Condition Mint
Episode 63: You’ve Made A Meal Of That

Episode 63: You’ve Made A Meal Of That

August 8, 2019

Condition Mint crack down on shitty cover versions that soil the memory of perfectly good originals. As the truth bombs rain down Fox and Jaso also manage to forget the meaning of their own acronyms, rate their favourite Robbies and increase the caseload on an already overworked Condition Mint legal system.

Songs discussed in this weeks episode include

Venus - Shocking blue (1969)

Smokin In The Boys Room - Brownsville Station
From: Yeah (1973)

Episode 62: Take That Back!

Episode 62: Take That Back!

July 25, 2019

No artist is above feeling the Condition Mint critical boot make firm contact with their discographic behind, even if they thought they may have penned the perfect tune. Yes in this episode Jaso and Fox discuss songs that are great but have one bit that ruins them! They also turn their eye to psychedelic list management, Coles shoppers music taste and how 70s London sex parties were the nemesis of decent guitar takes.

Music discussed on this week’s podcast includes

Time Of The Season - The Zombies
From: Odyssey and Oracle (1968)

Juniors Wailing - Status Quo
From: Ma Kelly’s Greasy Spoon (1970)

Episode 61: A Most Profound Gentleman of the Twateratti

Episode 61: A Most Profound Gentleman of the Twateratti

July 11, 2019

Fox and Jaso charge into the Condition Mint hall of mirrors to take a good hard look at themselves and analyse their personal musical snobbery. It’s a bumper episode jammed packed with insights into the minds of your humble hosts, as well as another visit to Condition Mint Sex Pest Court, yet another of Jaso’s award winning impressions of Rodney Dangerfield doing a Gene Simmons impression, and Fox’s bombshell revelation of how Nick Maxwell’s perfect pitch may have led to Collingwood losing the 2011 AFL premiership.

Music discussed on this week’s podcast includes

Paradise By The Dashboard Light - Meatloaf
From: Bat Out Of Hell (1977)

Cheap Wine - Cold Chisel
From: East (1980)

Episode 60: Take Me Home Country Roads

Episode 60: Take Me Home Country Roads

June 27, 2019

The Condition Mint team slowly wipe the sweat off their brow as they peer across the lonesome plains in a podcast dedicated to country music. Fox and Jaso do their best to cover everything this sprawling genre has to offer but fstill get bogged down in their Chris Judd is a robot thesis and referencing the most “friends of the podcast” in recorded history.

Songs discussed on this weeks show include

Nine Pound Hammer - Merle Travis
From: Folk Songs of the Hills (1947)

Let The Good Times Roll - Natural Child
From: Hard On Heaven (2012)

Episode 59: It’s Problematic, Why It’s Greased Lightning

Episode 59: It’s Problematic, Why It’s Greased Lightning

June 13, 2019

Condition Mint are back to re-try musical history through a woke lens in this judgemental new episode. Join Fox and Jaso as they come down hard on sonic sex pests of yore and dispense auxiliary justice on a glam frontmans' definition of intimacy and dungarees as a legitimate fashion choice.

Music in this episode comes from

Caroline - Hush
From: C’mon We’re Talking Over (1974)

Come On Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners
From: Too-Rye-Ay (1982)

Episode 58: Spousal Abuse

Episode 58: Spousal Abuse

May 23, 2019

“Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, but bears it out even to the edge of doom” wrote Shakespeare, no doubt shortly after his beloved Anne Hathaway cranked a live Yoko Ono double LP on the gramophone. This week the Condition Mint team discuss the sonic conflicts we experience as part of a loving relationship and how to navigate them with or without the aid of a magical eye removing pixie plugged into the Spotify matrix.

Songs discussed in the podcast include

Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division (1980)

Karma Police - Radiohead
From: OK Computer (1997)

Episode 57: It’s Only Rock and Roll

Episode 57: It’s Only Rock and Roll

May 9, 2019

Fox and Jaso Kick another hiatus right in the nut sack as the Condition Mint podcast returns for a new triumphant season. And what better way to get back in the grooooove than by celebrating one of the musical multiverse’s most celebrated acts, The Rolling Stones. You’ll find out all you ever wanted to know about Mick, Keith and the lads along with plenty of stuff you probably didn’t - including what band member favours the taste of rodent, what’s gone wrong with Bobby Keys long game and who was the most high profile victim of the Bill Wyman flipper.

Songs discussed in the podcast include

Start It Up- The Rolling Stones
From: Tattoo You (1981)

Happy - The Rolling Stones
From: Exile On Main Street (1972)

I'm Broke - Blowhard
From: Five Minute Ride Through Hell

 

Episode 56: What Happened To You?

Episode 56: What Happened To You?

February 7, 2019

Radical change can be a great thing if it involves the wealthy and guillotines but does it have a place in music? That's the question on the Condition Mint team's mind as they discuss artists that have swerved violently out of their lane.

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Songs discussed in the podcast include

The Jam - Standards
From: This Is The Modern World (1977)

Puss n Boots - The New York Dolls
From: Too Much Too Soon (1974)

Episode 55: Wham Glam Man

Episode 55: Wham Glam Man

January 24, 2019

Condition Mint continue the degradation of their sonic molars by digging into the saccharine heavy world of glam rock.

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Music discussed this week includes:

 

Songs discussed in the podcast include

Children of The Revolution by T-Rex (1972)

Rebels Rule by Iron Virgin (1974)

Episode 54: Hubba Bubba Nightmare

Episode 54: Hubba Bubba Nightmare

January 11, 2019

Condition Mint ignore their Dentist's advice and dive into the saccharine heavy world of bubblegum pop. Join Fox and Jaso as they apply the most academic rigour the genre has ever received yet also find time to discuss fictional ancient history and the time the Archies pulled us back from nuclear armageddon.

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Music discussed this week includes:

Songs discussed in the podcast include

Sugar Sugar by The Archies
From: Everything’s Archie (1969)

The Bump by Kenny (1974)