Go-Go’s & the Bangles – Michael and Lawrence revisit the two great Female bands of the 80′s. We discuss Cocaine, Heroin, Sex, Debauchery, and a bunch of ladies that were great musicians!! We match up and compare these two girl groups and decide which one is better. Hang on there’s more!! We also have great new musician Homer Marrs discuss his favorite parts of 80′s music!
MTV’s WWF War to Settle the Score (1985) – Michael, Lawrence, Sweet Jimmy D. and the Old School Wrestling Podcast broadcast Live on tape from The Superdome. One week ago before we saw WrestleMania we recorded our recollections of the 1985 build up of the feud between Hulk Hogan and Roddy Piper on MTV. We discuss Cyndi Lauper and her father Lou Albano, sometimes things can be complicated. We also get random information from an older gentleman in the crowd.
80′s Entertainment Centers – Michael and Lawrence take you back to your basements and childhood rumpus rooms where you watched all that TV. We discuss Betamax, VHS, SANYO, Laserdisc, and more. This is our last show until we take our trek to The Great City of New Orleans, please enjoy.
Saved by the Bell – Michael and Lawrence go back to high school again. This time it is in Bayside California, Go Tigers! We are joined by super awesome guest host April Richardson the host of the SBTB Podcast Go Bayside and we have an awesome time. Please enjoy our review of the There’s No Hope With Dope episode as we discuss The Max, Screech having aspergers, and ins and out of teen drug use.
USFL – Michael and Lawrence discuss the history and ins and outs of the 1980′s most distinctive new Football league. The USFL was the brainchild of David Dixon, a New Orleans antiques dealer, who had been instrumental in bringing the New Orleans Saints to town. In 1965, he envisioned football as a possible spring and summer sport. The League was noteworthy for signing three consecutive Heisman Trophy winners: Herschel Walker and Doug Flutie, and Nebraska running back Mike Rozier.