Do you know what it's like to be p***ed on? DO YOU? The return of Apocalypse Hoboken (recorded at Legit Dogs & Ice) by Yak Channel Podcast Network published on 2018-06-17T02:43:31Z Chicago punk legends Apocalypse Hoboken are gearing up for two reunion shows at Chop Shop (July 13 & 14). That seemed like a perfect excuse to chat with Todd and Andy from the band. It's been a while, for sure. Joining us in the car is the source of this week's meal: Matt Habib, proprietor of the transcendent Legit Dogs & Ice 51 S. Grove Ave (Elgin). The food was ridiculously good. Go there now. We'll wait. Anyway, here's what was discussed on this week's show, sponsored by Boost Mobile: Legit Dogs opened up on a Tuesday just to participate in Car Con Carne. WE LOVE THEM. Matt made 12 dogs for the four of us. 12 ("Everyone in Elgin eats like this"). Here's what we tried on the show: Mac & Cheese: Cheesy beef hot dog topped with mac & cheese, crispy bacon and shredded cheddar cheese. The Carve: Beef hot dog, smoked brisket, baked beans, BBQ sauce and creamy cole slaw. The Bad Hombre (JVO Pick): Jalapeno cheese hot dog, fresh mango and papaya, chile y limon seasoning, sriracha mayo "Bad Hombre" sauce, crunchy fried corn and cilantro. "It's a basketful of secrets." Sleeping With the Enemy: Cheesy beef hot dog, roasted green peppers, shredded mozzarella, giardiniera and Italian beef. Why did Hoboken initially break up? Todd: "(The reason) was probably me." Andy: "I think we got worn down." "Cred police" aside, would Hoboken have signed to a label back in the day, had the offer been made? The lyrics of "Little Fingers," and why that song couldn't get played on the radio in the present day. If Hoboken was formed today, you'd find their shirts at Hot Topic. "It's harder to be a sexist racist nowadays." The upcoming vinyl-only release, "Everybody's Been Burned." I contributed to the album's liner notes, and do a reading of the liner notes on the podcast. Do you know what it's like to be pissed on? DO YOU? Song selection for the upcoming setlists. The "punk rock boycott" of Metro in the 1990s. "There was a lot of misinformation." "Can someone hand me more paper towels? This is a disaster!" Todd remembers my long-standing love of the Hoboken song "Monchichi." The "Pickle Juice" story. Todd Pot is like a "momma bear." Food trucks are the punk rock of the restaurant business.