‎One-Hit Wonders of the World

Multiple times a year, join music obsessives Maxton Stenstrom (Infinitefreefall) and Trevor Ikrath ... more

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August 03, 2020 01:31:15
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Ep. 13: "Whip It" by Devo (#14, 1980) feat. suprchnk

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March 23, 2020 01:36:06
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Ep. 12: "Beverly Hills" by Weezer (#2, 2005)

Come watch the stars play on a new episode of OHWOW, featuring the story of eternal teen Rivers Cuomo and his unkillable band, Weezer. Also, Rick Rubin shows up, and we play the first incarnation of our new game show, _What's Weird Al Gonna Do Next?_ ...

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December 10, 2019 01:13:21
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Ep. 11: "How Bizarre" by OMC (#4, 1997)

How bizarre to see a new episode of OHWOW, about the New Zealand trailblazer OMC, no less! In this episode, we get back to our roots with the story of Pauly Fuemana and Alan Jansson's 1997 smash. Plus, we take LSD, get abducted by robots, and surmise our demises. If you're interested in the rest, please contact our lawyers about the rights. ...

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February 14, 2019 01:15:04
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Ep. 10: "Take on Me" / "The Sun Always Shines on TV" by a-ha (#1, 1985) / (#20, 1986) feat. Bears and You

A-HA! For our first two-hit wonder, Maxton ropes in one of his old bandmates, Nick Bottomley (aka Bears and You) from Christmas, Somewhere to nerd out over the perennial 80s juggernaut, a-ha's "Take on Me", and pay tribute to its forgotten sibling, "The Sun Always Shines on TV". Prepare to be taken. ...

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November 24, 2018 01:14:33
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Ep. 9: "Feel Good Inc." by Gorillaz (#14, 2005) feat. Hallelujah Monkeyz

It's all good news on the first ever crossover episode of One-Hit Wonders of the World. Dillon Flynn from Hallelujah Monkeyz stops into Maxton's hometown of Charleston, South Carolina with Trevor in tow to get us all drunk and take you deep into the cult of Gorillaz. Elevator going up. ...

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September 25, 2018 00:44:25
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Ep. 8: "Genius of Love" by Tom Tom Club (#31, 1982)

We're back and more emotionally intelligent than ever. On our eighth episode, we dive deep into the legacy of Talking Heads spin-off group Tom Tom Club, sponsored by IQ points and intra-band animosity. ...

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