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Songs Gone Wrong

Episode · 1 year ago

Thriller by Michael Jackson

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Thriller by Michael Jackson might be a Halloween hit, but is it a legit hit? Did Vincent Price add or take away from this song? And who is the better dancer, MJ or Teen Wolf?

Everyone, and welcome to songs gone wrong, where we, along with you, the fans, decide if these hit songs got it right or did those songs go wrong? I wanted your host, drew Zachman, and joining me, as always during this wonderful Halloween week, is Dave Shultz. Dave, how are you doing, sir? I'm on a podcast. It's really cool. Oh, hi, they're hey. I'm doing great. How about you, drew? Is that? Do you go around like singing out to people? I do, like normally you did. That is that is how I promote the show. I just go up to random strangers on the street and start crooning. It's not bad. Yeah, that's why way to do it. It is. Now, I do have some citations against me and I wouldn't recommend it for everybody, but yeah, it was definitely an option. Nice, Nice. Well, actually, you know how? You know how we also like to promote our show. Please tell me. We like to give away stickers. Yes, you away songs gone wrong, stickers, because they are awesome and people love stickers. And I'll tell you what, guys, if you haven't done so already, make sure you hit subscribed to our podcast, and you know that we get all of our episodes when they come out, which is twice a week, and if you leave us a five star review on Itunes, let me know and then we will have your very own sticker sent out to you. We already actually have a bunch of stickers going out today, and so thank you everyboddy for those who have left their reviews. It's greatly appreciated. But yeah, Yep, thank you, guys, and, like I said, leave a review five stor of you on Itunes, we will have stickers mailed out to you. Yep, and those stickers, they are spooky. They're not. No, well, it's Halloween, Dude. They are from on these these stickers. You did a good job making them. They're pretty sweet. Oh, thank you. Yeah, that's revealing the the the magic behind the curtain, if you will. Sorry. Yeah, no, that was private. You shouldn't let people know I'm making stickers in my basement with crayons and and tape. That's what you're going to get. Scotch tape, written shoung's gone wrong in Crayon, so it's like a it's like a double sided tape that we used. Yep, that's it. But these stickers are legit. So, yeah, leave us a faster of you on itunes. That would be awesome. And you can also follow us on twitter. We have all we were pretty much all set up now, man, we have all of our socials and it actually worked out pretty well. So our twitter, facebook and instagram are at they're all at songs gone N so pretty easy to remember. They're all the same at songs...

...gone. You can drop us an email as GW podcast at gmailcom. visit our website, songs gone wrongcom. Will have recaps of the episodes. Will have ways where you can help support the show and yeah, we have kind of like recaps in the final verdicts, which I need to actually update the website about that. So I will remind myself to do that. Yes, I will remind you as well in a song. Thank you. Oh, here we get in song form. No, I'm not going to do it right now. Okay, good later when you need to be reminded, I just don't listen. This isn't like drop of a hat kind of stuff. This whole singing business. It's going to have a purpose. I meet it's one. That's fine, HMM. I'll tell you and I'll tell you what. The song we're talking about today definitely has a pretty specific meaning. Or does it? Well, you know, I have to admit here to the the audience, I'm a little concerned this song might already be a foregone conclusion. What do you think, drew? Or is it or is it poo? was that a good Halloween cackle? That's pretty good. That's really good. Thank you. Yeah, but in case you guys can tell by the title of this episode, we are talking about thriller right before Halloween, which was performed by Michael Jackson, you who may have heard of him before, and it was off the album thriller, which came out in one thousand nine hundred and eighty two this this album has sold over thirty two million copies in the US alone. Wow, it's insane. It makes sense. I mean this, this I mean this album, is pretty, you know, legit like this. So when you think of like some of the best albums of all time, this has to be up there. But the writers, the wall, the writer of the Song, Rod Temperton. Now, in case you don't know who he is, rod is a fantastic songwriter who, besides writing thriller, wrote off The Wall and rock with you from Michael Jackson and he also wrote some hits for George Benson, like give me the night, and he also wrote baby, come to me for James Ingram. I Love James Ingram. He also wrote the spoken word part of the song for Vincent Price and thriller, which I think it's just amazing, and he also came up with the title for the song and the which you know, it's also the eventual album title as well. Apparently Temperton wrote the lyrics to the song and a couple of hours, and that's for the spoken word part. He banged that out and the taxi right on the way to the studio the day of the recording. So for all of us out there who liked to procrastinate, this is pretty damn inspirational. Wow Me and who have that in common. Yeah. Also, of note, this song was produced by Quincy Jones, so there's definitely some a list people here. And another note, so the video. Right, every knows the video. We talk about that a little bit more, but it was directed by John Landis. Now, if you don't know who John Landis, has he also directed national and Poon's Animal House, the Blues Brothers trading places, three Amigos coming to America and Beverly Hills Cup three, which all right, while Brobably Hills, Cup one and...

