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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1513 – Double Random (6/17/10 Thu) 29.37

Frank Nora Show 1513 – Double Random (6/17/10 Thu) 29.37 (1:22:15 / 75.4 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground ( – June 2010 – Track 37
Frank in NJ and NYC. Missed the bus which was all different, applying graphics to vehicles, recyclers, quantum experiments, Red Bull, advertising trucks, stats, refurbished Sansa, random songs, The Faint, The Monkees, double random, milk crate innovation and controversy, mini construction vehicle, dreamlike, police car lights, landscaping, the charm, Repo Man quasi-sequel “Waldo’s Hawaiian Holiday” graphic novel, happy fenced-in people, looking inside the Cinnabon-in-progress, Munchy breakfast, Naked Tropical Smoothie with Coconut Water, Tori Amos “Bells For Her”, Boards of Canada “Dayvan Cowboy”, The Blow Monkeys, new sidewalk, chewing gum, dropped the new Sansa, Mexican wrestling, channel 420, dream test, calico and penicillin updates, Times Square, 1513, stats, Toy Story 3,,, no more thoughts of compromise, Times Square Information Center, electrifying plays, Devo, vuvuzelas, campsites, phantom towns, The Pink Sleigh, The Magic Shop, rabbit hole, Model T, toy box, Mello Yello, Tekton song, politics, the oil spill, Alvin Greene, Midnight Cassette System, listening experience room, Droid X, Treo, college radio station, new newsstand, Rainbow Crunchy Popcorn, If You Had Wings, Space Mountain “Home of Future Living”, Magic The Gathering, 3 donuts, Mike Oldfield “Music of the Spheres”, and The Fast and The Furious Drift.
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posted by Frank at 6:50 pm filed in FN,Frank,Jun10,nyc,ramplers  


  1. Just keep doing what you do…. listetenership is fickle at best. One person paying attention is better than many casual listeners and with this internet thing, there simply is no saying what will become of these dispatches in time….

    Comment by PQ Ribber — June 21, 2010 @ 11:54 am

  2. I haven’t been keeping up and I’m catching up now. Maybe others are doing the same.

    Comment by Israel Brown — June 26, 2010 @ 8:18 pm

  3. the “hundreds” range is pretty good. i was thinking you were upset because you saw something more in the area of 10 or 20.

    Comment by Israel Brown — June 26, 2010 @ 8:50 pm

  4. i think the reason why the musical genius drains away is the exposure to the “music industry” and the void of talent that exists within it. like a coal mine or oil well, there’s only so much to be had at any one point in time, and the companies in music mine good artists for as much as they can while forcing limitations on them and telling them to do things they wouldn’t normally want to do.

    Comment by Israel Brown — June 26, 2010 @ 9:06 pm

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