Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
127
Type
Interview
Post Date

Lotion

We learn how their band name cost them ten grand, and the history of Lotion.

To help us revisit the suggested review of Lotion's 1996 sophomore album Nobody's Cool, we invited the whole band to join us, and they took us up on the offer. Brothers Bill and Jim Ferguson, Rob Youngberg and Tony Zajkowski all stop by to talk about history of Lotion, how their band name cost them ten grand, and we learn what happens when six Skype users can't maintain a consistent wi-fi signal. We kept the technical difficulties in this one for your amusement.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - The New Timmy
  • 21:25 - Blind for Now
  • 28:08 - Dear Sir
  • 43:09 - The New Timmy
  • 56:08 - Sandra
  • Outro - Dalmacia

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