Sept. 8, 2022

Prince vs. Jacko


Who was the bigger musical influence: Prince or Michael Jackson?

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:05.200 --> 00:00:09.119 Why the did take me thirty seconds to write about being a dead kid, 2 00:00:09.880 --> 00:00:14.359 but I can't write anything about my own child? What I mean? I'm 3 00:00:14.359 --> 00:00:17.280 also pretty sure I'm Gary Oldman and I just don't know it because he's such 4 00:00:17.280 --> 00:00:21.120 a good APP Gary old one doesn't even know who Gary does. Tequila does 5 00:00:21.199 --> 00:00:26.079 terrible things to me. M G K gets good cooking MOMS to be on 6 00:00:26.120 --> 00:00:35.640 the other side of I'm a father. I have never death. I have 7 00:00:36.039 --> 00:00:44.799 no reference to that. I've seen this thing with Brendan Fraser. I meant 8 00:00:44.840 --> 00:00:47.880 to bring that up. Yeah, I gotta gotta six. He Heat. 9 00:00:48.520 --> 00:00:54.799 He got a six minute standing ovation at whatever the Film Festival award thing was 10 00:00:54.840 --> 00:00:58.799 for this new movie he's doing. Yeah, Um, that's so fucking cool. 11 00:00:59.039 --> 00:01:03.480 It is. Apparently they're talking about Oscar nomination. It's this movie. 12 00:01:03.480 --> 00:01:07.000 This the movie itself is getting a lot of a lot of buzz. That 13 00:01:07.040 --> 00:01:11.400 hasn't come out in like main theaters yet. It's just at festivals right now. 14 00:01:11.439 --> 00:01:15.560 But and then, yeah, he himself is getting Oscar buzz for it 15 00:01:15.599 --> 00:01:18.159 because, I say, he's just that good. Has He ever been nominate? 16 00:01:19.079 --> 00:01:22.159 Oh, you know, that's a good question. I probably not. 17 00:01:23.519 --> 00:01:32.400 But Um, because his comeback was what's just uh, the doom patrol's kind 18 00:01:32.439 --> 00:01:38.200 of a big thing. Yeah, let's see here. No, never been 19 00:01:38.239 --> 00:01:42.640 nominated for an Oscar. He's been nominated for some stuff over the years for 20 00:01:42.680 --> 00:01:46.560 like in Cino Man, like other other award shows, like in Sino man, 21 00:01:47.280 --> 00:01:51.959 the mummy, crash and, uh, crash is the last thing you 22 00:01:52.000 --> 00:01:55.319 got any any nominations for. He got a SAG, like he actually won 23 00:01:56.879 --> 00:02:00.879 a couple of awards for a couple of awards, including a SAG award for 24 00:02:00.000 --> 00:02:07.920 crash. What, Um, what years? Crash two six. It was 25 00:02:07.959 --> 00:02:09.879 two thousand and six. That wasn't the last thing he did, but that 26 00:02:09.919 --> 00:02:15.039 was the last thing that he got like notoriety for because after that long ago. 27 00:02:15.159 --> 00:02:17.439 Yeah, Oh, I know, I cannot believe I remember because I 28 00:02:17.439 --> 00:02:20.879 came out when I was in high school and, Oh God, that's so 29 00:02:20.919 --> 00:02:23.400 long ago. I remember when that first came out and that movie blew my 30 00:02:23.439 --> 00:02:29.879 mind, Um, just just telling that many stories that are all that interwoven. 31 00:02:30.439 --> 00:02:38.759 It was like a like a a non comedic version, no comment of 32 00:02:38.360 --> 00:02:42.639 pulp fiction. It was. It had it was like pulp because there was 33 00:02:42.680 --> 00:02:44.960 a couple of movies that came out around that time kind of like that. 34 00:02:45.280 --> 00:02:47.479 Um, not around pulp fiction time, but yeah, similar to pulp fiction. 35 00:02:47.599 --> 00:02:53.000 Just that. Almost Tarantino, because who directed crash? That was like 36 00:02:53.039 --> 00:02:58.199 the great dialogue or the crazy dialogue or the comedy at the foot fetish. 37 00:02:59.240 --> 00:03:02.080 Uh. Yeah, tell me, tell me he doesn't have a foot. 38 00:03:02.120 --> 00:03:06.240 You see, there's a thing I saw online. It was whatever movie Quentin 39 00:03:06.280 --> 00:03:09.879 Tarantina had sell Mahiak in it, where like he's dust till don and she's 40 00:03:09.879 --> 00:03:13.280 like putting her foot in a deathing. Like, yeah, tell me Tarantina 41 00:03:13.319 --> 00:03:16.280 doesn't have a foot. Fetish if he. Yeah, Um, who directed 42 00:03:16.360 --> 00:03:21.800 crash? That was Paul Haggis. Never Mind, I thought it was somebody. 43 00:03:22.000 --> 00:03:24.680 He's a guy who did uh, I don't know. He wrote Casino 44 00:03:24.759 --> 00:03:28.680 Royale. Never mind. Um, yeah, I know, Brandon Frasier. 45 00:03:28.759 --> 00:03:32.000 I love like because, like the mummy was so good. Let me returns 46 00:03:32.120 --> 00:03:38.639 is fine. I never saw the third one, Scorpion camera moment now Scorpion 47 00:03:38.719 --> 00:03:40.840 King was a spin off of mummy. Which one was the Scorpion King and 48 00:03:42.000 --> 00:03:46.400 mummy returns? Um It wasn't that the C G I rock. Oh yeah, 49 00:03:46.400 --> 00:03:51.560 it was bad. It was really fucking bad. UH, split second 50 00:03:51.599 --> 00:03:53.759 my ass. It's the whole last twenty minutes and it's really yeah, he's 51 00:03:53.800 --> 00:03:58.080 the final boss fight. It's really bad, but he had that. I 52 00:03:58.080 --> 00:04:00.639 mean, and Cino man is a fucking classic. UH, school ties. 53 00:04:00.680 --> 00:04:03.719 You see school ties. It's a that's the one that you go back because 54 00:04:03.719 --> 00:04:09.800 that one's got like a young mark Wahlber or Mar Matt Damon. Um, 55 00:04:10.000 --> 00:04:14.560 yeah, I think mark Wahlberg's in it. Ben Affleck and Brendan Fraser plays 56 00:04:14.599 --> 00:04:18.519 this like Jewish teenager who gets this like scholarship to his private school to go 57 00:04:18.560 --> 00:04:23.120 play football and but he has to hide the fact that he's Jewish because it's 58 00:04:23.120 --> 00:04:28.240 a very like Christian community kind of thing. and Um, it's a very 59 00:04:28.279 --> 00:04:32.839 good movie because basically they find out and then they make his life hell and 60 00:04:33.000 --> 00:04:39.480 it's it's there's there's this one really iconic scene where like somebody hangs a swastika 61 00:04:39.519 --> 00:04:43.560 above his bed in his in his norm and so he puts up a note 62 00:04:43.600 --> 00:04:46.120 on the bulletin board that just says whoever did this, like meet me, 63 00:04:46.279 --> 00:04:48.680 like meet me in the courtyard at this time, and there's just shot of 64 00:04:48.759 --> 00:04:53.319 him just standing out there alone. No one comes to see him and it's 65 00:04:53.360 --> 00:04:58.199 just raining and their stunder and lightning and he just goes cowards. It's a 66 00:04:58.319 --> 00:05:03.839 really good movie, Huh, he's like. He's like it's very's very young. 