You have heard all of the “Covid” pep talks. We’re all in this together, flatten the curve, yada, yada, yada. You have binge watched everything on Netflix, organized your closets, re-grouted the bathroom and now what?
How about an ice cold beer and a brand new episode of Riot Radio here at the CGCM Podcast?
This week Wallygator jumps into the driver’s seat delivering the rock!
The inspiration for this week’s show came from “shuffle play” on Wallygator’s Ipod. During a recent walk Motley Crue‘s Red Hot was providing the entertainment. It was then that fate intervened. The very next song to assault the eardrums was also Red Hot but this time from Shotgun Messiah. Two completely different songs sharing the same name.
This got Wallygator to thinking about some other songs that share the same moniker. Scrolling through the music found within the Ipod the music for this episode took mere moments to come up with. Turns out song titles have been reused, recycled, repurposed and reused again.
A dozen songs comprised completely of pairs and even triplets of same name songs and they all start with the letter “R”!
Listen to the Same Name Game…
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We want to hear what you think! Tell us your favourite tracks from this all of the Riot Radio Episodes. We will use your votes and comments to compile and end of year CGCM Podcast Riot Radio Chart. Remember the old CHUM 30 Charts? Help us create Buzzsaw’s Top 24! Why 24? It’s always beer related with the Canadian Geeks.
Furthermore, the CGCM Podcast is proudly sponsored by Black Oak Brewery, The Farm Rehearsal Studios/Farm Rocks Build-A-Band Program in Markham, Ontario. And by Cloven Hoof Rum in Brighton and Hove, UK. In co-operation with King Art Music Management/Promotion, in Helsingborg, Sweden.