Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/yfbspod/subscribe Let’s review: there’s no good art and it’s a red flag for adults to have a favorite band. Naturally, most of you will disagree. That's fine. Just pretend it's a drinking game. An algorithm randomly assigns the band Mark & Tyler destroy in every episode. Start on one everybody knows is trash, like The Beatles. But soon you'll realize culture is a pyramid scheme and your favorite band is just the soundtrack to a fake vintage t-shirt. (Get Ad-Free Episodes Here: https://anchor.fm/yfbspod/subscribe)
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How shocked would you be if anyone in this band was able to explain to explain alternating or direct currents? That's right, folks. AC/DC is the soundtrack of being a complete dumbass. If chimpanzees could make rock music, it would be smarter than AC... more
A lot of people have asked us why Phish wasn't the very first episode of this podcast. Well, do you really need us to tell you that Phish is one of the worst bands on the planet? No, you don't. What you need is for us to tell you why Phish is one of ... more
If only you'd thought of the right words to say, you could have prevented us from doing this episode. Unfortunately, your favorite band is The Cure, which means you know exactly how much you deserve the punishment you're in store for today. What will... more
This show literally saved my marriage, no bones about it! After beginning this show while driving my wife’s car while mine was in the shop I started thinking about some of the things Tyler and Mark were saying. I also started to think about some of the music my wife listened to and so I reached into the backseat of her car and pulled the nylon cassette tape holder into my lap. I was horrified by what I had seen. more
Do Third Eye Blind. If you don’t, I’ll assume it’s because you like them.
Absolute garbage, only single positive factor about this podcast is it proves anyone with a severe lack of intelligence can make a podcast. Content is weak, like the hosts are in competition to see who can drop the most F bombs and sound like the more bitter jaded loser. Statements and incorrect history thrown out with zero credible research. Technically the audio mix is also horrible, like two children shouting on a sugar rush trying to swear as much as they can without getting caught. Disgrace... more
A fun and enjoyable podca
The Hendrix fanboys will lose it. I have one funny knock on him, the singing. It’s like when the lead singer calls out sick and the lead guitarist is like, screw it, I’ll sing. And everyone’s is like, eh, not terrible; I guess this works.
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Your Favorite Band Sucks launched 5 years ago and published 96 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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