Decade of the Gregorian calendar (1980â€“1989)
Website: http://www.synthzone.netSynth Zone Radio: http://www.synthzone.net/radioSupport The Show: http://www.patreon.com/SynthZoneInstagram/IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/bigray826/YT: https://www.youtube.com/synthzoneMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/synth-zoneSynth Zone 218 (10/17/21)Host: ℞ayzor (Raymond Garcia)Location: Coalinga, CA USAMusic Tracklist:Akurø & Anuman - First Mission: Saturn (00:38)℞ayzor's Break 1 (tubebackr – 87 Feet) (05:06)3FORCE - Doomsday Codex (07:06)Iterations - 500 (Radio Edit) (12:34)JATA - Crazy Game of Phobias (17:20)JNNY COBRA - A ... Two Fries And A Coke (21:11)SPRAY - Felicette (Space Cat) (25:22)Bunny X - Go Back Feat. SelloRekt/LA Dreams (29:31)Catherine Moan – Wasted (33:13)Cult of Neon – Atonement (36:22)Hotel Pools – Mist (39:52)Hugin & Hampus - The future (42:27)Jessie Frye - Ice Cold (46:37)LAU – Undecided (50:25)LazerTape84 - Sounds from Matrix 1000 (54:30)℞ayzor's Break 2 (Danya Vodovoz – AUTO) (59:01)Shortwire – Slipstream (01:00:18)Like Post & Brad Rock - Love U (Retrowave Mix) (01:03:58)Mondmann & CONNOR - Daylight (Original) (01:09:10)Monowoman – 2084 (01:13:25)NOCK – Sävläv (01:17:22)oDDling – Vivid (01:21:30)Popcorn Kid - Moment in Time Feat. Noxigen (01:24:12)Power Rob - Love Ain't Good Enough (01:27:46)Rayne Reznor - Afterglow (Fading Away) Feat. Samtar (01:32:05)Saint Innocent – Midlife (01:35:44)SilverHawk & Waves On Waves - Dirty Dancing (01:38:41)Smitech Wesson – Azra (01:42:32)Space Cassette – Heatwave (01:46:13)The Last Concorde - Cold Heart (01:49:57)Vladmsorensen - Midnight Theory Feat. Aaron Trincado (01:54:27)℞ayzor's Break 3 (Danya Vodovoz – Paranormal) (01:59:02)Zak Vortex & Young Empress - Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac Cover) (02:00:06)
Spooky Stories - Part 2Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, we call these stories... The Tale of My Friend's Haunted House, The Tale of Spontaneous Combustions...or Demonic Hellfire, The Tale of the Missing Head, The Tale of the Haunting Voice.We asked you to tell us some scary stories and once again, you delivered! Thank you, Meghan, Jason, @missmandyberry and Matthew, for sharing your stories with us! Stay tuned for more throughout spooky season!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Dead Spawn by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
This week Heather and Jameson are joined by bonafide Gen X superstar music expert guest Guy! Reliving his college radio days, Guys dusts off his legal pad and graces the podcast with his massive musical knowledge as the trio explores MTV's alternative music program 120 Minutes launched in 1986. Jameson delights everyone with the origins of the band names Nickelback and Lynyrd Skynyrd. And who doesn't miss Strawberries music stores and mixtapes?
It's time for another game of This or That: Halloween Edition! Play along as we compare Halloween movies, tv shows, music and more...and see if you agree!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
Will, Ray and Kat discuss current 1980s news including the retirement of David Lee Roth and a possible "Quantum Leap" reboot. Then, the connect nine 1980s horror movie franchises using Easter Eggs and other in-movie references. Play along to see if you can identify the films from the clues before Ray and Kat do. To listen to bonus episodes, support the show on Patreon visit www.patreon.com/1980snow. For more episodes of 1980s Now (formerly The 80its) and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled.
