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Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
117
Type
Album Review
Post Date
4/9/2013

Shudder To Think

117 Pony Express Record by Shudder To Think

Pony Express Record

Label
Epic
Release year
1994
Producer
Ted Nicely
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Hidden inside these dissonant and jagged tunes are melodic hooks that would make Matthew Sweet swoon.

Author & Special Guests

For our latest listener suggestion, we finally get around to a beloved album that flew under our collective radar for too long - 1994's Pony Express Record by Shudder To Think. The twists and turns are plenty on STT's major label debut, but hidden inside these dissonant and jagged tunes are melodic hooks that would make Matthew Sweet swoon. And that's not the only oddball reference we'll make, as Alice Cooper, Jesus Christ Superstar and more get tossed into the reference potluck in an attempt to figure out Pony Express Record.

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Remember when you first discovered this album? We’re grateful to dig into these hidden gems and bring them the attention they deserve. Your support helps us uncover more albums deserve another moment in the spotlight.

Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Gang of $
  • 3:30 - History of the Band
  • 16:15 - No RM. 9, Kentucky
  • 19:01 - Kissi Penny
  • 22:02 - Earthquakes Come Home
  • 29:00 - X-French Tee Shirt
  • 33:06 - So Into You (Atlanta Rhythm Section)
  • 34:36 - So Into You (Shudder To Think)
  • Outro - Trackstar

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