So it's actually quite fortunate that this podcast came together fairly effortlessly over the span of just a couple of day. I basically put a list together, and the songs themselves did the bulk of the heavy lifting.
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Intro: Baddd Spellah – "Radio Free Hipster Theme (feat. Beefy)"
I love these guys. For true.
Track 1: Psycosis91 – "Jenova Falls"
This is that Adam WarRock podcast I mentioned. Also, episode one of Gravity Falls is free right now in iTunes.
Z's 1st interlude: "Here's something from my old pal Beefy."
I sort of like that I don't have a proper timetable for when new Beefy joints come out. Makes things more exciting!
Track 2: Beefy – "God Bless America [f. Klopfenpop]"
Track 3: The Plague Sequence – "Atomica!"
This band has a manifesto. Kotaku sort of took the piss out of them as a result, but I got no qualms about the power of a good manifesto.
Track 4: The Hood Internet –"Ignition (Keep It Remixing Louder)"
Yes, I still listen to R. Kelly. Yes, I am aware that this probably makes me a bad person.
Track 5: The Blibbering Humdingers – "Natural 20"
The Humdingers really go out of their way to mine that classic filk sensibility, and my hat goes off to 'em.
Track 6: The MC Type – "Never Grow Up"
Probably my favorite song in this entire episode.
Track 7: John Anealio – "I Wanna Be Loved (House of Lords Cover)"
For those not in the know, this is the original. Little different, eh?
Z's 2nd interlude: "We switched gears."
Indeed I am the master of the unceremonious transition!
Track 8: A-1 – "Reading Rainbow"
I still listen to After School Special pretty much weekly. So good.
Track 9: Kirby Krackle – "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
Kyle loves ukulele ballads.
Track 10: Navi – "Young, Wild and Free (Remix)"
Navi, formally of Metamystiks, Inc. currently of The Whole Damme Delegation.
Track 11: tanner4105 – "DLR"
How much actual DLR is in this track? Just enough, my friend. Just enough.
Z's final interlude: "Everybody knows Larry."
Which is a great name for a sitcom.
Track 12: Mouth's Cradle – "Computer" / "Help Computer" dialog
Just in case any of y'all aren't familiar with that old internet gem.
I reckon many of you will soon be en route to Orlando, so I hope this serves as adequate travel music. I think it's a right fine mix, but what the fuck do I know?
Here's wishing you all an enjoyable Nerdapalooza, and a safe journey there and back.