Archive for the Aug12 Category

1:08:34 – Entertanium reigns once more with another double-dose of Stephen Jules Rubin Rantz delight, 19th Century Africa, Supersonic Rocketship, Absorbine, The Magic Island, Mr F Le Mur, Cerebus Guys, and other fun things!!  PQ Ribber is your constant host.

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We LOVE our theme musics:  Rio Seco by Brambles O’Shaughnessy and

‘Not Enough Crayons For Everyone’ by Twink

Attribution by PQ Ribber.

Released September 2012, on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and often clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and recombinant productions, thereof.

1:20:27 – Frank in NYC talking about many things… Upcoming movie Hotel Transylvania, monster parties, power generator rental, HBO bench, dumpster premonition, lunch at a brand new Whole Foods, Bolthouse Farms Bom Dia Acai + 10 Superblend, seabuckthorn, superfruits, New Jersey wines, soft cardboard, Katherine Hepburn, wellness booth, resin, peanut butter packets, Hurricane Isaac, Republican National Convention, thrill of the fight, abstract conflict, Red Sox Nation, sax, computer shopping hell, ASUS, the half a supermarket dream, idea in my mind, unanswered prayers, get down to the heart of the matter, the Bryant Park lawn, Don Henley, night world audio thoughts, sharing not selling, the love of the adventure of the mystery of life, creatures of two worlds, mocking day tone, cosmic tour guides, the zombie trend, another band, sopping dry heavy popcorn, Pizza vs. Skeletons, Chainsaws & Toasters, 53rd and 3rd, MLM creep, weird semi-taxi, bus stop excavation, Rush, skeleton news, interactive dueling banjo skeletons, monster party music, and any banjo experts. F1856

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59:06 – More trials and tribulations on the journey we call life.

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Released August 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

24:31 – Join Bob LeMent (from Static Radio) rambling on his morning commute into St. Louis, Missouri…

“Father” – Schedules, Meeting and the Notable Unknowns on this totally booked Morning Commute.

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Attribution: by Bob LeMent – more info at onsug.com and StaticRadio.com

Released August 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

1:35:39 – A philosophical episode of the Universe’s Only Transmission Like This One!!  Frank Edward Nora, Eddie from Cloud Base 44, Doc Sleaze of thesleaze.co.uk, Geoff Sink of the Unbodied, and Chad Bowers of Chadcast join PQ Ribber for deep thinking!!

Next:  REALITY SHIFTS (real and imagined)

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Overall attribution by PQ Ribber , all other hosts appear courtesy of themselves.

Released August 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts presenting  an array of talk-driven programs that are prepared with the Magic of the Human Voice!

1:55:50 – Frank in NYC talking about many things… My car has a cassette player, joys of the day world, commuting into New York City, new TV show “Copper”, a question of rivers and oceans, Toyota Matrix, Pontiac Vibe, Johnny Dangerously (1984), Kubb, cassettes, New Midnight Cassette System, the physical presence of cassettes, Grand Central Station, Colorama, computer shopping, Visual Land MP3 Boombox, Pocket Overnightscape on a $33 64GB flash drive, Hurricane Isaac, Kitaro, new Men Without Hats album “Love In The Age Of War”, cassette mishaps, the miracle of the Men Without Hats cassette getting Indian food, sundown on Route 46, bag of ice, Spotify, hacksawing, Bug Out, creative aspirations vs. “real life”, writing, being in a band, creative background processing in the mind, lust for life, the ego, count your blessings, Republicans, artificial shortages for control, lost joy of politics, Roseanne Barr for President, The Roseanne Roast, Tom Arnold, nihilistic sadism of the elite, money, beating a dead horse, death of Neil Armstrong, Apollo Moon landing hoax, death of typeface maven Dan X. Solo, Dover Publications, fear, death of John Belushi, Slow Cow, shoe issues, Marley’s Mellow Mood, anti-energy drinks, purple drank, cloud weirdness, Daryl Hannah and Newhart synchrocities between this show and The Shambleshow, Blade Runner (1982) and Mad Monster Party (1967), Future Life Magazine at Jim Hanley’s Universe, self-identity coats, another mass shooting, and The Overnightscape System. F1855

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1:14:56 – From the new Casa Refugee Studio!!  Rantzing from Stephen Jules Rubin (only slightly post-dated)!  Bonus Overnightscape Central Segment on Writing from Mike Boody, The Midnight Citizen!  The Magic Island!!  Jean Shepherd Sheps Saturday Action from 10/28/1969 as he remembers Jack Kerouak!  Mr F Le Mur, too!!