67 00:05:03.920 --> 00:05:08.879 Yeah, but George The genungle, come on, man, fucking the 68 00:05:08.959 --> 00:05:15.040 true, the True Tarzan movie. Love that Um. And what happened? 69 00:05:15.959 --> 00:05:17.560 Because he had that back issue, he had a lot of stuff kind of 70 00:05:17.600 --> 00:05:24.000 all happened at once. So first thing that went down was he got divorced 71 00:05:24.319 --> 00:05:30.399 and his wife took him for fucking everything. He was paying out like dred 72 00:05:30.480 --> 00:05:34.759 thousand a year in child support and alimony and he like try to go to 73 00:05:34.800 --> 00:05:40.040 the judge and say, like I can't afford this, like it's bleeding me 74 00:05:40.199 --> 00:05:45.079 dry, and then his ex argued that he was like hiding assets or whatever, 75 00:05:45.160 --> 00:05:46.639 and it was the whole thing. I think he haded. I think 76 00:05:46.680 --> 00:05:48.759 he ended up winning, but it was like over the course of several years. 77 00:05:48.759 --> 00:05:51.480 I mean that's a lot of money. And then, because he was 78 00:05:51.519 --> 00:05:55.439 doing all those action movies, that fucked his backup. So we kept having 79 00:05:55.439 --> 00:05:59.319 to have all these surgeries and didn't heal well, and so he started gaining 80 00:05:59.319 --> 00:06:01.000 a lot of weight as a result. And then what really happened was during 81 00:06:01.360 --> 00:06:05.759 uh, I think it was Katrina. It was one of the big hurricanes 82 00:06:05.800 --> 00:06:11.079 and it's a tree went fell down on his house and while he was trying 83 00:06:11.079 --> 00:06:15.839 to clear clear everything out, he fucked up his back. And then what? 84 00:06:15.839 --> 00:06:16.839 What? Also, what then? What kind of him? Was the 85 00:06:16.879 --> 00:06:21.000 whole like he had been like sexually harassed or whatever by the producer and he 86 00:06:21.839 --> 00:06:27.360 tried to try to report him or whatever and the guy basically blacklisted him and 87 00:06:27.360 --> 00:06:30.040 he couldn't get work for because like for a while they're like because at one 88 00:06:30.040 --> 00:06:34.000 point he shows up in in G I joe in like a fucking cameo or 89 00:06:34.000 --> 00:06:39.399 whatever. In like one scene he's not even credited. He's when he's like 90 00:06:39.480 --> 00:06:42.399 one of the guys training them or something like that. I was remember watching 91 00:06:42.439 --> 00:06:47.199 I was like it's a pretty fraser and then you never see him again and 92 00:06:47.199 --> 00:06:48.879 it was just it was a bummer. But then, yeah, in the 93 00:06:48.959 --> 00:06:54.120 last couple of years he's been getting when all this like the me too movement, 94 00:06:54.160 --> 00:06:57.000 all that, like all this stuff has come out and people have been 95 00:06:57.040 --> 00:06:59.680 because people were wondering like what the funk ever happened to this guy, and 96 00:06:59.759 --> 00:07:01.800 the lot of the stuff was coming out and then he started doing more interviews 97 00:07:01.800 --> 00:07:05.399 and he was getting booked, because then Scorsese books in a movie and then 98 00:07:05.399 --> 00:07:09.560 this new one is the Aeron Osky movie. was supposed to be the bad 99 00:07:09.560 --> 00:07:12.360 guy and bat girl, but now that's not gonna be ever be fucking seen. 100 00:07:13.199 --> 00:07:16.439 But Um, we scorse books. He just finished shooting that one. 101 00:07:17.079 --> 00:07:19.879 Yeah, it hasn't come out yet. I like, yeah, it hasn't 102 00:07:19.920 --> 00:07:23.360 come out. He got that one. He got that one about the same 103 00:07:23.399 --> 00:07:28.079 time he got the the aeronofskin movie. Um, but the whale is the 104 00:07:28.079 --> 00:07:32.639 one that he got the applause standing ovation for here the other day. Um, 105 00:07:32.879 --> 00:07:38.920 no, the Scorsese one. It just it looked like that when you 106 00:07:38.959 --> 00:07:42.600 watch that video. Like everything I've finally come for a circle for him. 107 00:07:42.759 --> 00:07:46.600 Yeah, well, and and doing doom patrol help too, because for that 108 00:07:46.680 --> 00:07:49.680 it was a voice over roll. He has like, I think, one 109 00:07:49.759 --> 00:07:54.680 or two flashbacks in the whole show where it's where it's him, but he 110 00:07:54.800 --> 00:07:59.639 got to just do voice, do the voice for it, and it got 111 00:07:59.720 --> 00:08:03.279 people talking about him again. Finally, I haven't watched doing patrol. I've 112 00:08:03.279 --> 00:08:07.839 heard it's good, but it's spin off of titans and I hated titans. 113 00:08:07.920 --> 00:08:11.240 Yeah, I got like I got three episodes in and I was like this 114 00:08:11.319 --> 00:08:15.600 sucks. If this sucks hard. But I heard doing patrol's very good. 115 00:08:15.600 --> 00:08:22.040 I heard it's very funny. We'll see. Damn patrol interesting. Yeah, 116 00:08:22.399 --> 00:08:26.680 that saw the Taylor Hawk and Shane Hawkins H Dude, I keep seeing those 117 00:08:26.720 --> 00:08:28.920 fucking clips and I'm just like I gotta I'm gonna try and see if I 118 00:08:28.920 --> 00:08:33.960 can find the whole thing uh somewhere. But yeah, the clip of him 119 00:08:33.000 --> 00:08:39.600 playing with his son and then just the opening of them opening with Um Times 120 00:08:39.639 --> 00:08:43.840 like these, and and Dave can't even get through the first couple of AH. 121 00:08:45.799 --> 00:08:48.440 Yeah, and I guess like because they had they had like like Brian 122 00:08:48.519 --> 00:08:52.279 May from Queen was there. Um, a bunch of people were there. 123 00:08:52.279 --> 00:08:54.759 I mean they had we're playing with all kinds. I think Elton John was 124 00:08:54.799 --> 00:08:58.600 there. I know Chappelle was there. Um, well, I mean, 125 00:08:58.639 --> 00:09:01.120 yeah, I mean that. I mean you see the size of that place. 126 00:09:01.120 --> 00:09:07.399 It was huge. They loved them. Yeah, I don't know what's 127 00:09:07.399 --> 00:09:09.919 gonna Happen to food fighters after this. I don't know if they keep going 128 00:09:09.039 --> 00:09:11.480 or not. I'm like one of those things, like it's not like they're 129 00:09:11.519 --> 00:09:16.759 not like my favorite band ever, but like I listened to them. Yeah, 130 00:09:18.039 --> 00:09:20.120 Oh, they come on, I'm not skipping the song. Yeah, 131 00:09:20.200 --> 00:09:22.639 like I'm not going to skip the song, but I'm not like like Oh 132 00:09:22.639 --> 00:09:24.080 my God, food fight, like, I'm sorry, I like their music. 