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Episode 46 · 2 years ago

Ep.#46 Nacho Goblin

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This show is chock full of...well, nuts! We talk the problem with the Police Academy franchise, sucky shticks, celebrity frauds, redneck savants, David Bowie's plastic package, a dead galaxy panic attack PLUS the origins of industrial music and a whole lot more!

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...these police academy movies, I find a lot of stuff really inappropriate. Well, well, yeah, that was the point of the movies, Dude. They really there's like jokes about girls, locker rooms and stead you know, I know, but even then it's like, I don't think, for example, police academy one could not be released today the way. Well, no, way, it is impossible. Way. Yeah, did all those movies like that not to cut you up by like the meat balls, the Porkis the freaking any of those movies, police academy, they're all about trying to get late. Yeah, the ski school movies, like Yeah, and it's all like nowadays it's all the meat to movement, like yeah, you're not going to have a movie like that. Someone like yeah, drilling a hole and peeking in the women's showers and shit like that. Like that sex offender shit. Yeah, and plus it's really there's a lot of racist material. Oh Yeah, yeah, I don't even remember the point where Mahoney says sleep is for fags. Oh Yeah, you know that. You know. I don't know, man. So even me, age forty one, I kind of cringed. I got about that line and I was like, yeah, peeping in on the showers is one thing, did you yeah, you would hear like homophobic slurs a lot back then, things like that, like fairy or this a that. Yeah, that, that was very common. Dude, labor be I remember. I forget what movie was, but I was watching a movie where a kid said, I forget what I think was the gate, the old horror movie. Yeah, she's little kids like yeah, like don't be a fag or don't be various, something like that. I was just like, Holy Shit, it's like a little kid anyway. But you want to talk. He's caught a bundle of sticks. Yes, exactly, is what he's cigarettes, cigarettes, nasty fag smokes. Yeah, there we go. But you know, I watched them all. I had a couple days off from work and I back to back to back, and I have to admit this is a rarity with any film franchise. I don't believe the original is the best film. HMM. I actually think Police Academy for Citizens on patrol not, I swear to God, is a mast of the bunch, and I will fight you over this. Listen that I tend to agree. And I was concerned that it was a certain bias that I had police. I had me with for, I believe, was the first one I ever saw. I think. Well, that was any Sammon, so that came at that that time. Framemak sense was that citizens on Patial, citizens on that Tra that was that's the first one I saw. So that's like I enjoyed it so much when I was a kid. I went back and watch the earlier ones and I think number one may have been the most risk a of them, if I remember like for didn't have for didn't have like nudity or anything, I don't think. And then I don't remember. I'm just saying as a little bray in the s that was a big factor and how I gaged movies it was like they should tits that and like bobs, and I remember specifically like part one did. But I I think by four they were getting a little safer. But well, I mean not safer, but like less like nudity, less risk at and that, I will say. Any for is where they pulled out all their stops, because all of the police academy movies recycle the Gags, all of them. Yeah, it doesn't matter if it's the Blue Oyster, to messing with with the like Harris. Harris returned in this one. He's gone for a couple of them, but you know, sticking things to his face or putting stuff and people shampoo or you ordered right, you know, all this stuff. And even later when they went to Florida, they screw with him with the Suntan Lotion. If you remember, of course, Callahan, the the female officer, the blond one who's snacked. Yeah, like her whole thing about kind of wanted to make love, get a little yeah, Hoochie Coochie, with some of the automn recruits. All that stuff is played out up and down on the board. But number for citizens, citizens on patrol had Ninjas, they had big budgets. That mean there's a end. Jet Skis, Jet Skis. Didn't know the jet skis. No, no, no, that was three, I believe. Oh, that was three that I might be wrong, but I think it was three. I mean, I just watched all these, so they are kind of blending a little bit together. But yeah, no, no, I take your word for it, because but I just number four had the the hot air balloons, okay, okay, and the big sky chase with the planes and sweet chuck, YEA, and Z in the air is nuts its bonds, right, but even let's let's take it down and not compared to like, you know, normal things. We talked about movies with the action and I said it's got Ninjas in it, and that's all fine and Danny, but even the music is better, y, more cinematically scope. Oh yeah, the music's fantastic. It's really good. I don't know, I don't have any notes in front of me or anything, but yeah, we did. That was great, did it? It also had the iconic Yama, Yama, Yama scene. Hey, don't...

