Do you come from a land down under?
We're looking for some 80s fans from the land where women glow and men plunder. (Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?)
Calling out to our Aussie fans! We're doing a podcast on Men At Work soon and we need your help. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org (or leave us a comment with your e-mail address).
Contact us now or we'll keep quoting that song to you. Over and over again. Like a never-ending Madonna marathon on the local radio station. (Queue the beginning of "Like A Prayer" in your head...) If you contact us, we promise never to send any more boy bands to tour in your hemisphere. Deal?
Meanwhile, for those of us in the rest of the world, here's some feedback and suggestions via e-mail from last week. Keep them coming. We answer all our e-mail or your money back!
From Kim in St. Pete: "Good job on the Asia Podcast! Good job from John Sharp too! I'm a HUGE Asia fan, from the beginning in 1982 and have loved them for the whole route, thru lineup changes and breakups. All of it."
From Dax in Santa Monica, Calif.: "Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your Asia podcast. As a huge fan, and a native of Tarpon Springs, and now living in LA working with the band, your Podcast was a good trip."
From Gene in San Diego: "How about a podcast about the 8o's phenomenon of hanging out at the mall or break-dancing?"
From Patrick in Dublin, Ireland: "Greetings from Dublin, Ireland. I love the podcasts. How about a podcast on the Boss - pre and post Born in the USA. Keep up the good work and best wishes to Gina."
From Colin in Tokyo, Japan: "The podcast is great! I particularly like when you guys go off on a tangent and talk about your adventures back in the 80. They truly were a silly and innocent time that I miss dearly. Life was so much more mysterious without the Internet!"