133 00:09:24.120 --> 00:09:28.639 It's not like it's good. It's like like I wouldn't buy tickets to 134 00:09:28.639 --> 00:09:31.960 go see food fighters, but if some if someone said, hey, I 135 00:09:31.960 --> 00:09:33.279 gotta ticket, I'm going, I would actually buy tickets. Would you buy? 136 00:09:33.360 --> 00:09:39.039 Okay, yeah, I would, because, like I've got I'm like, 137 00:09:39.039 --> 00:09:39.799 I've got some of their stuff on my phone. I don't have a 138 00:09:39.799 --> 00:09:43.240 lot of it because, yeah, it's it's just it's not my one of 139 00:09:43.320 --> 00:09:46.080 my favorite songs is that. You can't really find that. They did was 140 00:09:46.120 --> 00:09:50.320 like cover Darling Nikki. Oh, I love that cover. I love it 141 00:09:50.480 --> 00:09:54.080 so fucking I mean I remember when that I remember growing up when that cover 142 00:09:54.200 --> 00:09:56.519 came out and hear it on the radio all the time and I was young 143 00:09:56.600 --> 00:10:00.480 enough that I was like, it's so hard to find. It is. 144 00:10:00.559 --> 00:10:03.720 It's very hard to because it was because it's a prince cover, so that 145 00:10:03.799 --> 00:10:09.000 ship's under fucking lock and key. Um, they were actually well, it's 146 00:10:09.000 --> 00:10:13.639 funny because the year they released that cover was the year that Prince did the 147 00:10:13.679 --> 00:10:16.960 Super Bowl halftime show and that's why at that at that halftime show, he 148 00:10:18.000 --> 00:10:24.399 did a cover of Um, best of you by food fighters. Like it 149 00:10:24.399 --> 00:10:28.279 doesn't do the whole song but he does like a verse and chorus of it 150 00:10:28.679 --> 00:10:31.480 Um because he was he was into it. He really like the actually, 151 00:10:31.519 --> 00:10:35.919 when Prince died there was a prince tribute concert somewhere and food fighters played their 152 00:10:35.919 --> 00:10:41.320 cover. Darling, I think I'm not a big prince fan personally, like 153 00:10:41.360 --> 00:10:45.320 I rest, I respect prince, I'm not it's not my kind of music. 154 00:10:45.399 --> 00:10:48.480 But yeah, prince so good, considered one of the greatest entertainers but 155 00:10:48.480 --> 00:10:50.279 also one of the greatest guitarist of all time. He is a damn good 156 00:10:50.320 --> 00:10:56.120 guitar. I mean about too like his his that man can play the fucking 157 00:10:56.159 --> 00:11:00.720 guitar like that. I've seen that video of him at the hall of Fame 158 00:11:00.799 --> 00:11:03.759 Doing Uh while my guitar gently weeps so many time. You ever seen that 159 00:11:03.840 --> 00:11:07.480 video? Um, if I can find that that's it's a it was him 160 00:11:07.480 --> 00:11:11.120 with a bunch of other guys. It just outshines them. Yeah, because, 161 00:11:11.320 --> 00:11:13.679 like everybody, so the whole video. I'm not gonna play the whole 162 00:11:13.720 --> 00:11:18.759 video, but the whole video is like, I think it's like Tom Petty 163 00:11:18.080 --> 00:11:22.360 and a whole bunch of dudes and everybody's taking turns doing Solos and ship and 164 00:11:22.399 --> 00:11:28.399 they let princes do the final solo and he just fucking I mean it's it's 165 00:11:28.399 --> 00:11:31.039 one of those like you're like, I'm almost embarrassed for the other guys that 166 00:11:31.120 --> 00:11:35.600 are all on the that are all they're, they're they're all hall of famers. 167 00:11:35.720 --> 00:11:39.840 Yeah, Um, the guy's a god, him on legends. It's 168 00:11:39.919 --> 00:11:43.080 yeah, he really, it really is. Um, I don't want to 169 00:11:43.120 --> 00:11:48.679 do the whole fucking video, though. It's gonna take me a second to 170 00:11:48.720 --> 00:11:50.720 fine, I'm gonna pulp the video and then just skip to the fucking solo 171 00:11:50.759 --> 00:11:54.679 at the end because it's it's. Yeah, it's like a seven minute and 172 00:11:54.720 --> 00:11:58.679 I'm not trying to get my fucking podcast in trouble here, but I mean 173 00:11:58.679 --> 00:12:03.440 it's a it's I mean it's a two minute like outro, but it's impressed 174 00:12:03.440 --> 00:12:07.000 with this fuck. Here it's Prince, with Tom Petty, Jeff Lynn and 175 00:12:07.000 --> 00:12:58.519 Steve winwood. Jeez, so J J. His faces are the best. 176 00:13:00.000 --> 00:13:50.600 He's saven like he's trying, Oh, I know, fucking show up. 177 00:13:54.279 --> 00:14:58.919 Some dude's holding him. He knew what he just a he knows still going. 178 00:15:11.399 --> 00:15:18.919 I bet he fingers like a mother finger. Will Finger a girl so 179 00:15:18.000 --> 00:15:26.720 hard her husband will come. 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I mean, I don't personally 189 00:16:08.919 --> 00:16:12.559 like Michael Jackson. I'm not. I'm not a huge pop music isn't really 190 00:16:12.559 --> 00:16:15.840 my thing. So, like, I mean, Michael Jackson's got more hits. 191 00:16:17.840 --> 00:16:21.480 I mean you in terms of just like like billboard topping hits. I 192 00:16:21.480 --> 00:16:26.919 mean it's it's Michael Jackson raw talent. I'm going with Prince, you know, 193 00:16:27.159 --> 00:16:30.960 and it's not to say that Jackson wasn't talented. I mean the Guy 194 00:16:30.000 --> 00:16:36.639 Could Sing, guy could dance, but Um, yeah, I mean because 195 00:16:36.679 --> 00:16:40.240 it's it depends on how you're trying to categorize it. I guess because always 196 00:16:40.279 --> 00:16:44.120 viewed like as a kid. Prince was like the dark version of Michael Jackson. 197 00:16:44.399 --> 00:16:47.159 That's I mean, no, that's that's pretty legit. I mean, 198 00:16:47.360 --> 00:16:52.960 yeah, Michael Jackson's like the kind of he's like he's the squeaky clean version 199 00:16:52.200 --> 00:16:56.559 and prince is more just dirty, dirty in like a sexual sense, like 200 00:16:56.559 --> 00:17:02.039 it's a very sexual ever been a secret? I mean, Darling Nikki, 201 00:17:02.159 --> 00:17:07.119 for crying out loud, first couple of lines. Um, yeah, yeah, 202 00:17:07.119 --> 00:17:10.599 I guess. Yeah, in terms of just who, who was a 203 00:17:10.599 --> 00:17:15.359 bigger star than Michael Jackson, who do I have more respect for? Prince. 204 00:17:15.599 --> 00:17:19.759 Yeah, influential wise, like I guess, like how many people? 