...let his VOODOOMMO jumboscary. Of course, Yummyam a Yah. See, yes, that's right, I remember. People may not even remember that scene, but they remember the chance. Hi, hi, Tub you. Do you see that? That's that's fucking wonderful. But I all this is kind of leading me to a new path through the weeds, if you will. Yeah, if you permit me to do so, to travel this round. Is that Bob Kat a gold weight. I'm sure no one expected me to see, you know, shout that name out, but yeah, I was thinking about this because, you know, he was in a couple of the police academy movies, a few of them there. That's probably where he got his his fame. Well, I he was also in one crazy summer, which was another really good movie, of course, but I was thinking about his stick. Yeah, and how fucking played out it was. Oh my God, it was. Yeah, definitely, and could you imagine having a better decade then he had, because he was a one trick pony essentially. Yeah, okay, yeah, I really can't do a good impersonation of what he did, the whole grunting weird yes, like I don't, I can't do it either, but yeah, but it's a kind yeah, as a kin to like Sam Kennison. Right, he was famous for shouting, right, exactly, and Bobcat Gold Weight was basically famous for acting like he woos challenge or little mentally soften the dome. Yeah, exactly, you know, and so in the s they would have said retarded. The exactly right, and then it's fucking band man, that shit from Netflix. No, but I mean seriously, you're right, you know, and that's why later on, when he appeared and scrooged and he was actually spoken normally, I think a lot of people realize for the first time that wasn't the case. Absolutely like, Holy Shit, Firstlas eyes, I'm looking normal. Holy Shit, he can talk like a normal human being. What the hell has been going on all this yet? What is up with that? Jane? Jane made a machine. So Joe Mano Fun and blew the hole damnthing apart. Did I didn't even recognize him when I saw screws. I didn't know until someone had to tell me that's freaking Bob Goldway. I was like holy Shitty cat, like, yeah, I didn't put it together. Is had his glasses on, I think, and scrooge. By the time he started getting a little disheveled and drunk and like beaten down by life, he started to resemble Bobcat. Well, character the bucket. Yeah, you know what, you might be right there. Imagine the meetings with his agent, like he wants to fucking Shakespeare in the park or something like no, no, no, no, no, I want we want the Bobcat, the crazy bobcat we've seen in all these other films before. That's the only kind of Bobcat we want. Yeah, man, so maybe it's not his fault. That was the s though. That was the era of those weird character people. But a lot of them only made it for one movie, like say, yeah, who's serious? Ah, or somebody like that. You know, it was nicotine laced eggs and see, I didn't remember this anyway. Yeah, so, but yeah, I like but it was that age. I say it was that age. I just love how we both laughed at that line and completely lost our train. You know, yeah, it's distracted. Is Distracting. But I want to put this in perspective for possibly anybody, you know, our younger audience, let's say it that way, is it's kind of like a one trick pony, right. Bobcat was known for this type of character. No matter what movie you put him in, they were interchangeable because he always did the same thing. So to compare it to something that we have today. Oh, we've had over the last decade, maybe even a little bit longer. I could be a little off on my timeline. Compare it to the music of pit bull. Oh, there you go. We're's just the same fucking shit over and over again. Exactly. You know exactly this guy. Even if he guests in a song, yeah, somebody else's, it's going to be him. He doesn't sing. Well, he doesn't rap, now, well, he doesn't dance. Well, he's not the I mean, I'm not one to judge, but he's not the most handsome guy. Yeah, well, Hey, so this is what it is. But it called like to see him. I call him like I see him, but he doesn't really have a lot of talent. So Bob can't. I think, being a standup comedian, probably had more talent news pinky finger than pit bulldoz now, but still, I'm trying to say, like the repetitiveness. Sure, sure, you know I was thinking. Why? I was thinking. A name that came to my mind when you mentioned being a one trick pony and getting popular for it was fiking. Is Larry, the cable guy? Oh, yeah, like you know what I mean. Like that guy had it, like made good off of actually all those blue color guys off one sort of character jeff foxworthy exactly. You know, you might be all right read. Yeah, like all that Shit, man, all those guys. This was the guy with hears your saying. It was like...

