Click With Dick And Other Campaign Anthems

What do presidential candidates, professional wrestlers and improv comics have in common? Walk on theme music. As the primary season heats up we dig into the history, meaning and controversies of campaign anthems. Also, comedian and guest co-host Chris Duffy shares some of his favorite lyrics with hidden humor. And we time travel with Nate to 1931 to visit late night Harlem jazz clubs and talk about his research.

Songs Discussed
Baha Men – Who Let The Dogs Out?
String Quartet No. 19 in C Major K 465 IV
Ride Of The Valkyries – Wagner Conducted by George Szell
John Williams – The Imperial March
Howard Da Silva – Tippacanoe and Tyler Too
Oscar Brand – Rockabye Baby
Peter Janovsky – Get On The Raft With Taft
Woodie Gutherie – This Land is Your Land
The Police – Every Breath You Take
Tom Petty – Won’t Back Down
Bruce Springsteen – Born To Run
Metallica – Enter Sandman
Mozart String Quartet No15 D Minor K. 421 I. Allegro Moderato
Metallica – Master Of Puppets
Kelly Clarkson – Stronger
Zac Brown Band – Homegrown
REM – End of the world
Phantom of the Opera (Single Album Version)
Carly Simon – You’re So Vain
Beck – Devil’s Haircut
Brad Paisley – Working On A Tan
Quindon Tarver – Free To Wear Sunscreen
Neil Young – Rockin’ In The Free World
Edgar Winter Group – Frankenstein
Lil’ Jon – Get Low
Lil’ Jon – Snap Your Fingers
Rihanna – What’s My Name (ft. Drake)
Van Halen – Why Can’t This Be Love
Pitbull – Give Me Everything
David Guetta – Sexy Bitch (ft. Akon)
Don Redman – Song Of The Weeds
Don Redman – Shacking the African
Sir Mix Alot – Big Butts
Nikki Minaj – Anaconda
Flo Rida – Low
Project Pat – Twerk It
Don Redman – Nagasaki
Don Redman – Song Of The Weeds
Don Redman – The Man From Harlem
Don Redman – Gee, Ain’t I Good To You

Washington Post – The Music Each Candidate Chooses and Why
Official Donald Trump 2016 Presidential Playlist
Toddler Sings Star Wars Imperial March