...two were amazing. Three wasn't that bad? Come on, guys, it's kind of a guilty pleasure of mine. Okay, whatever. But he also directed the video for a block or white for Michael. But that's it's a pretty damn good resume if you ask me. Sure now, Dave, what are some of your memories of the song? Thriller? My memories of the song? I was a very young lad when this came out, and the video that you just mentioned earlier is my first memory of it because it, you know, you just mentioned John Landis as well. It was a mini movie, you know, the way the whole thing played out, the the visual effects used in this video were, I mean, second to none. Michael Jackson did to say, to steal a phrase from John Hammond, he spared no expense when it came to producing this video and it, I think, like many other people, it became a Halloween staple. I mean, when you hear this song, you immediately think of the spookiest time of the year, the scariest season of all right, yeah, absolutely, which is where we are. We're gearing up for that right now. But Yeah, so my memories a little bit different. So growing up my dad had a pretty sweet like Stereo System in our family room at my parents house and they had like a handful of records. One of the records they had was thriller. So this album came out eighty two. I was only two at the time, but I would say probably when I was like four years old. So all right, I have a sister WHO's four years older than me, and my mom. So they had the record. The the thriller record was playing. Now it wasn't on the Thriller Song when my mom left the House to drop my sister off at the bus stop. So she used to know at the bus up, I'm home alone. I'm like for whatever, I'm kind of whatever, and then thriller comes on, Right. So you get passed the first couple songs on the thriller album. Then he gets to the actual title track and you know the music itself is kind of spooky, right, but then you get to the spoken word part at the end with Vincent Price, and you know the way the music it's like the has that eerie sound to it and and then he does the laugh at the end. I lost my shit. So when my mom came home, she found me like hysterical because I had just listened to thriller, like the actual like the song. And Yeah, so, you know, I am amazed by that story for a few reasons. One, leaving the leaving the toddler home alone. Well, even then, you sent home alone, which makes me think of Macaulay Culkin, who was pals with Michael Jackson. Your mom driving your sister to the bus stop. I why didn't she just drive her to where she needed to go? Or why didn't your sister just take the bus to begin...

...with? Why did she need a ride to know? She walked her. She walked her to the bus stop. Oh, for school. Yeah, yes, awesome. So my sister was probably like seven or eight at that time. Okay, so she was young too, apparently not young enough to be left home alone. Yeah, while while thriller was being played, Right. Yeah, yeah, sure. And you know you've mentioned a couple times you think the spoken word part by Vincent Price was amazing. I hate it, really I I can that. Maybe we're supposed to say this for later, I don't know, but rules be damned on this hollows Eve, my friend, I cannot stand that section of this song. There's only the only thing I don't like about that part is that it rhymes, which I think takes away the spookiness of it. Now, Vincent prices, I mean he's like, you know, a horror master. He has a legend, right, you know so, and having him say those and those words themselves that he's saying aren't bad. It's just when it rhymes. I feel like that. And I get it's a song. You want to have like the rhyme scheme going on there, but when in a song like this, when this you know he what he's saying, which is spooky, it rhymes it, I feel like it detracts a little bit from the spookiness of it. Okay, spoiler alert here. This song slaps right you're moving right along, you're grooving along with MJ. I mean there's a lot of great elements at play here. So allow me to give you an analogy, if you will. Please do imagine. Put yourself in this situation, everybody, let's go to fantasy land or never land ranch. Actually, that sounds really creepy right now. But Anyway, and let's say you're you're getting intimate with someone and it's getting hot and heavy and you're really, I mean you're really in the moment, and then you look up and there's a picture of your grandmother right there looking at you. That would totally take you out of the mood, wouldn't it? Am I alone on this where I be like, Oh yeah, Oh Nana, oh no, oh no, this is bad. So so you're saying, MMM, that the Vincent price part at the end just takes me out of my kills the vibe kills the mood, and I know, I know it. Listen, I know saying it kills the mood is so bizarre, considering yet again, it is vincent price and the content of what he is saying, despite the rhyming, what have you. But for me it just, I don't know, man almost feels like a forced thing, you know, like it would have been fine on its own. It didn't need that. No, it definitely did not need it. I don't think you needed it. But I think it's even though the fact that does rhyme, which you know, like I said, it's not, I don't think it's that horrible. I think it just it think it just takes away from...

