (Part 1 of 2)
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Description: Barry and Rob get in the car with the late Lewis Allan Reed, “Lou”, and drive up and down the dirty boulevard of NYC in 1989, and visit the street scenes and apartment-dwelling vignettes strikingly captured in song. We decided that there was too much on this album to get right in one episode, so we're splitting it into two. Next week: part two. trgmh33@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://thatrecordgotmehigh.com

61. S1E14 – PIL (Public Image Limited) – “Metal Box / Second Edition”
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Description: The massive and monstrous beast that changed the landscape of popular music – whether you know it or not – “Metal Box” by PIL and its US incarnation “Second Edition” get That Record Got Me High’s attention in Episode 14. Also: Barry’s knowledge of Coleridge gets put to the test and he fails completely, to the shock of no one. Contact us at trgmh33@gmail.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

62. S1E13 – Pretenders – “Pretenders”
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Description: Two dudes who have never been to Akron, Ohio attempt to assess the musical prowess of one Chrissie Hynde and her original Pretenders. It's a sordid saga of Tattooed Love Boys and the baaaaad things they do to girls of age on quaaludes in the early 1970s. Besides the Hell's Angels there are some amazing songs of tenderness. But then, there's some more brutality, too. No teeth were harmed in the making of this podcast. Email us @ trgmh33@gmail.com or catch us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

63. S1E12 – Camper Van Beethoven – “Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart”
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Description: “Bruno” and “Ricky” beat up a perfectly nice record from 1988 to try and get some money to go to the track. Patty Hearst shows up with a gun and a beret and mows them down. Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart by Camper Van Beethoven is rescued by Tania, and Life Is Grand. Hit us up at trgmh33@gmail.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

64. S1E11 – Dead Kennedys – “Plastic Surgery Disasters”
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Description: Hello Jello et Co. from That Record Got Me High Podcast. Rob and Barry and their cantankerous…recording equipment(!) get a load of 1982's Plastic Surgery Disasters by Dead Kennedys. Contrary to what's said in the podcast we did hear back from Alternative Tentacles, but we didn't cross the threshold of necessity, and Jello will be providing commentary elsewhere. Hit us up at trgmh33@gmail.com or at https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

65. S1E10 – Big Country “The Crossing” with guest Woody Compton
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Description: The late Stuart Adamson's & Co's heavily Scottish-sounding and -feeling Big Country debut gets abused by three “Florida Man” candidates in our tenth episode. We try and wrap our heads around the elusive and apparently historical lyrical subject matter, while marveling at their innovative musical sound and high level of musicianship. Send abuse in a Scottish accent at https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ or to trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

66. S1E8 – The Smiths "Strangeways Here We Come" with guest Brian Franklin
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Description: The first three-person voyage into the inky blackness of That Record Got Me High commences with Brian Franklin, long-time Smiths fan, songwriter and worthy adversary for the grizzled boneheads Rob and Barry. We light the unreliable engines and streak skyward on a rocket with Morrissey's coiffed visage painted on the nosecone, and Johnny Marr's programs at the helm. Place your bets on whether we crash and burn, and give us your unvarnished feedback at trgmh33@gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ We are also available to listen to on RadioPublic at... https://radiopublic.com/that-record-got-me-high-podcast-WDRpMp http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

67. S1E9 – Pavement "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain"
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Description: Just clever enough? Too clever? What is he talking about? Mark E. Smith as PR Rep? All The Old Dudes (two of them) get on each other's nerves about this week's solid gold piece of ancient history, Pavement's "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain". Tongues are bitten and sidelong glances are exchanged, all in front of a live audience at The Beavis and Butthead War Memorial Auditorium. Grab a beer, the show's about to start. Hit us up or just hit us @ trgmh33@gmail.com or on FB @ facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

68. S1E7 – The Replacements "Tim"
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Description: The beloved fuck-ups from Minneapolis, The Replacements, get a full-body rub down and unwanted proctological exam from the TRGMH podcast hosts, one of whom is a big fan. Their major label debut, Tim, is the growth we discovered, and whether it is malignant or benign...you'll just have to listen and see. No actual Replacements were harmed, or even touched during the making of TRGMH. Hit us up or just hit us @ trgmh33@gmail.com or on FB @ facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

69. S1E6 – Magazine "The Correct Use of Soap"
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Description: The two-headed wildebeest that is TRGMH podcasts hosts each grab half of Magazine's classic, underrated, under-heard, Russian literature-influenced "The Correct Use of Soap" and pull hard, revealing the dystopian, Kafka-esque lyrical content within. Devoto and Co's finest hour? Hit us up or just hit us @ trgmh33@gmail.com or on FB @ facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

70. S1E5 - Hüsker Dü – "Flip Your Wig"
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Description: A somewhat contentious offering from the ambiguously dynamic duo of Rob and Barry, this week the electron microscope aims at Hüsker Dü's fourth album, their last on SST Records. There is no flying fur, per se, but the hosts do have different perspectives on this slab of classic wax and – believe you me – they let you know. www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

71. S1E4 – The Dream Syndicate "The Days of Wine and Roses"
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Description: This week's submarine voyage plumbs the depths of a somewhat lesser-known gem, the first album by LA's The Dream Syndicate, "The Days of Wine and Roses". It's heavily influenced by The Velvet Underground, an influence they would eschew on their second album, The Medicine Show. www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

72. S1E1 – Radiohead's OK Computer
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Description: Our first episode! That Record Got Me High takes on the elephant in the 1997 room, Radiohead's groundbreaking and profoundly influential masterpiece, OK Computer. Rob and Barry go head to head with mixed drinks and opinionated commentary. This episodes intro music provided via Quin's 8Bit "Let Down" and outro music by 8-Bit Sound's "Cross The Breeze". www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

73. S1E2 – Sonic Youth "Daydream Nation"
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Description: In our second episode we approach the last of the great 80s indie double albums, Sonic Youth's "Daydream Nation", in the trilogy of Hüsker Dü's "Zen Arcade" and The Minutemen's "Double Nickels On The Dime". This episodes intro music provided via 8-Bit Sound's "Cross The Breeze" and outro music by a slightly sleepy Aleister Crowley devotee. www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com

74. S1E3 – David Bowie "Hunky Dory"
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Description: The third album we tackle with our wit, aplomb and effusive charm is the late great David Bowie's "Hunky Dory", and that it is. It's the first appearance of the fledgling Spiders From Mars with help from Rick Wakeman on keys and a cover of a song first recorded by Tiny Tim(!) Crowley, Nietzsche and metaphysical concerns loom large, as do tributes to Andy, Bob and Lou. www.facebook.com/ThatRecordGotMeHigh/ trgmh33@gmail.com http://ThatRecordGotMeHigh.com