Website: http://www.synthzone.netSynth Zone Radio: http://www.synthzone.net/radioSupport The Show: http://www.patreon.com/SynthZoneInstagram/IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/bigray826/YT: https://www.youtube.com/synthzoneMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/synth-zoneSynth Zone 217 (10/10/21)Host: ℞ayzor (Raymond Garcia)Location: Coalinga, CA USAMusic Tracklist:Galaxy Racer - In Chase Of Time (00:38)℞ayzor's Break 1 (tubebackr – 87 Feet) (05:08)Iversen - METLINE BLUES (07:44)808weeds - Morning Star (12:38)A.L.I.S.O.N & Krosia – Seagulls (16:43)Aftermour - Vanishing Control (19:56)Allan Ertman - Just In Time (24:07)Arwelone - Into the Night Feat. Camille Glemet (27:39)BT-84 - So Far Away (32:39)Catstronaut84 - Since You Been Gone (37:00)Decisive Koala - Cascading Lights (40:07)Deltalphaxray - Neon Perfection (43:24)Earmake - Santa Monica Pier Feat. Waves on Waves (47:44)Flávio La Barre & Introspektro - Magic Kite (53:56)℞ayzor's Break 2 (Danya Vodovoz – AUTO) (57:30)NINA - Gold Heart (58:49)Gemini Drive – Nightmoves (01:02:48)Jasper De Ceuster – Wireframe (01:06:29)Johnny Ola - Galaxy Shuttle (01:10:31)LAU – Undecided (01:15:42)Michael Kross - Beachlife 1985 (01:19:48)New Arcades – Fractured (01:22:52)Saint Innocent - Midlife (01:27:13)Shortwire & Techlash – Prosthetics (01:30:10)Space Sailors – Nebula (01:33:59)Syst3m Glitch - Raining in Tokyo Feat. Dimi Kaye (01:38:07)T-120 – Maintenance (01:42:24)Thought Beings - New Flesh (01:45:29)Unhheard Sirens Inc. - We Are The Renegades (01:48:34)℞ayzor's Break 3 (Danya Vodovoz – Paranormal) (01:53:19)Waveshaper - Lost in the Cloud (01:54:04)
Occult Series. Episode #2 of 4. In 1980s Japan, mizuko spirit attacks, or hauntings by the spirits of aborted fetuses, were on the rise among middle school and high school girls. Listen to one Japanese teen's testimonial: “You probably won't believe it, but mizuko spirit attacks are really frightful. Last summer, I got knocked up. I went to the hospital for an abortion, but about a week later, I started hearing the crying voice of a baby in the middle of the night, coming from inside me. Soon after that, a red blob came out of me, and when I looked at it closely, it looked like a baby. I was so scared! So last Sunday I went to a temple in Kamakura and offered incense before a statue of Mizuko Jizō. That's what happened to me. Be careful, everybody!” This exact scenario DID happen to many young women in Japan in the 1980s. There was a sudden uptick in mizuko spirit attacks among young women and a media blitz about this phenomenon. But what are mizuko attacks exactly? And which came first? The media blitz or the hauntings? How were young women supposed to get rid of them? And what did this all mean? Find out in today's episode about the history of mizuko spirit attacks. Find transcripts and show notes at: www.digpodcast.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week I went to the theatre to see 'Back to the Future the Musical' and decided to record an episode of the SpielbergPod to gather my thoughts on the show (Please note- I make it clear when I'm getting into 'spoiler territory', in case you are thinking of going to see the show).
John and Jeni talk about the food they ate (or didn't eat) at the Renaissance Festival. From the mini corn dogs to the salacious sausage on a stick, we give you the play-by-play. We also cover food news topics including Cracker Jack soda, airline food fetishists, mustard wine and fudge made on a grave stone. Thanks for listening!!!
