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”This group has truly been an inspiration to me (…)” – Amir Sulaiman (US) Def Jam Poet, 2010. Apart from the international sound of melodic acoustic soul, it is the intelligent angle on social and societal issues that really makes up the essence of S.T.I.C.S. S.T.I.C.S. or Sound That Inspires Conscious Souls, have managed to inspire and provoke their audience with lyrics and music that challenges the boarders of acoustic soul, hip-hop and spoken word. S.T.I.C.S. consists of four members who ...
 
Hyper-analyzing all of your favorite terrible songs. From Taylor Swift or Nicki Minaj to Billy Joel or Rush...no one is safe. New episodes every time we feel like it! Artists like: Billy Joel, Ariana Grande, Kiss, Iggy Azalea, Britney Spears, Alice Cooper, Heart, Pitbull, Steve Miller Band, Taylor Swift, one-hit wonders galore, actors gone rogue, anything and everything else
 
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Wanna know what our favorite songs are? Well, here they are. No parameters other than "Name your 5 favorite songs." Somehow this takes us 2 hours E-mail: DecompositionPod@gmail.com Twitter: @decomp_pod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decompositionpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/decompositionpod/ Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.co…
 
Katie didn't realize the drummer only had 1 arm Thats literally the only thing that people remember aout Def Leppard this episode gets dirty. Thanks a lot, Mutt Lange Razzle and dazzle e-mail: DecompositionPod@gmail.com Twitter: @Decomp_Pod @PFGrounders Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decompositionpod IG: https://www.instagram.com/decompositionp…
 
This is an iconic song with an iconic video. We didn't know the words to this song before sitting down to record this episode, but it feels like we picked a good one. Babylon? The edge of oblivion? Strong words? The song is excellent, and we are all very glad that it wasn't a ballad. We are also not sure that it was appropriate to have on Alvin and…
 
I would like to make this abundantly clear; what is about to get stuck in your head is entirely Natty Bumpercar's fault! Here are three animal-related Christmas songs. Ugh, that's all I got, go buy his book And adopt his puppy https://www.amazon.com/Douglas-Christmas-Tale-Joseph-Carney/dp/B08NZTPSBR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Douglas+Joe+Carney&q…
 
Oh Lindsey, where do we even begin. He hardly even tried with this one, and now it is a decades-spanning Christmas classic. Easily the fewest lines per song we have ever discussed. Plus Barking!! He does some strange things, and makes strange choices...and has for 50 plus years. Plus you get to learn about the origins of "Windows down, radio up!" A…
 
Teresa didn't do her homework. Katie gets saucey. This song sounds like 1996. If you listened to the radio in 96' then hopefully you remember this song. Or the chorus, at least. The Refreshments released Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big and Buzzy in 96, had a big his with "Banditos." and then promptly disappeared from the radio and Mtv. They are still around toda…
 
Are you ready to party safely? Katie is! Brad is barely awake. But if you are ready for a safe party then turn on Buffalo Stance, do katie's new dance, and buckle up. Neneh Cherry is nothing if not an extremely versatile artist. And we learn a lot about her and her life. From her musical family, to her various musical projects over the years. Learn…
 
This week we try something a little different. We each wrote out what we thought we heard when listening to the song "Yellow Ledbetter." It's an excellent song with famously mush-mouthed lyrics. Hannah and Carmine, wearing boxers, on the rayside. onna gomman onna way. Who knows? Just sing whatever you want to close out a Pearl Jam concert. Its all …
 
Ronald James Padavona, AKA Ronnie James Dio, died a heavy metal legend in 2010. He left the world a great gift in the form of a little song called "Holy Diver," which feels like a parody of itself. AllMusic called Dio's work "unquestionably stellar songwriting." Teresa thinks this song is "fantastically written." Katie andBrad both think this is rh…
 
Nerdy suburban kids need music too. Thankfully we had Adam Schlesinger. The message of many Fountains of Wayne songs was that even if things are terrible now we can still be optimistic and thankful for what we have. Katie cries. Its the best spring break ever Thanks for all you gave us, Adam Schlesinger #ShineOnShineOnShineOn…
 
WE'RE BACK, BABY! And we are quarantined, and thus have time to occasionally record an episode for you guys. 2011 was huge for the band fun. Thats "fun period." This is a fun-period song, not a fun, period song. Also, Nate Ruess is history's greatest monster. Bergenfield, NJ's own Jack Antonoff and his band, fun., smashed two adequate songs togethe…
 
Katie had no idea what other song by the Monkees contained the word "Believer." First-time guest John Trumbull joins us in our new podcast studio/ murder basement. Spoiler alert: he doesn't get murdered. John has a lot of Monkee-love (hubba hubba) so it is fitting that we have him over for this song. He has the hat! He brought a DVD! Thats a real f…
 
