This is the first episode in about 20 years to use what we might call “Famous Commercial Bands Signed to Major Labels” instead of new original work by relative unknowns and unknown relatives. It’s basically Rev. Stang’s favorite rock songs about religion, philosophy, and everything from his high school and early college years, ~1968 to 1975 or so… songs by well-known bands that nonetheless weren’t widely heard on rock hit radio, because, well, obvious reasons: the touchy subject matter. And, nightmarishly, these old timey ditties are possibly MORE relevant today than they were even then. A horrifying thought! Still, this particular episode, in ways that no previous episodes ever has, ROX, MAN!! IT FUKKIN ROX DUDE! The original title of this episode was “You Should Probably Frop for This One.” Don’t worry, kids, we probably won’t do it again. But we bet that Boomerian Subs on their veritable deathbeds may well be brought back to rampaging life by this collection.
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