"If it takes us over, then it has no more enemies, nobody left to kill it. And then it's won." For Episode 182, Brandon and Thomas kick off our Body Horror Series by discussing John Carpenter's classic horror film THE THING. Listen as they talk about how it fits into the genre, its troubled production, and why the film was poorly received when it was released. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spooky Stories - Part 1Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, we call these stories... The Tale of the Life Size Barbie and... The Tale of the Doppelgänger Roommates! We asked you to tell us some scary stories and once again, you delivered! Thank you, Ana & Amber, for sharing your stories with us! Stay tuned for more throughout spooky season!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Dead Spawn by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
This week, Heather and Jameson explore Dial MTV, a daily top 10 music video countdown show launched in 1986. Viewers called 1-800-DIAL-MTV to request a video or chat with bands live (spoiler: now a sex line, Jameson pressed 1 immediately). Our favorite Gen Experts discuss the “Cru Rule”, benefits of high hair and mullets, and explain both Strawberries music stores and the Lilith Fair. We hear what happens when Jameson is left unsupervised and lore of the world's naughtiest swim team. Heather makes Jameson watch the ever-cool 1986 “Addicted to Love” video by Robert Palmer (https://tinyurl.com/df8ds5su) and Jameson tells us about “the Podfather”, Adam Curry (check him out on the Joe Rogan experience: https://tinyurl.com/sbr9su8, and for the record, Heather and Jameson are not Joe Rogan fans, but liked this bit). For next week, check out the “Best of MTV's 120 Minutes” (https://tinyurl.com/ec2yh7ae).
In honor of Spooky Season I'm counting down my 31 favorite horror films of the 1980s. If you're big into the genre, this list may seem pretty safe - as there aren't too many deep cuts... if you're a casual fan this is the list for you! And if you don't like scary movies at all, you may just wanna skip this one. Or don't - it'll make me sad. This episode is pretty straightforward, with a few of my occasional neurotic moments popping by to say hello. Enjoy! Or try to. :) Edit 10/4/21 *Due to the overwhelming support I received over this installment, I'll be expending on my thoughts on films from this list in blog form. Please be patient, as it'll take time to get this completed. In the interim, here are the trailers for these films. 31. The Gate (trailer - 1987) 30. The Hitcher (trailer - 1986) 29. Maximum Overdrive (trailer - 1986) 28. The Blob (trailer - 1988) 27. Return of the Living Dead (trailer - 1985) 26. House (trailer 1986) 25. Christine (trailer - 1983) 24. April Fool's Day (trailer - 1986) 23. Child's Play (trailer - 1988) 22. Videodrome (trailer - 1983) 21. Silver Bullet (trailer - 1985) 20. Near Dark (trailer - 1987) 19. Night of the Comet (trailer - 1984) 18. Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (trailer - 1982) 17. Re-Animator (trailer - 1985) 16. Day of the Dead (trailer - 1985) 15. The Monster Squad (trailer - 1987) 14. Gremlins (trailer - 1984) 13. Pet Sematary (trailer - 1989) 12. Friday the 13th (trailer - 1980) 11. Hellraiser (trailer - 1987) 10. Creepshow (trailer - 1982) 9. The Fly (trailer - 1986) 8. The Lost Boys (trailer - 1987) 7. Fright Night (trailer - 1985) 6. An American Werewolf in London (trailer - 1981) 5. Evil Dead (trailer - 1981) 4. A Nightmare on Elm Street (trailer - 1984) 3. The Thing (trailer - 1982) 2. Poltergeist (1982) 1. The Shining (1980)
The '80s are alive and well in our souls -- and on Axe of the Blood God, too. This week, Nadia and Kat are joined by their good pal Jason Wilson as they continue the PC RPG Quest. It all started in the '70s, but PC RPGs got a major boost thanks to the rapid growth of the home computer market. It's a very important chapter of RPG history. After all, without Ultima, Wizardry, or SSI's Gold Box games, there'd be no Dragon Quest or Final Fantasy. What a sick, sad world that would be. Also in this episode: A new Nintendo Direct brings a deluge of RPG news, and Super Mario now shares his soul with Chris Pratt. Mama Mia!
We're back next week with a new episode. Meanwhile, flashback to a prior episode when Will and Ray review some of the strangest urban legends of 1980s movies and determine whether they're true. To support the show on Patreon visit www.patreon.com/1980snow. For more episodes of 1980s Now (formerly The 80its) and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled.
