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Tea and Terror

37:45 – Ripped from the headlines!  Doc Sleaze risks life and limb to uncover the truth about the recent nerve agent attack on his hometown!  Was it all a ‘false flag’ attack by the local Chamber of Commerce to drum up tourism business? (‘Tea and Terror’ tours, anyone?)  Local TV and police responses – caught on the hop?  Are the Russians out-sourcing assassinations?  The role of SPECTRE.  Is the UK being held to ransom?  The investigation is conducted with assistance from The Satan Bug (1965), 7 Golden Women Against Two 07 (1966), Assignment K (1968), Special Mission Lady Chaplain (1966), Agent For H.A.R.M (1966) and Secret Agent Super Dragon (1966).

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Released April 2018 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio.

2:22:39 – Welcome to Tape Land! On each episode, I will be presenting the audio of a cassette tape from my collection. It’s a way to help motivate me to digitize more of my archives.

Fuzzy Daupner (Carrie Engdahl–vocals & guitar, Rob DiCaterino–drums, Phil Mould–bass) live at their big show at Tierney’s Tavern in Montclair, New Jersey, on Thursday, April 19, 2001.

Despite the low quality of the recording, this is one of the best Fuzzy Daupner shows ever, with a killer setlist, and the band in top form. It’s being heard here for this first time since it was performed over 17 years ago.

Set 1: The Mexican Hovercraft, Sliding Gardens, Only Saw Trucks, Transit Shivers, Hit Me With Your Best Shot (cover), Some in the Woods, Take A Nap, Pregnant Skateboard, 99 Red Balloons (cover), Deluge of Primacy, Video Niflheim, Weird Highway, Kids in America/Territorial Pissings (cover), Coping Saw Sunset Roads, The Us Hounds.

Set 2: Possible Calhoun, Living in a Material World (cover), Christian Rock, Ten Minutes Cat, Crazy Plonto, Hungry Like the Wolf (cover), The Brown And Blue, The Armixhony Of Conrad, Sign of the Malls, Pent Breeze, Monster Now, Dancing With Myself (cover), Dear Anyone, Cup Of Joe, The Filmography Of Ann B. Davis.

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40:01 – Welcome to Tape Land! On each episode, I will be presenting the audio of a cassette tape from my collection. It’s a way to help motivate me to digitize more of my archives.

More of my college radio show, Anything But Monday, with co-host Mad Mike. This tape isn’t labeled, but it’s the first show after Spring Break, dating it to late March or early April 1986.

Notes: Tolley Pit bathroom, Half-Drunk Drive PSA, microphone sound of the day, Sniglets, word of the day, People Magazine, first show after the break, celebrity salaries, Rock ‘n’ Roll Promo, behind the scenes, more PSAs, Sounds of the Commons – Episode 1, Weekly World News, Grim Reaper, Monty Python.

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2:49:11 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: They crashed into the bookstore, 4/20, still freezing, anger, consciousness, lost MP3 player, long lines, weirdness tax, garage rock, podcasting, cycles, Sky (band), map folding, The Fixx, dining concourse, The Royal Book of Oz, Sour Curtain, subway, my 80s apartment, Mummenschanz, dwelling upon the past, Washington Square Park, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 2:05:58)… ABC Afterschool Specials (Commercial Break, 1980) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Moody Monday by Red Nebula [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0], Schapenwolkjes by Elegic Landslide [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], The Ballad of Stephen and Eunice by Captain Zig [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Untitled (Tongan Music) by Funa O Fangatapu [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], Mellitus Street 135 by Marina Carbone [blocSonic, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0], WLS Channel 7 – AM Chicago – “Outrageous Talk Show Hosts” (Part 1, 1985) (excerpt) [FuzzyMemories.TV], The One With No Name by MyVirtualBand Members [MyVirtualBand (defunct), CC BY 2.0], Creative Mirrors – “Golf Perfection” (Commercial, 1981) [FuzzyMemories.TV], WLS Channel 7 – The Day After (Commercial Break #5 – Post-Movie, 1983) [FuzzyMemories.TV], The Laundry Cycle by Jesse Spillane [FreeMusicArchive, CC BY 4.0], Pastime with Good Company (vocal samples from dwsChorale) by Romahichi [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Smooth 1a Parte by Angel Gaitán [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0].

