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The greatest (non-Beatles) British invasion songs of 1965! Is there anything left to say about these towering monoliths of rock? And which is actually better? Is it The Rolling Stones's "Satisfaction" or The Who's "My Generation"? more
It's 2006 and two of the biggest pop songs of the year are from two couples dancing and maybe even doing more than that (but it's not likely). Which is the best flirty duet of 2006, Nelly Furtado ft. Timbaland's "Promiscuous" or Shakira ft. Wyclef Je... more
Is there anything we love more here at Song vs. Song than '90s alt-rock? Probably not! So now we must debate two of the biggest mid-'90s hits, from the so-called nicest guy in rock vs. the least sympathetic! But does that matter? Who will win, the Fo... more
It is always a highlight of my week, you two are great and hilarious team
The hosts have great chemistry and they squeeze a lot of fun discussions out of a pretty silly premise for a podcast
Todd and Lina make this show highly entertaining with their view on the songs, as well as the albums and artists related to them. While some of the tropes of the show become evident early on (I feel like you could make a whole drinking game on Lina’s phrases) they do not put a damper on the quality of the show. Guests can provide different and funny insight into the match ups. The only drawback to the format this show takes is that we NEED a fifth question! Four just leaves to many draws! I also... more
Lina brings the Gen X historical context and experience of songs. Todd brings the same for Millennials. It’s great for the burgeoning “born in the wrong generation” RYM zoomer to discover music.
I enjoy it but they look for too much meaning in these particular songs. These artists aren’t Plato or Shakespeare. Also it’s like they believe the hype too much, and even add to it. It’s amusing. And then there’s the politics. Just compare how they talk about Beyoncé to Taylor Swift when they are about the same or equal really as far as a musical product goes.
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Song Vs. Song launched 5 years ago and published 133 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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