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Outlandos d'Podcast: A show about Sting

Meg Donahue and Adam Ragusea

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Meg Donahue and Adam Ragusea

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An album-by-album rewatch of Sting's career with The Police and beyond. We mostly make fun of people and laugh at our own dumb jokes, but sometimes we say smart stuff. New episodes every Monday morning until we get through all of his albums (god help us with the more recent stuff). Talk to us about Sting on the internet with #JazzDadsShips. Also, check out our dumb show about Billy Joel, "We Didn't Start the Podcast."

Latest Episodes

10: Ten Chaucer's Fart Jokes

Like Cnut commanding the tides to recede, Sting brings his band to his new manor house and says "I command thee to make hits!" — only when Sting does it, it actually works. Therefore, Sting > Cnut. Songs discussed include "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You," "Fields of Gold," "Shape of My Heart."

67 MINMAY 28
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10: Ten Chaucer's Fart Jokes

9: The Oedipus Cages

The elder Mr. Sumner was kind enough to die, thus breaking Sting’s writer’s block (or did it?), and the daddy-issues tunes came flowing out like so many single tears across a stoic, chiseled face. It’s peak #jazzdadsships. Songs discussed include “All This Time, “The Soul Cages,” “Island of Souls.”

50 MINMAY 21
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9: The Oedipus Cages

8: ...Nothing Like the Police

As the length of Sting's hair peaks, so does his career as a solo artist, and the people of central America are forever grateful to him for mining their trauma like so much Aztec gold. Songs discussed include "The Lazarus Heart," "Fragile," They Dance Alone."

55 MINMAY 13
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8: ...Nothing Like the Police

Latest Episodes

10: Ten Chaucer's Fart Jokes

Like Cnut commanding the tides to recede, Sting brings his band to his new manor house and says "I command thee to make hits!" — only when Sting does it, it actually works. Therefore, Sting > Cnut. Songs discussed include "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You," "Fields of Gold," "Shape of My Heart."

67 MINMAY 28
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10: Ten Chaucer's Fart Jokes

9: The Oedipus Cages

The elder Mr. Sumner was kind enough to die, thus breaking Sting’s writer’s block (or did it?), and the daddy-issues tunes came flowing out like so many single tears across a stoic, chiseled face. It’s peak #jazzdadsships. Songs discussed include “All This Time, “The Soul Cages,” “Island of Souls.”

50 MINMAY 21
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9: The Oedipus Cages

8: ...Nothing Like the Police

As the length of Sting's hair peaks, so does his career as a solo artist, and the people of central America are forever grateful to him for mining their trauma like so much Aztec gold. Songs discussed include "The Lazarus Heart," "Fragile," They Dance Alone."

55 MINMAY 13
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8: ...Nothing Like the Police

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