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Caller Name:
Monday, April 13, 1992
GUEST: Lush • HOST: Tami Heide, Poorman, Dr. Drew
Guest Info Lush were an English alternative rock band, formed in 1987 and disbanded in 1998. They were one of the first bands to attract the "shoegazing" label, later moving toward Britpop.
3.56 (7 votes)
Recording Information
Radio Station: 106.7 KROQ
Length: 1:25:50
Size: 138 MB
Rates: 224 kbps / 44.100 kHz / stereo
Recorded By: ?
Transferred By: ?
Uploaded By: unclepenny on November 15, 2010
Views: 5,051
Downloads: 197
Notes: Sourced from user lovelinefan
Other Shows with this Guest (1)
Show Rating
Call Listing (15)
Time Duration Call
4:30 3:20
Dave, M, 19
Claims to have a girlfriend who has her own TV show and he slept with her somewhat-famous mother.
8:09 3:29
Mark, M, 20
Is afraid his boyfriend will cheat on him with straight friends.
homosexuality, dating, cheating/adultery/infidelity
12:57 4:59
Heather, F, 15
Thinks she flirts too much at school and is called names for it.
17:57 8:59
Matt, M, 21
He becomes obsessed with anything he likes; specifically Pat Benatar.
obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD
32:23 0:21
Melanie, F
The call is mostly missing, but she seems to not find Poorman attractive.
32:50 8:40
Dominica, F, 20
Has OCD. Guy friend named Rick thinks she's crazy. Call finished off the air.
obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD, friendship
46:33 2:29
Shannon, F, 18
Big Dr. Drew fan, dad is possibly alcoholic, wonders how Drew keeps such a busy schedule.
comment for host, alcohol, addict parents
49:17 1:13
Karen, F, 23
Curious of caller Dominica.
obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD
50:32 8:31
Scott & Caroline, M
Two callers at once (M & F). Caroline is obsessed with José Canseco and Scott is obsessed with Perry Farrell. Caroline then asks about AIDS
HIV/AIDS, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD
59:54 3:04
Carol, F
Has dreams about other girls even though she dates guys.
1:04:47 4:07
Adrian, M, 25
Had unprotected sex and is now having a discharge and a rash in his mouth.
other STDs
1:09:36 3:48
Ray, M, 18
OCD night continues with a call about his friend who is obsessed with Miki from Lush.
obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD
1:13:28 5:46
Mary, F, 16
Obsessed with Robert Smith.
obsessive-compulsive personality disorder/OCD
1:20:23 2:36
Shannon, F, 18
Has taken a fancy to her ex-boyfriend's best friend.
bisexuality, flirting/making the first move
1:23:42 2:09
Mark, M, 19
Thinks Lush and Elena (KROQ's cleaning lady) are great.
comment for guest
Comments (3)
Wednesday, 5/27/2015 at 2:25 PM EDT
My favorite show of 92 (not really that a high a bar to clear). Poorman's on top of his game. I love that he puts the cleaning lady on the air. He and Drew seem relaxed and have some good banter, compared to the tension and frustration you can sometimes feel between them, and I like the guests too.

Drew talks about how he has taken on too much responsibility and will cut back "one of these days." Does anyone know if he ever did "cut back?" I guess he's no longer head of a department at the hospital, but as far as I can tell he's still going balls to the wall as far as his work schedule.
Wednesday, 5/22/2013 at 10:38 PM EDT
I find that the early (Poorman) shows tend to be more about the musicians than love calls. Callers don't seem to have been screened, which may be why so many calls seem to be bogus. It's very clunky too, as you can hear carts being plugged in, papers shuffling, chairs squeaking, etc. Sound drops are all over the place, and the whole production is disorganized. Needless to say, these early shows are best listened too in small doses. It is no mystery why the show got way more popular when Adam came along later.
Wednesday, 11/17/2010 at 3:46 AM EST
Wow. It's so weird how the show has changed over the decades. Dr Drew doesn't say much, but his advice is still good. Poorman is a pretty good interviewer and keeps the guests engaged.
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