The New Dad Rock

EP 18. Driving Music: Depeche Mode, Jay-Z and the Judgment Night Soundtrack

August 25, 2020 Steve Nelson & Keith Nottonson Season 2 Episode 4
The New Dad Rock
EP 18. Driving Music: Depeche Mode, Jay-Z and the Judgment Night Soundtrack
Chapters
0:00
Lassen National Park
1:43
A New CD Case
5:23
Depeche Mode
6:23
Smoking Cloves
7:04
Face the Truth
8:14
Mark Eitzel Yoga Class
8:50
The Heat
11:48
The Gray Album/Slack Album
15:07
Burn It! Rip It! Mash It Up!
17:24
Judgment Day
The New Dad Rock
EP 18. Driving Music: Depeche Mode, Jay-Z and the Judgment Night Soundtrack
Aug 25, 2020 Season 2 Episode 4
Steve Nelson & Keith Nottonson

Steve sings his way through Keith's slide show of his recent camping trip (and drive) to Lassen National Park. Along a meandering drive through the Sierras, they uncover more constituents of The New Dad Rock including Depeche Mode, Bauhaus, Death From Above 1979, Jay-Z, and American Music Club.

As Keith describes the scenic wonder, they reminisce on the halcyon days when every computer had a CD burner and a hard drive full of songs. And the inevitable rise of mash-up albums.

If you choose to embark on this journey, you will here some of the following music:
"18 and Life" by Skid Row
"Flies on the Windscreen" by Depeche Mode
"Double Dare" by Bauhaus
"The Hook" by Stephen Malkmus
"Romantic Rights" by Death From Above 1979
Jay-Z's Black Album and all the mash-ups based off of it (i.e., The Beatles' White Album and Pavement's Slanted and Enchanted
Number of da Boots
an Iron Maiden mash-up album by Celebrity Murder Party

Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Steve sings his way through Keith's slide show of his recent camping trip (and drive) to Lassen National Park. Along a meandering drive through the Sierras, they uncover more constituents of The New Dad Rock including Depeche Mode, Bauhaus, Death From Above 1979, Jay-Z, and American Music Club.

As Keith describes the scenic wonder, they reminisce on the halcyon days when every computer had a CD burner and a hard drive full of songs. And the inevitable rise of mash-up albums.

If you choose to embark on this journey, you will here some of the following music:
"18 and Life" by Skid Row
"Flies on the Windscreen" by Depeche Mode
"Double Dare" by Bauhaus
"The Hook" by Stephen Malkmus
"Romantic Rights" by Death From Above 1979
Jay-Z's Black Album and all the mash-ups based off of it (i.e., The Beatles' White Album and Pavement's Slanted and Enchanted
Number of da Boots
an Iron Maiden mash-up album by Celebrity Murder Party

Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)

Lassen National Park
A New CD Case
Depeche Mode
Smoking Cloves
Face the Truth
Mark Eitzel Yoga Class
The Heat
The Gray Album/Slack Album
Burn It! Rip It! Mash It Up!
Judgment Day