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Wack or not? A 2000s podcast!

Samuel Anspach, Mikael Mostert

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Full time friends and part time podcasters, Samuel Anspach and Mikael Mostert, delve into the good, the bad, and the weird of 2000’s culture, history, and politics. Looking at everything from the music of Soulja Boy to the formation of the TSA, they try to answer that age old question, were the 2000’s wack or not?
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An Insight to a life long poly addiction, sufferer of bipolar disorder, manic depression, and a PTSD suffer that just recently been diagnosed with the incurable Fibromyalgia (Similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and insomnia with ADD (NON hyperactive disorder) that has lived hard for most of his life but now has had a steady decline in such activities that got him in trouble before. Some of the stories told are of explicit nature and have heavy drug use themes.
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By the turn of the new millennium, neo-soul had well been introduced into music with artists like Lauryn Hill, Maxwell, Jill Scott and Brandy at the forefront. But the true king of neo-soul – in my humble opinion is none other than the musical mastermind himself – D’ANGELO. This being his sophomore album – he wanted to take more risks and make the …
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After the debut of Britney Spears in late 1998 – record labels across America were all scrambling to find their own Britney. After all, the solo female blonde pop star was a business model that hadn’t worked since Madonna debuted in 1983 – every other pop blonde that came out after her came and went. So when Britney stuck – the music industry struc…
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This week on the podcast - we dive into the fourth album by Canadian Country queen Shania Twain. With tracks like "Up!", "Forever and for Always" and "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" - this album was chockfull of hits, and was the follow-up to her diamond selling album "Come On Over". courtesies: ctv canada am, aol, mercury nashville, dateline nbc, cbc, ac…
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Nobody gave us an album as groovy and infectious as Maxwell in 2001’s “NOW”. After a relatively lackluster reception to his second album Embrya; the pressure was on for Maxwell to deliver a successful third album and he did just that. Between groovy R&B tracks to heartbreaking ballads, this album is the perfect soundtrack for your wine nights. Supp…
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By early 2003, bubble-gum pop was on its way out and pop-rock was taking the forefront in terms of the mainstream music market. People were getting bored of the formulaic blonde hair and boy bands dancing in formation and were yearning for something grittier. In comes Evanescence. With rock hard guitars, mystical strings and Amy Lee’s haunting voca…
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To celebrate the upcoming 15th anniversary of "Fearless", we are joined by the amazing Nora Princiotti (Every Album Ever Podcast, The Ringer). Together we chat about this amazing record and the iconic moments the era had to offer, in what has since become the record that broke Taylor Swift into the mainstream pop world. courtesies: gac, mtv, itunes…
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In the dawn of Y2K pop, while we got all the goodness of the Britneys and Christinas, we also started to see the rise of the pop girl who was a little edgier and a little funkier. The ones that didn’t necessarily fit in a box, but provided the bops nonetheless. Low and Behold the emergence of Canadian queen Miss Nelly Furtado with her debut album “…
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"Return Of Saturn”. The album that Gwen Stefani has gone on to say she can’t even listen to anymore because of how deep and dark the lyrical content was for her in this time. But it wasn't all serious, this album was also home to some hardcore bangers and coming from someone whose in the midst of their Saturn return… this episode is a long time com…
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"Drop Dead Gorgeous" applies to so many things in this episode - the name of the 1999 movie we watched, Samantha sniffling and squeaking through illness, and our podcast coming to an end (allegedly). Thank you for supporting us and listening to these episodes even though you never knew when they would be released - we appreciate you all! We don't k…
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Fresh off the success of her multi-platinum Grammy-winning 2001 release “All For You”, Janet Jackson had been consistently putting out hit records for well over 18-years, so when it was announced in early 2004 that Miss Jackson was to return with a new album (then, her sixth) as well as a spot headlining the SuperBowl halftime show, the streets wer…
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This month we're talking about 2001s "Not Another Teen Movie" and how much we HATED it... okay, we kind of liked it, but it's so dumb... but it was also sometimes clever? Now that you definitely know what you're getting into when you press play, we hope you enjoy this PENULTIMATE (we're not excited it's ending, we're just excited about the word) ep…