...the you know, spookiness. I'm surprised this whole situation I just brought up basically got crickets in response. I see what you're saying, but Huh, I think, I think my honest say issue. But like my I think what I'm you don't keep pictures of your grandmother in the House. Is that what you're saying? You're a terrible grandson, you're a horrible person my grandparents. Okay, all right, okay, but you know what I'm saying, like what would take you out of the mood? But you're not. But you're not going to be getting your groove on while listening to thriller. Well, that doesn't matter. That's that's a relevant I'm just saying there's there's something out of place or something told you're totally in his it doesn't have to be the thriller. Could be, I don't know, whatever romantic barry white could be on. You know, I know that was like the easiest choice to ever made. Looked I barry white and then, like I said, all of a sudden you look up and you're like, oh Geez, that's something I didn't want to see at this very moment, Buzz Kiel, see what you're saying there. Yeah, still kind of I don't know, I still feel like it. I still feel like it's all right because you still have the music going in the background and it's already a spooky song to begin with, and he is it just changes to another spooky voice and now, so I feel like I found I feel like it's still flows all right. Yeah, that ruins it. I feel like it enhances at a bit. Actually, really let's yeah, it's dry. I mean due to freak me out. And you know what else? My so now my youngest daughter's for and my oldest watched the video with my wife and my youngest like went over to kind of take a peep at it and she was freaked out and she only saw a couple seconds. So now guess what we're getting up at two hid because she's having me because that but okay, thriller and and by the way, I get there's a lot listen to a lot scarier music, like I don't. I don't leave him home and play Cannibal corpse or, you know, slipknot or something like that. But I think, yeah, she's still UN and I think she does get a little freaked out by Vincent Price's voice. So yeah, I just you know, I get it, I understand it. I think we both understand each other and our points of view on this, but to me it just it's not in the right place, it doesn't fit. I get the theme right, it's scary. It is supposed to be scary, I understand, but to me it's like it was perfectly fine. You don't need some old dude who used to sell shrivel up apple heads on the back of comic book covers to say something creepy to enhance an already awesome song. All right, fair enough. Yeah, that's that's fair. Okay, let's get out of the weeds. That's that's you know, I just dragged us down. Yes, that's right, but thriller was the seventh and final top ten single to hit the US billboard hot one hundred off...

