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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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05:11 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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Anyways <Speech_Male> they don't stick to <Speech_Male> one type of <Speech_Male> Movie <Speech_Male> but <SpeakerChange> i think <Speech_Male> it is similar because <Speech_Male> you had all these stars <Speech_Male> coming together. There were <Speech_Male> big stars <Speech_Male> some of them. <Speech_Male> Maybe not <Speech_Male> big in the united states <Speech_Male> at the time <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> big stars nonetheless. <Speech_Male> And i'd say that's <Speech_Male> a ten <Speech_Male> big ten <Speech_Male> for fast five <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> This is an eight <Speech_Male> ocean's twelve <Speech_Music_Male> eight. I think <Speech_Music_Male> it's still. I <Speech_Male> love it. <Speech_Male> It's really good. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> don't wanna leave carlton. i'm <Speech_Female> pleased because he's gonna text <Speech_Female> me. He's <Speech_Female> gonna make fun <Speech_Male> of me. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> It's good <Speech_Male> it <Speech_Male> isn't bad. I don't think <Speech_Male> there's much <Speech_Male> to pick apart about <Speech_Male> this movie. It's very <Speech_Male> fun. i'd even watch <Speech_Male> it again. I think if <Speech_Male> anything it's just <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> may maybe <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> I don't know there's <Speech_Male> really nothing bad to <Speech_Male> say about it. I just don't think <Speech_Male> it's hard <Speech_Female> to me <Speech_Male> the number one. <Speech_Female> yeah <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Well that leaves <Speech_Female> us with the most important <Speech_Female> person of <Speech_Female> today's <Speech_Female> date. <Speech_Female> Because i don't want to name <Speech_Female> today's date and then <Speech_Female> this podcast is not evergreen. <Speech_Female> Why would i <Speech_Female> ever do that. <Speech_Female> Carlton gillespie <Speech_Female> where. <Speech_Female> Whatever <Speech_Female> i just said. <Speech_Female> Let it go and tell me <Speech_Female> what <Speech_Female> is your deal <Speech_Male> with the <Speech_Male> scale. And how <Speech_Male> do you want to <SpeakerChange> deal with <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> likes <Speech_Female> well because nobody really <Speech_Female> likes the scale. Excuse <Speech_Female> people usually <Speech_Female> don't like the scale but <Speech_Female> we love the scale. And <Speech_Female> i let you <Speech_Female> do your scale the way <Speech_Male> you wanted <SpeakerChange> to your scale. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Well <Speech_Male> i'm definitely. I'm <Speech_Male> going to rate this. Because <Speech_Male> this is <Speech_Male> ocean's <Speech_Male> twelve <Speech_Male> i'm going to rate this <Speech_Male> on a scale <Speech_Male> of twelve <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> for obvious reasons. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I like <SpeakerChange> that. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Male> i <SpeakerChange> let you do <Speech_Male> whatever you want. I compose. <Speech_Male> I don't <Speech_Male> understand it all <Speech_Male> about the movies you <Speech_Male> guys compared to two. <Speech_Male> It makes zero sense <Speech_Male> to me <Speech_Male> if anything <Speech_Male> i would use <Speech_Male> to me personally <Speech_Male> like the director. <Speech_Male> The most direct <Speech_Male> comparison is <Speech_Male> which movie is similar. <Speech_Male> Tone <Speech_Male> has ocean has <Speech_Male> similar cast <Speech_Male> into <Speech_Male> the story. <Speech_Male> Ocean's eleven <Speech_Male> so i'm gonna <Speech_Male> use that so i'm <Speech_Male> gonna say oceans <Speech_Male> some of the <Speech_Male> ocean's eleven <Speech_Male> to me <Speech_Male> is a nine <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> it twelve. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> No <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> no we are. Are <Speech_Male> we already know where this <Speech_Male> is going to go. Because he teased <Speech_Male> it out. But continue. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> ocean's eleven <Speech_Male> true to me is <Speech_Male> nine just in the way <Speech_Male> ching like <Speech_Male> it chains <Speech_Male> genre. <Speech_Male> It played <Speech_Male> with played <Speech_Male> around with the reality. <Speech_Male> So i'm <Speech_Male> going to give ocean's <Speech_Male> twelve <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> thirteen <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> on <Speech_Male> a twelve point scale <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> all who <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> not to say <Speech_Male> that it's ocean's <Speech_Male> thirteen <Speech_Male> because ocean's thirteen <Speech_Male> is a two <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> on that twelve point <Speech_Male> scale <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> trial <Speech_Male> tried to <Speech_Male> you try and understand <Speech_Male> all that <Speech_Male> listener. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> go digest <Speech_Music_Female> that.