We asked you for your favorite Halloween TV episodes and you answered! We had so many to choose from that we broke it down into three categories! The first one we're covering is... TV sitcoms! We picked the most popular responses from Roseanne, Home Improvement, TGIF shows, Martin and How I Met Your Mother! It's Part 2, the awards show! Come see our winners and losers! Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
Website: http://www.synthzone.netSynth Zone Radio: http://www.synthzone.net/radioSupport The Show: http://www.patreon.com/SynthZoneInstagram/IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/bigray826/YT: https://www.youtube.com/synthzoneMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/synth-zoneSynth Zone 216 (10/3/21)Host: ℞ayzor (Raymond Garcia)Location: Coalinga, CA USAMusic Tracklist:Disconscious - Enter Through the Lobby (00:42)℞ayzor's Break 1 (２８１４ - ふわっと_Drifting) (05:25)aquaCola - nightdriving __ 四 (06:54)Architecture in Tokyo - ヒスイ MARBLE Feat. ULTRA ウルトラ (09:27)Dooby Douglas - 熱帯のワイフ Feat. Windows96 (11:54)ESPRIT 空想_ DAYDREAM (14:49)Infinite Quazar – Skyline (17:29)MACROSS 82-99 - Fun Tonight (19:01)MAITRO - SNAKE WAY 蛇の道 (21:38)Mitch Murder – Frost (24:26)SelloRekT _LA Dreams - Mystic Corner Blues (28:48)Silver Richards - Happy Hour (33:28)t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者 - 永遠に生きる (Live Forever) (36:35)VECTOR GRAPHICS – DESTINE (43:46)Whitewoods - Beach Walk (48:34)ファンクGROOVE-FM – READY (50:45)猫 シ Corp. - Special Discount (52:07)SAINT PEPSI – Better (54:02)
“I can't exist by myself because I'm afraid of myself, …because I'm the maker of my own evil.” This quote is a pretty good metaphor for the theme of this movie… maybe? Join your faithful Grue-Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they relish Metrograph's brand new 4K restoration […]
“I can't exist by myself because I'm afraid of myself, …because I'm the maker of my own evil.” This quote is a pretty good metaphor for the theme of this movie… maybe? Join your faithful Grue-Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they relish Metrograph's brand new 4K restoration […]
Thank you for tuning in!On today's episode we will be discussing Strawberry Shortcake, the brainchild of American Greetings, a greeting card company based in the United States. Her origins date all the way back to the 1970s. You will learn all about her rise in popularity and the various incarnations that have been developed over the past 4 decades. It's quite an interesting story so thank you for tuning in!Reach out to me anytime-Email: email@example.comInstagram: @popcultureretrospective Twitter: @popcultureretro
It's time again for the spookiest month of the year and Doug's happy as anything. On this episode, Jamie doesn't want to hear a damn thing about Caroline in the City, Doug tries so hard to get that Zelda Rubenstein voice but it just comes out sounding like Dolly Parton, and we both kinda want to live in this Spielbergian/Hooper mashup suburbia. Take your kid's bike out to get some beer, stack your kitchen chairs on the table, and join us as we discuss a film that we can only imagine had parents at the time wondering just exactly what a movie needed to do to earn an 'R' rating, Poltergeist!We begin the episode with an introduction from Felissa Rose and end with a Sleepaway Camp tune from Poltergeist OD! Check out his music and videos on YouTube.Consider supporting the show on Patreon Full episodes are available on: Blame it on Rio The House on Sorority Row A He-Man and She-Ra Christmas The Hollywood Knights The Great Outdoors Silver Bullet One Magic Christmas The Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Under the Cherry Moon Haunted Honeymoon CommandoBeverly Hills Madam Happy Birthday to Me A Christmas Dream A Garfield Christmas SupergirlGarlic is as Good as Ten Mothers Who's Harry Crumb Missing in Action 2: The Beginning Revenge of the Stepford Wives Evil Dead II DuneA Claymation Christmas CelebrationHoward the DuckHow to Beat the High Cost of LivingThey LiveThis House PossessedMonkey Shines& more.. Including our 80's Handshake 5, 90's Handshake 5, Questions and Answers, Interviews & covering/ranking all movies in the Friday the 13th Franchise! Merch on TeePublic Visit our WebsiteVisit our YouTube ChannelFollow us on TwitterAnd on InstagramFind us on Facebook