Well, it's happened. Brad has finally fully embraced his role as the villain of the podcast. And plenty of people got to watch it happen. Gawker described this song as "flawless," but somehow we were able to find flaws. This song was a super-mega-hit that was certified Diamond (10 Mil. units sold.) Things get sloppy, we got a bit sloppy, you got a …
 
Remembering the name of this band is difficult. It isn't Walk Off The Earth... they are a much better band. Walk The Moon wrote a song that has already been written by several other bands from the 80's. Why do white people love this song so much? Do white people love this song? Did Brad invent a stereotype? This one is short and sweet. Get psyched …
 
Bees, Pubes, Elephant trumpets... all sorts of wiedness happening here. And yet, a lesser rapper couldn't pull it off. Thats why Missy Elliot is a gift. We hear about a new YouTube Channel "Sex Parts with Kate Nichols," so long as there isn't already a "Sex Parts with Fate Pickles," out there already. For whom is Missy shaving her cha-cha (Cho-cha?…
 
This is a very special episode of Decomposition. Katie and Brad had the chance to interview one of their favorite songwriters around; Chris Trapper, front man for the band The Push Stars. We discuss the songwriting process, rubbing elbows with other big name musicians, writing hit songs for movies, winning awards, and making hands tremble. Feel fre…
 
Patrick Bateman was correct, despite how you feel about his murderous rampage, about Huey Lewis and the News. This is one of Brad's favorite bands. Katie is on board, for the most part, but still finds them to be cheesy. Darin is way, way, WAAAAAAY on board. When they team up against Katie then she is the one who gets schooled! This song, penned by…
 
Are you interested in ways to torture your loved ones? Well, Brad has a technique that you have to try. Rachel Platten wrote this song to convince herself that she still had a place in the music industry, and it quickly became an anthem for overcoming obstacles. Brad uses this song as a punchline for overcoming the tiniest inconveniences. we hope t…
 
Led Zeppelin; rock gods, right? They really were greater than the sum of their parts. Even with the addition of Robert Plant. This is a story-song. Is it a story? Who is the main character? Who is his girl? Is she a bluebird? Has it been ten years to the day, or was this years ago in days of old? Erik is both a Zep-head as well as a LOTR nerd, so t…
 
It is frequently considered one of the worst songs of all time. And yet we, as a people, shot this song up onto the charts 5 times since its composition in 1968. The most popular of which was released by Donna Summer as a 17 minute-long suite. We should be ashamed. Cake melting? Rivers in the sky? Chinese checkers? Somehow it has won two Grammy's. …
 
This isn't your typical episode of Decomposition. This episode is more of a love letter to the band REM. Natty Bumpercar grew up in Macon, Georgia. He went to school at UGA in Athens. Thus, REM is a very important band to him. He has been able to rub elbows with the likes of Stipe, Buck, Mills and Berry on numerous occasions and Michael Stipe himse…
 
Dennis DeYoung is a crazy person. He created the concept album/ rock-opera "Kilroy Was Here," which was a half-baked idea that essentially caused Tommy Shaw to quit the band. It's easy to see why. This song and, likely the entire album, was garbage. He was like a non-talented Jim Steinman/ Billy Joel/ Jenna Maroney hybrid.. What on Earth does "Modr…
 
This super-group ROCKS SO SOFT! Its a group made up of not-so-terribly well known musicians; Blond Fred Armisen, Emilia Estevez, Darryl Hall, and Darryl Strawberry. How is it that Teresa and Katie don't like hair bands, but they do love this song? The Answer: Sing-along. We learn all about shredding on the guitar (Blooms, Bong, and twee.) We get in…
 
SPRING BREAK!!!! Katie and Brad are taking the week off but didn't want to leave you without and content. So they've decided to re-release an episode that they recorded with their friend, Gbenga, on the hit song "99 Problems," by Jay-Z. Gbenga is a Jay-Z superfan and Katie did not think that she cared for this song. Wait until she sees just how wro…
 
This is groundbreaking news: We uncover a murder plot and the murderer is none other than ONE OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!! Who is Lump? Why does she want brains (plural?) Is she a figment of Casper Babypants' imagination? Is she a zombie? If not then why are the piranha's confused, Katie? Did this song, along with Taylor Swif…
 
Jewel's album "Pieces of You," was an integral part of Katie and Emily's formative teenage years. Very moody, very melodramatic, and loaded with pancakes. Jewel obviously did something to ruin this relationship...and then turned into a straight-up crazy person who wrote a song. Possibly while brandishing an ak47 in Mexico with her songwriting partn…
 
For April Fools Day we have decided to partake in "Operation Switcheroo," as spearheaded by our friend Moxie over at the "Your Brain On Facts," podcast. We are adding an episode by the Build-a-Band podcast in order to introduce it to new listeners. Build-a-Band is a fun, music-based podcast who, in their own words "Build-A-Band is a comedy #podcast…
 
Vitamin C wrote some middle school poetry when she was 27. She didn't quite sing it, then it was released in '99, and became a hit in 2000. There are a TON of problems with this song. What is the timeline? Does she only care about two people in her class? Is Heather the dullest person on the planet? How on Earth did she have a second hit with "Smil…
 
