Matt and Ryan listen to and discuss One Direction’s new album, Four.[audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/tft134/tft134.mp3]
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- Four (affiliate link)
- Four Lyrics, “Change Your Ticket” lyrics
- Wikipedia: “1D”, “Four (One Direction album)”, “Boy band”, “Lou Pearlman”
- OTI Primers: “1DThinkingit: An Introduction to One Direction” and “One Direction’s Musical Influences, by Way of their T-Shirts”
- Reviews: Rolling Stone, AV Club, Billboard, and The Guardian
- Details on One Direction’s Secret Financial Investment in 5 Seconds of Summer
- “You want it to be one way.”
Political One Direction song title: “All Girls are Theft”
I don’t necessarily have anything to say about One Direction, and anything I have had to say has already been used up in one of the One Direction articles written this week, and this message actually harkens back to Taylor Swift, a topic I apparently have more to say about than I ever expected. Did either of you dudes, or any of the discerning TFT listeners, listen to Aphex Swift, David Rees’ mashup of Taylor Swift and Aphex Twin? Did I mention this before? I don’t think I did. It’ll all still up on the internets if you want to check it out.
Police One Direction song title: “One Way or Another (Teenage Anarchists)”
I just realized I wrote “Police” instead of “Political.” My deepest apologies. To make amends, another POLITICAL One Direction song title:
“Little White Lies (Spill the Blood of the Proletariat)”
One more One Direction political song. Now, this would be a cover song, but given the nature of their musical content, and the general dynamics of their fan base, I feel like a cover of The International Noise Conspiracy’s “Capitalism Stole My Virginity” would be quite apt.
I don’t know if you are ever gonna do another of those “mailbag” episodes again, but if you do, i have a suggestion. It’s welsh band called Catfish And The Bottlemen. To me they sound like a nicer, less cynic Strokes, with just a touch of The Kooks to give it a little more popness.
Here’s one their songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyLTRjMSX6k
Definitely, and thanks for the suggestion.