We asked you for your favorite Halloween TV episodes and you answered! We had so many to choose from that we broke it down into three categories! The first one we're covering is... TV sitcoms! We picked the most popular responses from Roseanne, Home Improvement, TGIF shows, Martin and How I Met Your Mother! Be sure and stay tuned for Part 2 where we present awards for best costume, scariest, best plot & much more!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
In this short preview, writer/director Chris Burke gives us a preview of what's coming in November with Season 2 of Under Dead Water. We now have a weekly twitch stream, Thursday nights, 9PM EST with our cast and crew- special guests from the world of film, TV and podcasting, micro-performances and free merch give-aways. Access our "Motherlode Editions", extended episodes and bonus music tracks on bandcamp.com .Support the show on Patreon.Join our Discord for chat with cast and crew, percs and behind-the-scenes info.Follow us onTwitter: @glomagTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mandiblejudyInstagram: @mandiblejudyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mandiblejudyYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/glomagIf you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Podchaser.com. It only takes a few minutes and will help us grow our audience.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/glomag)
1980 was the year that began the decade, but 1981 really brought us right into it. This is a year that had some notable pop-culture moments that changed the world forever. In this episode, we look back at the movies, music, TV shows, sports, and other big events that shaped this year. And 1981 can be defined by one gigantic, global event. This is also the year that a lot of big TV shows debuted, one of the biggest movies ever was released, and some big advancements started to happen in technology. Show Notes: 1981 Support the Show: patreon.com/80s
This week Heather and Jameson take a break from their very scientific and accurate historical analysis of MTV in this special bonus episode as they are joined by elder millennial and Clue superfan Eddie Jones to talk about the 1985 classic film “Clue”. Eddie shares his earliest memories of watching Clue and turtle soup and recalls his own stage adaptation of the film (which led to a cease and desist, of course). The trio offers other board games for film adaptation (hello, Sorry!) and talk about the pivotal singing telegram scene as the Venn Diagram with MTV (https://tinyurl.com/pz8v6hc). Jameson explains the origins of “Break A Leg” (https://tinyurl.com/a66mhx74) and Eddie has everyone watch Toni Braxton “You Make Me High”. Next week Heather and Jameson will talk about Dial MTV, the precursor to TRL.
Will, Ray and Kat discuss current 1980s news including a reboot of "Lost Boys" and Martin Kove's debut on "Dancing with the Stars." Then, the trio discusses what changes, if any, turning 50 years old brings. They also review the several 1980s films that include the phrase "I'm getting too old for this." Also, Will leads the group through a game that will help them determine their "real age." To support the show on Patreon visit www.patreon.com/1980snow. For more episodes of 1980s Now (formerly The 80its) and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled.
Website: http://www.synthzone.netSynth Zone Radio: http://www.synthzone.net/radioSupport The Show: http://www.patreon.com/SynthZoneInstagram/IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/bigray826/YT: https://www.youtube.com/synthzoneMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/synth-zoneSynth Zone 215 (9/26/21)Host: ℞ayzor (Raymond Garcia)Location: Coalinga, CA USAMusic Tracklist:The Midnight - Days of Thunder (00:38)℞ayzor's Break 1 (tubebackr – 87 Feet) (05:46)ARTEMESIS - Drive Feat. Sunnie Williams (08:10)Billy Mays Band – Magnitude (11:14)BY FOREVER - Until It's Over (14:28)Cassetter - Cyber Prison (19:41)Cleeve Morris - Midnight Rider (23:01)delorean.88. - Keep On Running (25:20)DJ Ten - Secrets Feat. HUMAN (28:00)Donbor – Brume (31:44)Droid Bishop - Future Noir (36:45)FM Attack – Ultraviolet (40:14)Jay Diggs - Open Your Heart (46:54)Jay Vintage – Sunshine Feat. Sara Jonas (51:30)Knight One - A Little of You (55:16)Lucy In Disguise - Fluorescent Moon (58:53)