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2:53:00 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Bus line fun, Hawkwind in the 80s, Mahavishnu Orchestra, The Corner of the Cosmic, spiritual yearning, UFO dream, The Very Best of Jean-Luc Ponty, album length, construction nouses, Grand Central, common courtesy, sandbox, Tartinery, labne, random childhood memory, Chiron in Aries, By Chloe vegan restaurant, Endless Taunt Druid vs. Lady in White Priest, Rockefeller Center, aiming, SNL, Lost in Space, under the Coke sign, cults, Trust, Legion, Timeless, time travel, theories and stupidity, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 2:10:33)… Nash The Slash flu interview [YouTube], Level 3 : Run on the expressway by Komiku [FreeMusicArchive, CC0 1.0], Mark Kermode and Katie Puckrik Glastonbury 1994 [YouTube], Behind the Wheel by Doug Rice [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Tomorrowland Viewliner Station (Oldsmobile) [collection], Danger Time! by Partners In Wonder [collection], Night Flight bumpers [YouTube], Children of Light by The Bibles Of Twang [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-SA 2.5], 3Com “Audrey” [YouTube], flex by Pobedia [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Dateline Walt Disney World – The Disney Decade, 1990 [YouTube], Street Time NYC – Track 1 by Randy Antley [collection].

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1:37:56 – Chad Bowers!! Doc Sleaze!! Frank Edward Nora!! A multi-faceted view of Celebrity and Celebrities, hosted by PQ Ribber!!

 

Next: Wizard of Oz

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Attribution by PQ Ribber. All guests appear courtesy of themselves.

Released April 2018 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and nocturnal audio

47:32 – Welcome to Tape Land! On each episode, I will be presenting the audio of a cassette tape from my collection. It’s a way to help motivate me to digitize more of my archives.

In 1987, at age 19, I set up a rudimentary recording studio in my parents’ basement. I created six “albums” of music as “Little Frankie Nora”: Die!, The Good War, Demolition Curve, Original Tin (Tape Land 51), How Do You Feel About the Job? (Tape Land 44), and Ending the Era with Calm Music (Tape Land 23). I compiled the best of these to create two official cassette releases: Welcome to the Weasel Village Mall and Bicentennial Cane, which had very limited distribution. These two have been released on the Onsug Archive. However, the individual “albums” have never been released.

This is the 3rd album, “Demolition Curve”, recorded in early 1987 (the date 1/8/87 is listed to the tape). The main instruments I used were a Casio SK-1 sampling keyboard and a small black-and-white TV.

Track list: The Tape Begins (:07), Life in Sequence (:07), Blastard (:36), Gateway (:36), Board Meeting (:30), Diamond Eyes (1:10), Bad Skin (:53), Doktor Jones (:38), The Brady Scums (:55), Sign On (:02), On the Roof (:28), Acid Snow (:50), Majesty (:39), Steady (1:55), Mangoman (:21), Kill the Small One (part III) (:30), Bad Street Theme (part III) (:15), Query (:22), Six (:59), Constipation for a Retard (:35), Retard Fringe (:52), Kicked in the Balls (:42), Maybe Not (:36), Merry Down the Lane (:23), This is Love (:27), Missile Attack (3:51), Demolition Curve (1:27),Birds (:40), Numb (:23), Peggy’s Playroom (3:15), Vomit (1:29), Bathroom (:06), Bee (:16), Sphinxette (:40), Eggbert (:43), Folks (:47), My Duck and Rain (1:04), Don Pterona (:47), Swan Bite (:23), Triceratops Bite (:23), Triceratops Man (:08), Swan Man (:23), Hunting (:11), Dick See (:16), Shutter (:24), Radio Pancreas (:35), Slip Clip (:26), Sojourn X (:40), My Seven (:12), Spy Zack (:47), Weather or Not (:52), Intro Glycerin (:08), Oktoberfist (:45), Weasel Grand (:55), Vesper (:34), Piss Me Off (:12), Elvis Retard (1:39), Retard La La (:53), Yeah Baybee (:10), Big Bad (:23), Spangle (:15), Spacemen (:32).