...of his thriller album. So he had seven top ten singles off one album. That's insane. For his career, MJ had fifty one songs hit the billboard hot one hundred, thirty of which we're top ten hits and thirteen were number ones. Now thriller was one of those top ten hits as a peaked at number four back in March of one thousand nine hundred and eighty four. So again, we talked about this during the the Rockwell episode and March. The song is peeking in March now. I think it was released as a single in November, so a couple months before so, but still, you know, I think that's just weird. That march. And then let's get into that. Actually, let's let's talk about that. Uh, the top five there. So the rest of the like I said, he was for. So number one on the billboard chart for that particular week was jump by Van Halen. Rest in peace, Eddie. Ninety nine left balloons was number two. Girls is want to have fun by Sunday lapper was three. Like I said, thriller was for and nobody told me by John Lennon was five. Karma Chameleon was six and, as we talked about before, somebody's watching me by Rockwell was seven. Wrapped around your finger by the police was eight. Let the music play by Shannon was nine, and I want a new drug by Huey Lewis, and the news was number ten. I don't know about you, but one of my career aspirations was I always want to be part of the news. Like, I don't want to be Huey Lewis, I just want to be one of the guys in the news. I was in say I don't think my guidance counselor understood what I was trying to do with my career back in high school. Nope, you like, I want to be a chain smoking bass player. Yes, she wanted. She was like, oh well, you maybe stick with computers. I'm like no, but I want to be part of the news. Hey, listen, I love Huey Lewis and the news. So, just for the record to Oh yeah, me too. Their fantastic. But yeah, Michael, he's still popular man. He has almost twenty five million monthly listeners on spotify. Twenty five million monthly listeners. That's that's pretty damn good. And his most stream song is Billy Jean, which has been streamed over seven hundred forty eight million times. Beat it is that over four hundred sixty three million stream so he's a he's still, you know, doing well on spotify. So Hmm, the music still there. Right. He was adored, he was cherished as a musician. I was always kind of like iffy on them. You know, I don't know, but I know plenty of people who were complete fanatics. So from Michael Jackson and you know, musically I get it. Oh, I mean you you watch videos of him traveling. You know, it's just any any country in the world. I think there was one I saw where he was like in Spain or something like that and people were lines around the block like it was the pope visiting. It was insane. And then even was it the Super Bowl or some concert? He like, you know...

...he were. He like would jump up through the stage and then he would just like stand there and like freeze and people were losing their minds. And then all he would do is like turn his head ever so slightly to the other side and the crowd would just lose their minds. It was insane, like like he turned his head and people were losing their shit. So, I mean the guys, the guy's a star man. I mean now you know, take away whatever you know the personal life right now. This guy musically was a fucking legends, one of the best musicians ever. I will have you know. I made a dated Michael Jackson reference at work the other day and right over my coworkers head. Oh boy. Yeah, because he made a comment about how he almost set his hair on fire. Yeah, and I saw yeah, and I'm like, Whoa, you like Michael Jackson and a Pepsi Commercial, and he goes, Huh, we're upper snapper, these kids, these kids. Yeah, pretty much. Yep, now that's scary. Yes, that is scary. You don't want to set your hair on fire. Kids know I'm talking about the younger generation. They frighten me. Well, them too. Yeah, and to setting but also setting your hair on fire frightens me. If I had any, I'd probably be terrified of it, but it's not an issue ideal with on a regular basis. Yeah, but you know what, we what we have. We'll have a lot of other great songs on this album to talk about. Plea'm not going to get into specifically. Feel like everybody knows what the songs are. But, like I said, this this album sold the most copies in the US and it's very easy to see why. The whole album is amazing. I mean he had he had Paul McCartney, Vincent Price and Eddie Van Hale and all up here on this album. So you know, what's good. But there are songs like one to be starred in something. The girl is mine. beat it. Billy Jean Pyc, pretty young thing and my personal favorite on the entire album, human nature. This album, I mean it literally, is just hit after a hit. I mean every every song. It's, like I said, seven top ten hits on this album, and then you throw in thriller. Yeah, this is one of the best albums of all time and it's pretty easy to see why. Now, how does thrower compared to the rest? Obviously it stands out because it's, you know, more of like a spooky ish song, but it's still fits in well with the album. You know, it's it just where it works. Everything in this album is fantastic. How about you? What's your what's your favorite song on this album? HMM, boy, again, I was never a huge Michael Jackson Fan. Now, if I had to pick one off the album, see I would. I would say thriller if it didn't have vincent price on it. You so this isn't part to you? I I really hate that part. I cannot stand it. And actually I got a question for you real quick. Sure this is back to the video, which I'm sure we may reference multiple times again, who knows? Because it's iconic. Yep. But who does the dance better? Because Michael Jackson is like a Zombie?...