We conclude Hispanic Heritage Month with a look at The Funeral Home, a horror movie from Argentina. We also talk about one of the most tense movies of the year. Plus, where does The Lost Boys rate as one of the all time great horror movies? We also debate the importance of Slumber Party Massacre, Verotika, and...Dire Straits?The Lost Boys is one of the most revered vampire films of all time. Capturing the zeitgeist of the time, the movie is the perfect mix of horror, comedy. and music. With news of a remake, we talk about The Lost Boys' place in history and if we are excited to see the remake. We also talk the upcoming Slumber Party Massacre remake, The original stood out amongst other 1980s slashers for its female director, lack of Final Girl, and its treatment of women. Can the new one live up to that legacy or will it be another tired retread?Surge is one of the most tense movies of the year. Filled with strong storytelling and great performances, the plot relies more on its characters and dialogue to tell a powerful story. We talk about the intensity of the performance, how it made us feel, and if we could relate to the protagonist. We also discuss why a movie that is this frenzied and chaotic may not be for everyone.We conclude Hispanic Heritage Month with a trip to Argentina. The Funeral Home is a movie about a dysfunctional family that lives in their haunted funeral home. Sound design in a important part of horror movies. But are there times when there can be too much of a good thing? Character development is not the most important part of horror, but what happens when you can't stand anyone? Plus, long drawn out deaths and dying people who have a lot to say.Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com
In this week's episode, Frank and Marc are looking at the debut album by Tears for Fears: The Hurting! They go track by track in this full album review and then Marc has a game for Frank! Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285306009517804/ Instagram: @checkoutthisrecord Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdRbGfkOFg5V58uFx8qoUg/videos Twitter: @checkrecord
Killer clowns, murderous robots, hungry trolls, vengeful campers & thrashing guitar players... what more could anyone want from their horror movies? We asked our Instagram followers for their favorite awesomely bad horror movies... and they delivered! We narrowed it down to five and it was the first time watching Sleepaway Camp, Slumber Party Massacre II, Chopping Mall, Troll 2 and Killer Klowns from Outer Space! Join us as we discuss these films and give out awards for the best (or worst) in 10 different categories!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wedontwannagrowup)
Designing Women, Season 2, Episode 1: 101 Ways to Decorate a Gas StationDear Listeners, we made it to Season 2. The big chair is gone, but the stereotypes are still alive and well.Follow us on Twitter @BakingSugarPodSupport us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/bakingsugarThank you to MrMahaffey for our lovely artwork.Follow him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/MrMahaffeyEtsy Store: www.etsy.com/shop/MrMahaffeyOur Theme Song is Composed by JDRFind the queens on Twitter:Auntie Maim: @MaimMinistrywww.twitter.com/MaimMinistryThe Divine Miss Mims: @divinemissmimswww.twitter.com/divinemissmims#1980s #1990s #auntiemaim #Charlene #comedyqueens #designingwomen #dragqueens #Julia #lgbt #Maryjo #podcast #sitcom #Suzanne #thedivinemissmims #Anthony #Bernice #tv #comedy #tvshow #comedy #classic #kween #yas #pod #newepisode
