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The Sound Board #10: That’s Really Super, Supergroups

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This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions and is co-hosted by Tuffley, Rob Levy and myself. Let us know what you think.

This episode’s central topic is supergroups: what happens when people known for being in one group (or outside a group altogether) decide to join forces.

Other topics include Prince vs. the internet, Al Jarreau, Kings of Leon vs. pigeons and nuns.


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  • According to Kevin Smith and Charlie Murphy’s stories, Prince has been totally out of his mind for decades!

  • What about Dirty Mac? That was John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Mitch Mitchell!!

    I really don’t get the praise for the new Arcade Fire album, they made two exceptional albums and now they make a really long average one all the critics are saying it’s the best thing ever. I just can’t understand it at all :(