But in Teen Wolf, the First Teen Wolf movie starring Michael J Fox, he does a teen Wolf dance which, if you kind of look at him there, eerily similar. So which dance would you prefer? I gotta go thriller. Yeah, and I do. And I do like the Teen Wolf Dance and I love Michael J Fox and I love Teen Wolf. It's a great it's a great flu's a great eight s like. But I gotta go thriller, Man, See, I'm not. kind of I'm going Teen Wolf, Baby. All right, that's fine. This is the debate to end all debates. Let's we have to post this on twitter. We will. We will post that. We will post that. But yeah, so thriller. The album as a whole fantastic. I love human nature. It's such a great song, very, very chill. You know that song. It is a good song. But even during preparations for this episode, I think you mentioned that song a handful of times and how much you true fully like it. I do. I do get all preparations a through g okay, but lyrically, you know, yeah, it's you know, it was Tho some of the lyrics, but bear with me real quick. So now I always like the line where he says there ain't no second chance against the thing with forty eyes. I don't know that. Always that line always cracked me up. And now we've talked about Vincent Price's spoken word part at the end. I love at the end where he says and whosoever shall be found without the soul for getting down must stand and face the hounds of hell and Rott inside a corpse's Shell. Yeah, wow. Also, I'll see. I also where he says grizzly ghouls from every tomb are closing into seal your doom. That's I'm pretty sure that's where, I what started to set me off, and I was a kid. And then the laugh at the end, I'm I'm pretty sure that's what completely made me lose my shit. So my mom came home to like a hysterical four year old. Oh Yeah, she came home to see you hysterical because you got freaked out by some line that was written by a dungeon master who is a DD fanatic. Really, all I'll hopped up on mountain dew. That was I know, but that line is just so incredibly, so cheesy. You know what I means. For yes, you where, for we were all for at one point in time, I think. But all right, so here's the thing, right. So what is the song about? So I'll just hear me out. It's okay, HMM. I think this. Yeah, I think the song could be one of two things, or maybe both, I don't know. First, right, it's just a straight up spooky Halloween song. It can definitely be that, right, for obvious reasons. But this is from the s. So let's think about that for a second. Right. So maybe old MJ is just trying to get some girls pants right, and there's a few lines in there where this could be a possibility. Right, Michael says the one line. Now is the time for you and I to cuddle close together. So all right, so he's try to put a little move on. He also says a girl, I can thrill you more than any ghost whatever dare try, all right, and then he's also says I'm going to...

...thrill you tonight. So I don't know, maybe MJ and Mr Temperton have a different message here. Huh that. I would think that's Mr Temperton's message. But again we're not really going to get into his personal life right now or at all during the show. Maybe even though there was a comedian I want to see who is Dave Chappelle one time. WHO's knocking Michael Jackson, and I'm totally gonna miss quote this, but maybe you've heard it, where he said if someone was looking at a penis in a lineup, the go yeah, that's a penis, but then someone throws glitter at it. Oh that's Michael Jackson. Have you heard that? That joke by him before it was it was something like that. I'm sure one of our listeners is heard the joke and you know is like, Dave, you're butchering it, but hey, I'm keeping with brand here, in brand on brand the brand. Yeah, I don't know. I feel like there's there's, I think, maybe a dual meaning here. Plus, the album is called thriller and if you look at the cover of the album it's just Michael laying there with a white suit on and a black shirt just looking at you like hey, baby, right, think you're dirty, maybe fast. What I think you know, you totally did not get my whole scenario or earlier. You're perplexed by it, confused, thinking I was just some kind of like whacko idiot or what have you, but it's probably because you know you don't care about that kind of stuff. You don't care about who's looking at you. Nothing like that. Yeah, it is ripped Brown, ready to go. You're going to pull a thriller tonight. Yes, you sick bastard. Yep, all right, anything else? Are you ready to get into our final verdict here? Oh No, I think us about it. I think I've said my piece. Okay, all right then. Well, Dave, thriller by Michael Jackson. Do you think this is a legit hit, or do you think this is a song gone wrong? It sucks, it absolutely sucks. This maybe one of the worst songs I've ever heard in my entire life. Now, that was a trick, but here's the treat. I mean, who can really say this isn't a legit hit? Come on now, I mean it's been played every year on Halloween. Not even you don't even need it on Halloween, to be honest with you, except for that stupid for convincent price part is still it's a staple and absolute iconic staple from our use that just will not die. It is an absolute, certifiable, true blue hit. Yeah, I I. I mean I have to agree. Right, this is a legit hit. And you know, if you have a Halloween playlist and this song is not on there, you don't have a Halloween playlist. You know it's it's not a hellowing playlist and if you know me, I love my playlists. Is it on your running mix? It's no, it's not on my running mix. No, it's not, but I do have human nature on my cool down mix. Oh, so there you go. But yeah, I mean say which you about Michael Jackson. You know,...

