Show #800

Tippi Toes – Primus
Sex Over The Phone (New Recorded Club Version) – The Village People
Phone Call – Tammy Wynette
Kissin' On The Phone – Paul Anka
Phone – Buzzcocks
Phone –  Lizzo
Tiger Phone Card – Dengue Fever
Obscene Phone Caller - Rockwell
How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore – Prince
Call Me – Go West
Call Me (Come on Home) – Al Green
Call Me – Blondie
Call Me – Skyy
Beechwood 4-5789 – The Marvelettes
Lonesome 7-7203 – Hawkshaw Hawkins
6060-842 – The B-52’s
5.7.0.5. – City Boy
634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.) – Wilson Pickett
777-9311 – The Time
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This was the 800th episode of The Five Count! During the show we played our favorite phone-related tunes, Ton shared stories of his various over-the-phone romances, Dustin shared stories of his over-the-phone rivalry with singer Rockwell, and we explained why we would never replace Ton as co-host of The Five Count unless it was with a gay cosmonaut. The show was broadcast live from a busy call center!

Show #799

Tippi Toes – Primus
Purple Music – Prince
Big One Prelude – Alan Tew
The Big One – Alan Tew
Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do – Anita Ward
Don’t Drop My Love – Anita Ward
With A Little Help My Friends – Joe Cocker
No More Rhyme – Debbie Gibson
Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer – Dolly Parton
Camp Cucamonga – Jaleel White
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with two entertainment veterans. First we were joined by singer Anita Ward. Anita is best known for hits like Ring My Bell and Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do. She was also nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 1980 Grammy Awards. During the show she discussed the success of Ring My Bell, the possibility of recording new music, and her upcoming appearance on The Ultimate Disco Cruise. It sets sail in 2020!

Next we were joined by actress Danica McKellar. Danica is best known for her role as “Winnie Cooper” on the TV show The Wonder Years. She’s also appeared on TV shows like How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, The West Wing, and has published several books about math. During the show she discussed how she started writing math books, her memories of making the film Camp Cucamonga, and working with Dolly Parton on her new film Christmas At Dollywood. Check it out on The Hallmark Channel!

During the rest of the show we discussed the new Prince box set, the changes to the cheese chilitos at Zanz over the years, which holidays Ernest P. Worrell needs to save, and Ton’s numerous appearances on The People’s Court. He once got into a fight with Rusty the Bailiff!

Show #798

Tippi Toes – Primus
Machine Gun – The Commodores
Sail On – The Commodores
Flying High – The Commodores
Zoo (The Human Zoo) – The Commodores
Oh No – The Commodores
Three Times A Lady – The Commodores
Brick House – The Commodores
Old-Fashioned Love – The Commodores
Sweet Love – The Commodores
Too Hot Ta Trot – The Commodores
Just To Be Close To You – The Commodores
Nightshift – The Commodores
Lady (You Bring Me Up) – The Commodores
Wonderland – The Commodores
Animal Instinct – The Commodores
Still – The Commodores
Easy – The Commodores
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musician William King. William is best known as a founder and member of the group The Commodores. Known for hits like Easy, Brick House, and Nightshift, The Commodores have sold more than 75 million albums worldwide and are members of the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. During the show he discussed the longevity of the group, whether or not he thinks a reunion with Lionel Richie will ever happen, and The Commodores’ upcoming appearance on The Ultimate Disco Cruise! Book your cabins today!

During the rest of the show we discussed the benefits of being a huge Godsmack fan, explained why Die Hard is definitely a Christmas movie, and argued over which team is best for Tecmo Super Bowl. Ton asserted his dominance by aggressively doing the Icky Shuffle!

Show #797

Tippi Toes – Primus
Mister Ed Theme – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Straight From The Horse’s Mouth – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Birds Of A Feather – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
“How” Song – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
There’s A Million Kinds Of Animals – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
There’s A Hat For Every Occasion – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
The Historic Force, The Horse – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
It Takes Five Senses – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Sounds Like A Sound – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Why? – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
The Sea – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
The Weather Song – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Out In Outer Space – Mike Stewart & The Stable Hands
Eat Me Alive – Judas Priest
Pass The Biscuits Please – Andre Williams
Waffle King – “Weird Al” Yankovic
I Like Food – Descedents
Rice, Red Beans And Turnip Greens – Little Richard
At The Hot Dog Stand – The Castle-Tones & Jimmy Johnson’s Band
Sushi Bar – Shonen Knife
Pork Roll Egg And Cheese
Stop Overeating – Reveen
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

During this installment of The Five Count we discussed bathing with Robocop, heard from a woman from Russia who wants to be romantically-involved with Ton, reminisced about our favorite slot car tracks, learned valuable lessons from Mr. Ed, and hypnotized the listeners into curbing their appetites. Happy Thanksgiving!

