Episode Archive

30 episodes of Gotta Get Out Of This Town since the first episode, which aired on 23 July 2020.

  • Episode 6: The Suicide Machines - The Suicide Machines

    26 August 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 41 mins
    2000, punk, ska, the suicide machines

    This week we time travel to the year 2000 and take a look at the only pop punk record in the discography of Ska-core band The Suicide Machines. It's weird and not particularly good... but at least doing research for this episode got Elaine into the band's other stuff so... silver lining I guess?

  • Episode 5: The Get Up Kids - Something to Write Home About

    20 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 35 mins
    1999, didn't chart, emo, the get up kids

    In this episode we talk about the seminal emo-pop record Something to Write Home About by The Get Up Kids. We have a guest. We enjoy most of the music. We have a critical opinion of the record while recognizing how regardless of that it was massively influential. We have lots of fun.

  • Episode 4: Fenix TX - Fenix TX

    13 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 21 mins
    1999, fenix tx, punk

    Today we talk about a record, by a band. Thanks. We hate it.

  • Episode 3: Jimmy Eat World - Clarity

    6 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 24 mins
    1999, didn't chart, emo, jimmy eat world

    In this episode, for once, we really really like the record we talk about. Listen to us gush for about an hour about Jimmy Eat World's cult classic Clarity!

  • Episode 2: Lit - A Place In The Sun

    30 July 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 20 mins
    1999, charting singles, grundge, lit, punk

    In this episode we take a look at the downright bizarre 1999 grundge/pop punk crossover record A Day in The Sun by Lit. Is it a dud or a hidden gem? Yes.

  • Episode 1: Blink 182 - Enema of The State

    23 July 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 34 mins
    1999, blink 182, charting singles, punk

    In the first episode of Gotta Get Out of This Town we talk about Enema of The State, the influential third record by Blink 182 that projected pop punk into the mainstream consciousness.