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We LOVE our theme music: ‘Not Enough Crayons For Everyone’ by Twink

Attribution by PQ Ribber.

Released August 2012, on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and often clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and recombinant productions, thereof.

53:49 – Jackie started first grade, rainstorm in a summer of drought, The Langoliers, the feeling of being out of line with the present, forgetting to take Wellbutrin, persistent ringing in my ears, Anything Goes by Lucy Moore, the Roaring Twenties, “pop history,” Warren G. Harding, public opinions of Presidents before mass media as compared to now, taking history classes in high school and college, ordering a McDonald’s Coke, the Scopes trial, teaching evolution in schools, the Universe can’t be just 6000 years old, William Jennings Bryan vs. Clarence Darrow, teaching religion in schools from a historical standpoint, Greek mythology unit in seventh grade, the “right” religion?, holy texts were written by fallible human beings, reincarnation, fear of no longer existing, vicious circle of thought, Hell Among the Yearlings (Elmer and Jud, 1928). Theme song: Simple Pleasures (Henry Homesweet, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 England & Wales).

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Attribution: by Shambles Constant – more info at onsug.com

Released August 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

2:29:20 – Frank in NYC talking about many things… Ceci n’est pas une cloud, Rattray’s Red Rapparee pipe tobacco, bad hair day, explosion, how you appear to others, street hassle, haircut synchronicity, Phyllis Diller dies at age 95, Mad Monster Party (1967), Rankin/Bass stop motion animation, monster parties, shoe problem, Mad Monster Party’s plot is similar to Blade Runner (boy meets girl, finds out she’s a robot, then finds out he’s also a robot), Blade Runner (1982), analog visuals and synthesizers, peps, Tony Scott dies at age 68, Prometheus (2012), Annunaki and human origins, Eyes Wide Shut (1999), The Upper City, four dimensional space, pop culture obsession across many worlds, World Financial Center, Wintergarden, 9/11, new shopping area, World Trade Center memories, J&R Music World, CD shopping, Spotify, Japanimation, PATH simulator game, new Fixx album, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, sirens, The Inbetweeners (TV Series 2008–2010), ghost trains, The X Factor (UK), the new cruel shoes, new album by The Fixx – “Beautiful Friction”, carton d’allumettes, new album by Men Without Hats – “Love in the Age of War”, the song “Sail To You” by Men At Work, new album by Lava Children – “Lava Childen”, Initial Exit Ramp (10/12/09), Bronies, alternate reality entertainment, Year Zero, Welcome Back Kotter, Douglas Adams, cockiness, the happy idiot archetype, triangle of multidimensional monster party stores, Star Wars, Bryant Park lawn, rampling on the grass, kubb, Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity, random music in the distance, Airbag Frank, Kickstarter campaigns (Pinball Arcade Twilight Zone and Star Trek:The Next Generation, Oculus Rift), virtual reality, return of Jet Set Radio, Retro City Rampage, GTA IV, Saints Row 2, Kitaro cassette, Guitari, The Paunch Stevenson Show, a mess in storage, the lost iPod, climate control, Crystal Pepsi, Cocaine energy drink, groceries at Target, “The Monitron”, “excuse me sir I own the lane”, In Time (2011), Overnightscape Central, The Nag Hammadi Scriptures, complainers, dreamlike train trip, New Bridge Landing, Nathan’s french fries, Secaucus Junction, differences between train and bus culture, KIND Bars, statue of a weed, the Pascack Valley Line platform, projecting into a sub-world, the old Bergen Mall, liquor laws, Whole Foods, the pluot wax, Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts, found the band, free popcorn – Smartfood Selects Parmesan Herb Popcorn, do not touch the cubical shrubbery, Mummenschanz on The Muppet Show, Mummenschanz commercials, and Mummenschanz at the end of the world. F1854

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21:41 – Join Bob LeMent (from Static Radio) rambling on his morning commute into St. Louis, Missouri…

“Stuffed” – Sweet Rain, Shaped Foam and Cheesy Shtitck on this time warped Morning Commute.

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Attribution: by Bob LeMent – more info at onsug.com and StaticRadio.com

Released August 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.