Nerd Punches Nerd Podcast 11 – Nerdy Music Awards Part 2

Written by Jeremy

Part the second! This time it’s all about nerdy movie soundtracks, TV themes, and the nerdiest musical genre of ALL TIME. Can Weird Al and Joss Whedon run the board? And is dubstep a thing? Find out about the truth of these… and MORE!



Countryside 1 by Jake Kaufman from the Double Dragon NEON soundtrack

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