BALLS After Dark.131 So I tied an onion to my belt, which was the style at the time
Thinking thinky things, the 1995 Venn diagram of words you couldn't use on posters and words compulsory to use on Picture magazine covers, tightening up, absolute garbage, doing yourself a favour, IT CAME... FROM AFRICAAAAA, very Wilt areas, belted onions, the peace pipe, registered sax offenders, Proto-Gurus, know your back catalogue, Saint Staffo, opening with singles, doing the pop*, playing Chuck Berry, Brisbane in January, convergent evolution, Bailey vs Kuepper and pubey covers. This week the Doc and special guest AlbionLoveDen reviewed new albums from Screaming Females and Femi Kuti, with the classic being Brisvegas legends The Saints' I'm Stranded. Next week Beeso's back to talk new Jack White, Everything Is Recorded with Richard Russell, and a mid-90s Black Crowes classic (or is this the real mid-90s Black Crowes classic?) Current and recent review albums are on our After Dark album review playlist; our fave tracks of the year are on our 2018 After Dark Mixtape. Thanks to ALD for guesting on this week's AD. We do this on iTunes too: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/balls-with-beeso-dr-yobbo/id1209722376
*Brad Shepherd's pre-Gurus Brisbane punk band that recorded Savage (featured on disc 1 of Do The Pop and later covered by the D4 was the Fun Things. Not the Hitmen. Though he was in them for a bit as well.