...another one of those guys. I don't know that guy, thankfully. Yeah, I don't know. Bill involves is okay, but uh, but anyway, yeah, they're all Kinda but anyway. Yeah, that's I want to see someone still wearing like the getter done cap. Seriously, remember how much merch was made over that stupid fucking phrase. Of course, man. Yeah, it's like it's every generation needs their like redneck savant. They're holy, you know, we we just had duck dynasty, which I've never seen it. I don't get it. Yeah, no, I don't. I've never seen it either. But I think everyone's throwing away their get her done has because they had to buy a Maga hat. Oh yeah, that could be interchangeable. Get her done the same demographic eric a great again. Oh God, I want to bomb it. I think I brewing right now. Something's bubbling because it wants to come out. But I don't think you're too far off the mark on that one. I I'm scared to see what was going to come next? I don't know. Yeah, but it's interesting that you brought up Larry the cable guy because, you know, with Bob Kat I guess it was more comparable. Yeah, because, well, you know this Larry the cable guy is supposedly a comedian. Right. And actually, another thing that nauseates me is my kid likes the animated films from Pixar cars. Oh Man, he does in to Mater. Yeah, and every time I hear his voice it's literally nails on the chalkboard, like know, how does this guy even have a career? How does this Guy Living In mansions and shit? Yeah, you know, I just I don't know. I know, and that's what I'm saying is that's just a character. Like there's all footage of Larry the cable guy as his real he did stand up before he created that character. He was just, yeah, I forget his real name, but he's, yeah, just a guy. You know. He was wearing like Polo shirts and shit. And then it's all of any made that character. It's all of them. Is My wife loves that show. Or she did the next food network star. Oh yeah, and that's where like guy fiery came from, and there's some other guy, jeff the sandwich king or something, and I'm watching their show and none of these guys have an identity. They're trying to create something to market so they can be on TV. So none of it's authentic, right. It's all becetious, fucking bullshit. Yeah, and yet they are loved by America and they're treated like they are genuine or that is their thing. But they had trials of Oh, I'm going to be the fucking beef Arroni beefcake or fucking Boisy. No, no, that won't sell. Okay, well then I am diners, drive ins or whatever and dives and I'm going to die my hair blonde. That's it, people going to love it. Yeah, and now you fucking you got places, restaurants and fucking casinos. It Sell Twenty Dollar Nachos. I fucking crazy, is it is crazy. It's fucking is obscene. Yeah, dude, any plays for there selling twenty nacho goose or too much for yeah, it's too much. He's ridiculous. And that now I feel bad to come full circle, like I was kind of shitting on Bobcat gold weight, but at least he fucking yeah, I didn't sell crappy merch or crappy nachos. So I apologize. Mr He's yeah, and Bob Cat, Bob Cat, Bob Gold weight is actually a good director and I like he does. Some of his movies are more like cult heads, I guess, but he has yeah, he's a successful directors behind the scenes now, so good for him. Then, you know he didn't just live off that one character. Yeah, that's true, it's true. He, I mean he made a good mint, made a nice little retirement, fun, I think, off of that, unless he was busy doing cocaine and fucking banging strippers, which I wouldn't fault them for either. Yeah, but still, let me tell you, I now I feel bad. That's not a way to start a show that, you know, making me feel like shit over what I said. Come on to the s. You don't feel bad that the s where that generation again, that decade, where somebody like a Bob Gold towy, bobcat gold they would have been getting laid and doing coke constantly. So I'm sure, I'm sure, he's got, you know, no problems. You know what make me feel better? Let's say, if people listening to this show right now, yes, I'm talking about you. Yes, you go check out our socials. They're easy to find at selling out show. Plus, as an added bonus, if you really, really really want to tickle me pink, leave us a review on Itunes, spotify, iheartradio, all these major platforms that we are on, because reviews are great and makes us more visible to other people out there. So I can maybe someday get rich and successful and sell you a fifty dollar hot dog. It twenty nuches. Yeah, well, that's already been done. You See, I'm trying to pave in a new road here. But now we're going to take a quicky five dollar nug well, the Anti. And yes, we're going to take...