205 00:17:21.759 --> 00:17:23.599 I don't know, I don't. I don't hear. I don't hear a 206 00:17:23.599 --> 00:17:33.119 lot of people outside of like mainstream pop reference Michael Reference Prince as a as 207 00:17:33.119 --> 00:17:37.039 an inspiration. It's usually Michael Jackson. Most guitar players and and you know 208 00:17:37.400 --> 00:17:45.039 kind of everyday generic rock and roll musicians probably say prince. That's what that's 209 00:17:45.039 --> 00:17:47.720 how I'm kind of like you have like pop people, but then you have 210 00:17:47.759 --> 00:17:51.519 instrumental people be like yeah, yeah, odds are if you playing a rock 211 00:17:51.559 --> 00:17:55.759 band of some variation, you're probably a prince fan, and if you're more 212 00:17:55.759 --> 00:17:59.559 of a pop person then you're probably gonna say Michael Jackson. But even Michael 213 00:17:59.640 --> 00:18:02.440 Jackson, mean his I'm trying to think of the name of the album, 214 00:18:02.440 --> 00:18:06.079 but the song and particularly give in to me. It's the one song of 215 00:18:06.119 --> 00:18:11.000 his that I unabashedly love. I mean it's got slash playing the guitar on 216 00:18:11.079 --> 00:18:15.200 it. So I mean it's not to say that he didn't mix well with 217 00:18:15.279 --> 00:18:18.400 the other with the other genres. I mean, fucking three days grace did 218 00:18:18.400 --> 00:18:22.480 to cover that song for Fox Sec. So yeah, I mean, but 219 00:18:22.839 --> 00:18:26.240 those are those are two that like, you know, flip a coin on 220 00:18:26.319 --> 00:18:33.079 those two. Um actually that somebody was asking on twitter to day. Like 221 00:18:33.079 --> 00:18:36.519 because people talk all time about the greatest like female singers, but you never 222 00:18:36.519 --> 00:18:38.640 hear folks talk about like the greatest male singers quite as much. And so 223 00:18:38.680 --> 00:18:44.359 they were asking like people's like top five male like singers. I mean mine 224 00:18:44.359 --> 00:18:47.920 were kind of all over the place. I mean I had Rob Halford, 225 00:18:47.920 --> 00:18:49.079 for me was the number one and will always be number one, who's a 226 00:18:49.119 --> 00:18:53.160 singer for Judas priest, but then like Freddie Mercury, Don Henley from the 227 00:18:53.160 --> 00:18:56.200 eagles. I Love Don Henley. So all this stuff is really good. 228 00:18:56.200 --> 00:19:03.000 To Lionel Ritchie yea and one that through a lot of people was Tennessee Ernie 229 00:19:03.000 --> 00:19:07.319 Ford. He was he was big and like the sixties, fifties and sixties, 230 00:19:07.319 --> 00:19:11.880 but I loved him because he's got a very deep voice. Um, 231 00:19:11.920 --> 00:19:15.039 you've probably heard his song sixteen tons at some point. Oh, probably, 232 00:19:15.359 --> 00:19:19.359 UN trying to feel what I mean. I mean it was it was hard 233 00:19:19.359 --> 00:19:22.680 for me to pick. I mean it was it was definitely a hard yeah, 234 00:19:22.680 --> 00:19:26.720 because that is kind of question I've ever asked. Best male singer. 235 00:19:29.279 --> 00:19:34.319 Interesting, Um, trying to find the Food Fighters Darling Nikki Song on on 236 00:19:34.359 --> 00:19:38.359 Apple Music and it's not there. It's it's it's crazy hard to find. 237 00:19:38.720 --> 00:19:41.079 Even I can't remember last how I found it last time. I was like 238 00:19:41.119 --> 00:19:44.279 man, I really want to listen to this song. It's one of those 239 00:19:44.319 --> 00:19:49.279 ones that like the the radio stations all got it, but it never got 240 00:19:49.319 --> 00:19:55.920 like released, and I think that was probably a prince thing. Probably, 241 00:19:56.079 --> 00:19:57.000 like you can do it, you can play it on the radio, you 242 00:19:57.000 --> 00:20:00.240 can't put it on an album. And they probably they've played it live. 243 00:20:00.920 --> 00:20:04.680 Oh Yeah, I'm sure that it's better than the original. It is, 244 00:20:06.480 --> 00:20:11.079 and I know anybody listening who's a prince fan is cursing our names right now, 245 00:20:11.079 --> 00:20:12.880 but I'm sorry, it's better. It is, it is, it's, 246 00:20:12.960 --> 00:20:18.359 it's, there's there's a there's a there's a rock edge that's more of 247 00:20:18.400 --> 00:20:23.839 like a rock type. Yeah, I feel and his voice, day girl's 248 00:20:23.960 --> 00:20:30.839 voice for it is like perfect, like like prince's version almost sounds like when 249 00:20:30.880 --> 00:20:34.079 you compare the two, Prince's version sounds like the cover. Yes, it 250 00:20:34.119 --> 00:20:40.839 sounds like a like a like a pop rock ish cover of a, you 251 00:20:40.880 --> 00:20:45.640 know, Nineties Radio Rock Song. There's a certain grit that comes with especially 252 00:20:45.680 --> 00:20:48.079 with food fighters, and Dave girl's voice, like you said, that just 253 00:20:48.079 --> 00:20:52.359 fits. When when you get to the chorus and she started to grind and 254 00:20:52.359 --> 00:20:56.079 that guitar just fucking hits, it just it. Yeah, it's good ship. 255 00:20:56.400 --> 00:21:00.880 It's like another song is hurt hurts. Oh the Johnny cash has hurt 256 00:21:02.079 --> 00:21:06.200 so much better than nine inches, and I will say like they're very different, 257 00:21:06.519 --> 00:21:08.960 like Oh yeah, but even I think even they came out and said, 258 00:21:10.200 --> 00:21:14.319 yeah, that's better than ours, like it's one of those I wonder 259 00:21:14.319 --> 00:21:17.400 if nine inch nails even fucking bothers with that one live anymore. It's like 260 00:21:17.480 --> 00:21:22.160 no, it's it's not our song. Didn't like what they honored that Johnny 261 00:21:22.240 --> 00:21:25.079 like cash. Sure. Well, that whole album that johnny cash did was 262 00:21:25.119 --> 00:21:27.079 all covers, was it really? They're mostly cover, maybe all, but 263 00:21:27.160 --> 00:21:30.519 mostly it was a lot of them on there. They're all good, but 264 00:21:30.960 --> 00:21:34.680 that one, I mean that that's in the Pantheon of the greatest covers. 