Show #796

Tippi Toes – Primus
Ne Ne Boy – Sid Ozalid & Jimmy Jazz
Smash My Head – CocoRosie
Baby – Justin Bieber & Ludacris
Pentagram – Lion’s Share
Ceiling Fan – Haleek Maul
Hard Ticket To Hawaii – Jay Molina
Stonehenge – Spinal Tap
Wrestle – Rockin’ USA – “Big John” Burns
Wrestling Boot Traveling Band – Hulk Hogan And The Wrestling Boot Band
Boo On Me – Larry Zbyszko
Hegstrand’s A Killer – Mark Stary
Wrestle-Rock Rumble – AWA Wrestlers
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

During this episode of The Five Count we discussed the recently-launched Disney+, argued over who was the bigger AC/DC fan, Ton explained the dos and don’ts of cranberry sauce, and we spoke with Midwest All-Star Wrestling’s Stonehenge. See his return to Mankato on Nov. 23 at MAW’s “Ballroom Brawl” at the Kato Ballroom!

Show #795

Tippi Toes – Primus
Give The People What They Want – The O’Jays
Back Stabbers – The O’Jays
Love Train – The O’Jays
Use Ta Be My Girl – The O’Jays
Now That We Found Love – The O’Jays
Above The Law – The O’Jays
For The Love Of Money – The O’Jays
Put Your Hands Together – The O’Jays
BadBootz – Simply Red
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Simply Red
Something Got Me Started – Simply Red
Money’s Too Tight (To Mention) – Simply Red
Holding Back The Years – Simply Red
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with three singing sensations. First we were joined by Eddie Levert & Walter Williams. Eddie & Walter are best known as the founders and singers of The O’Jays. Known for hits like Love Train, Back Stabbers, and For the Love of Money, The O’Jays have been making music for more than 60 years and are members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During the show they discussed the future of The O’Jays, President Trump using their music on The Apprentice, and their new album The Last Word. Get your copy now!

Next we were joined by singer Mick Hucknall. Mick is best known as the singer for the band Simply Red. Known for hits like Holding Back the Years and If You Don’t Know Me by Now, Simply Red has been making music for more than 30 years. During the show he discussed how he maintains his singing voice after years on the road, the importance of UK bands making it big in the US, and Simply Red’s new album Blue Eyed Soul. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite pro wrestling promos, Ton bragged about how much Big Red he can chew, and we realized it was the 15-year anniversary of the True Punks Do Electro show. That’s a lot of electro!

Show #794

Tippi Toes – Primus
The Moment Of Truth – Survivor
Fish For Life – Mancrab
No Shelter – Broken Edge
Let Me At ‘Em – Southside Johnny
Cruel Summer – Bananarama
You’re The Best – Joe “Bean” Esposito
Summer In The City – The Pointer Sisters
Rhythm Man – St. Regis
(Bop Bop) On The Beach – The Flirts And Jan & Dean
Listen To Your Heart – Little River Band
(It Takes) Two To Tango – Paul Davis
Young Hearts – The Commuter
This Is The Time – Dennis DeYoung
Feel The Night – Baxter Robertson
Glory Of Love (Theme From The Karate Kid Part II) – Peter Cetera
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Martin Kove. Martin is best known for his role as “Sensei John Kreese” in The Karate Kid film series and the TV show Cobra Kai. He also appeared in films like The Last House on the Left, Death Race 2000, Rambo: First Blood Part II and TV shows like Cagney & Lacey, The Goldbergs, and Gunsmoke. During the show he discussed bringing back “John Kreese” for Cobra Kai, working with Quentin Tarantino on the film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and his upcoming appearance at GalaxyCon Minneapolis. Get your tickets now and meet Martin Kove!

During the rest of the show we played our favorite Karate Kid tunes, discussed which obscure ‘80s horror films should be remade, and Ton explained his recent addiction to the Call of Duty mobile app. It may be time for an intervention!