Who was the best and biggest and most consistent rock band of the 1980s? That's a question that was banging around my head. I have a winner. And you aren't going to like it. Or maybe you will. I was thinking about who truly, really was the kings of rock and roll bands of the 1980s and I can't say no to u2. Springsteen and the E St. Band Right are up there, but The River was 1979. Then it was Nebraska. So Bruce is really one band album in the decade. Petty? Always solid. Prince? I mean, he had 1999 and Purple Rain back to back. Bon Jovi? Def Leppard? We can talk about it. I mean, there were a lot of contenders. Journey? Queen? Late decade Guns and Roses. Van Halen? The Police? That's a lot of great rock and roll. And why is there a distaste that persists for u2? People like to throw stones at Bono. he is earnest above all. The band is so non-ironic, that it scares some people. They reinvent. They tour stadiums and do it well. Some still hate on them. Well, screw them. I'm onboard and I will tell you why. LINKS: U2 Live 1983 US Festival U2 Live in Dortmund 1984 U2 at Live Aid 1985 SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts RADIO SHOW: Rock Pop and Roll Radio Show - Spotify Exclusive - One hour of tunes and talk CONTACT: Show suggestions. Comments. Thoughts. Smiles. All of it. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org TWITTER: @80srockpopandroll FACEBOOK: @rockpopandroll ROB'S INSTAGRAM: @rockrob WEBSITE: rockpopandroll.com
Matthew, Dean, and Scott sit down to talk a little bit about the horror genre before diving into a 5 round draft where the lads build a team of horror films from the 80s that they will pit against each other in a listener poll. That poll can be located on our Discord server which is listed below. To see the details just follow the link below. This episode was recorded LIVE on Discord. LINKS https://ldi.captivate.fm/listen (Podcast Subscription Link) - https://ldi.captivate.fm/listen https://libertystreetgeek.net/product-category/membership-options/ (LSG Media Website) - https://libertystreetgeek.net/product-category/membership-options/ https://libertystreetgeek.net/discord (LSG Media Discord) - https://libertystreetgeek.net/discord
This week, Heather and Jameson explore MTV's first live concert broadcast, Live Aid concerts held on July 13, 1985 in London and Philadelphia. Organized by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure, Live Aid raised funds for famine relief in Ethiopia and MTV broadcasted 16 hours of coverage (check out the coverage here: http://liveaid.free.fr/rewind/mtv/index.html). Heather and Jameson talk about the history of the concert and their favorite moments, including Queen (compare the performance to the film adaptation: https://tinyurl.com/9w64k4m6). Jameson explores Freddie Mercury's life more in “Listen to this Shit” (https://tinyurl.com/33e2shv2). For next week, watch the 1985 film “Clue” (yes, we know that film has nothing to do with MTV, get over it).
The Fat Boys finally make their way to the Grindbin! A movie talked about on the show for years, Disorderlies (1987) is here and it doesn't disappoint. Grab that Dominoes, put some sprouts on it, and chow down with the bin. Guests: Daniel from Moustachioed Podcastio https://linktr.ee/mpodcastio Vaughn from Motion Picture Massacre https://motionpicturemassacre.wordpress.com/
This bonus episode is round two of the multi-podcast collab between Christmas Past, Totally Rad Christmas, and Christmas Clatter. Listen to round one on Christmast Past Podcast with Brain Earl and round three on Totally Rad Christmas with Gerry D.
Will, Ray and Kat discuss current 1980s news including a sequel to "Twins" and whether David Lee Roth is above opening for other bands. Then, the trio discusses their first recollections of Duran Duran just before Will challenges his co-hosts to identify iconic 1980s bass lines. Finally, Will and Kat interview Annie Zaleski regarding Duran Duran and her new book "33 1/3: Duran Duran's Rio." To support the show on Patreon visit www.patreon.com/1980snow. For more episodes of 1980s Now (formerly The 80its) and information about the show visit www.1980snow.com. And for even more 1980s awesomeness visit the80sruled.com or facebook.com/80sruled. Purchase Annie Zaleski's book at https://anniez.com/order-rio-book/. For more information about Annie visit http://anniez.com/.