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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02:50 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Sorry no it's your loss. Honest i know i. I'm i'm i'm the first one to tell you. I'm too basic to understand my story. Storytelling brain my storytelling brain to plane. And like i don't. What's i just need a mojo. I needed more. Jason bateman guys. That's it that's well it's also it's important. I think you brought up earlier. It's not your taste. So i think that's an important thing when you're reviewing any move i'm or anything is that it is. That's a movie where it's got this action slash. We gotta retrieve something. No one's really second time in the role watching game night games. Not game night in couldn't take my eyes off the screen from it oceans. Fourteen is set to come out next year. And jason bateman is playing. Catherine zeta jones in the mask and catherine zeta jones back with her broken foot from putting up christmas decorations for twenty twenty one and breaking so it's cousins degen's as captains. You heard it here first. Joe what about you. alright. I will compare it to my favorite heist film that my favorite favorite heist film is fast. Five off fifth. Best nephew movie. Is that the white thing. It which one is that. The one with venues yes. It is is one of them. Okay got it is the first one with the rock in it. Got it in rio where they do a heist So i think it's actually similar in some ways to the oceans franchise by the time five comes because you got the rock then as a big star a lot of the the the it's the first heist movie of the fast and furious franchise One is not a highest two is not a heist. Are they trying to steer for what. It's not about the trying to steal something they're thieves. There's a difference between hastings something and being thieves because they are basically stealing. Dvd's from that that it's really stealing. Joe is that you out of your torrenting out. You wouldn't download a house but number one is more like What's the kiawah reeves movie. It is basically Point break Number one is point..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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04:22 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"What kind of soccer team is fueling fifty year old men which is again they can always undercut this premise that these highs movies aren't even at all believable that you can even believe that these this is why they don't really happen right. It's like a dude. Like fucking harry potter movies exists. People believe it like it's all about the emotional truth. But but i'm saying like that's versus. This is quote unquote playing in reality. Right like the bellagio really does exist there. There there are casinos like everything. They're doing there's no magical element and instead it's kind of like we'll look if we're really going to sit here and act like these eleven guys. These eleven good looking guys who make jokes all the time and never endanger gonna rob something we might as well not play this two straight and for someone who makes a movie like traffic or contagion like to be able to flip on that tone that quickly that effectively like i think. That's what makes the movie so brilliant is juggling those. He really is demand so she would do the ratings. Let's do reading all start. Because i already said enough and who wants to listen to me searching for this. There's no there's no okay got it. Yeah so i So what would you carlton you know. Take a ten a ten point scale each of us individually and we read this movie in this case against another maybe movie that is in some way similar Personally to each of us in it could be like different movie. Everybody does their own thing. So i'll go. I actually was just looking up heist films because again. I'm not like a big heist person as you may have noticed with me yelling here a few minutes ago and i decided to go this little hard for me because inception is a heist film inception. Yeah it's not about okay. What i think it fits in heist movie all right. Well what do you..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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04:00 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"The which is what they did in number one which is the whole. The whole reason clooney goes through robbing benedict is too. So here's the thing. Okay so everyone loves ocean's eleven right but ultimately george clooney rob's terry benedict still hundred sixty million dollars. Yes to convince his ex his ex-wife to come back and and meet up to. That is one little camera that catches terry benedict giving up his money or excuse me giving up test to get his money back. Which number one. It is ridiculous for her. Just realize that in that moment that oh my god. I can't believe i can't believe the owner of three casinos care. This much about is money over me is just ridiculous and is a bad so people are like. Wow i can't believe in this one brad pitt. Whole ruse so he can get catherine zeta jones back. But that's exactly what happens in ocean's eleven and they even say you know when they're in the jail jail cell he like was it worth it and he says was pets and so they're basically saying like these are always about something else. It's whenever about female right exact. Well it is interesting because of course somebody trying to get rich. Some dushi guy trying to buy another yacht. It's such a like it's not something that we all can relate to but all he wants to win. A girl is a classic. Storytelling you know. goal goal for protagonist. So the thing with this movie those you don't even really know that for one until the end and then to for me. You don't really get the feeling that their relationship is strong. Because your first introduction to the character does brad pitt. Leaving them the like. I understand why he's leaving them. But the optics are bad right like she's about to this about the buzzer he's dna. Yeah yeah and i. I never get the i never see a scene where they like really love each other and i believe this kisses her in the morning. So that's something. It's very thin to me. I don't necessarily mind it. Because i think the movie. I don't give a shit about that part. I just wanna see all these characters be fun and they do but it is like pretty thin. Where am i wait. Did they even belong together. Like you've shown me nothing in all these characters last vaccine