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...that he was wearing the same pants that he was wearing the movie and I could see his like they say, they even carved the authentic Bowie bulge and his pants. Oh yeah, it's articulated. Yeah, did I want to honor Bowie, had it put in his contract. It's like like any full body likeness to it, like action figures or video game characters, must include and display prominently. Mr Bowie's prominent genital clump would be the legal leaves. There is Bowie bulbs, boy, but I prefer genital clump. Yeah, sounds like you need a creamer ointment for yeah, yeah, I don't know if General I had some genital clumps and I went to see the doctor. You know. Oh, yeah, exactly. I mean embarrassing thing to have to visit the doctor for him. All right, this really is like a goiter or elephantitis or something. There's genital clump. No, but I mean did the figure does have a yeah, I guess, you know, fairly accurate genital clump. Yeah, man, so you know, I'm going to probably display that on my shelf and now you say that I almost feel like I should censor it, like put a little yet, put some blurred police sixtels around it, or I don't know. Yeah, you know, but it's a it's a little disconcerting. Did it's kind of like, you know, you know, it makes me think of man, I've mentioned at some point on the show before that I really like the show the leftovers. Yeah, and there's a there was like I remember when the first episode came out, there the big drama was that the main character played by Justin thorow, he he was running in a pair of sweats and is long was like bouncing up and down and it was a cause like quite a stir onlines of the next episode that he was wearing sweats. They made him paral wear like an extra pair of sweat pants over them so is don wouldn't bounce around so much. Yeah, I'm serious. It was bizarre. Well, listen, I'm offended anyway because I believe in support. Huh, you know what I mean. It's like I wouldn't want to be running, I'm it'd be very uncomfortable. Yea, they have you Dong thwacking from this side, whacking to that side. I wouldn't be able to run anymore and have to go home and get tighter undy's. But to wear two pairs of sweatpants? That doesn't seem like a reasonable solution. Yeah, I don't know, man. I guess you'd probably be sweating more with the extra sweatpants, though. You know? Yeah, I think you know. So, even if it's solved one problem, Huh, there would be more of a problem to deal with later. Yeah, some sweating. Yeah, she being Oh God, Oh Lord, that would be a genital genital clump. I gave it can't even come out of my mouth properly. Yeah, that sounds bad too. Yeah, we get a coinness. You know what, we should be making money off of this, like we talked about fucking Larry, the redneck guy. Yeah, we need to have hats to say genital clump, t shirts, socks, even better, support garments for your your actual genital clump. That's it. Pardon my genital clump. Pardon me, Mart I'm sorry. I'm sorry, it's kind of embarrassing, I guess. I guess, I don't know. Yeah, but I had a massive fucking panic attack the other night. That's not embarrassing. I have the I they happened, but I've kind of been on a good stretch, a good a good run, you know, and even in the past when I had them, I've always been very, I don't know, I was good at containing them. Yeah, so other people wouldn't see what was going on with me. Okay, so I could freak out in a fucking room with like fifty people, wow, and no one would be like, oh, there's something wrong with that. Guy called on one. Wow, but this one I couldn't cover up. I was like deeply traumatized, if you will. My wife was like, Oh, what the Hell's the matter with you? And that even took me a back a little bit, like Oh Shit, she sees me, I'm exposed. Yeah, which is like the worst thing when you're in a panic attack and you're trying to contain it, like Shit, yeah, because you don't want looking at me right, I look weird. Yeah, because you don't want people asking you what's the matter, because I don't want to tell you I'm all right. I'm trying to get it out of my brain right now. Yeah, so if it comes out of my mouth, then that makes it even worse. I'm making it bigger, I'm giving it, you know, more of a platform to destroy me. Yeah, you're making it real. Yeah, I don't want to do that. No, I don't want to fucking do that at all. But I did that because because she's like, talk to me, talk to me, please, talk to me. So I told her what was fucking me up, and what it was is I'm not...