265 00:21:34.720 --> 00:21:41.680 Like just fucking ever, there's there are like youtube videos dedicated to people really 266 00:21:41.759 --> 00:21:45.079 like reacting to that song for the first time and just just end with them 267 00:21:45.119 --> 00:21:48.440 just sobbing. It's a set. I always thought, I don't know, 268 00:21:48.480 --> 00:21:52.680 did you ever wot Sunday anarchy? Yeah, I always thought suns of anarchy 269 00:21:52.680 --> 00:21:57.200 would end on that song. Oh, yeah, that's a good that's good. 270 00:21:57.440 --> 00:22:03.880 I know it's kind of made for that. Yeah, well, Umu 271 00:22:03.039 --> 00:22:11.000 fucking I remember when the first trailer for Um Logan came out at the end 272 00:22:11.000 --> 00:22:15.359 of that first that that year before, and that first trailer was just set 273 00:22:15.400 --> 00:22:22.119 to that song and I remember like every movie outlet on the Internet was just 274 00:22:22.200 --> 00:22:27.559 like this is the best trailer of the year and like the apple was saying, 275 00:22:27.559 --> 00:22:32.519 like the download numbers for that Song fucking went through the roof after that 276 00:22:32.559 --> 00:22:36.720 trailer came out, Dude, because that that song for that, I mean 277 00:22:37.279 --> 00:22:40.640 that trailer, and it won't really for that entire movie, like I can't 278 00:22:40.839 --> 00:22:42.839 I don't think it's even in the movie. I think it's just it's not, 279 00:22:42.960 --> 00:22:48.279 but it's like that song would honestly be made for that movie. Oh 280 00:22:48.960 --> 00:22:56.480 Hu, like such a good cover. Um, I'm trying to find the 281 00:22:56.559 --> 00:23:00.279 album here because I know there's a bunch of covers on on that album. 282 00:23:00.039 --> 00:23:04.000 Um, like there's a cover of personal Jesus on there. It was just 283 00:23:04.319 --> 00:23:08.039 hilarious. Yeah, UM, yeah, it hurts on this this original stun 284 00:23:08.240 --> 00:23:15.480 because a Paul Simon cover on there. Um, there's a sting cover on 285 00:23:15.480 --> 00:23:18.920 there. He plays. I hung my head, UM, like how honored 286 00:23:18.920 --> 00:23:21.799 do you have to feel, though, for Johnny cash all, I'd quit 287 00:23:21.920 --> 00:23:25.319 music if I was a musician and Johnny cash cover my song, I'd retire 288 00:23:25.319 --> 00:23:27.599 and be like no, no, I've peaked. I've peaked with someone else 289 00:23:27.680 --> 00:23:33.079 playing my song. I'm good because because just on just on royalties alone, 290 00:23:33.079 --> 00:23:37.519 that you're going to get on the back end of someone's cover of your song 291 00:23:37.640 --> 00:23:42.599 selling, especially with Johnny Cash, you can retire again. Yeah, the 292 00:23:42.599 --> 00:23:47.640 only country, country music artist I listened to is Johnny Cash, him and 293 00:23:47.680 --> 00:23:51.599 I like Chris Stapleton, Alison. I can't get anything else is yeah, 294 00:23:52.279 --> 00:23:56.279 I think I just can't, because I know as like like not, no, 295 00:23:56.279 --> 00:23:59.640 no, but like how shitty his life was with drugs and alcohol and 296 00:23:59.680 --> 00:24:03.240 all that stuff. Time like this guy. Well, that movie should have 297 00:24:03.279 --> 00:24:06.920 won the Oscar. The only reason it didn't was because ray won the year 298 00:24:06.960 --> 00:24:11.240 before and they weren't gonna they weren't gonna let bad back to back music biopics 299 00:24:11.279 --> 00:24:15.960 because, like, in his voice you feel like that guy. It sounds 300 00:24:15.000 --> 00:24:22.480 like he's been through it, like everything. Johnny cash was metal before metal 301 00:24:22.559 --> 00:24:26.200 existed, playing and simple. I mean he's the original metal metal musician. 302 00:24:26.720 --> 00:24:30.079 My favorite, my favorite thing ever, and obviously I'm atheist, but my 303 00:24:30.160 --> 00:24:34.960 favorite cartoon everything was by Mike Peters. Johnny cash is up at the parley 304 00:24:36.039 --> 00:24:40.200 gates and just what? St Peter Right there and he's like uh, because 305 00:24:40.240 --> 00:24:41.599 he's known as the man dressed in black. He's like, that's all right, 306 00:24:41.599 --> 00:24:45.680 we'll let him. He's this guy's black suit home and everything. Well, 307 00:24:45.759 --> 00:24:48.720 we'll wave the dress card for you. It was just really it was 308 00:24:48.720 --> 00:24:52.440 just a really cool cartoon when he died, because like yeah, I just 309 00:24:52.519 --> 00:24:56.880 lived a life that and he was like, I mean he turned everything around, 310 00:24:56.920 --> 00:24:59.920 kind of he did. I mean you talk about a guy who got 311 00:25:00.000 --> 00:25:06.920 a second chance. I mean when he died that that hurt cover, because 312 00:25:07.079 --> 00:25:08.440 this is back when, I back when I was still watching MTV. So 313 00:25:08.519 --> 00:25:14.519 The v M as that that that week it was nominated for like best rock 314 00:25:14.559 --> 00:25:15.839 song or something like that, or best country song, and it fucking won. 315 00:25:17.599 --> 00:25:18.759 But he wasn't at the awards, and which, first of all, 316 00:25:18.839 --> 00:25:23.599 think about that MTV v M as. It was so good. He was 317 00:25:23.599 --> 00:25:27.559 still getting cred with with MTV, with the fucking teeny bopper's voting for this 318 00:25:27.640 --> 00:25:30.279 ship Um. And he won, but they had said, like he can't, 319 00:25:30.319 --> 00:25:33.119 we're we're announcing this now because he can't be here tonight. He's not 320 00:25:33.119 --> 00:25:37.160 feeling well. But he's gonna be fine. died that weekend. Jesus, 321 00:25:37.119 --> 00:25:41.519 his wife didn't die, and then June died not long after that. We're 322 00:25:41.720 --> 00:25:45.480 not long before that. One of the two. I can't remember. Um, 323 00:25:45.519 --> 00:25:48.640 they were pretty close together when they the way they died, when they 324 00:25:48.680 --> 00:25:52.559 died. It's just, it's just, yeah, that's I will always love 325 00:25:52.640 --> 00:25:56.279 that cover more than anything I still have. I mean, I listened to 326 00:25:56.319 --> 00:26:00.880 that that fulsome that live at live at the prison on that. It's it's 327 00:26:00.960 --> 00:26:03.119 it's it's a great and it comes on like, okay, cool. I 328 00:26:03.200 --> 00:26:06.960 usually have it on when I'm cleaning the house, like like when I'm like 329 00:26:06.960 --> 00:26:08.160 hardcore clean in the house, vacuman and doing the CAP, I'll put it, 330 00:26:08.200 --> 00:26:12.960 I'll put my phone up to my Alexa and just play that out because, 331 00:26:14.119 --> 00:26:17.720 Um, cocaine belue. This is one of my favorite Johnny. I 332 00:26:17.759 --> 00:26:22.480 love that song. Sometimes life can give you the raw deal, and that's 333 00:26:22.480 --> 00:26:26.079 where dope comes in. Dope provides edible cookie dough in a variety of flavors 334 00:26:26.079 --> 00:26:33.079 and styles for you, delivered to your house deliciously and intact. 