show that they're in love but it's because he's a thief just like her father. That's why it doesn't. He was running down the street from the cops. And she's like i like that. That's like it's been there that it's incredibly thin to where at the end there is no there is no catharsis for me of like oh good. They're they're together. And you don't give a shit. I also don't give a shit about her long-lost bother looking that she's hanging out with the father like with this fucking asshole. No but the thing is that's really sweet on the surface. The movie doesn't earn any of that. Because you don't necessarily care about the father you don't even meet the actor until ten minutes bill ten minutes it but that's the thing that just the movie tells you all these things but it doesn't really earn the weight of that low milquet so let me ask you this though. If the movie was the movie was reframed in the beginning which is this is about a woman whose father was the greatest deep of all time and it setup where she's going to try and track him down and she's going to try she's going to try and re- reunite reunite herself with her father and they're gonna get out all the excess baggage. You can't tell me that both of you would have tuned out immediately and been like yeah..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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05:33 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"If you don't know who's in the oceans reboost. I mean what are we doing. Come on right yeah. This one doesn't really have a lot of surprise. Like add on cast right compare I would miss except for the very end which we can get into that. I am as well but which you know. There is a those who may not have seen it. There's a cameo with the end. Spoiler alert with bruce willis By the way lots of spoilers for this movie so best thing you can do for yourself is go watch it on net flicks where it doesn't exist okay. So here's here's the thing for people that don't know. I said i wanna talk about this movie. I said it's on netflix. At the time that i said this movie was netflix. It was and then you guys watched it. It was prime. It's so with commercials. In between so sasha was ripping me for trying to watch this with commercials and i was like look if you get. If you guys just watch it was. I have a transcript of our texting back and forth. What railroad just Let's see. Do i have a transcript I those ready this sense. This is audio on. Okay wait okay so transcript right now so for some reason. You're saying wait a minute. You watched oceans on a computer. Because i sent you a like a screenshot of it. Yeah well you sent me screenshots. And she's got like all these tabs open on his thing and he even know she's actually watched it like i'm. I'm not even sure she actually at this point. Yeah it's questionable things so we're gonna find out. Carlton like a now analyzes. All my tavist what they called. What did they reveal my my current state of mind. Now he says wait a minute. You watch oceans in the computer i go. Yeah ocean's twelve on amazon with commercials. No good he says it's on flex exclamation mark l. o. l. I will reprimand you for this on saturday. Ns says and i says please do l. o. L. save it and here. We are on the saturday. Arrived and nowhere on the net flicks landscape can this movie. That is corrected is not currently on there but at the time that we don't it was wasn't it was on flicks but i did watch the movie. So that's the good news guys. You can relax. It is available pretty easily to watch. Everybody and i don't even remember seeing any ads. I don't pick out any. I got a bunch of like five five Yeah christmas christmas focused ads. Because it's almost chris let's just. Let's just talk about the ads that were in the water. Well let's talk about Yeah this movie tell us about like your history with it like cheese it as something you love and we'll go around and talk about our history with it as well so i I mean i think. I can't remember when this came out. I know you guys have like the research for what was it like two thousand four something four so i caught it. I did not see in theaters. I saw it like randomly in college on like eight. Hbo or something. And i'm pretty sure that time i had already seen ocean's eleven another. That's a movie also..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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04:46 min | 9 months ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"That was a helicopter dropping me in to tell you shut up i love it. I am joe. Cabrillo here with sasha filer. Welcome everybody to our podcast. Thank you for listening. This is a podcast where we invite a very special guest to talk about something. I'm degraded underappreciated. Maybe something that people forgotten bogged because it hasn't been around on their minds for like sixteen years. I don't know could be a movie. That's kind of well known. I don't know. I'm revealing the topic of today's podcast. What are you doing that. Could we have today in the room. We have a writer producer. I mean he's just such a great dude. I can talk about him all day. He's kind of a genius and many direct like renaissance kind of guy. I don't know he's he's like already not pleased with me. So he's going to yell at me at some point going to yell back at him. Welcome carlton gillespie. Hello.