The first spin-off from the Movies You Should See podcast, Albums You Should Hear instead brought you great music from across several decades. Spearheaded by a small crew with guests, the show can be regarded as more of a serious critical analysis of records than its raucous celluloid big brother show. High brow? Getting there, for sure.

Research, a thing often comically eschewed by other shows on the network, was integral to the production. Though relatively short-lived, the show brought together solid, stand-out albums to the ears of the mixed tastes, ages and opinions of the hosts, and garnered a slew of discussion on the old forums.