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Two friends take turns picking an album to listen to for a week straight. Then they sit down to make fun of it, themselves and each other in their attempt to explain why they hate this album.

Two friends take turns picking an album to listen to for a week straight. Then they sit down to make fun of it, themselves and each other in their attempt to explain why they hate this album.
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Two friends take turns picking an album to listen to for a week straight. Then they sit down to make fun of it, themselves and each other in their attempt to explain why they hate this album.




#26 - The Fray - How to Save a Life

Grab your tissues we’re getting deep this week with the debut album from The Fray, How to Save a Life, released Sept 13, 2005. It’s sort of like emo music for adults that don’t really like emo music or having to be adults. In this episode we discuss platonic relationships, evil, Jesus, Joseph Cambell, sad suckers, Scrubs, Brad, Superman, the Berlin Wall, vehicular manslaughter, rabies, miracles, influenza, scarecrows and so much more. Hatepod.com | @AlbumHatePod | Inst: @hatePod |...


#25 - Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday

This week we look beyond the wigs, pounds of makeup, casual violence, claims of plagiarism, excessive profanity and soaring anthems of empowerment to discover the real Nicki Minaj. We’re talking about her debut album Pink Friday released November 22, 2010. In this week’s episode we discuss illiteracy, sick beats, nemeses, No Fear, dragons, Busta Rhymes, Lil Kim, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Degrassi, low self-esteem and so much more. Hatepod.com | @AlbumHatePod | Inst: @hatePod |...


#24 - Florida Georgia Line - Here's to the Good Times (DELUXE EDITION)

Lift those trucks, throw on your daisy dukes and get blackout drunk this week we head down south to talk about the debut album from Florida Georgia Line, Here’s to the Good Times (Deluxe Edition) released November 25, 2013. In this episode we discuss rage blackouts, bro pop, Jesus, Shoney’s, Prilosec OTC, Applebee’s, product placement, fireball whiskey, gypsies, the bible, Top Gun, Snopple Fun Facts™, Sir Mix A Lot and so much more. Hatepod.com | Twit: @AlbumHatePod | Inst: @hatePod |...


#23 - Lady Gaga - The Fame

Whip out those disco sticks and slap on a poker face, this week we’re getting weird with Lady Gaga as we discuss her debut album The Fame released August 19, 2008. In this episode we discuss loud neighbors, Boiling Point, method acting, disco sticks, underwear innovations, the babadook, BTK, Motley Crue, edible glitter, drama, sick beats, new Christgau review, check fraud, The Ring, Beats by Dre and so much more. Hatepod.com | Twit: @albumHatePod | Inst: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com


#22 - Die Antwoord - Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid

This week we hop in our matte black scooby, throw in our grills and get totally zef on the mean streets of Johannesburg. What the hell does that mean, we’re not sure either, but we learned it from S. African duo Die Antwoord and this week’s album Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid. In the episode we discuss Lilo & Stitch, tsunamis, Judge Dredd, mySpace Awards, eyebrow shaving, Hamilton, Tim raps, pajamas, Zef, MTV Cribs, Soviet Russia, aliases and so much more. Hatepod.com | @AlbumHatePod |...


#21 - Slipknot - Slipknot

After picking out masks, jumpsuit fittings and fighting over their lucky numbers there wasn’t much time for Slipknot to focus on that music part of being a band. Despite that on June 29, 1999 they released their self-titled debut album and against our better judgement we listened to it. In this episode we discuss Saturn cars, Phil Spector, knots, dead birds, chicken fries, Crystal Light, homelessness, Doug, poetry, cowboys, Marlon Brando, grave robbing, Satan, abducting Tim and so much...


#20 - Sugar Ray - 14:59

This week we focus on healing a nation. On Jan 12 1999 Sugar Ray released 14:59 and America bought millions of copies. Hair gel and blonde dye flew off the shelves as soul patches infected countless others. You no longer have to be ashamed, it was all our fault and no one’s, we forgive you. Just don’t do it again. In this episode we discuss rafts, the Packers, social climbers, the art of seduction, halos, condoms, running away, BTK, Jesus, crying, Grease, cults, Ozymandias, JR Oppenheimer...


#19 - Metallica - St Anger

Five years after their last major release Metallica returned to the studio a little older, a little wiser and lot more passive aggressive. Find out what years of resentment, a looming release date and a lot of questionable therapy spawned as we talk about St Anger released June 5, 2003. In this episode we discuss tongue twisters, therapy, haircuts, Goodnight Moon, #MeToo Movement, Frankenstein, poetry, anxiety, glazing, skeletons, Paxil, Suddenly Susan, Groot and so much...


#18 - Blake Shelton - If I'm Honest

As a singer, game show host and 2017’s Sexiest Man Alive Blake Shelton has proven himself to be a jack of all trades and a master of one; Solo cups (allegedly!). This week we’re talking about his album If I’m Honest released May 20, 2016. In this episode we discuss hand to hand combat, Crystal Light, Cyrano de Bergerac, Angry Birds, tiny hands, Gwen Stefani, marionettes, Wyatt Earp, foot phobias, vampires, margaritas, ghosts, infidelity, Nick Nolte, Satan, Tank’s mom and so much more.


#17 - Gwen Stefani - Love Angel Music Baby

Rumor has it she’s just a girl, but not just any girl and certainly no holla back girl. She’s Gwen Stefani and we’re talking about her Nov. 12, 2004 album Love Angel Music Baby. In this episode we discuss espionage, madness, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, tubas, track and field, shaved bears, Harajuku, Blake Shelton, the art of seduction, metaphors, cars, protestant reformation, Bush, adultery, civil rights leaders, Picasso, computer upgrades and so much more. Hatepod.com |...


