Guess what, folks? It’s time for another Blerd Radio episode!

This episode finds Big Money Mike joined by Popblerd co-conspirators Mike Duquette and Zack Stiegler and special guest Michael Parr. Among the topics discussed:

-The quality of Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball album, the similarity of a certain track to a song by They Might Be Giants, and the curious lack of people of color at your average Boss show.

-The underwhelming singles  from Madonna’s upcoming MDMA album. Has the Queen of Pop lost it for good?

-M.I.A.’s lack of cultural reverence.

-The wealth of unreleased Michael Jackson songs that was allegedly stolen last year from Sony’s archives. Given what we’ve heard posthumously from MJ so far, can there possibly be anything of worth yet unheard?

-Do the Billboard charts matter in 2012?

-Which member of the group has an unhealthy relationship with the series “Gossip Girl?”

-Does Adele’s 21 have what it takes to snatch the record for most weeks at #1 on the album chart from Thriller?

-Hip-hop artists making rock-oriented side projects (such as Kid Cudi’s WZRD album and Lil Wayne’s…uh, rock experiments.)

-Zack’s Celine Dion-related school projects.

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