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Bofore Radio, Episode 24
Topic: Nothing But Animals

This week’s medley: Animal Songs, featuring: Tom Smith, David Tanny, Insane Ian, and many more! This week we start Goblin’s new Bofore Radio segment, called Goblin’s Goblet of Evil!

Next week: Demented Blues

 

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Insane Ian   Offline  -  Artist  -  07-17-08 10:01 PM  -  9 years ago
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WOW...someone found that old spoken word track I did for the first Weird Al tribute album! Awesome!

-Insane Ian
boforeradio   Offline  -  Member  -  07-17-08 10:37 PM  -  9 years ago
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I think Goose found it over at weirdaltribute.com, glad to play it, Ian.
davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  07-17-08 11:46 PM  -  9 years ago
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It's new to me. Never heard it before. I'll feature it on one of my shows soon.

Also...a new mix of All Out of Pups is being worked on for an upcoming CD. Details coming later.

boforeradio   Offline  -  Member  -  07-18-08 04:22 PM  -  9 years ago
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This is the longest episode we've ever had so far at 1 hour and 30 minutes, but with the upcoming playlists we've been making I think we'll break that record.
ktguitar   Offline  -  Artist  -  07-18-08 06:06 PM  -  9 years ago
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Bofore Radio: Why is your song such a slut?

Tyrone Kahn was quite alarmed once he heard the intro to one of the newer Demented comedy music podcasts, Bofore Radio.

Foolishly, I waded into the subject. "Well, where did you hear the song?" I asked Tyrone.

"I heard it on Manic Mondays!" Tyrone exclaimed without a hint of irony. "It's the theme song for their News of the Stupid segment!"

The bouncy theme music shared by three comedy podcasts is the instrumental Eskimo Pie Is Not A Pie And Contains Very Little Eskimo by Dr. Demento fave Worm Quartet.

Worn Quartet"Hey man! I was just thinking about you — primarily because I just ripped my The Best Of The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour, Volume 1 CD and you're totally flippin' on it," wrote Worm Quartet founder ShoEboX in response to my investigative query.

"My song is a slut because there are only about three comedy artists who have ever put an instrumental on a CD, and Weird Al's Fun Zone has already been overused to death."

Everything's cool, though. ShoEboX gave Tyrone official, first-class, A-1 permission to use his song, and a fast-thinking Odd Austin Aeschliman told Tyrone he also used the song because Tyrone's his podcasting hero and Odd Austin wanted to be just like his hero Tyrone.

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ktguitar   Offline  -  Artist  -  07-18-08 06:46 PM  -  9 years ago
fiogf49gjkf0d
Bofore Radio: Why is your song such a slut?

Tyrone Kahn was quite alarmed once he heard the intro to one of the newer Demented comedy music podcasts, Bofore Radio.

Foolishly, I waded into the subject. "Well, where did you hear the song?" I asked Tyrone.

"I heard it on Manic Mondays!" Tyrone exclaimed without a hint of irony. "It's the theme song for their News of the Stupid segment!"

The bouncy theme music shared by three comedy podcasts is the instrumental Eskimo Pie Is Not A Pie And Contains Very Little Eskimo by Dr. Demento fave Worm Quartet.

Worn Quartet"Hey man! I was just thinking about you — primarily because I just ripped my The Best Of The Red Peters Comedy Music Hour, Volume 1 CD and you're totally flippin' on it," wrote Worm Quartet founder ShoEboX in response to my investigative query.

"My song is a slut because there are only about three comedy artists who have ever put an instrumental on a CD, and Weird Al's Fun Zone has already been overused to death."

Everything's cool, though. ShoEboX gave Tyrone official, first-class, A-1 permission to use his song, and a fast-thinking Odd Austin Aeschliman told Tyrone he also used the song because Tyrone's his podcasting hero and Odd Austin wanted to be just like his hero Tyrone.

Continue reading...
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