On episode 62 of You Watch, I Listen, Dan reviews Architects album "All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us" and Taylor review "Contagion". From there, the episode into utter nonsense. Dan gives his new take on Boss Bagel and why he now understands why the guy is the way he is, the guys rank their top five cereals, and then go into tangent after tangent in what may be the most incoherent episode to date. That's what happens when you record an episode three days after the previous and don't have much to talk about. Anyway, it makes for some great laughs.
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A podcast featuring two friends, where we talk movies, music, entertainment, sports, food, and more. Every episode Dan gives Taylor a movie that he has to watch, and Taylor gives Dan an album to listen to before the next episode. From there, they will break down their opinions on the movie and album they were given. They'll also discuss different stories from the entertainment world, ranging from movies, music video games, food, and any random news from around the world. Guests will include an assortment of Dan and Ralph's friends, other podcasts, celebrities, and athletes.
This podcast started over a few months of discussion between Dan and the other found of this podcast. Realizing the natural chemistry they had with banter, a podcast seemed the most logical route since everyone seems to have a podcast these days. You Watch, I Listen started with humble beginnings, morphing a garage into a studio, and building the show through trial and error(see episode 3). Dan, Taylor, and friends like the guys at Lobo Sound, hope to continue growing this show, and seeing just where it can go.
A special thanks has to go to the Landlord of the group who has allowed Dan and Taylor to grow and blossom, and her patience in particular with Dan's impulses and ideas, no matter how outlandish they may be. The Landlord is solely responsible for the creation of the Attack Moves Network Studio, where You Watch, I Listen is recorded.
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