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But other than that, other than that, 345 00:27:22.359 --> 00:27:23.400 and I said, I do like Chris Stapleton, but Chris Double does more 346 00:27:23.400 --> 00:27:26.519 blues than country. Um, yeah, it's and I can't listen. I 347 00:27:26.599 --> 00:27:30.599 tried. I cannot get in the country. Chris, Chris. I like 348 00:27:30.680 --> 00:27:34.000 Chris Stapleton because he's not the he's not this bow burn. I'm kind of 349 00:27:34.039 --> 00:27:40.119 country that. I mean he's just a guy who's existed in the music industry 350 00:27:40.519 --> 00:27:44.839 for years and just literally like it was. He was just like a session 351 00:27:44.920 --> 00:27:48.559 musician and he just would write songs all the time and spend. His wife 352 00:27:48.599 --> 00:27:52.400 finally was like just record these and and and release them, like what's the 353 00:27:52.440 --> 00:27:56.079 fucking worst that can happen? And that first album like clean sweeps the C 354 00:27:56.279 --> 00:28:02.240 M A S and here's this guy walking out looking like just like the you 355 00:28:02.279 --> 00:28:04.000 know, the long coat and the hair and the beard. I mean everyone 356 00:28:04.000 --> 00:28:08.240 else at the C M as is pretty and here's just this rough looking motherfucker. 357 00:28:08.759 --> 00:28:11.400 And then he put another album out a few years later and I was 358 00:28:11.400 --> 00:28:15.079 because I was still working at ABC at the time, so I was watching 359 00:28:15.079 --> 00:28:18.519 the C M as because I had to. And Uh, I was like 360 00:28:18.559 --> 00:28:21.839 he's not gonna clean sweep again. There's no way he gets that twice. 361 00:28:22.079 --> 00:28:23.960 Same thing every time you put an album out. It's fucking just you know, 362 00:28:25.119 --> 00:28:27.160 male artist of the year, best country album, best country song, 363 00:28:27.279 --> 00:28:32.680 just across the board because he he writes the kind of stuff that like like 364 00:28:32.720 --> 00:28:36.559 Johnny cash used to write, the closest thing to it. Yeah, it's 365 00:28:36.759 --> 00:28:38.599 he's the close the pop country or that. No, it's not. It's 366 00:28:38.599 --> 00:28:44.319 not arena country, pop country. It's just it's just a guy righting on 367 00:28:44.480 --> 00:28:48.440 his honest fucking music and it's like him and his wife in a backup band. 368 00:28:48.519 --> 00:28:52.559 It's it's it's really good ship. I mean he's the biggest known for 369 00:28:52.680 --> 00:28:56.519 his cover of Tennessee whiskey, but his cover Tessey whiskey is fucking like orgasmic. 370 00:28:56.640 --> 00:29:00.039 Okay, I have listened to that. It is really, really good. 371 00:29:00.160 --> 00:29:03.279 I remember because because that year, that first year he was there, 372 00:29:03.440 --> 00:29:07.920 he performed that with with Justin Timberlake of all people. And Uh, but 373 00:29:08.000 --> 00:29:15.519 even I was like, Damn, Justin, you're fucking talented. Justin Timberlake 374 00:29:15.599 --> 00:29:18.319 is a lot more talented than I think people give him credit for. It's 375 00:29:18.359 --> 00:29:21.200 just he's the he'll never live down being the guy from insect. No, 376 00:29:21.319 --> 00:29:25.160 and that's the shady part. Actually, one of my favorite fucking songs Evers 377 00:29:25.200 --> 00:29:33.119 Criba River. It's a good fucking song. It's a good fucking song. 378 00:29:33.599 --> 00:29:37.799 It's a really good song. Music video is great. I love that song. 379 00:29:37.839 --> 00:29:40.400 I'm like, God, Damn, you just oh yeah, what hurt 380 00:29:40.480 --> 00:29:42.519 him most? At first he tried to be Michael Jackson. He did. 381 00:29:42.799 --> 00:29:48.039 He got a lot of Michael Jackson comparisons when he was first because it was 382 00:29:48.440 --> 00:29:51.559 kind of a similar story. was like here's this guy who became bigger than 383 00:29:51.640 --> 00:29:57.519 his group and his early style was very Jackson esque. But Dude, be 384 00:29:57.960 --> 00:30:03.160 crimeier river is a is fucking slaps. That song is so fucking good. 385 00:30:03.240 --> 00:30:06.759 Man, the little things that you're like, I don't think I'll ever listen 386 00:30:06.839 --> 00:30:10.160 to. Oh my God, this is gone, because because that that came 387 00:30:10.160 --> 00:30:12.960 out in that age where I was moving on from pop music, like I 388 00:30:14.680 --> 00:30:17.680 listened to like backstreet boys and and sing for years because growing up I was 389 00:30:17.680 --> 00:30:21.799 allowed to listen to but I liked it. I never that was my parents 390 00:30:21.839 --> 00:30:25.400 just were like, we'll let you listen to this because you know, it 391 00:30:25.519 --> 00:30:27.880 is what, it is acceptable. It's acceptable, Um. But when I 392 00:30:27.920 --> 00:30:33.200 was getting away from pop music and discovering like rock and other things like, 393 00:30:33.599 --> 00:30:36.559 it was when Crime River came out and everyone's like just to really. So 394 00:30:36.960 --> 00:30:38.319 I was like I'm over all that and I listened to it and I'm like 395 00:30:40.160 --> 00:30:42.720 fuck, okay, this one's good. I like it. Ship never gotten 396 00:30:42.759 --> 00:30:47.680 that pop pop stuff. Yeah, I did. I did go to a 397 00:30:48.359 --> 00:30:52.319 backstreet boys concert with my wife, though, right before Covid I bet that 398 00:30:52.440 --> 00:30:57.599 was an adventure best. No lines for the bathroom. Really it's like me 399 00:30:57.759 --> 00:31:04.279 and two gay guys and they looked at me like I was married. Just 400 00:31:04.319 --> 00:31:08.880 that. They're like, what are you doing here, wife, not watching 401 00:31:08.880 --> 00:31:11.519 the show? I literally I was like I was. She wanted to go, 402 00:31:11.559 --> 00:31:14.559 as in Indianapolis. She wanted to go, and I was like if 403 00:31:14.559 --> 00:31:17.680 fine, was it like? Was it at least like like was it a 404 00:31:17.720 --> 00:31:21.920 good like as far as spectacle goes, like good show or just you just 405 00:31:21.920 --> 00:31:25.079 were checked out and it wasn't checked out. I mean I was like we 406 00:31:25.079 --> 00:31:27.599 were. We were, I mean spectacle wise, but like it was weird. 