Zombies! Dawn of the Night of the Day of the Living Walking Dead

This episode we talk about one of our favorite topics – ZOMBIES! The Living Dead wouldn’t be one of the most popular monsters in the world if not for a copyright error in 1968. Led to all kinds yummy stealing!

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Saucy Jack by the Shields Brothers

Here’s our Jack the Ripper classic … Saucy Jack – our YouTube take on horror!

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Creepy Love Songs

They sound romantic but they’re actually stalkery and weird…

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Saucy Jack by the Shields Brothers

Here’s our Jack the Ripper classic … Saucy Jack – our YouTube take on horror!

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Why We Don’t Talk About Country Music

Now … we hugged Blake Shelton when we were on The Voice. We like country music – Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr, Garth Brooks, The Mavericks – but modern pop country music is all the same, and to us, that is worse than stealing.

Today we look at the viral video made by Grady Smith. It’s a super cut of big country artists that use the same of everything. All the songs involve dudes talking about their trucks, driving down dirt roads, asking a girl to get in your truck, girls with tight blue jeans, the river bank and alcohol. If you get on a dirt road, it’s going to end at the river bank with moonlight. So much drunk driving going on.

We live on a dirt road. Watch us cover Alabama Shakes song, Hold On, driving down our dirt road with Rory on the drums in the back of a pickup truck. We have PUPPIES!!

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Hold On Cover – Alabama Shakes

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Lorde on South Park: Spin (Like Parents) Just Don’t Understand

This was so funny we had to talk about it. Last week South Park made fun of Lorde and the Lorde age truthers. And Spin totally missed the joke. Here we talk about South Park’s response to Spin incorporating them into the next episode of the show.  Yesterday, Lorde responded by singing the “I am Lorde” song during an interview in New Zealand.

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Shields Brothers Parody Lorde as Duck Dynasty

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Wanna Be Famous? Ghost Producing Can Work For YOU – Early Halloween Bonus

Wanna be famous? Got a rich dad or mom? Ghost Producing can work for YOU!! In this early Halloween bonus episode, we look at EDM, David Guetta, Skrillex, and the dirty secret of Ghost Producing.

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Lonely Boy Cover

As far from EDM that we can get … Lonely Boy cover by Shields Brothers …

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Sweet Home Alabama and Other Riffs You Never Knew Were Stolen

Amazing stolen riffs!! Sweet Home Alabama’s guitar rift stolen from Van Morrison and the band, Them. Green Day’s steal from The Kinks. So many steals we talk about — Jet, The Strokes, Tom Petty, Bo Diddley, George Thorogood and others. Also, why are there a million rock songs written in the key of E? And why does Bob Dylan steal from everywhere?

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ZZ TOP Riff on top of Selena Gomez’s Come and Get it

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Disney’s Frozen, A New Steal?

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Did Disney steal the story for the movie, Frozen? Is the most recent lawsuit against Disney just a frivolous lawsuit or a David & Goliath story?

In this bonus episode, we talk about the stigma and bias against the whistle-blower. Why are we so quick to indict the little guy?

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Disney’s Lion King Stolen?

You can watch us talk about our Who Stole What podcast about Disney’s steal of the Lion King. Or, you can listen here.

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Dirty, Nasty Lyrics Manipulating Your Mind – Lady Gaga, Fall Out Boy, Nirvana, Buddy Holly

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We don’t talk about stealing in this episode. Instead … we talk about dirty, nasty lyrics and what your ears are actually hearing. There are many songs that have misunderstood or misheard lyrics. Frequently, these songs intentionally mislead you. Producers and artists do this for many reasons one of which is they want their songs played on the radio but they still want to say dirty, nasty things. We also talk about crappy lyrics Rory hates and lyrics that just don’t matter.

Highlighted artists are songs by Genesis, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Buddy Holly, Sting and The Police, Fall Out Boy, Nirvana, and others.

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Our cover of Lady Gaga’s Applause

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