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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Anybody’s Guess #28-30 (Onsug release: 1-25-12)

3:03:12 –
Anybody’s Guess #28: Sheriff John Stone, Why Don’t You Leave Me Alone? (10-6-11) (1:12:53)
Recording Monkees songs from TV onto audiocassette in 1987, The Beatles: Rock and Roll Music Volume 1, Head, A Hard Day’s Night, fast version of I Wanna Be Free, oldies radio, chicken pox on my thirteenth birthday, homemade Monkees T-shirt, Top 40, George Harrison, Living Arts class, my ad ignored by classmates, huge boom box, Beavis and Butt-head, Phil Collins gets a bad rap, dragged to a Milli Vanilli concert in 1990, missed seeing REO Speedwagon in 1991, the first CDs I ever owned, Tony’s Billboard CD collection, Turn Back the Clock, nerdy/geeky/immature, curtain call, Monkees concert in 1996, Michael Nesmith, Monkees appearance on Boy Meets World.

Anybody’s Guess #29: October Night Walk (10-9-11) (31:40)
Best songs of the ‘00s special on VH-1, text messages, Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, The Phantom Menace, meditation class, living your life intensely, Dexter, not that impressed with 2 Broke Girls, Two and a Half Men, The Office, Simpsons voice actors protesting pay cuts, nostalgia for early Simpsons v. apathy toward later Simpsons, will be getting cold out soon, editing fall festival footage, long-form audio shows on The Overnightspace Underground, the Road Runner of Bloomington, “you know.”

Anybody’s Guess #30: Phantom Follies (10-13-11) (1:18:38)
Day off from work, National Novel Writing Month (, The Star Wars Song (The Luceman and Ashley, Attribution 3.0), The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Fan (Terry Norman, Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0), opening day of The Phantom Menace in 1999, crappy bootleg for eight bucks.

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

posted by Shambles at 11:13 am filed in Jan12,Shambles  

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