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The Both: The Newly-Formed-Band-Game

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The Both: The Newly-Formed-Band-Game

The Both: The Newly-Formed-Band-Game

The Both: The Newly-Formed-Band-Game

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Aimee, presumably wearing the leather shorts she would save from a fire. No word on where Ted's giraffe-print cardigan is. Christian Lantry hide caption

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Aimee, presumably wearing the leather shorts she would save from a fire. No word on where Ted's giraffe-print cardigan is.

Christian Lantry

Musicians Aimee Mann and Ted Leo play together as The Both, but how well do these new bandmates know each other's quirks? To find out, we quiz them in the style of The Newlywed Game, where each must figure out how the other would answer questions such as "What's the worst piece of clothing you brought on tour?" and "What one item would you rescue from your burning house?"

Plus, hear a live version of "No Sir," from the duo's eponymous debut album as The Both.

Heard in Episode 316: Meet Me In Milwaukee

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