Back in March, we sat down with Wheatus frontman Brendan B. Brown to chat about their iconic UK top 10 singles Teenage Dirtbag and A Little Respect, the surprising stories behind them and the eclectic musical influences that the band picked fro
We're back! 2002 is officially on, kicking with the Backstreet Boys... or is it O-Town? Elsewhere, Puretone are Addicted to Bass and 17-year-old Scott is addicted to girls who drive, and Lange - Drifting Away has Liam feeling ready to cry and g
After a little enforced break, the World Cup of 2001 Hit Pop Songs is back ON! 32 tracks have become 16 and this is where we find out who plays who. In this mini episode, Scott has a dream about a boyband member, Liam refuses to get dressed and
Some big tracks have already been axed, and now the big boys are on the playground to really make sure that more hearts are broken. Liam and Scott reflect on the Qualifying Round Results and preview the First Round which starts this afternoon (
It's here! 48 songs from 2001, picked as winner either by Liam, Scott or the listeners in our weekly Listeners Choice Twitter polls, are going to head to head in the World Cup of 2001 Songs. We need your help to crown a winner!
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The very final bunch of tracks from 2001 before we embark on 2002! All Star Tribute's What's Going On gives Scott a chance to wax lyrical about It's A Sin, Liam presents the first (and only) edition of Winslet or Wins**t and there's attempt to
Liam uncovers Sophie Ellis-Bextor's murderous secret, Scott pines for home thanks to Hermes House Band and everyone in the world surely recoils at the sight of Robbie Williams licking Nicole Kidman's belly. Plus, the final single(s) for Steps,
Scott's caught in the middle of a Minogue-off, Liam softens up on Hear'say and there's a Naughtiest Noughty World Record attempt as DJ Otzi returns for another round. Plus, Daniel Bedingfield's impressive bedroom debut, PPK warp brains with the
Both sides of the Jekyll and Hyde nature of Westlife are on display with their latest double A-side, Blue conjure major Married At First Australia groom vibes and there's podcast debuts for Cher and Bubba Sparxxx. Plus, screaming is on trial af
Having created minor ripples on the American market, Steps bring their exported version of One For Sorrow back to Blighty, plus Elton John enlists a Marvel star for his first track of the series, and Bell & Spurling cash in on the success of En
Alicia Keys steps onto the scene showing maturity beyond her years, Five bow out with a divisive double A-side, and Jennifer Lopez causes a stir with some sampling sabotage and choice language. Plus, the Dandy Warhols allow Liam and Scott to di
Britney's dramatic 'grown-up' revamp has Scott and Liam all hot and sweaty, Linkin Park gets the tears flowing and there's an attempt to answer the eternal question: what is Afroman's stance on the wacky baccy? Plus, Michael Jackson is back, Mi
In this bonus episode, Liam steers the conversation about Starsailor to 'landfill indie', Scott is sent spiralling by Chemical Brothers' It Began in Afrika and there's a fond farewell for Dane Bowers. Plus, tracks from Marti Pellow, Shaggy and
Scott gets trashed and thrashed at a festival thanks to Sum 41, Liam learns that Steps’ Chain Reaction isn’t about chemistry and everyone learns that City High hasn’t aged well. Plus, tracks from Popstars runners-up Liberty and Mary J Blige.
The week has finally arrived. The build-up has been long and intense, but Can't Get You Out of My Head is here and causing all kinds of problems for Liam and Scott, both in 2021 and back in 2001. Plus, revamps do the trick for N-Trance, DJ Otzi
The start of September 2001 sees Liam’s music critic skills find a new level of greatness* thanks to Uncle Kracker, Scott bemoans his lack of Ivor Novello awards and Blue aren’t exactly shy about their trouser tents. Plus, tracks from Bob the B
More tracks released in 2020 by some of the 00s artists we've covered so far! On this episode: Kylie Minogue, Melanie C, Baha Men, Blink-182, Faithless, Gorillaz, Moby and Vanessa Amorosi! If you enjoyed this and you'd like us to check out new
Here on The Naughtiest Noughty, we live in two separate timelines. There's the real world 2020 one which has been hellish and soul-crushing, and there's the 2000s one where we look back to our respective youths and remember the good times with
The Darkness give a new meaning to ringing bells, an S Club Junior is the victim of an unfortunate typo, and The Cheeky Girls touch Scott's bum. Plus, after effectively torching Craig David's career, Leigh Francis launches his assault on the ch
Scott takes a dump, Liam wastes a perfectly good iPod and Brandon Flowers from The Killers has a bright idea. This week's ridiculously stacked episode has hits from: Five, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Eve & Gwen Stefani, Jamiroquai, New Order, Nelly Fu
Scary contact lenses in a So Solid Crew video help Scott recall a moment of heroics, Liam's conscience stops him slating Train, and an NME writer is dragged through the mud for their facetious statements. Plus, hits for Jennifer Lopez, Missy El
Liam discovers that the jelly in Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious isn’t the kind he got in his lunchbox, Scott enters Robot Wars and a conversation about U2’s Elevation leads to hamsters being put where they shouldn’t.
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