Friday, March 25, 2011

#403 - Over/Under: Albums




The show is finally back, taking on the subject that they left you hanging with last month!

0:00:00 - Spike's inner Burt seems to be broken, but there's correspondence, a Larry King impression and a drinks update. Well, at least one of them is happy...

0:05:30 - Paul seems to be suffering from a Week In Stuff-related bout of memory loss and lives purely in the moment. The Old Spike-recommended "The Draughtsman's Contract" seems to fall somewhat flat, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" raises a few eyebrows, there's post-apocalyptic fun with the movie adaptation of "The Road", post-turning-into-a-bug fun with Kafka's "Metamorphosis" and a surprising album that has made it's way into Pablo's top albums of all time...

0:28:50 - Poor Spike's been without a DVR and been made a captive audience to basic cable, which lead him to watch an entire day of Animal Planet's Cops-like "Animal Cops". To Netflix (drink!) and on Paul's advise on a previous show, "The Book Of Eli". Beware... there's possible spoilers! No spoilers, only hilarity as Spike reveals his shameful addiction to a truly terrible Scottish soap opera.

0:39:47 - This week's subject has echos of a previous show, as P&S revisit Over/Under albums. The cheeky chappies make their picks, and the varied commentariat make their picks too, for the albums they feel are over-rated, and those they feel are under-rated.


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