407 00:31:27.640 --> 00:31:30.119 So if like we're up on like if you're at the stage, we 408 00:31:30.119 --> 00:31:33.519 were kind of like almost behind the stage at an angle. That makes sense, 409 00:31:33.559 --> 00:31:37.960 because she didn't she didn't want to be down there with like she's with 410 00:31:37.039 --> 00:31:42.319 like every crazy fan because she's my wife. Has the Oh my God, 411 00:31:42.400 --> 00:31:48.880 my wife's crazy about backstreet boys, absolutely insane. Um, she used to 412 00:31:48.880 --> 00:31:52.079 record every time they were on TV and she has all the recordings. Really, 413 00:31:52.200 --> 00:31:59.880 yeah, like that, hundreds of hours of just recordings. That is 414 00:32:00.039 --> 00:32:07.799 specs sacks still has the videos. Probably all this ship like she figured she 415 00:32:07.880 --> 00:32:13.000 figured out where one of them lived like before they because she knew a girl. 416 00:32:13.599 --> 00:32:15.519 You guys can't see the look I'm giving Mike Right now. But she 417 00:32:15.599 --> 00:32:20.279 knew a girl whose mom was a real estate agent down and I think Florida, 418 00:32:20.440 --> 00:32:22.039 and one of and then that's where they're from. Yeah, and they 419 00:32:22.079 --> 00:32:24.440 were able to figure out one of them was buying a house, so she 420 00:32:24.519 --> 00:32:30.759 sent them. I was like, oh, that's she was like fourteen or 421 00:32:30.759 --> 00:32:36.319 something at the time. So I'm like, I just love that. She's 422 00:32:36.319 --> 00:32:38.319 like I want to be down there on the floor with these crazy fucking but 423 00:32:39.200 --> 00:32:43.640 what I just told you. Yeah, yeah, that's funny because when I 424 00:32:43.640 --> 00:32:45.640 went and saw it, when I went and saw Judas priest a few years 425 00:32:45.640 --> 00:32:47.920 ago, Um, I was on the floor. I was easily the youngest 426 00:32:47.960 --> 00:32:52.359 guy there by a lot of I mean a lot of the people around me 427 00:32:52.400 --> 00:32:57.240 were in their fifties or older, and but like we're rocking out, like 428 00:32:57.279 --> 00:33:00.160 they were sucking eighteen years old and I'm sitting here in my chair. Are 429 00:33:00.200 --> 00:33:04.039 just kind of like, I'm tired, but like yeah, and they knew 430 00:33:04.039 --> 00:33:05.960 it was. It was just kind of weird. I'm like, Oh man, 431 00:33:06.039 --> 00:33:12.839 I'm younger than I could be all y'all's fucking sons ship. I mean 432 00:33:12.880 --> 00:33:16.960 it was now. Did I want to go see them? No, I'm 433 00:33:16.960 --> 00:33:20.359 not a fan, but my wife wanted to go. Was I like pleasantly 434 00:33:20.400 --> 00:33:23.839 surprised? Yes, I didn't have a bad time. Right, it's probably, 435 00:33:23.920 --> 00:33:27.960 like I said, there was a spectacle. It was probably taking my 436 00:33:28.000 --> 00:33:31.079 wife to go see fucking slipknot, like she's yeah, she's not gonna. 437 00:33:31.160 --> 00:33:35.119 Like a buddy, a buddy of mine, his his daughter. She's she's 438 00:33:35.160 --> 00:33:37.880 fourteen now and she's she's getting into like she like slipped not and stuff like 439 00:33:37.920 --> 00:33:40.119 that. So they went. He took her to see them in in in 440 00:33:40.440 --> 00:33:45.680 Indie a few months ago and got like floor floor tickets and I was like 441 00:33:45.759 --> 00:33:50.799 you brave motherfucker. He's like yeah, no, I miscalculated. He's like 442 00:33:51.039 --> 00:33:53.519 she had a blast and he's like but also, having never listened to them, 443 00:33:53.799 --> 00:33:58.279 but seeing them live, I get it. He's like, I get 444 00:33:58.319 --> 00:34:01.160 it. It's one band I've always want to see live. You seen them, 445 00:34:01.480 --> 00:34:05.440 not Louve Dude. I was gonna see them in corn live and I 446 00:34:05.440 --> 00:34:07.480 remember they were touring together for like a hot I wish I could have been 447 00:34:07.480 --> 00:34:13.079 on that tour because I remember seeing the video of them doing uh, corn 448 00:34:13.119 --> 00:34:16.840 started playing sabotage by Beastie boys and Slipknot came out and I was on stage 449 00:34:16.840 --> 00:34:20.840 with them and yeah's I wish I could have gone to one of those. 450 00:34:21.159 --> 00:34:25.519 I've seen corn once and then I saw Jonathan Davis doing solo stuff. And 451 00:34:25.599 --> 00:34:30.599 I've seen slipknot twice, and they're just remember like two thousand five rolling stones 452 00:34:30.599 --> 00:34:34.360 that they were the best band to see alive, and I'm like, yeah, 453 00:34:34.800 --> 00:34:37.679 yeah, they fucking are. I've always want to see them live so 454 00:34:37.760 --> 00:34:43.760 bad. So Bass players, guitar shoots, fire, can't beat you. 455 00:34:43.840 --> 00:34:49.480 Can't fucking beat that. They're so good. And then slip was one of 456 00:34:49.519 --> 00:34:52.360 those bands I really wasn't into at first. I can't remember what song came 457 00:34:52.360 --> 00:34:57.079 out, so it wasn't into like that hard, just like that. It 458 00:34:57.119 --> 00:34:59.840 took me a while too, but then I saw what song came out. 459 00:35:00.039 --> 00:35:04.880 was saying I want to stab somebody fucking I mean, it depends on what 460 00:35:04.960 --> 00:35:07.239 year it was. I can't, I honestly couldn't tell you what song it 461 00:35:07.280 --> 00:35:10.000 was anymore, but it was like the first song by them I ever heard 462 00:35:10.039 --> 00:35:14.119 was duality, and like it was before I was into that kind of stuff. 463 00:35:14.199 --> 00:35:15.440 Yeah, I did. Was the one song that I think turned me 464 00:35:15.440 --> 00:35:21.079 off. I didn't like vermilion at all. I love that. I couldn't. 465 00:35:21.119 --> 00:35:25.199 I was like, and I can't remember what one that really got me 466 00:35:25.239 --> 00:35:29.360 into him. I was like so so, I remember because so so. 467 00:35:29.440 --> 00:35:32.840 Duality was the first one of theirs I heard off that volume three album because, 468 00:35:32.840 --> 00:35:36.599 again, like at the time, I was barely like the I was 469 00:35:36.639 --> 00:35:39.119 listening like like simple plan at that time, in the simple point, green 470 00:35:39.159 --> 00:35:42.760 day and Blake two, like I was a pop puncket, so heavy stuff 471 00:35:42.800 --> 00:35:46.599 wasn't my thing. Um, so I heard duality, I wasn't into it. 472 00:35:46.840 --> 00:35:52.920 I heard vermillion and I was like Oh, okay, and then I 473 00:35:52.960 --> 00:35:58.599 heard vermillion part two, which is this like all acoustic song, and I 474 00:35:58.679 --> 00:36:01.119 was like who the fuck is this? My brother was like that slipknot and 475 00:36:01.199 --> 00:36:06.159 I was like bullshit. So then I checked out like the whole album and 476 00:36:06.199 --> 00:36:08.360 I was like, Oh, this is actually very good. And then, 477 00:36:09.239 --> 00:36:14.840 Um, the next one that came out was psychosocial. When that album came 478 00:36:14.880 --> 00:36:17.159 out, that song fucking I want to say it was actually a duality, 479 00:36:17.239 --> 00:36:22.039 that it was duality. It's not the one that I pushed my fingers. 