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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08:19 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Like even as well as some are tales. Watch my video. Are you just plugging as you do. I am like I know this podcast is make people fall asleep and they talk about i. I don't need that I'm fine. I do my hot yoga and I'm okay. Okay Sanjay we get all asleep. Yeah Campbell Brag we get the people look for all kinds of things fall. This is just another way that some people do but for some people. The videos really do prompt that response so we got to this because we were rubbing your face against the microphone. Oh Yeah Yeah. You asked me which one I prefer. I'm now how informed enough to make that decision when I saw very woke response. You know when I saw the a a two thousand eleven film notorious About Biggie try saw that I probably was like hi hi biggies biggies biggies the way But at this point in my life I'm comfortable acknowledging that I'm not familiar enough with either them to two bucks. Oh my God yeah no well I duNno Carlton. Do you have any land. Let's say in the meantime three two one Carlton to you have any anything anything. You haven't had a chance to say yet uh of if you like. As our people talk at the same time you're on the right podcast. What let me interrupt the question I just ask a to to say there is a genre of ASL video where okay for these people they call themselves asm artists yeah? She's funny but there is a genre of video where the performer will play two characters and so they and they got like a split screen down the middle of their video and they're on both sides. SNL Call Them. Call them now and so yeah there will be like a person talking to you twice as themselves as what is it like echo. It's two different character. It's like two different characters gutting different things at the same time but also sometimes there is like videos. That have layered. Sounds thing where they do like six boxes and they all sing. I do barely anything with my life outside of writing and doing stuff with my dogs put Stephen. No Soul March about the world. Awesome because I put these videos on when I'm falling asleep Yeah any last thoughts or first thoughts. Because I don't know how much you've actually set. They have not doubt any R D. Yeah I think there are under appreciated band And I think they've influenced glanced a lot of music and there's a lot of music out there right now. That is reflective of what they did both with other artists and their own music and those albums. uh-huh probably could have done a lot better given how much They were producing how well known for. Al Was and I think if people were to go to if people were to go discover it now. They would be surprised that that sound was happening in two thousand one two thousand four between that like when get lucky came came out with that punk. I was like this is this is literally just the same thing I heard you know. I can't I can't remember. We'll get lucky. came out but at least over ten years ago with what stuff becomes popular. What really blows up isn't always about the sound? It's just sometimes right place right time. I went back and kind of looked at some music videos and went on Youtube and it was funny just in the comments seeing how many people were like still listening to this in two thousand nineteen from songs. That happens a lot on stuff but it's just kind of interesting to see like how many people are kind of see like. Wow this is really ahead of its time kind of to go back to what Sasha was saying kind of abstract a little uh-huh and so it's not like they disappeared and no one knows about them. But I certainly think you know once for a really blew up. They disbanded and people really didn't and care about him anymore and you and they deserve a second. Look I think so or a second. Listen if you will I only look. Oh look at the news. We know from your history. Now I look at the sheet music and I can hear it in my mind. Press for Guy who barely this system us. Yeah because I'm looking at who was so willing to take a stand Vicki to I would. I'd love to to be informed enough to take a stand guys but I'm just so busy watching now. We know what Stephen Does. Every time he's not here basement Should we read. This baby is a man biggest mall is at ten and elsie sound system. I'M GONNA throw it in even though it's not hip hopper for all but it is it is like electronic no longer he or he right he goes plenty of funk me Han Dan as well. Then I'd say any are for me seven. It's a solid sound. Would love to Adam on my running playlist. I'm already excited for it because I need fresh crash running songs but this is where my excitement ants. I don't know I don't like this on the song she he wants to move. There's a dog barking at the very beginning. So you might enjoy that 'cause my dog though Carlton is mind. I think splash. Charlie likes her or she wants to move. I love my dogs a lot. What about you Stephen? I'm yeah my music diet is so this is like slam poetry right now. You just hit that my music Di di Di my by that. Who Am I to die and this is good phone rhesus? It's like no other guys to slam poetry. podcast Steven Cohen. Uh It's I listen to so few things that I'm not able to the guy just said he has an. As Amar. I mean music. I'm talking talking about talking about music. I listen to such little music that my reference point is not as expensive as it should be. I'm going to use as a reference point rather rather than something in the same genre something that I responded to it. That is more of like an eclectic kind of barrier break cats. Yeah and it's the trailer for cats. It's the first time I listened to roxy music the first album very yeah it struck me as kind of an that is like like kind of the at the dawn of Prog rock right. That struck me something new that I hadn't necessarily heard before that I thought was really interesting and inventive and I've listened to that album many times if that kind of like a groundbreaking approach to genre that we've you've seen before Wa- is if that's the reference point that I'm using proxy music that First Album Goshen ten then. I would put this any the stuff that we listen to at. I would also put a seven. Yeah I I enjoyed it causes. We just want just copied her answer like He. He went through all of that And literally the back all he was saying was just say seven years. Yeah seven is the weakest answer all day. Seven evidence that one of the LAMEST. It's week but it also speaks to the subject. I think seven is more No I caught it. Don't worry I thought that I made sure my either. I did look guys I think seven is the best answer and I'm frankly shocked that Sasha copied me after I said it I I also agree that Rockstar.

