Episode: 564: Crazy Covers from '80s Classics Part 2


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564: Crazy Covers from '80s Classics Part 2

Are you ready for another round of "Crazy Covers from '80s Classics?" (That was rhetorical, boys...) This week's show features some truly painful music - and a few songs that are actually not half bad. We'll be playing covers of classics by U2, a-ha and ... well, we don't want to ruin the surprise. 

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