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Jones and Mike

Gen-Xers Jones and Mike crack their microphones with very heavy hearts this show as they discuss the death of former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland.  Mike asks the question, are celebs more susceptible to drug induced deaths? And Jones details the grim life of depression and abuse that Scott Weiland lived through. Staying on the path of rock and celebrity, the Rock Robot reviews the latest album by heavy metal rockers, Ghost; and Jones and Mike discuss other celebrity drug deaths… Whitney Houston fans please look away. Finally in an attempt to close out the show on a lighter note, Jones asks the question, “Is Elf on the Shelf teaching your kids to accept surveillance by Big Brother?”

 

 

Show Highlights:

01:07 – Jones and Mike discuss the premature death of former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland.

12:21 – Jones and Mike discuss the horrible childhood and adult life of Scott Weiland and the possible role his depression played in his intense drug addiction.

24:00 – Rock Robot reviews the latest album by heavy metal band, Ghost. Jones and Mike discuss other celebrity drug deaths.

36:07 – Jones asks the question, “Is Elf on the Shelf teaching our kids to accept surveillance by Big Brother?”

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