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06:30 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"They were showing up in trailers and commercials like Rockstar or laugh dance just no one really. I felt like knew about the band itself they just knew frill. And the Neptune's there was a point I think like in pop music when Middle Eastern like Asian themes became part. All of a sudden. They became hot. There is any connection to the war war in Iraq. Now you don't think as America took their interests abroad into Iraq that we you then filtered though sounds into our again which podcasts I on this history with Stephen and Sasha it's just history was stephen and it's Hurrell tribute in general terms I think the way number one how that group kind of formed. Which is interesting is that they were marching band mates which is kind of not the typical History of these groups that are so so influential in hip hop rock at may maybe rock. Obviously but I think just in the hip hop landscape. You don't find a lot of people that just come from you know a marching band. And so that's why I think like their sound obviously is very different but has really influenced a whole bunch of music and I think just a lot of people just looked at the popstars that we're seeing them going like. Oh that was a a Britney Spears Song but that song wouldn't exist without ferrall and Chad and you know their sound and and a lot of sound now. That's kind of all just intermingled and crossing over. I think a lot of it started with them in the mid late nineties. Now I'm back in my day dated a music producer and he had worked with Britney Spears at some point he worked with a bunch of different people. A lot of different people more Slough Rock rock people But it is like an interesting. How does it is like a film director for music right that job right because it's really like your your vision because yet like if you think whatever any Britney Spears head you like it's her thing but if you think about how many different ways it could silence silence that Song Right? Yeah that's gotta be a foundation lead. I four like what the sound going to be like. How are you going to grab people's ear and I think they have a really really great way of grabbing you very early on with whatever hook or instrument that they use that you just kind of don't expect they do have a sound? Obviously that carries over but I think every single song make is very distinct in a way yet. The guy was very stressed out a lot and did it affect the relationship. He was a fucking nightmare. It was like the worst person I've ever dated never worst. Yeah the war's officially but I'm GONNA one MHM Now we're going to rank them all she's getting a little glimpse into the sauce dating. I three Ah all right cool tell us why. Why do you love an era? Do so much I mean he do i. Yeah excite the First and foremost like the music. I really enjoy their sound. I really enjoy the lyrics I probably I mean when I was driving that eighty eight Honda civic in high school. That flyer album probably broke my CD player player score call. Aw thought all I think they have very very different indistinct sound and then when I got got into them a little bit more after that album than I started realizing how much these guys have influenced other groups I mean I knew about the Neptune's but I think I didn't really actually make the connection action that these were the same guys in any r e when I first heard the album And so I just took a a deeper dive into the music they made. And that's that's what got me to in search of that's what got me to follow them a little bit more. They had another album called seeing sounds and just like how much they've influenced. I think music in general certainly thrill like I said he's not an he's certainly not unknown and plenty of people I think. Give him his props. In how impactful. He's been in music but I think they're band did a lot more of that as well especially in music videos too I mean I know maybe we're just here to talk about music but I think their music videos were very distinct and stood out And weren't kind of general this is on MTV of the week maybe Rockstar but a lot of their other stuff was very different. And that's what I liked about them. What was the first song song? Do you know that you heard they like really kinda got you by surprise how much she liked it. It was that flyer die album and it was the song. I'm called breakout it. They had another song on their called. Jump which I really enjoyed them and then I think every single song on that album I listen to and.