480 00:36:22.079 --> 00:36:25.119 Yeah, yeah, that's what it was. Ok, that one got them 481 00:36:25.159 --> 00:36:29.480 some, I mean because that album got them a grammy nomination for before I 482 00:36:29.519 --> 00:36:31.559 forget. I think yeah, is what kind of which is funny because they 483 00:36:31.559 --> 00:36:35.639 all showed up in like suits but with their masks still on, which is 484 00:36:35.679 --> 00:36:40.000 fantastic. I just I don't know. It's I it was very weird, 485 00:36:40.079 --> 00:36:43.599 like, I don't I didn't really didn't listen to what. I listened to. 486 00:36:43.639 --> 00:36:45.760 Lincoln Park, yeah, that was probably the heaviest thing I listened to 487 00:36:45.800 --> 00:36:52.519 at the time, link in Park. Well, and I actually had yeah 488 00:36:52.800 --> 00:36:54.280 around that same time. My brother, my brother, got me in the 489 00:36:54.280 --> 00:37:00.039 system of a down and stained. I was listening to Lincoln Park and a 490 00:37:00.199 --> 00:37:04.639 hubba stank. I have every hubba stank album. I fucking love who was 491 00:37:04.639 --> 00:37:07.679 staying, stink. Whatever happened then that I'm still they're still around. There 492 00:37:07.679 --> 00:37:10.239 are they're actually about to go on tour with lit, with lit and alien 493 00:37:10.280 --> 00:37:15.159 and farm. The most fucking I saw that announcement. I was like, 494 00:37:15.159 --> 00:37:20.320 Oh, I'm fourteen, I would like to go please, because there's there's 495 00:37:20.320 --> 00:37:22.719 three bands I never got to see live growing up. I like, I 496 00:37:22.800 --> 00:37:25.840 love who was staying. They're good ship. Yeah, they're still tour, 497 00:37:25.880 --> 00:37:30.559 they still play shows, they still sound good. Alien and farm, I 498 00:37:30.599 --> 00:37:32.880 didn't think was still around, but I guess when you release a fucking Michael 499 00:37:32.960 --> 00:37:37.159 Jackson cover that takes over the fucking world for a little bit, that's also 500 00:37:37.239 --> 00:37:38.719 great. It's a great fucking cover. I remember because I was I was 501 00:37:38.760 --> 00:37:45.760 working in radio when that one better than the original. They're so different. 502 00:37:45.519 --> 00:37:52.079 And also the music video for Jackson's version is really fucking good, but his 503 00:37:52.199 --> 00:37:58.679 music videos were all like mini movies anyway. Um, that's a hard one. 504 00:37:58.920 --> 00:38:01.360 I don't know, because in and farms is is is in that that 505 00:38:01.599 --> 00:38:07.039 area of covers that are more satirical than anything else, because like during the 506 00:38:07.079 --> 00:38:10.119 last chorus of the song, the singers in the background going hey, like 507 00:38:10.239 --> 00:38:15.840 joking Lee pretended. So it's it's it's more meant to like we're covering it 508 00:38:15.880 --> 00:38:19.920 and having fun with it, as opposed to trying to do something like when 509 00:38:19.960 --> 00:38:22.679 you look at like Johnny Cash's hurt cover or like kill switch doing holy diver, 510 00:38:22.760 --> 00:38:27.320 where if they're trying to make the song of their own, whereas alien 511 00:38:27.320 --> 00:38:30.840 and farms is more like we're just gonna have fun. Yeah, I remember 512 00:38:30.000 --> 00:38:35.599 when I was working in radio, when framing Hanley, who existed for like 513 00:38:35.639 --> 00:38:38.719 five minutes, Um, put out this cover of uh, I forget who 514 00:38:38.719 --> 00:38:45.159 the original artist is, but the song is Lollipop Um Fun. Who did 515 00:38:45.159 --> 00:38:47.000 I forget it, but they we had them at the studio the one day 516 00:38:47.039 --> 00:38:51.280 and they were talking about how, like yeah, we did that by accident, 517 00:38:51.960 --> 00:38:52.559 and I was like, what do you mean? And they're like, 518 00:38:52.559 --> 00:38:55.800 well, we were wed. They're like, we had just finished, like 519 00:38:57.880 --> 00:39:00.239 we we have been like in the studio or something all day. We all 520 00:39:00.239 --> 00:39:02.400 went back and just got fucking hammered and it came on. We were like, 521 00:39:02.440 --> 00:39:05.679 we should like fucking see if we can figure out how to play that, 522 00:39:05.719 --> 00:39:08.639 and he's like and we played it and recorded it on like someone's fucking 523 00:39:08.719 --> 00:39:13.199 computer and we played it bad. We were kind of like that's not bad. 524 00:39:13.239 --> 00:39:15.039 We should try it when we're sober and actually put some effort into it. 525 00:39:15.079 --> 00:39:17.440 And they did and it was like a fucking number one hit for a 526 00:39:17.440 --> 00:39:20.880 while. Wait, wait, wait, bring that song up again. I 527 00:39:20.960 --> 00:39:25.840 think now's limp biscuits Um, which one he did several yeah, but his 528 00:39:25.840 --> 00:39:31.519 his George Michael one faith, faith. That's a good covers. It's actually 529 00:39:31.559 --> 00:39:35.480 a pretty good cover. No, like I okay, I did listen to 530 00:39:35.559 --> 00:39:37.280 a lot of limp biscuit when I was a kid. I never got in. 531 00:39:37.440 --> 00:39:42.079 I never got into into limp biscuit. I I'm good. Um, 532 00:39:42.360 --> 00:39:45.719 I don't know, I just love all right. So this is this is 533 00:39:46.119 --> 00:39:50.559 framing. Hanley is doing the cover of a lollipop. I want to see 534 00:39:50.599 --> 00:39:53.440 if I remember this. Um, I don't know who the original artist is, 535 00:39:53.480 --> 00:40:07.639 though. It's from a music video. Who the fuck is got? 536 00:40:07.679 --> 00:40:14.559 It's like three minutes before the song starts at least. Oh look, you 537 00:40:14.639 --> 00:40:20.039 lack alouded. Yeah, no, I do remember that. Yeah, let's 538 00:40:20.039 --> 00:40:30.199 get cover, because they slow it down sweet. Yeah, yeah, this 539 00:40:30.320 --> 00:40:36.840 was a really good cover. This is all accidental. So, so this 540 00:40:36.960 --> 00:40:40.039 version is like it's it's legit, but there are but the whole idea they 541 00:40:40.039 --> 00:40:43.639 got fucking hammered. Heard it on the radio and then just we're like, 542 00:40:43.719 --> 00:40:45.400 let's just fucking play it, and then the next day were like ship, 543 00:40:45.519 --> 00:40:49.800 we should actually fucking do this, and I was like that's the bet bucket 544 00:40:49.840 --> 00:40:50.440 story ever.