The clips were lifted from an old Hour of Slack show from 1999, which included clips from a documentary that may not exist called "Countdown to X-Day." This was to be the last X-Day, as they were all expecting the X-ists to come down in their pleasure saucers in a trail of destruction, waiting to present their minister cards as passage onto the ships. These recordings were of their excitement and disappointment, and the beginning of many years of disappointment, waiting for that one day when it will really, truly be July 5th, 1998.
Rev. Susie the Floozie hosts this amazing blend of SubGeniusry. Many SubGenii were in Atlanta for a devival at the huge weirdo convention DragonCon, and Susie snuck a few old-timers into the studios of WREK at Georgia Tech to record 2.5 hours of bulldada. The main blabbermouths are Rev. Susie, Priestess Pisces, St. Byron Werner (Rural War Room), and Rev. Ivan Stang. In this episode we also hear as much of Pisces’ rant as is possible to play on public supported stations, plus a Negativland cover by The 180 Gs, location recordings of amusing DragonCon events such as the SuperVillain Contest, and something … catchy.
Princess Wei R. Doe considers our recent WREK Atlanta recordings to be the FUNNIEST SubGenius radio ever. Rev. Susie the Floozie hosts and guest DJ St. Byron Werner (Rural War Room, Famous Potatos) mixes while Rev. Ivan Stang and Priestess Pisces try to keep up. Also included: new and tear-jerking "Bob" hymn from The Mutant Mountain Boys, new music from The Attery Squash and The 180 Gs, plenty of new LeMur collage, and Rev. Susie the Floozie’s stage rant from DragonCon 2009..
Excitement, anticipation and severe brain damage mark this episode recorded live at the WCSB studio, as Stang, Lonesome Cowboy Dav, Princess Wei and numerous collagiasts and singers prepare for the upcoming end of Pink Human civilization on July 5. Includes a marvelous collage by Rev. Susie the Floozie about "Bob" Dobbs, X-Day and the Church of the SubGenius. Odd note: this particular show was videotaped by a director who was in town getting footage for an authorized documentary about DEVO. At least, the part that happened in the studio was videotaped.