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

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06:30 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"They were showing up in trailers and commercials like Rockstar or laugh dance just no one really. I felt like knew about the band itself they just knew frill. And the Neptune's there was a point I think like in pop music when Middle Eastern like Asian themes became part. All of a sudden. They became hot. There is any connection to the war war in Iraq. Now you don't think as America took their interests abroad into Iraq that we you then filtered though sounds into our again which podcasts I on this history with Stephen and Sasha it's just history was Stephen and it's Hurrell tribute in general terms I think the way number one how that group kind of formed. Which is interesting is that they were marching band mates which is kind of not the typical History of these groups that are so so influential in hip hop rock at may maybe rock. Obviously but I think just in the hip hop landscape. You don't find a lot of people that just come from you know a marching band. And so that's why I think like their sound obviously is very different but has really influenced a whole bunch of music and I think just a lot of people just looked at the popstars that we're seeing them going like. Oh that was a a Britney Spears Song but that song wouldn't exist without ferrall and Chad and you know their sound and and a lot of sound now. That's kind of all just intermingled and crossing over. I think a lot of it started with them in the mid late nineties. Now I'm back in my day dated a music producer and he had worked with Britney Spears at some point he worked with a bunch of different people. A lot of different people more Slough Rock rock people But it is like an interesting. How does it is like a film director for music right that job right because it's really like your your vision because yet like if you think whatever any Britney Spears head you like it's her thing but if you think about how many different ways it could silence silence that Song Right? Yeah that's gotTa be a foundation lead. I four like what the sound going to be like. How are you going to grab people's ear and I think they have a really really great way of grabbing you very early on with whatever hook or instrument that they use that you just kind of don't expect they do have a sound? Obviously that carries over but I think every single song make is very distinct in a way yet. The guy was very stressed out a lot and did it affect the relationship. He was a fucking nightmare. It was like the worst person I've ever dated never worst. Yeah the war's officially but I'm GONNA one MHM Now we're going to rank them all she's getting a little glimpse into the sauce dating. I three Ah all right cool tell us why. Why do you love an era? Do so much I mean he do versus Yikes yeah excite the First and foremost like the music. I really enjoy their sound. I really enjoy the lyrics I probably I mean when I was driving that eighty eight Honda civic in high school. That flyer album probably broke my CD player player score call. Aw thought all I think they have very very different indistinct sound and then when I got got into them a little bit more after that album than I started realizing how much these guys have influenced other groups I mean I knew about the Neptune's but I think I didn't really actually make the connection action that these were the same guys in any r e when I first heard the album And so I just took a a deeper dive into the music they made. And that's that's what got me to in search of that's what got me to follow them a little bit more. They had another album called seeing sounds and just like how much they've influenced. I think music in general certainly thrill like I said he's not an he's certainly not unknown and plenty of people I think. Give him his props. In how impactful. He's been in music but I think they're band did a lot more of that as well especially in music videos too I mean I know maybe we're just here to talk about music but I think their music videos were very distinct and stood out And weren't kind of general this is on MTV of the week maybe Rockstar but a lot of their other stuff was very different. And that's what I liked about them. What was the first Song Song? Do you know that you heard they like really Kinda got you by surprise how much she liked it. It was that flyer die album and it was the song. I'm called breakout it. They had another song on their called. Jump which I really enjoyed them and then I think every single song on that album I listen to and.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"They were showing up in trailers and commercials like Rockstar or laugh dance just no one really. I felt like knew about the band itself they just knew frill. And the Neptune's there was a point I think like in pop music when Middle Eastern like Asian themes became part. All of a sudden. They became hot. There is any connection to the war war in Iraq. Now you don't think as America took their interests abroad into Iraq that we you then filtered though sounds into our again which podcasts I on this history with Stephen and Sasha it's just history was Stephen and it's Hurrell tribute in general terms I think the way number one how that group kind of formed. Which is interesting is that they were marching band mates which is kind of not the typical History of these groups that are so so influential in hip hop rock at may maybe rock. Obviously but I think just in the hip hop landscape. You don't find a lot of people that just come from you know a marching band. And so that's why I think like their sound obviously is very different but has really influenced a whole bunch of music and I think just a lot of people just looked at the popstars that we're seeing them going like. Oh that was a a Britney Spears Song but that song wouldn't exist without ferrall and Chad and you know their sound and and a lot of sound now. That's kind of all just intermingled and crossing over. I think a lot of it started with them in the mid late nineties. Now