#16 - Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory

As successful as they are divisive Linkin Park unleashed Hybrid Theory on the world October 24, 2000 proving that nu metal was here to stay. Half the internet mocks them, the other praises them as gods, but everyone bought their album. (Seriously the numbers will shock you.) In this episode we discuss popularity, domain registration, The One Soundtrack, breathe-boxing, is Moby dead, adult runaways, National Treasure, Kylo Ren, the art of seduction, US healthcare legislation, Bane,...


#15 - Rage Against the Machine - Rage Against the Machine

The year was 1992 and the world was a scary place when a band emerged to fight the power and bring an end to corruption with nothing more than militant poetry and out of place guitar solos. That band was Rage Against the Machine with their self titled album released Nov. 3, 1992. In this episode we discuss Saudi Arabia, civil unrest, artificial sweetener, diabetes, the Vietnam Conflict, homonyms, suits, time travel, Wayne Brady, Godzilla, JFK, Matthew Broderick, Quantum Leap, free speech,...


#14 - Ed Sheeran - Divide

He had the number one single of 2017, the internet often refers to him as precious and he wants you to know he ain’t no college boy. That’s right, we’re talking about singer, ginger and unashamed rapper Ed Sheeran and his album Divide, released March 3, 2017. This week we discuss nicknames, Fraggle Rock, dukeship, Shia Labeouf, Ron Howard, beauty secrets, cat people, Buzzfeed, statistics, crying alone, bragging, the art of seduction, head circumference, castles, God, product placement,...


#13 - Chris Gaines - The Life of Chris Gaines (Greatest Hits)

Who is Chris Gaines? That's what the world was asking on September 28, 1999 when Garth Brooks (allegedly?) put on a black wig, affixed a soul patch to his face, applied liberal mascara and released The Life of Chris Gaines. A greatest hits album for a man he made up. This week we discuss conspiracy theories, mascara, mind freaks, Korn, wigs, face merkins, canadian rap, Safety Dance, Caddyshack, Footloose, Troyal “Garth” Brooks, Hurricane Katrina, Tom Hanks, Twister, being woke and so much...


#12 - Garth Brooks - The Hits

This week we wanted to pick one of the greats of country music, a true master of his craft. Sadly that just isn’t what this show is about, so instead we listened to Garth Brooks The Hits, released Dec. 13, 1994. This week we discuss mandatory talent shows, major league baseball, haunted guitars, the importance of good cardio, brontosauruses, goatees, dragons, Satan, murder-suicides, the thunder, Sun Tzu, the art of seduction, cursed monkey paws and so much more. WEBSITE:...


#11 - Limp Bizkit - Significant Other

This week we do it all for the nookie (or any available cookies we're not picky) and discuss the Limp Bizkit album Significant Other released June 22, 1999. In this episode we discuss Florida, Korn, Steven Seagal, Crimea, the unabomber, the art of seduction, traveling beard shows, Arrested Development, Mondays, rock lobsters, club sauce, chumps, Garfield, goats, ignorant abstinence, home safety and so much more. NEW WEBSITE: hatepod.com Email: hatepodmail@gmail.com TWITTER: @AlbumHatePod


#10 - Eminem - Revival

May I have your attention please? Will the real Slim Shady please stand up and explain this album to us? This week we’re discussing the Eminem album Revival, released December 15, 2017. In this episode we discuss Ambien, middle age, Rick Rubin, regret, boxing, Moons Over My Hammy, vulnerability, Yoda, oral care, brain, Cheech Marin, race relations, low T, lint, chess, patriotism, is Moby dead, Natalie Imbruglia, nursery rhymes, dinosaurs, the dutch and so much more. NEW WEBSITE:...


#9 - Kid Rock - Devil Without a Cause

Do you ride at night because you find yourself sleeping all day? Have you recently noticed you can smell a pig from upwards of a mile away? You may in fact be a cowboy. Listen this week as we discuss the August 18, 1998 Kid Rock album Devil Without a Cause to find out. In this episode we discuss mutants, Cybill Shepherd, farm animals, morons, pony farms, Cher, Newton’s Third Law, apple orchards, Heineken, statistics, jacuzzi ownership, the art of seduction, Bon jovi, Walt Whitman, heroin,...


#8 - Blink-182 - Enema Of The State

This week we frost our tips, download some singles off Napster and step into the Matrix to discuss the third album by Blink-182, Enema Of The State, released June 1, 1999. In this episode we discuss hating your friends, aliens, delusions of grandeur, Neo, UFOs, New Found Glory, Low Interest Loans, The Men in Black, Chipotle, dysentery, Lena Dunham, the art of seduction, enemas, bulimia, monogy, ADD and so much more. Email the show with suggestions: HatePodMail@gmail.com Twitter:...


#7 - Jimmy Buffett - Songs You Know By Heart (Greatest Hits)

Join us as we dock our boat in the suspiciously warm and cigarette covered waters of Margaritaville, this week we listened to Jimmy Buffett’s 1985 greatest hits album Songs You Know By Heart. In this episode we discuss Vietnam, carrot juice, Columbia House Records, mexican women, hush puppies, boat bells, snuff queens, the art of seduction, boat shows, The Spanish Civil War, cats and so much more. Email the show with suggestions: hatepodmail@gmail.com Twitter: @AlbumHatePod