This week we celebrate one full year of Mole Regrets and also think about the cola wars before embarking on the journey of reviewing 40-50 year old albums from Operation Ivy, Children of Bodom, Aerosmith and Shelter
We both eat that loaded nacho taco just in time for the return of CIGARETTE NEWS. We fill the holes of Ween, Swans, Cold as Life and Dillinger Four while admiring ice cream eating bears of many styles.
Border Boss & Friends concepts are now unified into a single biweekly product - We discuss the evolving world of criminal activity in Taco Bells then launch into All Holes Filled covering Sonic Youth, Have Heart, Flipper and Big Black. See you in 2 weeks MAYBE.
Second and FINAL guest episode - DrugDogs Dylan reviews Face to Face... Overseas Odai reviews Sticky Fingaz... Burning Spirit Drew reviews Madball... and Thunder Stick Aaron reviews Testament... Bonus nested Taco Bell Chat!!
A star studded BONANZA - All Holes Filled 11 is an All Guest Grand Buffet. Shelby from Illogical Contraption (RIP) puts Joy Division "Unknown Pleasures" in one hole while JB from Hardway puts Today is the Day "In The Eyes of God" in another... but that's not all... Sara from Illogical Contraption (RIP) and Como Se Hacen fills up with Sunny Day Real Estate "Diary" and Kevin from Junk Food Dinner devours Ink & Dagger "Drive This 7 Inch Wooden Stake Through My Philadelphia Heart"
Big Big Episode TEN of All Holes Filled. This week we only do records about birth. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die; Leeway - Born To Expire; THE BOSS Bruce Springsteen - Born in the USA; Cold World - Dedicated To the Babies Who Came Feet First
Mike and Scot rise to a listener challenge and become overnight experts on Japanese hardcore featuring G.I.S.M, Bastard and completely non-hardcore sidelines from Flipper's Guitar and totally not even Japanese band Sparks. What? Fine.
Exactly one slim day too late to help you out, we dig into the current state of taco and fast food merch websites including some tasty drama in the Del Taco hellworld. Happy Holidays from Border Boss & Friends!
Mike and Scot discuss every possible genre. No other genres are around. We cover country, industrial, punk, and something like metal. That's all of them! This Episode features The Replacements "Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash", Skinny Puppy "Too Dark Park", Johnny Cashn "American Recordings" and Body Count "Body Count". This is the only time we will ever discuss an artist's 81st album. Pretty sure.