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! David Bowie and Iggy Pop cordially invite you to the drug ball!! "Let's Dance," was rock-legend David Bowie's most commercially successful album. It also contained this garbage number. Co-written and originally recorded by Iggy Pop, it may be about a Vietnamese woman. But the racism really hit a new peak when David Bowie recorded …
 
This is a crazy, fun, ridiculous song... which is why we love it. Super-producer, Don Was, created something that makes no sense, and yet somehow makes perfect sense. What would you use to make a drink called "Monkey Skull." Does this song take place in the Mario Bro.s movie universe? How did they watch Miami Vice AND passing cars 40 million years …
 
This episode is all over the place. Country pop, Hich-hop, disco? Equine preservation societies. PETA members. It's very confusing. Katie gets a new nickname (Kathryn the Better-Than-Most.) Sexy cows, sexy accountants, Love pirates, Omarion. All over the place. Great song, though. Also, we find out whether or not Nashville has a Broadway it does Li…
 
Happy 2-year anniversary!!! Concluding our 3-part series, Steinmania, we tackle what might be the most insane Jim Steinman song yet. Well, it's certainly the most insane video. Bonnie Tyler teamed up with Jim Steinman to deliver a powerhouse ballad. Tyler's distinctive vocals and Steinman's theatrical songwriting soared to the top of the charts and…
 
Happy anniversary! This week we are re-releasing one of our most popular episodes. Brad's brother, Matt, first appeared on Decomposition to talk about Air Supply's 1983 hit "Making Love Out Of Nothing At All." Laughs abound, and you might even learn a little something along the way! Also in this episode: FORESHADOWING…
 
This song is pretty insufferable. Will.i.am recorded this song for his album #willpower and then decided to nix it, which we understand. Both Mick Jagger and J-Lo phone-in a performance... cool. There's a lot of talk about Will.i.am's penis (or someone else's, it isn't clear.) Statues, by the way, don't have to be hard. Feces isn't pronounced "fees…
 
Katie had a revelation, she loves INXS, she just didn't realize that all of these hit songs were by the same band. Jamie and Brad, however, have always been on board. "Never Tear Us Apart," was on the seminal album "Kick," and one of 7 hit singles from this monster release. We discuss the use of the word "collide," as well as the phrase "I wanna be…
 
Teddy Riley is a legend in the R&B world. Credited with birthing New Jack Swing, as well as co-writing and producing a jillion hit songs. Little did we know how ahead of its time "No Diggity," was when it came out. It was respectful of women and very sex-positive. Don't worry, Katie gives us a point-by-point analysis of why. Blackstreet? More like …
 
This is a record setting song. Let that sink in for a minute. Marcy Playground wrote a sleepy, nonsense song in an hour. That song shot up to #1 and stayed there for 15 weeks. Lazy songwriting, odd pronunciations, no bridge... and this was the best song on the album. Probably any subsequent albums as well. Good news, The Woz & Co. are still out the…
 
Holy Banana! This is a strange song. Somehow it's about people trying to keep their balance on a ferry. Written by Lionel Whatshispuss. It also features MOST of the Bangles singing and playing their instruments. The massive success of this song may have been the beginning of the end of the Bangles, but it sure lives on in our hearts. Also, if anyon…
 
As a Christmas gift this year we have decided to give you a little stocking-stuffer of an episode. When we heard the 2018 song "All I Really Want For Christmas," by Lil Jon feat. Kool-Aid Man (what?) we knew we had to record an emergency episode of Decomposition. We reached out to several friends and were able to get their opinions. Special thanks …
 
A giggle-fit from the get-go. The moon/ mood is right. Right? This song pays Sir Paul approximately $400k a year in royalties. A million (approx,) the sounds of many instruments being thrown down stairs, cat's jumping on a synthesizer, the odd "Ding-Dong," "AAAAHHHHH, Don't look down," and some of the laziest songwriting we have ever heard. And it …
 
The Pogues never had a hit in the U.S. However, this song has become an annual favorite on radio stations all over the country and has landed on the British charts 14 times. I guess if Elvis Costello dares you to write a Christmas song then you do it. We get into their possible homophobia, drug use, binge drinking, and the sad story behind this ver…
 
David Archuleta is still a celebrity. He has just released his second Christmas album and this is the lead single, though it feels like he is trying to get himself into an Old Navy campaign. the song is a pile of Christmas drivel. His cadence is strange. The song is nonsense and comes off as some sort of holiday-themed Groundhog Day. Katie hates on…
 
This is the longest song ever. It's only four and a half minutes long, and yet it goes on forever. We discuss deserts, Wind-surfing, mental teleportation, and terrible cabaret performances featuring death and 'Oh Holy Night." Does this song need a bass solo? Does it need a saxophone solo ON TOP of that? Katie is offended by this song both as an Ara…
 
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