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47:28 – Welcome to Tape Land! On each episode, I will be presenting the audio of a cassette tape from my collection. It’s a way to help motivate me to digitize more of my archives.

In 1987, at age 19, I set up a rudimentary recording studio in my parents’ basement. I created six “albums” of music as “Little Frankie Nora”: Die!, The Good War, Demolition Curve, Original Tin, How Do You Feel About the Job? (Tape Land 44), and Ending the Era with Calm Music (Tape Land 23). I compiled the best of these to create two official cassette releases: Welcome to the Weasel Village Mall and Bicentennial Cane, which had very limited distribution. These two have been released on the Onsug Archive. However, the individual “albums” have never been released.

This is the 4th album, “Original Tin”, recorded in early 1987. The main instruments I used were a Casio SK-1 sampling keyboard and a small black-and-white TV. I also had a bass guitar pedal I borrowed from my friend Chris – who recorded the bass solo “Kreation – 21J4]” for the album. “21J4]”was an attempt to write”CHRIS” upside-down. The first track is the earliest recording I have of myself, from 1969.

Track list: Little Frankie (8:00), What Color (:31), Violetgoggle (:14), Ice Cream Cone of the Gods (:44), Fun With Chainsaw (2:53), Brat Pit (:58), Urgent (:32), Thirteen Masks (1:25), Down the River (:42), Bad Rabbit (:50), Retard Convention (:55), Pee Pee (:32), Baby Retards in Vienna (:36), Master Zone (:48), Demo Demon (:09), Five Minute Break (:20), Micro (:47), Business (:38), Kreation – 21J4](7:55), Wise War II (1:43), Smithsaurian (1:11), Black Lake with Rainbow (:52), In the Attic (2:09), The It (:55), Quiet Down (1:10), Original Tin (:31), Big City Then (:45), The One (:16), Drawer (1:03), Interlude (:04), And Our Strength (:58), Built Right (:23), Finally (1:01), The Wrong Paint (:21), Chickens (:24), More Books (:39), Rafter (:28).

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2:29:36 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Paper towel mania, endian issues, new Hearthstone expansion The Witchwood, Italian fountain story, cork belt, belt buckles, Portugal, new breakfast theory, meeting up with Bi-Coastal Becky and her husband Bob for a quick tour of Midtown Manhattan, Cart Bag Drain, Times Square, cactus tacos at Los Tacos No.1, Lost in Space, Bosch, psychedelic pianos, Treeluminator, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 1:51:24)… Exotic (Royalty Free Music) by PeriTune [Soundcloud, CC BY 3.0], Symbiosis at EPCOT Center (excerpt) [YouTube], Motorcycle Boy by Slave [Jamendo, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0], Virginia Slims Advertising Study (1987) [archive.org], Sonic intro by Vibesonic jam [Jamendo, CC BY-SA 3.0]Contratemps Temporaries by Another Flask of Weird [Archive.org, CC BY-ND 3.0], WGN Channel 9 – The Morning Movie – “Sorry, Wrong Number” (Commercial Break #5, 1975) [FuzzyMemories.TV], Hyperglycemic & Radically Anemic by Charles Rice Goff III [Archive.org, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0], HTS by Jazzaria.com [Archive.org, CC BY 3.0], Ascen (fake Boards of Canada song, origin unknown) [collection].

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Fusebox #90 Carpet Clown

26:08 –  Wildebeest Stylin’ with Milt, Madam Ilsa’s Torture Carnival and Dismemberment Arcade, Social Ax Throwing in Utah, Fusebox Liner ID, Net Neutrality Update:The ACLU, The Coax Cutters 2 Step, The SESTA / FOSTA Delirium, Fusebox ID, Fusebox Store Spot: Father McGillicuddy.

Giant inflatable Flamingos of thanks to our vocal contributors,Erin Lehn,Bruce Miles,Trista Perez, and Jeff Pollard for playing right along in spite of it.

Co producing and session audio assistance by Milt Kanes

All music and post production by Marc Rose and Fuse.

Fusebox show art design by POLLARDdesign    

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.  Attribution: by Marc Rose  Released April 11th, 2018

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