Tony thinks people are watching him because he happened to see Frosted Mini Wheats appeared on his feed around the time he ate some. We then go on to talk about cereal for way too long. Nhat admits to eating styrofoam at some point. We talk a bit about the Yang campaign. Tony has a hard time saying Mozambique.
We talk about inconsiderate people at concerts. Then Tony and Nhat argue about annoying vocals. Nhat has an issue with people that litter. Tony tries to string Nhat’s guitar and twisted them beyond repair.
Tony’s obsessed with mushrooms for the entire episode and we skipped last week because he’s inconsiderate. Nhat gets a visit from Jehovah’s Witnesses. We review Murder In The Front Row, which is a movie about the bay area thrash metal scene.
We research Chinese medicine for a few minutes. Dustin can’t make it live for a few shows and Tony gets a random text from Lorne. We talk about Tony’s old murder-y friend, Trent. Tony and Z went to see Kiss. There’s a news article on mushroom research. Nhat gives a long review of a movie he detests, “Lean On Pete.” Tony gives a review of “It 2” and ends up reviewing a fellow moviegoer’s behavior more.
We talk about the first time we heard Metallica. Tony reminisces about his first Ibanez Destroyer guitar. Tony and Nhat go to see the Misfits with openers The Cro-Mags, The Damned, The Distillers. Nhat wants to design Festival Shoes.
Intro Song of the Week:
“Chthonic Odyssey” – Shadow Of Intent
Featured Song of the Week:
“Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros” – Flight Of The Conchords
We start off talking about if nepotism helped the drummer of Slipknot get his job. Nhat thinks he spots a phallic shape in a 20’s Mickey Mouse cartoon. Tony reviews the new Tool album. Someone made a bisexual chair and we give poop advice.
We start off talking mindless drivel including mushroom stories. Then we go on entirely too long about Tony’s old vehicles. Tony buys tickets for shows he might not ever attend and Nhat talks about his guitar project.
We start off with technical difficulties and then spend a good portion of the podcast discussing Quentin Tarantino’s artistic license with Bruce Lee’s legacy in his new movie. Nhat reviews Lords Of Chaos and The Black Sea.