Tub Talk #009 – The Best Songs of 2000-2018: #60-41
We’re halfway through counting down the best songs of the 2000s, and — finally — the pizza is here! In this episode, we talk about Colter Wall and the culture wall and culture war, Outkast’s history of writing songs with “party lines,” fearing the age of irony, and getting los tin art when you don’t have any friends. We wonder if the Libertines could have saved rock ‘n’ roll (if only we’d love them enough), while Mantz admits an instant snub, and we all wonder: are we hating on moms? Prop your feet up (because falling in love is hard on the knees) and listen to us talk about the band we’re surprised never did a Bond song, the endless summer (powered by asbestos!), and… wait a minute, is Mantz trading stocks? It’s time for an all-new episode of Tub Talk! “It’s hard to rank art, but I think I nailed it.” – Bob
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