Phagz on 45: Episode Six

Phagz on 45

Here we go again — John C. Hughes and the world’s foremost Belinda Carlisle impersonator, a.k.a. his buddy Matty (or “Bearlinda,” if you prefer), knock back some booze and review some singles, homo style. This week your rainbeaux duo take a listen to songs by the B-52′s, R.E.M., Cheap Trick, Ace Frehley, and Nick Gilder while discussing high school rock bands, White Castle sliders, and Kate & Allie. Enjoy, and as always, MP3s of the songs are below so you can follow along at home.

The B-52′s — “Give Me Back My Man” (download)

R.E.M. — “Supernatural Superserious” (download)

Ace Frehley — “New York Groove” (download)

Cheap Trick — “Elo Kiddies” (download)

Nick Gilder — “Hot Child in the City” (download)




  • Matty
  • http://www.popdose.com DwDunphy

    “Nick Gilder's A Man.”

    “Yeah, for how long?”

    Classic.

  • http://www.dimpleandasmirk.com/ RandomCitizen

    More Matty ass! >:D

  • http://www.popdose.com Ted

    I love that you guys can talk about Judas Priest and Iron Maiden and, for the most part, ignore Ace Frehley — who probably had the best of the KISS solo albums.

  • http://www.dimpleandasmirk.com/ RandomCitizen

    More Matty ass! >:D

  • http://www.popdose.com Ted

    I love that you guys can talk about Judas Priest and Iron Maiden and, for the most part, ignore Ace Frehley — who probably had the best of the KISS solo albums.

  • http://www.popdose.com DwDunphy

    “Nick Gilder's A Man.”

    “Yeah, for how long?”

    Classic.

  • http://www.dimpleandasmirk.com/ RandomCitizen

    More Matty ass! >:D

  • http://www.popdose.com Ted

    I love that you guys can talk about Judas Priest and Iron Maiden and, for the most part, ignore Ace Frehley — who probably had the best of the KISS solo albums.