...one for news. I don't like watching the news on TV. Newspapers now are virtually extinct. But what I do have on my phone, and I'm sure most people do, it's like a Google news feed where you kind of tailor, yeah, what information you want to be exposed to. Is One of the ways that the Internet is keeping us in our little, our little feedback loop, so we only hear the news that we want to hear it. Well, yeah, yeah, I know, but I'm not. You're right, but I mean I'm not that far into it where it's like I can't hear about this in politics or whatever the case may be. But still it's mostly, to be honest, with these mostly comic books and stuff like that I keep, or sports whatever. But one thing that caught my interest a couple months ago was an interesting article, something about space. I don't know what it was, but it's like you want to see more of this. So I'm like yeah, sure, this was kind of cool. You know, what the Hell? Yeah, Sam School, you know I can be yeah, and in this case it wasn't because the article and I clicked on it. I took the bait, I went in to feed and it was about I didn't really understand any of it, except for their headline, because I'm not smart. But apparently scientists discovered there a dead universe. Oh yes, they said, lived hard and heavy and had something like thirty two sons. I mean yeah, but they were like this universe has been dead for billion into fucking years, and I don't know what it was about it, but the whole try to put my finger directly on the source, but maybe maybe it's mostly because the time thing, like knowing that something could exist for this many billions of years and then just fucking be wiped out and then no one knows it exists anymore until you know so many years later. And I was thinking about that in relation to us in our lives and how I mean we all know. Yeah, we're fairly insignificant. We're on a mudball where hands. We build things, we destroy things, we fucking try to Roup, Yada, Yada, Yada. But you know the whole I don't know, when you start looking into the dark, abyss, yeah, and just think and think, okay, two billion years from now, I'm not going to be here right, yeah, where am I going to be? I'm not going to exist anymore. I mean, I'm not a religious person, so I'm not into heaven or hell or any of these things, and all that shit just kind of like fucking seeped into my brain and it was really just it's fueling the whole panic attack and I decided I couldn't fucking take it. Yeah, I Batman. Do you like? It's bringing up thoughts of mortality in some way, because we're all done. Yeah, eventually we're all gone to die as individual people and be forgotten, but our whole civilization, our whole Freakin Planet, solar system, Galaxy, everything. Yeah, there will come at time where it's all just gone and no remembers it. But Hey, who knows? Yeah, there may not be anyway. We may be the only anybody's there are, or you know, I don't know, it's just it's a when you get into concepts like that, it's like, well, who would be remembering like would you know what I mean? They're it's I don't know, because, like nobody remembers that other universe or whatever that because nobody knew they exist. Like a we didn't even know they were there until they were dead for so long. So yes, we did, we just found it. But I mean even then the boundaries of what we are able to understand and comprehend. I mean, I'm not going right as bulb on the tree. Right to begin with, and as many circumstances, and this being one of them, we started thinking about where is space and where does it start? How did everything, you know, begin? Big Bangs, eything else. I kind of enjoy being blissfully unaware, sure, because my mind just cannot, yeah, grasp it. I can't write, or at least not rationally, where I don't freak out. No, I hear you, men, Dude. Are you saying? So this was an another universe or another like galaxy or Solis, like you know, universe is like everything. That's what it was started when the Big Bang blew up and there is the theory of the multiverse, where there are more than one universe? But are you talking about that? Or that they just because I don't even think they've had evidence of another universe existing at never mind a dead one. But are you saying they found evidence that there was another universe? I'm sorry, it's a galaxy, galaxy. I told you, I'm fucking like, Holy Shit, I'm as dumb in the doorbell. This is a none of the dead galaxies. I actually have the article right in front of me right now. Hopefully I won't freak out on air, because that's no one for anybody. Hopefully don't freak all of us out. No, no, but it says astronomer's discover old dead galaxy. Blah, blah, Blahd and edited A. Let me scroll down. Just some quick hits on this. They identified any, an unusually massive galaxy that form less than a billion...

