The 2000s: Alkaline Trio — Good Mourning
A can of matches, a can of kerosene, a bad idea. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy revisit what they agree to be the best Alkaline Trio album, 2003’s Good Mourning. Even with the podcast still in its relative infancy, this almost felt overdue – Jake and Blake began their friendship arguing about the ranking of Alkaline Trio albums on Twitter. Find out more about how challenging Good Mourning was for the band to write and record, how Blake channels Matt Skiba with some voice issues of his own, and the more contentious rankings of Alkaline Trio albums outside of the top two on this week’s podcast.
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