Displaying episodes 31 - 45 of 45 in total
The gang carefully slice up the Velvet Underground's classic debut album, 1967's "The Velvet Underground & Nico" AKA The Banana Album.
The gang examines the David Bowie supergroup Tin Machine's self-titled 1989 record and trims the fat.
The gang fights a ticking clock and cuts down Living Colour's 1996 "Time's Up" to EP size.
The gang kick Puffy out as executive producer and cut down Biggie's 1997 double album "Life After Death" in the latest edition of Two Discs, One Cut.
The gang cut down the Deal Sisters' 1996 hit record, the Breeders' "Last Splash".
The gang rock the fuck out while cutting down Thee Headcoats' 1993 album "The Good Times Are Killing Me".
The gang begrudgingly cut down Taylor Swift's 2020 surprise album, "Folklore". Conclusion: Taylor Swift fandom is like QAnon.
Despite the orchestral interludes, the gang cuts EPs out of the Moody Blues' 1967 album "Days of Future Passed".
The gang chops up Steely Dan's first record, 1972's "Can't Buy a Thrill" -- viva yacht rock!
The gang celebrate the life and music of Peter Green, one of the founding members of Fleetwood Mac, by cutting down the Mac's 1969 album "Then Play On".
The gang reveal their shameful picks of the 90s. Be prepared to be sick of the phrase "toxic masculinity". Editor's note: Alonso comes in hot at 3:37 mark, because ...
The gang cut STP down to size and pick the best songs from their quirky, underrated 1996 gem "Tiny Music: Songs From the Vatican Gift Shop".
The gang cut down Wilco's 1996 double album, Being There, into a single disc, in another installment of "Two Discs, One Cut"