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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Frank Nora Show 1660 – In Utero (3/3/11)

55:53 – Zoo Bastards, The Mighty Boosh, 1975 Queen album “A Night At The Opera”, current rock music lacks substance, subway booth singing, 1939-1975-2011, Wayne’s Prepcast, preparing for the crash,personal space weirdness on the subway, coat selections,  theory about the Middle East turmoil, demonetization of the dollar, coffee, very expensive oatmeal, new money, coin questions, New Jersey quarter amero suggestion, salsa commercials, the word “vegetarian”, Hale and Hearty Soups, World Trade Center, Macaroni and Cheese, Penn Station exhibit, demolition of the original Penn Station, portable hard drives, enter the octagonal room, a brown Ford automobile, Listen To A Movie, Mr. Show, The Larry Sanders Show, my Internet’s been so slow with Cablevision I decided to switch to FiOS, NetFlix, DSL, DVR, Usenet, Match Game, demolition, Stok, Schnitzel and Things, expensive lunch, Lady Gaga was in utero when I began my college radio show, psychic wars, coughing, BJD (ball-jointed doll), bright night Times Square, counting paper sheep statues, the soccer player who kicked and killed an owl, V8 rebranding, the corporate overlords, police dogs, and Attack of the Clones.

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Released March 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by Frank at 5:47 pm filed in Frank,Mar11  

1 Comment »

  1. I agree what you said about the music now and then. The big companies and the “money making shit” has taken over it all, like in many other places… witch is really sad.

    Also agree about what you said happened when you and that woman “bumped” together on the subway… the world is weird these days…
    Sorry if my english isn’t very good 🙂

    Comment by Johan — March 4, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

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