U Talkin' Talking Heads 2 My Talking Head

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Adam Scott Aukerman start to discuss RHCP's "The Uplift Mofo Party Plan," when something unexpected happens.
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 made U2 superstars. Will Adam Scott Aukerman turn Harris around on U2? Tune in to find out! This episode is sponsored by: Squarespace : Build your own website. Use offer code BONO for a free trial and 10% off. Bonobos : Better fitting Men's clothes. Use offer code EDGE for a 20% discount.
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.”This episode is sponsored by Squarespace . Use offer code BONO for a free trial.
Adam Scott Aukerman are back! They discuss seeing U2 live at the Rose Bowl, break down the setlist and talk about the Joshua Tree Anniversary Tour. We get a long anticipated Harry Potter update from Adam and much more! Buy new U Talkin’ U2 To Me? t-shirts at podswag.com. This episode is sponsored by SeatGeek and Leesa.
In anticipation of U2's latest album release, Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) come together as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the music and impact of the band. In the inaugural episode they delve into the U2 eras from Boy to Under a Blood Red Sky. So put your headphones on and hear how Adam Scott Aukerman got into U2, a teenage Adam’s experience at the US Festival in 1983, and the premiere of their other podcast "I Love Films."
Scott and Scott discuss the Talking Heads’ best-selling sixth studio album “Little Creatures.” They also talk about states with a lot of zip codes, movies set in New York, and crashing jet skis.
Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads joins Scott and Scott to discuss Talking Heads’ 1984 live album and concert film Stop Making Sense. They’ll get into when Jerry first heard of Talking Heads, the simplicity of the band’s live shows, and how the band wanted their concert film to be an alternative to The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer) joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the fifth Talking Heads studio album “Speaking in Tongues.” They also talk about when David first heard of Talking Heads, recording a sketch album with The State at Compass Point Studios, and play David’s own remix of “Burning Down the House.”
On a special episode, Scott and Scott delve into the solo albums Talking Heads members made in 1981. They’ll talk about the albums “My Life in the Bush of Ghosts,” “The Red and the Black,” “The Catherine Wheel,” “Tom Tom Club,” as well as the 1982 live album “The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads.” Plus, the Scotts talk about The Dukes of Hazzard, Yoda, and aspect ratios in film.
Tawny Newsome (Star Trek: Lower Decks, Space Force) joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the fourth Talking Heads studio album “Remain in Light.” They also talk about Tawny’s time in a Talking Heads tribute band in Chicago, how she got involved in the Documentary Now episode spoofing the Talking Heads’ concert film Stop Making Sense, and taking a Remain In Light approach while recording her latest album.
Adam Scott Aukerman discuss the third Talking Heads studio album “Fear of Music.” They also talk about Scott celebrating one of his birthdays with Adam at Universal CityWalk, the found clip of Adam yelling in the middle of a Cowboy Junkies song on The Dennis Miller Show, and Matlock.
Scott and Scott discuss Talking Heads’ second studio album “More Songs About Buildings and Food.” They also talk about unexplainable events in their lives, MAD Magazine, and Adam’s failed Traveling Wilburys late night bit.
Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) return as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman–but this time to discuss the music and impact of the band The Red Hot Chili Peppers. In this first episode, Scott and Scott share when they first heard of the Chili Peps before getting into a track-by-track breakdown of the band’s first two studio albums, the self titled “The Red Hot Chili Peppers” and “Freaky Styley.”
Scott and Scott aka The Dubious Brothers discuss their vast Easter traditions, Michael Stipe’s recent performance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and check in with another episode of “I Love Films.” Later, musician Ben Lee stops by to answer the Scotts’ most important question: When did you first hear of R.E.M.?. He also shares memorable conversations with Michael Stipe and plays a cover of “Nightswimming.”
Scott and Scott return for a special quarantine edition of R U Talkin' R.E.M. RE: ME? They discuss their experiences in the lockdown, talk about Adam's cool biology teacher, debut an episode of “Another Good One,” and review the viral video of the Dean of Tisch dancing to “Losing My Religion.” The Scotts also listen to Bono’s new song “#SING4LIFE" during an episode of U Talkin’ U2 To Me? and pay tribute to the recent passing of R.E.M. drummer Bill Rieflin. 
Adam Scott Aukerman are back to talk all things Huey Lewis and the News with singer-songwriter Huey Lewis and number one Huey Lewis fan Jimmy Kimmel. They discuss Huey’s time with the band Clover, the “Sports” LP, being approached to do a song for Back to the Future, his new album “Weather”, and much more. Special thanks to Bryan Waterman for artwork.   Plus, the 3rd pressing of the Farts and Procreation vinyl "Creak, Slam, Sit: The Jack Sjunior & Brian Pieces Saga" is now available! A portion of the proceeds go to the Harris Wittels Fund. Buy one at http://newburycomics.com/comedybangbang
Adam Scott Aukerman are back to discuss the 25th Anniversary Edition of R.E.M.’s most frighteningly titled album “Monster” with R.E.M. members Mike Mills and Michael Stipe. Plus, the Scotts talk about Martin Scorsese’s thoughts on Marvel movies in another edition of I Love Films. This episode is brought to you by Intersect Festival (www.intersectfest.com code: REM).
Live from Clusterfest, R.E.M. founding member Peter Buck joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss all things R.E.M. Peter talks about the Baseball Project, where he keeps his awards, showing up to the Grammys in his pajamas twice, and offers the Scotts a special gift. Plus, a special appearance by comedian Todd Barry and Peter plays two songs with the greatest R.E.M. tribute band of all time, Dead Letter Office.For a video of Peter Buck performing with Dead Letter Office go to https://youtu.be/vHNSreFfVa0
In a special cross-over episode, Ezra Koenig and Jake Longstreth of Time Crisis join Adam Scott Aukerman to talk about Vampire Weekend’s latest record “Father of the Bride” and of course all things R.E.M. Plus, another episode of “I Love Films.”
Adam Scott Aukerman are joined by R.E.M. founding member Mike Mills to discuss all things R.E.M. Mike talks early influences, some of his favorite records, and most importantly favorite snacks on the road. 
Adam Scott Aukerman give listeners the gift of a new episode in which they discuss R.E.M.’s Christmas Fan Club Singles. Plus, Scott and Scott talk about treasured Christmas memories.
Adam Scott Aukerman are joined by R.E.M.’s in-house art director Chris Bilheimer, the quiet master of the music world behind some of the most iconic rock album covers to discuss all things R.E.M. Plus, holiday movies are discussed in another episode of “I Love Films.” This episode is brought to you by Leesa (www.leesa.com/REM).
Adam Scott Aukerman are back to discuss R.E.M.’s 2018 live album box set “R.E.M. at the BBC.” They also talk about Robin Hood, Twilight Zone, and we hear another episode of “U Talkin’ U2 To Me?”. This episode is brought to you by Leesa (www.leesa.com/REM code: REM).
On the final (for now) episode of R U Talkin’ R.E.M. RE: Me, Adam Scott Aukerman discusses the band’s “Best Of” compilation and the final three songs they released as a group. They also rank R.E.M.’s albums and songs, and -- in the moment we’ve all been waiting for -- go through Adam’s wedding CD playlist.
Adam Scott Aukerman are back again to discuss R.E.M.’s Fan Club Singles (minus the Christmas songs) from 1999-2011. They’ll open up the R.E.M. mail bag, hear about Adam’s new business, and check out a few previously omitted R.E.M collabs before diving into part two of their adventure through the Fan Club Singles.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Earwolf
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Feb 19th, 2014
Latest Episode
Oct 21st, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
72
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
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