NEW EPISODE! “Corporate Whores … and Press-titutes”

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Recorded March 12, 19, April 17-28, 2016.

With David Lawler, Andrew La Ganke, Eve Kerrigan, Denny Spangler, Bronwyn Knox.

“My Computer” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1996 album, “Emancipation”), “Yo Bill” (David Lawler) by David Lawler with vocals by Alex Saltz, The Dylan Ratigan Show (an American television program on MSNBC hosted by Dylan Ratigan), “Hail To The Chief” (James Sanderson), Fatman On Batman” (a web series hosted by Kevin Smith), “Pope” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1993 album, “The Hits/The B-Sides”), “Purple Rain” (Prince) by Prince and The Revolution, “The Beautiful Ones (Prince) by Prince and The Revolution, “Diamonds and Pearls” (Prince) by Prince and The New Power Generation.

The Vampire Economy

Artwork by Bronwyn Knox.

NEW EPISODE! “By The Time Eye Get 2 Ypsilanti”

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Recorded April 17-28, 2016.

With David Lawler, Andrew La Ganke, Eve Kerrigan, Denny Spangler.

“Show Biz Bugs” (a 1957 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short directed by Friz Freleng and featuring Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck), SCTV (a Canadian television sketch comedy show offshoot from Toronto’s Second City troupe that ran between 1976 and 1984(, “Drunk and Dueling” (David Lawler) by David Lawler, Liberty’s Kids (an animated educational historical fiction television series produced by DIC Entertainment, originally broadcast on PBS Kids from September 2, 2002 to April 4, 2003), “Dawn Of The Dead” (a 1978 horror film directed by George Romero), “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1979 album, “Prince”), “Living the Dream” (Joseph Langham) by Joseph Langham.

Artwork by Bronwyn Knox.

NEW PODCAST! “I Could Never Gracefully Bow”

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Recorded April 23-28, 2016.

With David Lawler, Andrew La Ganke, Eve Kerrigan, Denny Spangler, Bronwyn Knox.

“Sexy MF” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1992 album, “The Love Symbol Album”), “Controversy” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1981 album, “Controversy”), “When You Were Mine” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1980 album, “Dirty Mind”), “Dig U Better Dead” (Prince) by Prince (from the 1996 album, “Chaos and Disorder”).  

Artwork by Bronwyn Knox.