173 – Home Sweet Home

Joel of The 4th Line Podcast joins us this week to share some home songs. Tracks include: Homecoming by Green Day, The House That Built Me by Miranda Lambert, Little Home by The Suicide Machines, The Island by Joe Brooks, Incarceration Casserol by Barrence Whitfield and The Savages, Find Me A Home by The Detroit Cobras, Time by Pink Floyd, Home by Wussy, Home by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Far From Home by The Gabe Dixon Band, Homeward Bound by Simon & Garfunkel, Home Sweet Home by Mötley Crüe, I’ll Find My Way Home by Jon Anderson & Vangelis, My Texas by Josh Abbott ft. Pat Green, Is Anybody Home by Our Lady Peace, Can’t Hardly Wait by The Replacements, Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High by Arctic Monkeys, Coming Home by Leon Bridges, Comin’ Home by City and Colour, Slurring the Rhythms by Against Me!, Jet Pack Blues by Fall Out Boy, Major Tom (Coming Home) by Peter Schilling, Nothing Quite Like Home by G. Love & Special Sauce, All Night by Damian Marley ft. Stephen Marley, Stranger by Trampled Turtles, Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell, and Home Is Where The Heart Is by Lady Antebellum.

Also on this episode: Canadian holidays, Rod steps into the Rant Shack™, American Idiot ruined Green Day, backyard cemeteries, living in BC, Fresh Cut with Audio Bonsai’s Moksha & Jesse, beards, we find out what Joel does for a living, Denise’s Ukulele Corner, movie watching habits, Portland, and more.

Next week’s topic is super. Submit any song with the word super in the lyrics/title or that mentions a superhero.

This episode features songs submitted by fellow podcasters Anthony of This Could Get Messy, Big Dev of Snake Oil Comics, Bret of Hot Butter Podcast, Carl of The 4th Line Podcast, Chad and Jenn M of Full of Fibre, Diamond Dave of Podcast Without Borders, Jason of From a Basement in Tulsa, Joe of Podblocked, K-Lo of Everyday Destruction Show, Matt of Reasons Are Several, Mr. Pold of The Enginerdy Show, Patrick of Almost Educational & Make Dad Read Comics, and Paul of Diamond Minds & Inglorious Gentlemen.

Below is this week’s Spotify playlist. As always, thanks for participating.