...like I gu said, we're keeping the personal life out of this. We're just talking about the song. Kind of song is Great. The entire product of this song, I think, is great. But you have the music, the lyrics, the spoken word at the end. I know you don't like it, but I do the video, the choreography. I mean he'll even eagles quarterback Donovan mcnabb did the thriller dance after scoring a touchdown like fifteen, twenty years ago. As a matter of fact, the thriller video was the first music video inducted into the national film registry. So, yeah, the song is not only a legit hit, it is also a legit Halloween hit. DDY, Beddy, I mean that just gets that's like infused in your DNA, as your soul. You know what I mean? Oh yeah, it's a your worm of the ninth degree, yeah, with eight hundred legs, that crawls into your skull and lays eggs behind your eyes like a like a mosquito would write. Oh No, oh no, like a spider. I did not do it all. This is your vendetta, this is your fight for the whole mosquito thing. You keep rocking and rolling with that. So, yeah, and then, if you don't know what we're talking about, first off, shame on you. Secondly, be sure to check out our back catalog, and I believe that was from our spider webs episode. So, yes, make sure you download that, enjoy it, hopefully, and then tell your friends about it, your enemies and strangers on the street. Yeah, yeah, so, Hashtag spiders are our friends, but we have our votes. We both we both agree, which is which is always good around the Halloween season. Sure, let's let's see what the fans have to say about it? Yes, now, drew, I'm going to listen. I definitely want to hear the fan side of everything here, but I if we hear anything negative, I'm going to be shocked, I will be flabbergasted. I will not believe what I'm hearing. So, was there anybody who didn't believe this was a legit hit? Well, eighty one percent said, yes, this is a legit hit. Wow. So yeah, I'm curious as to what the other nineteen percent thought. I mean maybe they were bringing in Mj's kind of sketchy history, which I get, but you know, we're just looking at the song and not judging the performer. This is like, you know, like Ken Griffy Jr was, you know, up for the Baseball Hall of fame. Right, he didn't get a hundred percent. I'm like, who the hell did not vote for Ken Griffy Jr? This is like the same thing, like this is a surefire legit hit. This is not a song gone wrong. But yeah, I mean I don't know, there's I guess there's some people and, like I said, maybe they are bringing in I feel like they'd have to be bringing in his personal life into the they're thinking, because like this song itself, I'm...