...years after the universe is created. There's another thing. I don't know how the fuck we can fucking gage time on this early universe. The early universe has this violent period of star formation. I'M gonna get fucking lost in this shit. I. Yeah, yeah, but it is in fact a dead galaxy. Yeah, and I'm sorry, I couldn read that better for you folks out there, but you can google. Just Google Dead Galaxy, yeah, which in itself is just terrifying things. Yeah, Google. It makes me want to wear black. Yes, did go jona call my Goth Ben Dead Galaxy Aalaxy? I'M gonna be like nate is a teenager and we're black knickers. NIGGERS are black. But yeah, I don't know why I want to talk about this today, but it's just one of those things I've bring me out. It is. It's Freaky, like the concept it's of this free the enormity of space is freaky, like just that much empty space between everything, which is almost like it's basically like just it's space. It's not, it's vacuum, and that itself is weird. When you're looking up in the sky at night, it's like just mostly empty space, forever and ever, like, but basically forever, you know, as far as our minds can contemplate, it's forever. Yeah, well, so, yeah, something is here. It's like, you know, it's like the men in black movies where the the whatever galaxy just a marble. Yeah, being played with the aliens. I know and the cats. fucking yeah, there you go. We don't know all or or whatever. Yeah, for all we truly know, we could just be a speck on a large giant genital clump. We could. Yeah, we could just be one genital clump on a on a giant syphiletic cross. WHOA. Oh, enough about that. Let's get a nate's note. Dust up your lps. It's time for nate. No, no. When you hear the term industrial music, what do you think of? The term usually calls to mind bands like nine inch nails or ministry, maybe even the German band Romstein, with their crazy pyrotechnic stage show and pounding synth driven rhythms. For many, the term has just become a subgenre for metal, as though metal needed more subgenres to describe bands like fear factory or static X, who add electronic elements to their music. Basically, when you hear industrial nowadays, in terms of musical description, it just means someone uses a synthesizer or a drum machine in their band in tandem with other typical rock band instruments. Interestingly enough, the origins of industrial music were about as far from rock and roll as you could get. The term itself was coined in the mid S by an interesting character named Genesis P orridge. Genesis was a controversial figure and a performance artist in the UK back in the late s early S, who was influenced musically by Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart, Pink Floyd, German Electronic Pioneers, craft work, experimental composers like John Cage and Carl Heinz Stockhausen, and even by the sounds coming from neighboring factories in Manchester as he grew up. I'm saying he to describe genesis here, because Jen identified as a man at the time. But a few decades later genesis and his wife began a life of Pandrogyny in which both partners went through multiple cosmetic surgeries to become ultimately the same person, each time looking a bit more like each other. They believed that they were two halves of one being. But anyway, back in the S, genesis peoridge took all these noisy influences and started a group called throbbing Gristle, who used unconventional instruments, along with some conventional instruments, just played unconventionally to perform sets of confrontational noise and hypnotic rhythms. And while this was all happening during the same time period that birthed the sex pistols and Punk, a fertile era for music that pushed the boundaries of what was decent or even listenable, throbbing gristle made the pistols sound like Frank Sinatra by comparison. The pistols, as rebellious and anarchistic as they claimed to be, we're still playing traditional verse chorus, Verse Song Structures that were actually quite poppy, distortion and speed notwithstanding. The joke was always that punk bands...

...learned three chords and wrote an album. Throbbing Gristle said why even learn those three chords? They were trying to do something completely new, untethered from anything conventional. Learning traditional music theory could only hinder them. Throbbing gristles set the stage for a lot of other artists who followed, many of them as harsh and uncompromising as throbbing gristle themselves. Bands like I'm stairs, a Dennoy boutain, who created instruments from literal scrap metal, or SPK, who combined their abrasive musical sets with projected imagery of genital surgery or other likewise explicit x rated Gore. Throbbing Gristles, use of old electronic sound machines and manipulated tape recordings and loops became a huge part of the industrial music sound. Bands like skinny puppy continued this exploration of electronic instruments to create dark soundscapes. After throbbing gristle disbanded in the early s, skinny puppy themselves influenced countless others, including ministry and God flesh, who, in the late s added elements of another burgeoning scene to the now primarily electronic framework of industrial thrash metal. Ministries third album, the land of rape and honey, and God flesh's first album, street cleaner, were instrumental and defining what most of us think of when we hear the phrase industrial music. This is the sound that directly inspired bands like fear factory, KMFDM Romstein, static X and, in more water down versions, like Marilyn Manson or Rob Zombie. It's strange this style of music, with such harsh counterculture beginnings, has become such a popular, albeit bastardized, version of itself. I doubt Genesis P orridge could have predicted that this Abrasive, confrontational