Pop My Culture

November12th

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Paul and Storm interview on Pop My Culture podcast

Paul and Storm (Learning Town, w00tstock) dish with Cole and Vanessa on Lou Reed, the Snoopy Snowcone maker, Kool-Aid, Urkel O’s, Marathon Bars, Pop vs. Soda, Weird Al, Randy Newman, George Jar Jar Martin, The Magic Castle and the greatest movie in nerd history.

Leave your answers to the firsts question (the first movie score you can remember being really into) on our website for a chance to win a “Do You Like Star Wars?” CD signed by Paul and Storm!

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Paul and Storm with hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton

Paul and Storm signed CD

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  • Comment by corinne — November 12, 2013 @ 6:42 am

    Good new game Cole, like it!
    The first single song from a movie I was obsessed with was the Jurassic Park theme. My middle school band played it with the band of the other middle school we’d go to high school with, and it was perfect.
    For whole movie, 28 Days Later. Great, although a bit nightmare-y if you nap with it on.

  • Comment by Jen — November 12, 2013 @ 9:04 am

    When I was in 3rd grade it was the year of “Grease” – that’s the first time I even noticed that movies had music going on. I didn’t understand a lot of the lyrics though. “Lousy with virginity” took years to decipher.

  • Comment by Greg — November 12, 2013 @ 11:06 am

    Pop My Culture podcast…I seldom comment to you, I don’t have the wit for it. But if comments please you, Conan the Barbarian’s score has forever left an impression on me. And if you don’t listen to me, then to hell with you!!!!

  • Comment by Todd Mason — November 12, 2013 @ 5:49 pm

    First one I remember wanting to sing along with in the theater was SCROOGE, the 1970 musical, though the first one I remember being really taken with was FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE, when ABC played it in the mid 1970s…I taped it (with an audiocassette) from the television for an hour or so, and got most of the best of the musical queues…when the full score resolves to the chimes in the musical locket, I knew Morricone was a genius.

  • Comment by Joe Cuffe — November 13, 2013 @ 5:54 pm

    The first score I can remember really catching me was the score to the film Crossroads (the one with Ralph Macchio, not Britney Spears). It was all old blues guitar song from the 30’s and 40’s, with a suprise guitar battle between a blues guitar player and Steve Vai from the David Lee Roth band playing metal guitar. I recorded the songs off of the VHS tape on to a cassette and listened to it for YEARS! Gotta get a copy of it now!

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