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  1. Hour of Slack #1271 - Ground Zero Mostel, Live 8/22/10

    A live broadcast from WCSB Cleveland in which we dare to tackle the misconstrusions about what happens when "Bob" is "that way," "Down there." The first 20 minutes are brand new collages and songs by Fernandinande LeMur, Rev. Hazel of the Windmills, SlanderBob, The Rudy Schwartz Project, Rev. Norel Pref and Morgan Gutendag. Then (with background music by The Rudy Schwartz Project, The Psycho Skeletons and The Large) Princess Wei R. Doe, Lonesome Cowboy Dave and Rev. Ivan Stang cover the key issues of our age, such as racism, class division and the controversey over the upcoming NYC devival being held near Ground Zero in a temporary SubGenius Mosque. The show ended with Wei dancing topless around a big bonfire built by her fans in the station parking lot. This was appropriate because August 22 was Go Topless Day.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee

  2. Hour of Slack #1270 - SubGenius Old Pro Show - Dr. Hal, Dave, Susie, Philo, Stang

    13X-Day Drill, July 3, Conspiracy Year 2010 - we recorded an Hour of Slack show on stage before a live audience with Dr. Hal, Rev. Susie the Floozie, Dr. Philo Drummond, Lonesome Cowboy Dave and Rev. Ivan Stang. Except for Puzzling Evidence, these are the SubGenii to blame for the three hoary SubGenius radio shows that have been on the air for decades — up to three decades, in fact. That show is intercut with new collages by Rev. Heart Ignition, sermons from 13 X-Day by Rev. D. Lister and Rev. Richard Skull, and a jam/song by 6 Fisted Tails of Connie (Philo, Pisces, Rev. Angry Larry, Rev. Suds Pshaw, Rev. Phil, Rev. Bunny Day on this particular line-up). Upcoming events are also predicted - The NYC Devival (Oct. 9) and the DEVOtional (Aug. 28).

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  3. Skeptoid episode 219: Stalin’s Human-Ape Hybrids

    It was the Soviet dictator’s dream: Soldiers with no fear, with superhuman strength and endurance, who would follow any order, eat anything, and ignore pain or injury. Workers who could do the labor of ten men without complaint, with no thought of personal time off, and no desire for pay.

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  4. Hour of Slack #1269 - 13X-Day Live Rants, Music / DRUGS Theme

    This episode assembled itself from various dope-related contributions by our best collagiasts (including LeMur, The Large and the newly-returned Heart Ignition), mixed with semi-appropriate cuts from the 13 X-Day live events: music, rants, and other mischief. It is a joyous celebration indeed. Munky Hyv, Rev. Jannus, Phat ManDee (three songs!), Tommy Amoeba, Jere Faison and Rev. Crazy Jim Jones are represented. We also hear, despite the taint of slight popularity, somewhat commercial recorded music by DEVO and Jonathan Coulton.

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  5. Hour of Slack #1267 - World of Drills (Live July 25 ‘10)

    Half live show from July 25 with Lonesome Cowboy Dave calling in, half collages plus one of our favorite moments from 13X-Day Drill: Pope David Lee Black’s rant over the Sunday night jam band (6 Fisted Tails of Connie). Collages are by LeMur, The Large, Mr. Rection and Heart Ignition. Subjects covered in live portion: Oil Drill Spills as weapons; dentist drills; X-Day Drills; the Abortion of J. R. "Bob" Dobbs; "Bob" knows pickin’; "Bob" as a Nut Job; goats; ear hairs. Finally, a Phineas Narco "Bob" song.

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  6. Mondo Diablo Episode 265: Doctore Legume presents The Death Cult that Controls American Minds: Don’t Be Lured!

    Dottore Legume Ranted/Preached this screed many years ago, and it’s just as relevant today, if not more so, than it was oh, so many years ago.

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  7. Hour of Slack #1266 - 13X-Day Special with Dr. Hal, Philo Drummond & Pisces live

    Four live Hours of Slack were recorded at the stage during the 13X-Day Drill, along with three Ask Dr. Hal sessions, five bands and a dozen preachers. The bulk of this episode is the first of the outdoor Hours of Slack, recorded July 1 with Rev. Stang, Dr. Hal, Priestess Pisces and Dr. Philo Drummond. Interspersed with that are impromptu songs by 6-Fisted Tails of Connie (the X-Day Drill jam band) and collages by Lemur, Sweetness McGee and the returned maestro, Heart Ignition. We also hear some clips from the Shanghai Devival, first big SubGenius show in Asia. Praise Pater Nostril for making the 13X-Day recordings. (Jam-band musicians include Rev. Angry Larry (The Amino Acids), Dr. Sinister, Dr. Philo Drummond (The Swinging Love Corpses), Rev. Phil, Rev. Suds Pshaw (Munky Hyv), Priestess Pisces, Rev. Bunny Day, Senator Speck, DJ Shaver and others.)

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee

  8. Hour of Slack #1265 - Rev. Susie the Floozie’s Post-X-Day Special

    We returned from 13X-Day Drill (and Starwood Festival, which followed on its heels) with so many hours of great recordings that merely the labeling alone will take a week. Meanwhile, to buy ourselves more editing time, we present one last X-Day related rerun, a classic episode of Rev. Susie the Floozie’s "Bob’s" Slacktime Fun House from WREK Atlanta, her Post-X-Day Special. It’s heartbreaking — heartbreakingly good. Next week will begin a series of Hours of Slack combining "live" shows we did with Dr. Hal, Philo Drummond and many others, and crazed new bands and ranters, all recorded at the 13X-Day stage, Starwood and environs.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee

  9. Skeptoid # 213: Mozart and Salieri

    The legend first entered the public consciousness, in a significant way, with the 1984 movie Amadeus. In it, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was killed by his jealous rival, the court composer Antonio Salieri. Salieri cleverly took advantage of Mozart’s fondness for drink, his financial crisis, and his obsession with pleasing his deceased father, and tricked Mozart into working himself to death.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee

  10. Hour of Slack #1264 - Ultimate Old-School X-DAY Special - Rerun of #534 (1996)

    We are now off-world (or about to be), and refuse to produce new shows. Instead, we present a beloved oldie. And we are presenting it two weeks early, as we will be either on the Saucers or at Starwood, and won’t want to mess with posting shows then. Back in 1996, just before the very first X-Day Drill at Brushwood, I, Stang, assembled this ultimate X-Day collage, song and rant special, utilizing the best UFO-related clips from our old Media Barrage albums (from the 1980s!) as well as the finest new stuff of the time, such as Nenslo’s X-Day anthem and Papa Joe Mama’s first X-Day sermon. You’ll hear the infant voices of Puzzling Evidence, Dr. Philo Drummond, Dr. Hal, all the Churchly old-timers beck when they were mere 30-somethings and even 20-somethings. It is a trip back in time — and yet, a trip into a BRAVE BRAVE FUTURE! More about X-Day:


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