Teenage Dirtbags

Teenage Dirtbags

Published by: Duckfeed.tv
89 Episodes | First Released: Dec 25 '14
What is Teenage Dirtbags? What ISN'T Teenage Dirtbags? A freeform conversation between friends? An in depth examination of music videos from the 90s? All this and more.
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True Bronx Fan
Oct 25 '19
Rating:   10
Strangely...

...I’m here because of the Tim Curry podcast. Anything can happen on Halloween. I haven’t laughed this hard in a long time. I love you guys for this podcast. Thank you. Has any one seen my tambourine??

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Dad1608
Apr 30 '19
Rating:   10
Listen to Everything to Guppy, a binding of Isaac Podcast feat. Kingdom Hearts Corner

Best friends Brayton and Gary discuss music videos! It’s entertaining. They’re funny! Where else can I find out which Pokémon is most likely to listen to Serial or get a running description of the music video to a song Riff enjoys that’s actually weirdly catchy? Definitely my favorite Duckfeed podcast.

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Ben Sapatka
Feb 27 '19
Rating:   10
I'm just a teenage dirtbag like you

I've had the song Teenage Dirtbag in my head for weeks now thanks to this show and I fear it may be stuck there forever. In fact, I think I've even started to like the song. Thanks for that.

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Supremepancake
Sep 1 '18
Rating:   6
What’s your secret?

How do you both sound like you’re being recorded through Skype?

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Lord Hobbs
Jul 6 '17
Rating:   10
Whoops

My bad, this is the show about music videos. Oh well, more stars for the boys!

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O.W. Hobbs
Jul 6 '17
Rating:   10
Whoops

My bad, this is the show about music videos. Oh well, more stars for the boys!

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Zaynation
Jun 18 '17
Rating:   10
Oldest podcast on the internet ages well

Teenage Dirtbags has been around for decades, and they're still going strong. This is the best non-pokemon Pokemon Podcast. They have me completely trained to salivate at the sound of a recurring segment.

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Brandon Douglas
Nov 12 '15
Rating:   10
Unnecessary Skorn

I came across this podkast expecting high praise for the hit Korn single "Freak on a Leash", but was disappointed by what I heard. It seems like the hosts did not fully understand the depths of the song, and were willing to write off Jonathan Davis and his crew all too quickly. It's possible they didn't hear the melodic harmonies in Reginald "Dark Shoe" Arvizu's grading, yet sexy basslines. Maybe the ghost like squelching of James "Golden Corral" Shaffer's axe did not sooth them into the sweet dark oblivion that was intended. These are things I could excuse, but to disrespect the art that is Mr. Davis' shadowy throat fart scatting is too far. Say what you will about other artists, but you were trying to make me second guess my absolute fandom, I’m not konvinced. Five stars for introducing me to that Billy Ocean video.

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EvilTKat
Nov 6 '15
Rating:   10
This is a podcast for people with ears

I’ve listened to this on Soundcloud from the beginning, but “Anything Can Happen on Halloween” AKA one of the best Halloween songs of all time finally got me subscribed.If you could split the patron saint of being “da bomb” into two people like some modern-day P.T. Barnum masterpiece, it would be you two beef boys. What’s the sound of three hands clapping? It’s me. It’s me clapping for you beef boys.

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LWiberg
Aug 3 '15
Rating:   10
Dirtboyz donut again

I meant do it again. This podcast really shines some light on some stuff that needs light shone on it. Kabutops!

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I'm A Taxi
May 6 '15
Rating:   10
Aural Gold

Slammaster Bray Bray and Jammaster G Buh have done it again, Dirt-boys and Bag-Girls. If you're a 90's kid, and who am I kidding, we're all 90's kids on the internet, then this podcast will be a podblast. Years of refining their long running radio show has brought together a divine selection of succinct segments with beautiful bumpers that are sure to make the whole family roll with laughter. Listen as you are reminded of songs that you remember liking at one point, shudder in horror as you realize that you were once a stupid kid with bad taste, and cry in shame at the incredibly awkward music videos of the 80s, 90s, and today(ish)! But be forewarned, Eve 6's Inside Out will be stuck in your head for probably the rest of your life.

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fakepalindromes
Apr 2 '15
Rating:   10
Trip down memory lane

It's nice to listen to a podcast that has a sense of humor about the early to mid 90s. It's definitely done in the style of comedy radio which YMMV but I think it's hilarious. Gen Xers who take this time period too seriously need not apply.

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Plumberduck
Mar 20 '15
Rating:   10
A podcast about podcasts and Eve 6 - AT LAST

There's a very specific kind of sensibility at work here, the kind that enjoys cutting a conversation off in the middle to launch into a new podcast segment inspired by a conversational aside, complete with theme song. It's a comedy podcast about comedy podcasts, and also terrible music that is sometimes secretly pretty good. Lively, silly, never boring.

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TheDragonsword
Feb 10 '15
Rating:   10
Great Concept

This podcast is one of a kind (because who else is going to give early 90's music videos their due time). The hosts are good friends and play well off of each other. 10/10, would 'cast again.

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