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The Mad Music Podcast #51 - June 11, 2018
Topic: ...And Then The Murders Began
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This week, “...And Then The Murders Began”, a show about...well, the title says it all, doesn’t it? It’s a rollicking half hour full of killing, death and all manner of fun stuff like that. Yes, if it’s wasn’t coughing up blood last night, it’s not in the show.

Listing added by:  Stavro Arrgolus

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Yes, I know I was too close to the mike in the opening. I haven't done this for a while and I always have to relearn everything when I make these shows after months of not making them. (Stavro Arrgolus)
Don't take all the crap I said in the final announce too seriously. The cheap-ass pharmaceuticals from India that make this show recordable pain-free make you say all manner of crap, sit too close to the mike & badly mix the announces whether they were screwed up or not. (Stavro Arrgolus)
Fun Fact: Even though this was a golden example of badly mixed announces (damn meds), it was also an exercise in good song arrangement at the most challenging level (CC content only, a main theme and 2 sub-themes - Tom Smith/fish) along with a "no new songs" rule - just to see if it could be done. If you don't count the crappy audio mix in the announces, I think it came out reasonably well. (Stavro Arrgolus)
More Synchronicity: The show begins and ends with a Worm Quartet song. Except for the "bonus track", which is only there because third party players inexplicably cut out the final 2-3 minutes of every segment. The bonus track is for keeping the legal bits said at the end of each show from being cut out. (Stavro Arrgolus)
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