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.”
Adam Scott Aukerman are back this week to talk all about U2’s eight studio album Zooropa. They’ll discuss the worldwide Zoo TV Tour, Bono’s many alter egos, and U2’s experimental side project Original Soundtracks 1. Plus, they’ll give their impressions on the new U2 single “Invisible” and talk about the films of Judd Apatow in the triumphant return of the “I Love Films” podcast.
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After last week’s cliff hanger, it’s time for Adam Scott Aukerman to really dig into U2′s influential seventh studio album Achtung Baby. They’ll cover everything from their different reactions to the album when it was released to the Berlin sessions to Scott’s shocking opinion of this record to U2 almost splitting up during the songwriting process. Plus, Adam tells us what he thinks about the villains in Harry Potter and signs a very important contract.
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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.