Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
My philosophy is, generally that 90% of everything is crap. Given that, it means that 10% of everything is the best of that...so, keep an open mind, and look for the good part of everything, it opens your horizons.
opened up with a CD that came in the mail, Last Night's Stand -- "Paper Toys and Burning Bridges". Tried "Stunning Siamang Vocal Performance"...." then, Jackie Mason "The Dating Scene is a Fraud" and "...at the Royal Opera House in London(pt3)".
Then, Diana Krall does "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby?"; followed by a Dr. Demento selection, "Homo Truck Drivin' Man". Had to follow that with a rendition of "Stairway to Heaven", as done by Tiny Tim and Brave Combo. After that, you need a beer, so here's the Dropkick Murphys debating about "Irish Stout vs. German Lager". Bookkended the set with "Is You Is..." as done by the Dutch Swing College Band.
Next set, Fatboy Slim & Celeda - Star 69 (What The Fuck And Dance) (Eitibi White Label Mix), and then a group called Fear Before The March of Flames doing "Go Wash Your Mouth, I Don't Know Where It's Been", and also "On The Bright Side, She Could Choke". Hmmm.
Here's George Carlin, on "Self Help Books", and then....the drop: off to You Tube, for "10 Most Brutal Drops of 2011", followed by "Cookie Monsta Ginger Pubes Dubstep".
wuhwuhwuhwuhwuh - mwow, mmmwooow..
.Here's Frank Zappa's take on the decline of the music business, and then a live "Broken Hearts Are For Assholes".
Always room for Jello? Here he is giving a Public Speech, this was just before the war started, and he was right on point. Here's one called "Die For Oil, Sucker", and then "Hellburbia", a talk about the Columbine incident. So, it made sense to play "Sheena's In A Goth Gang" by The Cramps, and then mixed it up with Girl Talk, "Bounce That". That last cut was called "Accordion-Russian Folk Music - Dmitriev - "