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July 06, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

Times like these make us want to speak our minds, and in times like these sometimes what's on our minds requires a certain hint of outrage. The way we see it, what better way to express outrage or a passionate feeling about something than with an off-color remark. George Carlin knew it was an important topic, and so do we. ATTT is joined by an old friend from Ben's Nashville days, singer, performer and all-around excellent person Kara Donahue. Ben and Kara share the same affinity for our, uh, topic, and the artists featured on Top Ten Rock N Roll Potty Mouths agree. 2020 America is a vulgar place, make no mistake. We're here to have fun with it and play some great music in the process.

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June 29, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

Some of the greatest titans of rock and pop music cut their teeth in the 1960s. Many of these bands and artists were able to stay relevant throughout the 70s, even when disco and punk were setting the musical world on its ear. What's extremely rare is an artist or band that had big time success in the 60s having the staying power or the inexplicable comeback story that made them surprisingly relevant and vital 20 years down the road into the 80s. This was the first time that rockers of all genres were trying to navigate pop culture while pushing 40 or even 50 years old. Only a select few were able to pull this feat off, and we wanted to pay tribute to these journeymen and women by counting down our favorite 60s rockers that had a great 1980s commercially and/or critically. ATTT is excited to have a guest return to the show for the first time in years, and Minneapolis' own guitar wizard Steve Cunningham is on hand to help us count down our favorite aging superstars from the 60s doing it again in the 80s.

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June 22, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

Once a year, the folks behind the scenes at ATTT HQ are allowed to go crazy and select topics that celebrate and make fun of bad music. It's their own personal Rumspringa! This year they've gone off the deep end, and selected a topic that produced a playlist so vile, so ridiculous, that it has to be heard to be believed. Top Ten Rage-Inducing Rappers, being a hip-hop episode, called upon us to call upon a couple of our hip-hop specialists. Enter the vaguely funny Dan Ewen and the decently funny Guy Opochinski to help us count down the worst of the worst in hip-hop history.

Both of these fine gentlemen are worth a follow on Twitter.
Find Dan at https://twitter.com/VaguelyFunnyDan
Find Guy at https://twitter.com/theguydf

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June 15, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

We tried hard to stay away from this topic. We know how stressed out and tired everyone is. We hoped that people here in America would choose the path of compassion and empathy, and do what was needed to work together to defeat a virus that has ravaged the entire planet. Turns out we're going to be stuck in this timeline for a while, and despite how much everyone wants to, we here in the states will not be getting back to normal for a long time. Pal Of The Pod and globetrotting dude extraordinaire Jeff Axelrod has been teaching English in China for the past few years, and was near the epicenter of the virus' origin when all hell broke loose. Jeff has been in severe lockdown and has come out the other side free and clear, and has a lot to say about his experience and what he sees us here in America going through. We also wanted to take this time to finally weigh in on the very popular "Quarantunes" topic, as we present our favorite songs about our current situation. Enjoy our take on Top Ten Songs To Quarantine To.

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June 08, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

In our darkest hour, we turn to music. And not just any music. To make a musical icon, we need the following ingredients, post-haste! Take one part love of psychedelic 60's-influenced Beatlesque pop, add one part charisma and straight-up foxiness that seems to last forever, add a soulful voice that is as unique as any rock n roll has ever produced, and just for fun make this woman one of the most genuinely sweet people in music and you get the fabulous Susanna Hoffs. From her time on top of the charts and the world with the Bangles to her solo career and collaborations, Susanna has had an amazing career. Enter rock journalist, writer, schmoozer and supermensch David Wild to give us all incredible first-hand insights into this week's subject, the unrelentingly wonderful Susanna Hoffs.

David is always up to something in the entertainment business. Follow him on Twitter to see what his crazy musical life is all about:

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June 01, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

There must be something in the air, but it seems like the entire country of America is itching to speak its mind these days. 2 things that make the good ol U.S. Of A good, and sometimes great are our free & fair elections, and our freedom of speech. We have every right to say George Floyd's murder was an unconscionable tragedy. We have every right to say the president is a dipshit. It's all engrained in our Constitution, and it's up to the people themselves to use our right to speak our mind, and if we don't use it, we may lose it. Milwaukee punk and noise aficionado Chris Van Gompel joins the pod for a batch of songs that distill our philosophy to a tee. WE HATE CENSORSHIP.

Chris' band IfIHadAHiFi has been drowning Milwaukee and surrounding areas in noise for over 20 years. Check out their extensive catalog here:

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May 25, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

I had to look it up, and The Old Boy Himself Ryan Blake has been on ATTT 43 times, including the first 16 episodes starting way back in 2011. We've been through a lot with Ryblake, but one place we've never been is on a Facebook Messenger connection. But things being the way they are, we need to get together with our favorite people in any way we safely can. We also need to have trusted co-hosts around who know what they're doing when attempting an episode topic as sacred as this one. Top Ten Motown Artists is a daunting task, especially in terms of putting the list together in the right order. Berry Gordy's stable of artists from the last 60 years of Motown are possibly the most impressive collection of musical talent ever assembled, and we needed to piece this Jenga puzzle of a list in the correct order. Did we stack the picks up just right? You be the judge.

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May 18, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

ATTT is continuing its visit to the great state of Wisconsin for a chat with drummist and all-around swell fella DJ Hostettler to break down a topic that is near and dear to our hearts. We have to come clean and tell the world that some of our favorite bands did a terrible job coming up with a name. The bands featured in Top Ten Great Bands With Bad Names are a unique bunch. They thrive in spite of names that are sometimes so bad, they keep people from listening to them. Let's face it, if someone told you that you have to listen to Garbage, does it really sound like a fun time? Anyway, we had a blast reminiscing about the terribly-named bands we've been in over the years and call out some of our favorite bands for dropping the ball in the name department.

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DJ's band IfIHadAHiFi has new music out, and current proceeds from their Bandcamp page are going to a good cause. Find out more here:

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May 11, 2020 04:00 AM PDT

Now more than ever, the phrase "now more than ever" needs to be retired. Please accept our humble apologies for using it. While you're recovering, we'd like to turn your attention to something that we can't get enough of in today's wacky world. Science. Good ol research-based, knowledge-based, methodical, organized, rigorous, exacting, mathematical and most importantly factual science. We need science in 2020 like our lives depend on it. In that spirit, we here at ATTT HQ thought it would be swell to put a big fat spotlight on what makes science great by playing a bunch of songs with scientific themes in mind. For our special guest we reached out to the great state of Wisconsin for Green Bay punk legend, the Reverend Norb Rozek. The playlist we put together is a very "volume 2" type of playlist, meaning we dug a little deeper to find some gems you may not have heard before, but they do this week's theme proud. SCIENCE!

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May 04, 2020 04:00 AM PDT


The following episode contains really good to possibly great songs by bands that we definitely don't want to be associated with. This does not constitute an endorsement of the existence of the artists and bands behind the picks. Please keep this in mind as ATTT is joined by the one and only Sir David Daskal, doing his first ever remote episode in style. All but the most putrid of bands and artists we've heard have at least one song that we can get behind, and this episode highlights some of the brightest of the diamonds in the roughest of the rough.

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