Disclaimer – This edition of The Mondo Podcast has been rated NC-17 for excessive bad language and a couple instances of “conversations of a strong sexual nature”. To put it in perspective, the Mondo Podcast, with one exception, has been routinely R-Rated. One louder, is the point to be made. Plenty F’s, C’s, Shit’s etc, and talk of “adult situations”.
War has been declared!
The Duke and pals hide out in a trench for to swear like there’s no tomorrow, on account of maybe there won’t be…
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Following said link, there’s nothing less than a playlist.
Tunes What Get Whistled Herein
The Distillers – The Young Crazed Peeling
“Are you ready to be liberated?????” ask Brody and co. A brilliant romp from off of Sing Sing Death House, still the best Distillers record, in so far as The Duke would announce.
Dashboard Confessional – This Ruined Puzzle
A guest selection, is what this amounts to, but thankfully it’s beautiful as all hell, even if a fella has to swallow all sortsa “My baby done me bad” type shenanigans.
Todd Snider – Iron Mike’s Main Man’s Last Request
East Nashville Skyline was one of my favorite records of 2004, so why the hell wouldn’t you be beside yourself with the thought of how wonderful this number’s gonna be? It’s all about Mike Tyson and such, and as witty and touching as anything Snider wraps his nicotine-ravaged yap around.
Johnny Cash And Joe Strummer – Redemption Song
A fucking incredible duet, you’ll need no convincing. This is taken from the unspeakably gorgeous, if truly horrifically named, Unearthed box set, being four CD’s of outtakes from the American Recordings sessions, plus a fifth best-of from said records.
Nirvana – Sappy
Another box-set offering, this being a glorious number which has surfaced on sundry bootlegs over the years under a dizzying array of names. Verse Chorus Verse, Laundry Room, Sappy, who knows what the hell it is? Other than fantastic.
Loretta Lynn – High On A Mountain Top
From another of my favorite 2004 offerings, this deliriously uplifting affair from Loretta’s collaborative record with Jack White. What better tune for to send you off smiling?
Well, that’s your lot folks.
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