...like it. How do you not like it? Yeah, but it is hard to ignore. It's like to use your whole baseball thing. Well, Barry Bonds was on the juice, right. You like asking someone to take the juice out of the whole equation when kind of, you know, judging his career. But if you think, HMM, maybe, I don't know, I'm pulling stuff out my who hi here. Continue with the fans please. Yeah. But so we got a couple, a couple things. So, Tim Tony, he goes by at I don't know, is it sixty two? He said it's legit. And Irish Keith, who goes by at Tis, me self, you know, said, man, this is one of the most legit hits there is. As a young fellow, I love the song. I wanted to dress like Michael Jackson. Fortunately, maybe my father wasn't too keen on the idea, to which Jason Bowen at Jabo and seventy two replied, I'd pay to see that. And you know what? So at Ikei we got to make this happen. Buddy at trust science eighty seven said huge hit with groundbreaking video just not for me, but I can respect and R K at Rick Two thousand and twenty said that one's not even close. It's a legit hit. No doubt about it. That song and album transform music and videos to a whole new level. So I agree with you, Rick. Yeah, so nobody, nobody left any negative, you know, feedback by yeah, nineteen percent said, you know, it was they are probably nineteen percent think it's a song gone wrong. But see, and maybe I could also meet you know besides, maybe MJ's personal life, maybe because the song has gotten so much airplay, maybe they're just kind of, you know, burnt out. But it was also from like almost forty years ago. So now you know what I think. This is like those young punks who, on Halloween, leaves some flaming poo on your doorstep or toilet paper, the tree and your front Yad yes, right, they don't want to be caught, see, they don't want their face and showed. They just want to be some rude punks. And those are the same folks who voted that nineteen percent in our poll. So we just so, we're so we're a podcast that just got flaming pood Yep by some punk kids. Am I understanding that right? Yeah, because, I mean listen, we're also a podcast where you should be this. People should be handing us out like candy. Hey, check out this cool podcast. Call songs gone wrong, you know, happy Halloween, bloop, his one in your bag. We should be in a bowl that says please take one. But because people love our podcast so much, they can't help it grab us by the handful. You know what I mean? That's true. People do love us by the handful. Yes, they sure do, all right. Any any last thoughts before you wrap up? No, not really. I mean great tune. I was listening to it shortly before we got on air this evening, and I mean it just it just rocks. It's a great song and if it wasn't for that Damn Vincent Price, I probably would be listening to it right after we're done with this program this evening, but I will probably wait until Halloween and crank it up. Bra Well, if you if you need...

...a playlist, let me know. I don't listen the whole cool down list, I mean the whole cool down mix rather. Yeah, such a like an elitist concept to me I don't understand. Well, a lot take rinking out? Yeah, doubt. Or if I go for a run and I can't just stop, you have to cool down a lot it. I'm not going to listen to a day to remember or, you know, fear factory ors slayer or you know anything like that. I don't listen to that while I'm trying to cool down like that I'll defeat the purpose. You know, you got to listen to well, the cooling down part, drew, is to act she physically stopped running. I don't think it really matters what's going in here. Dry Ears. You can't just stop, but the slower music will help me, you know. Also, calm down, calm the mind, calm the body, and then I'm good to go. That's funny. I just use my synapses and the electricity provided within this weird frame, this meat bag of mine, to tell my legs, Hey, now it's time to slow down there, guys. Stop moving so fast. I don't need like, Oh hey, I was just listen to Friggin slayer, but now I gets some burnt back RAC or now I get some down hoe and that's going to make me slow down. You know. Well, that's that's like slam on the brakes. You can't do that. You gotta AD writing. I'm telling this is like this is such a third problem to me. I don't I will never understand it for as long as I live, which is hopefully feeling long. Maybe that's yeah, maybe that's like like an ocdd thing. I have like a playlist for almost like every type of scenario. Did yeah, but did someone like turn you onto this? was like now, no, I love music. That's why I have we have a fucking music podcast. I know, I know, but I mean like the whole like, Oh, I need it, like it's a mixtape. It's a yeah, I can mixtape. Pleased to love making mix CDs when CDs came out and you could burn them. Yeah, I know, but I used to make like a mixtape for a girl that I was interested in or, you know whatever, if I was going camping. But it was never like so specific to the point where I'm like, okay, this is for when I'm doing this activity. It is for exactly what I'm done with this activity. I you know what I'm your interest. You're interested in that girl. I'm interested in life and I want music from my life. So whatever. Hey, you know, I bet you there's more people like even like me. So there you go. I am most likely in the minority on this debate that I you might be. I figured if people are listening to us, they're probably also big music buffs, so maybe they also like making playlists. Yeah, but the cool down play listen. All right, enough about that. Go on, let's listen. This is just yeah, anyway, thanks for listening, guys. Yeah, seriously, I we appreciate all of our listeners. You know, we've this is our I guess our first episode were recording, you know, since we've gone live with our launch and you know, are all the supports been great. So I want to thank everybody for supporting the show, supporting us, you know, listening to it, enjoying it. So thank you, guys. I hope you guys continue to enjoy it. And Yeah, as always, you can find us. We're not...

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