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When you hear the title “The Voice” there really is only one name that comes (or that should come to mind). Whitney Elizabeth Houston. By the late-‘00s, Whitney’s music career had all but fizzled as her personal life and struggles became more prevalent than her professional career. But in 2009, Whitney changed that and came back with her first albu…
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In late 2002, we were in the middle of a media circus caused by none other than Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, “Bennifer” if you will. But, it wasn’t just the fact that they were together that fueled this circus. Jennifer also released an album, an album that not only was chockfull of love songs dedicated to Ben, but an album that has since been c…
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We start off the new season celebrating one of the shining gems in Britney Spears' discography, "Blackout". I am joined by Troy McEady (Beyond The Blinds, Dunzo Podcast) and Jesse Chambliss (Jesse's Girls Podcast) to discuss every track on the album, as well as its impact on popular culture. courtesies: x17online, hollywood.tv, the ellen degeneres …
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We had a goal to get out one more episode in 2022, so we hope you enjoy our discussion on 1999s Jawbreaker. It's a wacky story with an even wackier timeline that we're not sure we even figured out. Have a great rest of the year, and remember to be safe when eating a jawbreaker!Editor's note: Cassie's audio drops around the 1 hour, 1 minute mark.…
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Happy October! While 1999's House on Haunted Hill may not contain our usual requirement of a gaggle of (actors pretending to be) teenagers, it was definitely scaring some of us in the 90s. Bryant finds another scary movie he hates while Cassie and Jason compete for title of biggest super fan, and Samantha claims she would star in a 15-minute versio…
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By 2009, Shakira had earned the reputation as the belly-dancing songstress whose hips didn’t lie. But the question was, how was she going to follow-up such an immensely successful period? After all, “Hips Don’t Lie” is one of the defining pop hits from the 2000s. Well, the answer was in the form of a she wolf. With a more experimental sound and sex…
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Tune in to a history-making episode where Bryant has his positive opinion of 2000s Whatever It Takes flipped and reversed in the span of about 90 minutes (we know, we talk a lot). It'll make you laugh, cry, and also wonder... "Surely I wasn't as bad as any of these characters when I was a teenager??" Audience, we can guarantee that you were definit…
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In the spring of 2001, in the wake of a ton of negative bad press surrounding on the top-selling y2k artists, Destiny’s Child, the ladies of the group were about to face a bit of a renaissance (see what I did there) with their album Survivor. The album which is one of the best-selling albums by a girl group ever, is integral in not just the story o…
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In late 2001, when people ask who the queen of pop is, the average answer was Madonna, maybe Janet. But, if you asked that question somewhere in the UK or Australia, Kylie Minogue’s named would definitely be thrown into that mix. But she was about to breakout in America in a big way.. with the release of the album “Fever”, Kylie brought worldwide h…
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An insight to the place that made me. Well the first half. Its.my actual life. This takes U through the roller coaster of a life I had when I was younger and how early I started living hard. It explores my trials and tribulations through motorcycling, being trained by the Institute Of Sport Australia in Canberra and coming 3rd in QLD in Classic Obs…
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“Back to Black” took the saying work of art to new heights. With extreme success usually comes some form of extreme tragedy and that juxtaposition is synonymous with Amy Winehouse’s story. So pour a glass of wine, get your vinyl players out and get ready to get Back to Black with Amy Winehouse. courtesy: Back to Black - Amy Winehouse, written by Ma…
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Brandy came out swinging on 2002’s Full Moon and has since become one of her signature... if not her signature album. This year we celebrate 20 years of this iconic album. Join me and a few of my special friends as we deep dive into this era, going through all the songs and more. IG LINKS TO MY BEAUTIFUL GUESTS: Casey - @4evercurliegurlie Unique - …
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“The Diary of Alicia Keys” arguably serves as the Alicia’s magnum opus, with career-defining tracks like “If I Ain’t Got You” and “You Don’t Know My Name”, to R&B classics like “Diary” and “When You Really Love Someone”. This record is an R&B masterpiece, so sit-back relax and open the pages of your diary as we dive into “The Diary of Alicia Keys”.…
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