Eddie and Jeremy touch down the Miata to earth for a refuel after a smokin’ hot Porcaro themed Bootleg Breakfast. Eddie shakes things up by reaching out and touching Co-Producer, Ian Corey who is up to his elbows in production in the head of the beast (WASHINGTON DC). Jeremy Wheat and Eddie get quizzical with facts about the Incredible Hulk and Terry Hogan.
Later, Eddie stirs up a classic rendition of “This day in Rock and Roll History” and climbs down the rope ladder of classic facts. Eddie and Jeremy go deep and talk about the iconic 70’s acoustic guitar, Ovation and it’s military war machine origins.
Back by unpopular demand, the boys chart away with another installment of the Dream Charts. Eddie and Jeremy rip through 40 of the worst songs assembled by in honor of America’s youngsters. The charts inspire the boys to discuss the recent Mavin Gaye & Robin Thicke court decision with a side by side comparison. Thick Vs.Gaye, you decide. Kanye also gets a mention by hacking group Anonymous which gets the juices flowing for Eddie and Jeremy.
Number One fan calls into congratulate Jeremy Wheat for the size of his musical fact packed noggin. The apologies come and go and the boys end with a live track from Toto. Don’t miss this very special episode.