Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie podcast review

Things get surreal when the Immortals weigh in on terrorists selling toy dogs, restaurant-based funerals, and long walks on country roads as part of their The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie analysis. Also, Echo and the Bunnymen return from…wherever Bunnymen come from, The Immortals learn that there’s not much Sarah wouldn’t eat including kangaroo and cat. Pedro eventually says “Wardance by Killing Joke” correctly on the first try, while Adam and Austin give lip service and more to Roald Dahl. Frankly, Austin totally blows it in the TV section, but it’s totally salvaged by whoever edited the episode (it was Adam).

Numbers Bullshit 0:00–2:30
Intro 2:30-4:38
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 4:39-25:52
Ocean Rain 25:53-33:28
Kangaroo 33:29-43:43
Wardance 43:44-51:08
James and the Giant Peach 51:09-1:00:41
Une Gars, Une Fille 1:00:42-1:02:58
Old Gods 1:02:59-1:08:58
Outro 1:08:59 – 1:13:46

 

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Artwork by Ray Martindale

Opening tune by Adam Lord

Edited by Adam Lord