Episode Archive

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

  • Episode 12: Zebrahead - Playmate of The Year

    20 October 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 24 mins
    2000, punk, zebrahead

    This week we chronologically review pop punk in GLORIOUS sonicvision, and discover that one way or the other, all pop punk leads to Sonic the Hedgehog.

  • Episode 11: Eve 6 - Horrorscope

    13 October 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 26 mins
    2000, charted singles, eve 6, grundge, punk
  • Episode 10: The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Pay Attention

    6 October 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 37 mins
    2000, punk, ska, the mighty mighty bosstones

    Today we finally listen to a ska record. Ska does in fact exist! We delve into The Mighty Mighty Bosstones surprisingly estensive history!

  • Episode 9: SR-71 - Now You See Inside

    21 September 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 35 mins
    2000, punk, sr-71

    Gotta Get Out of This Town's rogue gallery expands, as we review the debut album of band-rightfully-no-one-remembers Mitch Allen and the Mitch Allens. We weren't expecting to find a new worse album of the podcast so quickly... but here we are.

  • Episode 8: Goldfinger - Stomping Ground

    15 September 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 20 mins
    2000, goldfinger, punk, ska

    In this episode we keep failing in our endless quest for ska, but we succeed in finding a band with mad cover skills. You remember Tony Hawks Pro Skater? You Remember Superman? These are those dudes!

  • Episode 7: Bad Religion - The New America

    2 September 2020  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 14 mins
    2000, bad religion, punk

    The podcast gets introduced to legendary punk band Bad Religion through... their worst record, while Fletch keeps swearing that no, they're actually good.

  • 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?