#1322 - Reggie Watts

#1322 - Reggie Watts

Update: 2019-07-10216
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Reggie Watts is a musician, singer, beatboxer, actor, and comedian. His improvised musical sets are created using only his voice, a keyboard, and a looping machine. He is also currently the announcer and band leader on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
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Abe Hartshorne

omg check out Aesop Rock for some propper good hip hop stuff, great extremely clever lyrics 👍🏻

Aug 14th
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Sound Mind

right around 40min it gets real. i like the convo. but the "being the smartest person in the room" stuff is so relevant right now.

Aug 11th
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Sawyer  Martinez

Sound Mind Ok

Aug 12th
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Punkfake

They got too high on this one. It’s like, yeah man, the capitalism man, and stuff.

Aug 9th
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Māris Greidāns

7:04

Aug 2nd
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David

Māris Greidāns Thanks

Sep 6th
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James Oke

mastering audio is everything, I once got my dnb track through a contest mastered by the guy that did swedish house mafia, the studio was like a James bond hide out in London. he showed up in slippers and a dressing gound. he fucked with my tune for 20mins with shit loads off externals and it sounded amazing!!!!!!!

Jul 26th
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James Oke

all about WAV

Jul 26th
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James Oke

stupid question but I feel like everyone is gifted with a unique style of defence and fighting like and animal, I've been doing boxing for 4years when I started I felt like I was a natural with inspired me to stay and push myself after the original goal was just fitness. do people do jiu-jitsu and feel the same way. not only that with every other art. like then again if it's the first time learning a self defence and your natural is that because your a born fighter or just ment for that sport. like I felt at home even learning as a boxer but if I went to kick boxing would I struggle, or would I sponge it. and in that case is fighting just down to concentration and passion?

Jul 26th
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James Oke

my, concept. backholes...physics never let's engery dissapate. anything getting destroyed into its basic materials by going through a balckhole the energy still has to excises! It has to be passed into soemthing else, elsewhere!

Jul 26th
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James Oke

nahh because stoneage man was found with woolly mammoth fur, like native Americans it was for there shelter and it would be portable

Jul 26th
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James Oke

war was a gentleman's game at that time, you'd stand and fire. it was more about rate of fire and accuracy because of the limited range of the rifle

Jul 26th
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James Oke

exactly respect people's decision and right to put there body through and experience. comes back to don't judge a book by its cover. look deeper into the person get to know them before you assume a stereotype. the key to safely working your way up drug experiences is respecting what your taking. like the first time you got really drunk, wrapped around a toilet. the next day you know your limit and you respect it because you've experienced it at its worst

Jul 26th
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James Oke

I agree with the topic on taking a drug and link with a certain sound because of the artist influence. I'd say once you've link with the sound by taking the recommended drug. it means more to because of the experience, and when you re-listen even sober you listen to certain background parts of the band you only found through the experience you had.

Jul 26th
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Tommy Locker

bro I drink bottled water because my home town still has led pipes. so theirs led in the water here and they don't really bother to fix it either

Jul 25th
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Doreen Perry

Tommy Locker 👌👌

Jul 25th
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Ryland Proud

Anti copper mining? Im sure that tesla has a fair bit of it.

Jul 21st
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Joshua Reich

Oh Joe, you still don't know how to science smh

Jul 19th
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Rt Rt

This guest and podcast sucked.

Jul 16th
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Johnny Prencipe

Rt Rt what's it like being retarded

Jul 24th
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Jennifer Arabella

Rt Rt like it!

Jul 16th
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Luke Metcalf

Gotta fair fair bit of time for Joe Rogan but man, occasionally his monologues get a a bit much and seriously 'food tastes better when its made by cool people.' !!?? Really.!

Jul 14th
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Robert Mosher

Shamsy2013 ... that's because he's too damn *stoned*. My sense is that Joe needs to smoke less and *think* more and practice *listening* to his guests -- in particular those of his guests (like RW) who are deep thinkers and are capable of bringing a lot of *subtlety* to a conversation. As I see it, Joe is capable of holding his own in relatively subtle, engaging conversations, but all too often he sounds "baked" and is simply not listening to his guests. Given the size of his audience, that's a waste of talent and we're all just a little worse off because of it.

Jul 24th
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Luke Metcalf

Shamsy2013 Like is say, I have a lot of time for the man Rogan. He can be a great interview, steering conversation, asking insightful questions and generally keeping momentum during these long form conversations. However, occasionally he goes off on these monologues, or says something dumb like the aforementioned quote but, he is only human. I dont think anyone could convince me that "food tastes better when its made by someone cool" though.

Jul 16th
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Cover Time

I was surprised how much I liked this one. good conversation.

Jul 13th
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jennifer johnson

Joe seriously needs to take a breath and let Reggie talk a bit more in this. I love Reggie and want to hear his thoughts but only get Joe in this one, disappointing.

Jul 13th
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Shamsy2013

jennifer johnson Agree. The best podcasts are when Joe says the least.

Jul 16th
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Cliff Bates

1 million salmon should be worth $1 billion? $100 a salmon? Come on Joe, don't be a drama queen.

Jul 13th
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Hans Oferbach

Cliff Bates Dude, that would be 100 million. You mean $1000

Jul 25th
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Mad Priest

Cliff Bates how much do you think salmon cost per pound?

Jul 20th
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