If you’re anything like us, this year has been a hard one for living in the moment. That’s why we’ve spent a number of podcast episodes reliving moments of the past, both in our own lives and in the culture. Today, Marisa leads Jesse, Rob, and Sabrina down a guided trip of a representative cross-section of Billboard Magazine’s top songs of 1996. It was a simpler time, one when we were all in high school and Bob Dole was the worst thing that could happen to us. Some topics covered:
- Every band is someone’s favorite
- Getting into a band you don’t like before they make it big
- Sheryl Crow dishing dirt on the seedy underbelly of the music industry
- Rob and Jesse’s AP English class
- Mickey Rooney’s worst role is good argument for a 1984-style regime
- Friends (both the tv show and the concept of a close bond with others)
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- You can download the mp3 of this episode directly here.
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As a bonus, here is some content we discussed below (please note: none of these songs are on the list)
- The SportsAlcohol.com Podcast: Bill & Ted & Trilogies - September 13, 2020
- The SportsAlcohol.com Podcast: Billboard Charts 2000! - July 17, 2020
- The SportsAlcohol.com Podcast: Albums of 1999 – THE HOT ROCK by Sleater-Kinney - March 24, 2020