I'm back in my day dated a music producer and he had worked with Britney Spears at some point he worked with a bunch of different people. A lot of different people more Slough Rock rock people But it is like an interesting. How does it is like a film director for music right that job right because it's really like your your vision because yet like if you think whatever any Britney Spears head you like it's her thing but if you think about how many different ways it could silence silence that Song Right? Yeah that's gotTa be a foundation lead. I four like what the sound going to be like. How are you going to grab people's ear and I think they have a really really great way of grabbing you very early on with whatever hook or instrument that they use that you just kind of don't expect they do have a sound? Obviously that carries over but I think every single song make is very distinct in a way yet. The guy was very stressed out a lot and did it affect the relationship. He was a fucking nightmare. It was like the worst person I've ever dated never worst. Yeah the war's officially but I'm GONNA one MHM Now we're going to rank them all she's getting a little glimpse into the sauce dating. I three Ah all right cool tell us why. Why do you love an era? Do so much I mean he do versus Yikes yeah excite the First and foremost like the music. I really enjoy their sound. I really enjoy the lyrics I probably I mean when I was driving that eighty eight Honda civic in high school. That flyer album probably broke my CD player player score call. Aw thought all I think they have very very different indistinct sound and then when I got got into them a little bit more after that album than I started realizing how much these guys have influenced other groups I mean I knew about the Neptune's but I think I didn't really actually make the connection action that these were the same guys in any r e when I first heard the album And so I just took a a deeper dive into the music they made. And that's that's what got me to in search of that's what got me to follow them a little bit more. They had another album called seeing sounds and just like how much they've influenced. I think music in general certainly thrill like I said he's not an he's certainly not unknown and plenty of people I think. Give him his props. In how impactful. He's been in music but I think they're band did a lot more of that as well especially in music videos too I mean I know maybe we're just here to talk about music but I think their music videos were very distinct and stood out And weren't kind of general this is on MTV of the week maybe Rockstar but a lot of their other stuff was very different. And that's what I liked about them. What was the first Song Song? Do you know that you heard they like really Kinda got you by surprise how much she liked it. It was that flyer die album and it was the song. I'm called breakout it. They had another song on their called. Jump which I really enjoyed them and then I think every single song on that album I listen to and.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"But the ban N E R D. Oh by the same calzone had on last night. I must've passed recoup it just like the close out on. Yes day we all grow gotTA gave us out. I went to see the talking. It now would anybody be upset if I say nerd right like because supposedly it's a background in isn't it. It's a backer now. Does that mean they made a letters and then added meaning to it afterwards. That's what I'm yes. Yes okay interesting. No one ever really dies. which is the title of their latest album? But that's what it stands for right and I will personally be upset if you call them. NERD Okay Cam. Any R D great. So who are they. Carlton tell us who this dude. Any R D is a I guess you would say hip pop pop funk rock band Started in the nineties with the Members for a Williams Chad Hugo and she haley and Obviously a lot of people know for Real A little closer personally. He's on a personal level. Yeah he's a very good looking guy. Man is not age I will give you that. He has his freaking baby phase and it just doesn't it gets cuter because like it just adds a a little more wisdom to it but the charm still there and dislike playfulness of adolescent. And he's just like really good looking. Do you know it's interesting. He has a baby face but he does not have the face of a baby. I feel like that's a distinction. There are some people who also have a baby face like when they're younger but then they start to get older and they just look like an old baby but ferrall still just just looks really good. Yeah it's like the man. He's not a great age he's just going to gray hair but like he's still gonNA look great. I think it's one of those. I think also the fashion style right like he's super fash fashion hat. Those those those hats and he's he's wife is like a model. That's super good-looking. Helen annoys her last name super hard to pronounce. But like she's blog hell. He wasn't twister that when they're on the carpet is too. You're like take my God like macy feel ugly because they're like so well dressed there this like good looking couple. She's just just enough taller than him. That it looks is coal towering over him. But it's like she just little taller and they just look slim and amazing. And I'm like dude. These people are perfect. But I don't know for L person shift you don't know him personally. I don't okay 'cause after all that I was. I mean I mean wilder. I thought were good friends. It's never too late I I'm I'm putting myself out there. I'd love to meet for all but he's great and it's cool to. He's been in a long term relationship and he has four kids with his wife so I just want to put it out there. I respect that you could have anybody. Who's our HASHTAG goals? I just I just love a man who could have anybody but then he has this one girl and he loves her like I just I just love that it makes me happy. Unlike Jude Law is is that what's going on. He's just been jude. Law's famous famously. CAD boy again. That's very confused on which casts I came to. I don't know I'm just keeping this is okay. I am excited about this. So that's