The beat dropped on “I Knew You Were Trouble” and everything changed, Taylor Swift had gone pop. Nathan and Nora break down Taylor’s fourth album, Red, and her transition from country to pop. They discuss Max Martin’s influence on the album, the importance of songs like “All Too Well” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” and some of the things that were going on behind the scenes in Taylor’s life at this moment.
‘Red’ Marked Taylor Swift’s Transition From Country to Pop
Nora and Nathan break down Taylor’s fourth album, including the importance of songs like “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “All Too Well”
Plus, the Lions’ play-by-play voice Dan Miller on Matt Patricia and the Lions’ season
Plus, Nick Swisher on Every Kid Sports and his connection to card collecting
The Alien from France, Plus Million-Dollar Picks, Bad QBs, and the Sneaky-Scary Niners With Peter Schrager and Ben Solak
The guys also talk bad QB play, the Rams’ slump, and San Francisco’s impressive defense
Johnny Bananas and TJ discuss the background of the show and previously unseen footage from the past 24 years of production
Kevin Holland’s Shocking Super-Duper Return, Bo Nickal’s Budding Superstardom, and Uriah Hall vs. … Le’Veon Bell?
Plus, the guys discuss the significance of Aspen Ladd signing with PFL and this weekend’s Glory Kickboxing fight between legends Alistair Overeem and Badr Hari