Show #793

Tippi Toes – Primus
Casper The Friendly Ghost – Little Richard
Mostly Ghostly – The Creatures
His Ghoul – Dick "Ghoulardy" Knight
The Spooky Song – Mr. Bean
The Rockin’ Ghost – The Modernaires
Igor’s Cellar – The Detergents
Freaks Come Out At Night – Whodini
The Fire Burns – Killswitch Engage
Let’s Light It Up – Kari Kimmel
Stand Back – Vince McMahon
Great Texan – Terry Funk
Cult Of Personality – Living Colour
Appetizers: Large Black Olives, Green Olives Stuffed With Pimentos, Almonds In Their Shells, Dry Sherry – Vincent Price
Pastilla – Vincent Price
Orange Cucumber Salad With Poppy Seed Dressing – Vincent Price
Anise Loaves – Vincent Price
Chicken Tajine – Vincent Price
Brown Rice – Vincent Price
Champagne Lemon Ice – Vincent Price
Cinnamon Walnut Triangles – Vincent Price
Mint Tea – Vincent Price
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with CM Punk. CM Punk is a former WWE Champion, WWE World Heavyweight Champion, ECW Champion, ROH World Champion, and WWE Intercontinental Champion. He also competed in the UFC and wrote for Marvel Comics. During the show he discussed why he’ll probably never return to the wrestling ring, his current career as an actor, and the release of his new film The Girl on the Third Floor. It’s clobberin’ time!

During the rest of the show we played our favorite Halloween jams, begged for money for the KMSU pledge drive, answered a letter from a woman who needed to quickly wire 6.5 million dollars to our bank account, and learned how to prepare the perfect Moroccan meal for a dinner party from our friend Vincent Price. Happy Halloween!

Show #792

Tippi Toes – Primus
Question – The Moody Blues
Your Wildest Dreams – The Moody Blues
Ride My See-Saw – The Moody Blues
The Voice – The Moody Blues
I'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band) – The Moody Blues
Street Café – John Lodge
The Night: Nights In White Satin – The Moody Blues
Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) – The Moody Blues
The Story In Your Eyes – The Moody Blues
I Know You're Out There Somewhere – The Moody Blues
Yo!! Sweetness – M.C. Hammer
Find Yourself A Friend – Hammer
This Is What We Do – M.C. Hammer
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with John Lodge. John is best known as the bassist and vocalist for The Moody Blues. He’s also a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During the show he discussed why he still loves playing live, his thoughts on The Moody Blues finally going into the Rock Hall, and his new album BYond: The Very Best of John Lodge. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we discussed the differences between licensed and unlicensed Nintendo games, Ton explained his fear of the death of oldies radio, and we bragged about hanging out backstage with M.C. Hammer. Ton finally had an excuse to break out his Hammer pants!

Show #791

Tippi Toes – Primus
The Boys Are Back In Town – Thin Lizzy
It’s Only Money – Thin Lizzy
Bound For Glory – Black Star Riders
Waiting For An Alibi – Thin Lizzy
Killer On The Loose – Thin Lizzy
Another State Of Grace – Black Star Riders
Bad Reputation – Thin Lizzy
Hollywood (Down On Your Luck) – Thin Lizzy
Don’t Believe A Word – Thin Lizzy
For Those Who Love To Live – Thin Lizzy
Jailbreak – Thin Lizzy
Who Was In My Room Last Night? – Butthole Surfers
Rock And Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) – Prince_logo.svg
Dirty Laundry – Danny Brown
Delia’s Gone – Johnny Cash
I'm Tired, I'm Tired, I'm Tired (Things Better Change Before It's Too Late) – Marva Whitney
The Shiver: Meet Me At The Carrousel – UneXpect
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Scott Gorham. Scott is best known as the longtime guitarist for the band Thin Lizzy. He’s also the current guitarist for the band Black Star Riders. During the show he discussed the decision to make Black Star Riders’ sound different than Thin Lizzy, how he deals with turnover in bands, and the new Black Star Riders album Another State of Grace. Get your copy now!

During the rest of the show we discussed the most ambitious music videos of our youth, explained why President Trump should be allowed to play Jackyl at his rallies, and Ton told us how Thin Lizzy provided the soundtrack for his high school hijinx. Yes, he did have a pack of Camels rolled up in his shirt sleeve!