why I got into the whole tangent of about for. Oh yeah so the new Carrollton can you tell me 'cause I know ferrall again. Not Not personally no US neither of you know for Oh personally only I wish I could. Have you seen how good looking he is and he's got this wife. Who are these other guys? So Chad is is Chattan ferrall met in high school. They started a producing group marching bands and they met in the camp right correct. Yeah McCann and so kind of any Ardi started basically from their producing group which was called the Neptune's where they produced a bunch of hits which people and still are still are but as you know as the producing group together Neptune's like they you know I'm a slave for are you and That was a big breakout like as a pre production duo correct Britney spears song two thousand one right. Yeah and they had a bunch of just a bunch of big hits they were already doing any are deal with some of those When some of those hits came out but were they really like blew up was as producing group to Neptune's and then she came on and they started any R. D.? And that's when when Flyer di came out that's when I started listening to them so I was kind of aware of the Neptune's because there over songs by the clips. They came out and everyone was kind of like. There's this new producing group. They're making all this amazing music. Their friends with Timbaland and make beats but then they kind of started started this group and I felt like no one really was talking about them except like people knew about their heads because.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else does. He's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Cool video of our faces and our guests faces on instagram and he's just like a cool do to have our out absolutely welcome Carlton. Gillespie thank you for having me. Thank you for being here thank you. Of course it's actually. Thank you Steven Steven. Thank you so much for just being here from the beginning no problem all right in other. We thank each other Thanksgiving as long long long gone like long months away. I'm personally of the opinion. That thanksgiving is not necessarily a holiday but state-owned eighty nine. Yeah interesting take you can take Thanksgiving with you. Pass the end of November carry. Thanks you got it throughout the year. Right the way that the native Americans were forced to carry the smallpox that we inflicted on them when we gave them those blankets. Like it's speaking of native married a mile podcast. You know what you are doing history we are I have. This is our pivot in the history of transition because I saw a video where native American outfits were featured very heavily and the video of the band that we are discussing today spoiler alert now alert for a minute from that when and we're GONNA see what we're talking about it at Carlton. Yes without meat clarifying what they're talking about. Why are you here today? What is a subject that we're discussing? Today I shout love it will. I'm here to discuss Based on you know what the other episodes I've seen in which he gets talk about. Obviously I'm here to defend fence star wars. I think it's very under appreciated You know much like Aaron Sorkin Carlton can say much like the other episodes asserts. I've seen because unlike everyone else because he's actually seen several alison in this room. Present when we recorded it however I I am not here Defense Star Wars with it. I think it's doing change. I don't believe it's under appreciated..

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Gains information on Saint. After interrogating the family gopher Mickey in a comical scene pulled straight from the punisher. Warzone comics involving a blow torch, a pork chop and popsicle using this info. He begins to destroy Howard saints, business deals, legal and otherwise, and affect the trust of his best friend, right hand, man, Quinton, and wife. Livia who initially ordered the hit on castle. Most people now connect the character of Frank castle to John Byrne fall and the marvel net flicks universe. Fantastic series. The punisher. On netflix. When compared to it serialized counterpart, the film looked sillier and more jovial. Thanks in part to some fantastic overacting by Travolta and textbook brooding from Jane yet. There's a lot to enjoy about this movie as a carnage continues the ramp themes of family and purpose flow throughout. And while castle continues to fight his nightmares. He drowns them in wild Turkey. He also has a purpose in exacting revenge the campus of the mid two, thousands actions films are joyfully nostalgic. Now, the punisher finally strikes balanced between humor and sincerity. The biggest issue much like Mandy is the length of takes to get to the revenge. But unlike Mandy, there's a lot of narrative digest in that first hour in the end, the punisher may not be as well done as it's Netflix series counterpart, but it's rewatch ability really holds up. Wow, the punisher in terms of revenge flex that that's always feel people should tweet us Sinophile ESPN your favorite, revenge flakes because what else do you think goes along? Let me listen to get a lot of action. Movies are always revenge movies. Yeah, actually, Harry's and such. I'm gonna go double jeopardy with Ashley Judd. I love that call too. Great for the everyman double jeopardy. Tommy Lee Jones, Bruce Greenwood. Fantastic. An year big, John Pinette fan loves comedy, les gray, John. Thanks for listening to the foul as always appreciate Mary van people's. Our man Carlton Gillespie hooking us up with him lines. Dan rea Passmore Dan stands Adnan Virk next time instead Sinophile file Tiber Boston Globe film critic as well as reviews of Robert Redford's last film, the old man and the gun and Bradley Cooper lady Gaga has new film stars born until then we'll see you at the movies. Joel miss out on the next episode of Sinophile subscribe to the end for movie podcast. My clicking the listen tab of the ESPN app.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"carlton gillespie" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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