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Adam Scott Aukerman continue talkin’ U2 as they dive right into U2’s ninth studio album Pop. They’ll discuss the 1995 single “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me” from the Batman Forever soundtrack which served as a bridge to Pop, the PopMart Tour which was announced from a New York K-Mart, and Scott goes through his alternate mix of Pop. Plus, they’ll discuss the new U2 album delay and talk about the Batman movies in another edition of “I Love Films.”
Filmmaker, documentarian, and director Lance Bangs joins Adam Scott Aukerman this week to discuss U2’s sixth studio album & rockumentary film Rattle and Hum. They’ll talk about Lance’s longtime relationship with U2 which started with him being a fan to getting to know the lovable lads more personally, share their favorite moments from the film, and break down their perfect Rattle and Hum tracklists. Plus, Adam tells us about being at the surprise U2 show during a Haiti Benefit and witnessing U2’s acceptance speech after winning a Golden Globe.
Harris Wittels aka radio’s bad boy of Analyze Phish joins Adam Scott Aukerman this week to delve into U2‘s critically acclaimed fifth studio album The Joshua Tree. They’ll talk about Scott’s experience going to see The Joshua Tree tour, how this was Adam’s first U2 record he was exposed to, and how this album ultimately made U2 superstars. Will Adam Scott Aukerman turn Harris around on U2? Tune in to find out!
Adam Scott Aukerman say hello to family, friends, and U2 fans as they dive into U2‘s fourth studio album The Unforgettable Fire. They’ll talk about where their little boy selves were at the time of its October 1st 1984 release, the significant event that occurred at 1985‘s Live Aid that made U2 superstars, and what their impressions of the album are today. Plus, they’ll share some of their favorite movie quotes in the return of their podcast “I Love Films.”