• Columbia House Party

Billy Talent (2003)

Updated: Sep 16


In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by NBA writer James Herbert (@outsidethenba) to discuss Billy Talent’s 2003 self-titled debut. James made sense as the guest since he was also on for Billy Talent influence At The Drive-In and because he and Blake were at the same Billy Talent concert during frosh week at Queen’s. Find out more about Blake’s overdue realization that punk is political, Try Honesty’s continent-crossing success, and why Billy Talent’s first two albums hold up so well on this week’s podcast.


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