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Topic: Mad Music Hour #233 - 4th of July Show? Weiß der Geier...

Started by: Stavro Arrgolus

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  04-29-19 01:19 AM  -  21 days ago

What comes next will depend on when every last segment of MMS-232 (including any extra segments I want to add - show 232 could easily be 4+ hours) is posted. If it really does take until July to finish, then this will become the Xmas in July show.

And in case you've forgotten, the Xmas in July show this year can't replace the missing Xmas show because that was a year's final Xmas show (Xmas IV) and those always feature "end of Xmas/New Year's material in its final segment. Without fail. No exceptions. It's a holiday tradition and staying that way.

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e8:

Stavro, you have to make the Christmas show in July, this should come later.

e8   Offline  -  Member  -  04-29-19 12:06 AM  -  21 days ago
Stavro, you have to make the Christmas show in July, this should come later.

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Stavro Arrgolus:

Ok, realism time. There was no way in hell this was getting made. Too esoteric. With the site in the state it's in now, this was never going to work.

Time to get practical. I just woke up and decided for some inane reason to go back and actually make the old shows I made threads for, starting with the oldest. This is now the show that will follow the 'most offensive show possible' - you know, when show 232 is completed in July. I've given this show a placeholder name for now. There will likely be another podcast before this one is made.

I'll choose the theme from the big theme list I started in 2013 - unless someone out there has an intricate mind-blowing concept that I've never thought of...keeping in mind I'm picky as hell about these things. If not, FIDIM.

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  04-28-19 10:44 PM  -  21 days ago

Ok, realism time. There was no way in hell this was getting made. Too esoteric. With the site in the state it's in now, this was never going to work.

Time to get practical. I just woke up and decided for some inane reason to go back and actually make the old shows I made threads for, starting with the oldest. This is now the show that will follow the 'most offensive show possible' - you know, when show 232 is completed in July. I've given this show a placeholder name for now. There will likely be another podcast before this one is made.

I'll choose the theme from the big theme list I started in 2013 - unless someone out there has an intricate mind-blowing concept that I've never thought of...keeping in mind I'm picky as hell about these things. If not, FIDIM.

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  07-15-16 03:31 PM  -  2 years ago
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This one's next. I'm going to stick to podcasts & Mad Music Hours until I've got a 2-hour concept I know I can knock out of the park in considerably less than the month show 197 took.

This new show will be as much about contrast as conflict. The point will be comparing groups of whatever for sh*ts & giggles.
A-Log   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  03-12-16 06:45 PM  -  3 years ago
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It's a long shot, but since he's in the political eye...

Ivana Wants My Cash - Jim Zippo & The Zippanoids
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  03-12-16 03:22 PM  -  3 years ago
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A Pink Floyd reference. This show is another one where 'what you see is what you get' (a Flip Wilson reference - ask your parents/grandparents).

The songs will be about groups (of any kind) and how they interact with other groups - hippies & squares, cats & dogs, clean & dirty, political party idiocies, rich & poor, everyone & terrorists. You get the idea.

If you think about it, a large amount of dementia is part of this category in one way or another. If you can think of some, request it here or find its song page and hit the request button for TMMS there. As I say on the show, "I'll get an email the moment you request it."

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