Monday, April 25, 2005

Dumpster Bust Radio: Podcast #5

Here it is to be dug or buried by all:

Dumpster Bust Radio: Podcast #5

Packed show this week, featuring everything from Goodfellas to ska to the new frontier of communication and community. Where can you find that anywhere else?

Oh: and stamp lickers across the Globe definitely want to check in with this week’s show.

DB Radio #5 Presents

Find out how I recorded the show, lost it, then recorded it again with a bold move toward the improvisational.

DB Film Squad: Goodfellas - The Perfect Gangster Film?
The new Perfect Film series kicks off with the one of the all time greats… but is it the perfect gangster flick?

Featured Song #1
“003 ½” by Div & the Divs

Pods Are Mod: The Blogging, Podcasting, Music, & Content Nexus
It’s a revolution of the mind, and we’re gonna crack that nut.

Featured Song #2
“Refugees Us” by Cookiepuss

Cathode Ray Fray
We delve into the best of the week in TV.
This week, special guest Mike Valdman, sometimes known as The Sorest Loser, joins us to slice and dice The Apprentice.

Track Listing for Dumpster Bust Radio #3

Dumpster Bust Radio always has RIAA-free music playing in the background to complement the Featured Songs, which is when you get a break from my tortured vocal yodeling to enjoy some of the best independent and emerging artists on the Planet.

Track #1 (Show Intro) “Black Star” – Apash
#2 “Meltdown” – The Brownies
#3 “Bass Melody with Guitar” – Michael Renkema
#4 (Featured Song) “003 ½” by Div & the Divs
#5 “Cuando Llegera” – Stucky
#6 “Sasquatch in China Camp” - BIF
#7 (Featured Song) “Refugees Us” by Cookiepuss
#7 “Sequencer Funk” – UNIT-E
#8 (Show Outro) “Blue Bird Tattoo” – Circe Link

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