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Sunday, August 30, 2009

The Rampler on WFMU – Episode 10 (8/29/09) 15.23

The Rampler on WFMU – Episode 10 (8/29/09) 15.23 (4:00:08 / 220 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – August 2009 – Track 23

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Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Summer 2009 Ep. 10 – Mini Jumbo 4:00:08 / 220 MB Frank broadcasting live from WFMU ( 91.1 FM in Jersey City, NJ, on Saturday, August 29, 2009, from 2:00 AM to 6:00 AM. Topics include Bryce in studio (with dates, tissues, and charcoal), “Magical Quest” on Route 10, Ledgewood Mall, podcast, new feature “15 Minutes Ago In The Stairwell”, and a whole lot more. NYC recordings: Mastermind (8/26/09) 21:03, The Coffee Disaster (1/23/09) 29:57, Hunnymooners (8/27/09) 17:48 Reviews: Fever Stimulation Beverage (“Mango Banana” and “Kiwi Strawberry”), Limited Edition Cafe Colors Sharpies, U. S. Open Mini Jumbo Tennis Ball, etc. Pinball Corner with “Speakeasy” and “Spirit”. Phone calls with Jim Sally from Canada, Brandon from Canada, and Brian Jude getting craft services in the morning. Songs: “Concrete Nipples” by Amanda, “The Rampler” by Sherri West of The Lava Children, “Night Life”, and “Gasoline Gus”. Theme song “Minimoog” by Matthias Becker and Klaus Stühlen, from “Vintage Synths Vol. 1” ©1990 Originalton West ( – used with permission.

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posted by Frank at 8:44 am filed in Aug09,rampler,WFMU  


  1. i know the overnightscape is your baby, but i really think bryce would be an awesome addition/sidekick to the show,
    he’s the perfect speed for you. as opposed to you running neck and neck, he’s your straight man, he sounds like
    brian posehn a bit.

    Comment by alex m — August 30, 2009 @ 11:53 am

  2. Bryce is awesome!!

    Comment by Frank — August 30, 2009 @ 12:43 pm

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