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029: Friday Jams | The Lumineers – Stubborn Love

Be good this weekend.

 

026: Friday Jams: Manchester Orchestra – Pensacola

Happy Friday ya weirdos. Have a great weekend!

024: Friday Jams – Every Thug Needs A Lady

Have a good weekend, ya’ll. Be good.

 

020: Friday Jams – Christmas Edition

One of my favorite Christmas Songs from one of my favorite bands. Happy holidays to you and yours.

Happy Christmas (War Is Over) by Thrice

019: Christmas Cheer

It’s here, the long hard final push to the holidays. One more weekend of last minute holiday parties followed immediately by Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. For me this mean a gluttony of spending time with family and friends, wantonly eating everything that comes in front of you, and consuming booze in copious and varied quantities. So How Many Beards is here to give you a few tips on how successfully navigate the coming gauntlet that doesn’t end until you’re nursing black coffee, nibbling a toast and honey, and watching Mean Girls while moaning on the couch on January 1st.

portal-tree

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015: Friday Jams – Daft Punk

Happy Friday.

Little known fact, the first time I heard Daft Punk I was probably 12 or so and Cartoon Network played Insterstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem. Part of which is what became the music video for One More Time.

Anyways, here’s your dance party in a box.

 

 

014: The Womp.

Let’s face it. Ever since Inception came out, The Womp is everywhere in movies, especially in trailers. It’s kind of like back in 2010 when everything was blue and orange. In fact I brought evidence in case you doubted me.

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010: Required Listening For A Happy Birthday – Titus Andronicus

In honor of my birthday, listen to these two songs in order, and a slam a couple beers while you’re doing it.

008: Friday Jam – Natural Anthem

Sometimes I get a little sad when I think about the fact that there will never be another Postal Service Album. Other times I realize that after this album being wrapped in a decade of nostalgia nothing could ever come close to it.

Have a great weekend, kids.