Website: http://www.synthzone.netSynth Zone Radio: http://www.synthzone.net/radioSupport The Show: http://www.patreon.com/SynthZoneInstagram/IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/bigray826/YT: https://www.youtube.com/synthzoneMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/synth-zoneSynth Zone 214 (9/19/21)Host: ℞ayzor (Raymond Garcia)Location: Coalinga, CA USAMusic Tracklist:Catstronaut84 - Jessie Feat Nikki Simmons & Jamie Barry (00:39)℞ayzor's Break 1 (tubebackr – 87 Feet) (04:30)Gunship - Tech Noir (06:21)Cezary Graf & Gianmarco Fabbretti - Binance Malta Trip (11:11)Knight Sabers - Ephemeral Love Feat. N I N A (14:17)Michael Weber - Night At The Office (17:10)Mitch Murder & Megan McDuffee - Into The Night (21:13)Ninja Sex Party - Don't Lose My Number (24:57)PRIZM - All Night (Cassetter Remix) (29:31)Robert Parker x Eurthmics - Sweet Dreams In The Dark (Rayzor Mashup) (33:50)The Weeknd – Faith (BLAV Remix) (40:50)Ace Buchannon - Never Surrender Feat. Gryff (43:42)All the Damn Vampires - I Can't Go (47:35)Betamaxx & Primo the Alien - Watch Me (50:48)BLIXX 86 - On The Run Again (54:08)℞ayzor's Break 2 (Danya Vodovoz – AUTO) (57:39)Highway Superstar - By My Side Feat. Frankmusik (59:07)Bunny X - Can't Wait Feat. Sellorekt/LA Dreams (01:02:59)Cult of Neon – Misanthropolis (01:06:45)Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Sim Gretina Remix) (01:09:40)Dreamreaper – Automatum (01:13:05)Emil Rottmayer – L.E.V.E.L (01:17:21)Essenger - After Dark (01:22:43)Gryff - Something 2 Hold (1984 Mix) (01:26:20)Kavinsky - First Blood (01:29:51)Kotovsky86 - Midnight Eye (01:32:53)LAU - Always On My Mind (01:36:54)Moonrunner83 & Megan McDuffee – Streets (01:40:30)Nina - Your Truth (Original Mix) (01:44:32)Ollie Wride - The Driver Feat. The Night Hour (01:48:52)Primo the Alien - Do It Again (01:52:53)℞ayzor's Break 3 (Danya Vodovoz – Paranormal) (01:56:05)Von Kaiser - Shadows On Mars (01:56:57)
“Smokes. Smokes, I got joints and bags. Nickel and dime bags. Gold Colombia smoke. I got acid, blotters, rainbows, windowpanes, speed, downs …” This goes on at some length so you'll just have to check out the podcast to hear Chad do the whole spiel. Join your faithful Grue-Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill […]
Our ten-part celebration of the 80s concludes, just as the 80s did, with 1989. Top 40 radio was ruled by Milli Vanilli, the New Kids, and hair metal. It was a problem. But at least we had telepathic Australian dolphins, thanks to Kornflake's favorite short-lived TV show, Dolphin Cove. Kornflake also has a list of celebrities who showed up for 1989's Circus of the Stars. (Was the cast of Growing Pains mauled by a tiger? Hey, we can dream...) And we're celebrating the 50th birthday of Alfonso Ribeiro, star of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Silver Spoons, and goofy breakdancing ads. Also: Chickens in the News brings us all the way to a New Zealand preschool, where the safety of the children has been entrusted to a clueless hen. We approve. Kevin's defense of Legends of the Superheroes in Classic Sci-Fi Court! And our regular links... The Flopcast website! The ESO Network! The Flopcast on Facebook! The Flopcast on Instagram! The Flopcast on Twitter! Please rate and review The Flopcast on Apple Podcasts! Email: email@example.com Our music is by The Sponge Awareness Foundation! This week's promos: The Watch-A-Thon of Rassilon! Doctor Geek's vaccination PSA!
Exciting bonus crossover alert! Jody joins Esme, Anne, and Emily on Stuck in Stoneybrook to chat about the Baby Sitters Club – in particular, Dawn and the Big Sleepover (#44)! They discuss the psychological benefits of altruism, the white savior-dom of this whole enterprise, and whether Ann M. Martin continued to be influenced by “Dances With Wolves.” Tune in for some '90s Dinosaur Nostalgia, a caramel debate, and to find out which babysitter Jody is. See you sooooon for our NEXT JUDY BLUME BOOK, "Superfudge."Be sure to follow Stuck in Stoneybrook on Instagram at @stuckinstoneybrook and check out more episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher!
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John and Jeni talk about cooking Kugel, Pork Belly Bun and making Ramen Noodles from Spaghetti before getting into this weeks food news. Nerds candy, D&D, Pretzel flavored beer and lab made Kobe Beef are among the many topics discussed this week. Thanks for listening!!!