Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! This week, the boys bring you PE cartoons, Sophie and the Pumpkins, a little Sabotage, and a way for you to make some quick funds….if you can B Positive….what else? Let’s listen.
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! This week we bring you to Puerto Rico, Walmart, Texas, Brooklyn, Atlanta, and Twitch. After that tour, we have some new music from a friend of the show. What else? Let’s listen.
- Puerto Rico, Hooo!
- Pay Payee
- Mista Mista
- Prince of Cats
- Dog Head Bitch
- Bye Felicia
- 3 Stacks
- Twitch Takedowns
- Wu News
a. Rick Wubin
b. Recognize Johnny Blaze
c. Top 5 Wu
- One and Done – Young Gangstas
- Record of the Week – Method Man and Redman “Blackout!“
- Old to the New – Positive K “Let’s Start Living“
- Bill “Fake Football Loser” Reads Lyrics
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! This week, the boys come with their hats in their hands, asking for your support like they are Bartles and James. We need your votes in the People’s Choice Podcast Awards. We are in the “Music” and “People’s Choice” categories. Help us get through the preliminaries and into the real competition! Okay, so we don’t ONLY ask you for stuff, we give you stuff, too! Are you wondering what? Well the answer is easy….let’s listen.
- Iconic Film
- Not So Nice
- Killing The Soundman With Her Song
- Cause I Creep
- 2 Ts, 2 Us, Still Delicious
- The Ruler‘s Back
- 35 Years as the King
- Wu News
a. Nuthin’ to Shuck With
b. The Wu Comin’ Through
- One and Done – Real Live
- Record of the Week – Ice Cube “The Predator“
- Artist of the Month – Ice Cube
- Old to the New – Slick Rick “Can’t Dance To A Track That Ain’t Got No Soul/Midas Touch“
- Bill Reads Lyrics
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone. This week the boys talk about the possibility of De La Soul’s catalog being released digitally…and how Tommy Boy plans to rip them off. Ja Rule is putting curses on the Timberwolves. And we have a powerful new track from some heavy hitters in our hip hop history. What else? Let’s listen.
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! This week we show a little love to my adopted home of Portsmouth, VA. Okay, not just Party Down P-Town, but the whole Hampton Roads area. We show a little love to the 757 area code, and we hope you will too. Let’s listen….
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! Awww…. look at that picture. It’s a little kitty….and it’s bacon. What in the hell does that have to do with our show? There’s only one way to find out!! Let’s listen.
Welcome to our Phife tribute show! Why the hell did we name it “Works Every Time” if it’s a Phife tribute? Well that’s not ALL that we talk about this week. We also talk about wanting your malt liquor to fight you, and….
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone! For those of you who wondered why the hell there was a show in your iTunes or Stitcher on Tuesday (that obviously wasn’t what you were used to), we help explain that a little bit. It is Thursday, though, so we are back on track!
“You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge.” Not only is this one of the most powerful beginnings to any record, it is also the beginning to the Straight Outta Compton movie. Before you see anything, you hear that oh, so familiar line, and then it begins. You are taken back to that moment when you first hear the album, and it changed hip hop forever. The majority of the story, you already know. The behind the scenes stuff makes this a movie not to be missed.
I will not go into the details of the movie, because I know how much I hate it when a movie is spoiled before I get to see it. I will, however, express my opinions on a few things. NWA was Eazy, Dre, Cube, Ren, and Yella (and if you look at the album cover, Arabian Prince). You would barely know that from watching this movie. As we have stated on the podcast, the previews showcase (and introduce) Eazy, Dre, and Cube. The D.O.C was more prominently featured in the film than MC Ren. Don’t get me wrong, I am a giant D.O.C fan, but he was not an official member of NWA. Aldis Hodge did an excellent job portraying the Ruthless Villain, but his screen time was so limited that it seemed like a waste to have him in the film. Marcc Rose and his eerie portrayal of 2Pac almost matched Hodge for screen time. As a founding member and dope lyricist, you would think that Ren would get more of a feature in a movie about his life.
For a 2 1/2 hour movie, this one flew by. The movie was well paced, and entertaining; there were no slow spots. The throwback to “Friday” with the “Bye, Felisha” (yes, that’s how her name is spelled) callback, was a nice touch. There were moments where time was fast forwarded that I would have liked more story. Not that it needed more story, but I would have liked to see more. For example, the time between Ice Cube refusing to sign his contract with Jerry Heller and “No Vaseline” was a matter of 3 minutes on film. That was two years, covered in 3 minutes. The D.O.C’s car accident and hospitalization took up more time in the movie. Who knows, maybe there was nothing important that happened in those two years?
All in all, one of the best movies I have seen in many years. Make sure you tune in this Thursday to hear Bill’s and my full review (with spoilers). If you have seen it, give us a call 206-333-4221 and tell us what you thought. If you don’t want to call, comment here or leave us a message on the Facebook page or hit us up on Twitter. Until next time….Keep it classic, and always remember: New School Stale, Old School Fresh@
Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone. What in the hell is with this episode’s title? Listen and find out! What else will you hear?