sound, so far removed from western popular culture, would eventually end up just another genre played by stylish bands. Who sells shirts at a mall, although malls are all closing, so never mind. I guess it's no different from any other rebellious style of music. Everything from jazz to Punk Rock starts out dangerous and scary, but then it gets accepted by enough kids and eventually you end up with punk rock by blink one hundred and eighty two, or jazz by fucking Kenny g the genre gets declaude like a house cat, but I'm glad I grew up in a time when bands like frontline assembly and stairs and denoy about skinny puppy and my life with the thrill kilcolt. We're all still dangerous and mysterious. Industrial Dude. I was the industrial kid you were, and I mean I gotta before we discuss any of your your essay here. Yeah, I'm glad it has return. Nate's notes has been gone for a long time. Yeah, man, so this is wonderful news and thank you for bringing that to us today. Hey Man, I'm happy to do it. I've been hadn't written about music like in a while and I listened to so much of it and and I, yeah, wrote about industrial music because pretty much I was surprised I hadn't really touched on it yet since we started doing this show, because I was, yeah, I was a huge into that when I was a kid and it was a huge part of my teenage years, like listening to yeah, like Cam FDM and thrill killed colds and skinny puppy, all this shit was just it was huge. You know, N in Nail's ministry, like that was the s for a lot of us kids, you know, but all the way ways fluences on you. Yeah, man, you know, and that's why I wore a lot of black dude black nickers. Yes, PAT my lips black. My world is black. Right. I was never super into industrial music. I like that, you know, like ministry was a band. I enjoyed the chaos. Sure, baiting my ears and stuff, but I can't even say just so off I'm am in near broughten. I can't say it. So I can't listen to it if I can't say it. And it's just the road. You know. I'm STAS annoy about and is actually touring this year then, and that's a bit. It's funny because this whole thing I was writing started as I was going to write about Ein stairs of the annoy about and because they're touring. I haven't seen them. They haven't toured in years and they're playing in October. So takes just went on sale and I was all excited. And they're one of these bands us. Yeah, Just Bang on scrap...

...metal and Shit and like they when they were younger, they were these wild dudes with sweating with their shirts off, all crazy. Now they're like sixty years old in suits and they're banging on the metal on stage. Is that the way it goes? Yeah, I just saw because everything's reunion tours, right, or what's old is new again in a sense or way to, you know, milk money from the masses. What guns and roses is going on a tour and the opening act is smashing pumpkins. I just heard that too, man. I was like, Jeez, nostalgia overload. Yeah, EGO overload. Those two singers, man, billy Corgan and actually rose Jesus Christ. Yeah, yeah, the raise the ceilings on those tour buses. Yeah, do you go kisses on the road with David Lee Roth. Oh Man, Motley crew is back out there. I know a lot of people have been making fun of Motley crew because their singer is fatten, yeah, out of shape and can't even sing anymore. But people go just to say hey, I saw him completely fail on stage, which is a weird thing. To spend seventy five bucks for drive and Park and everything else, and that's a beer. Is really expensive. But yeah, I mean my good as the other thing too, and I kind of brought this up because you mentioned how that band has changed. And of course the good yeah, I mean we're not the same people we were twenty years ago. Whatever. You know we but at the same time it is, I guess, a little bit of theater, a little bit of comedy. Yeah, in many ways to see these guys that were once even at the beginning of the show I talked about youth and vigor and vim and and now he's gone. It's a it's fucking gone. And but yeah, we want to see them well, hopefully jump around or do something right. I heard Phil Collins now, yeah, and that guy. I think he's a musical mastermind. Oh sure, but because of his failing health, he performs in a chair. Oh Oh yeah, Dude. The singer of Napalm death was just performing in the chair because he had, I think, like a broken leg or a sprained ankle or some some his foot was wrapped up like is lower leg, and same thing did the singer of possessed, the band one of the bands that disputedly created death metal. They're two bands that supported that. People kind of argue whether which one created but anyway, one of them is possessed. They hadn't played in years. I didn't put out an album in like decades. It's actually the guitarist from primus started in possessed, believe it or not, which is weird. But for anyway, possessed put out a new album. The main songwriter is still alive. A lot of the guys are new members, but the main songer is now in a wheelchair. So when they play he's yeah, he comes out in a wheelchair and he's but he's they're amazing. He's fucking rips it, man. I don't I don't know what exactly is wrong with them. I forget it what it is, if it was a disease or something, but but anyway, he's yeah, he's he's awesome, though. He's amazing. If you're in a death mental band, it's like one thing. Phil Collins is just old as dirt. Yeah, but if you're in that scene, you going to be like, I hurt myself during a seance. Yeah, I was, yeah, raising the dead, sacrificing a goat, and it it stuck me with its horn. Yeah, my lowest spine and I'm paralyzed. Yeah, Hello Cleveland. You know that, that whole thing. Yeah, but yeah, totally. And I also remember industrial being a big, big thing for you and a lot of our friends and the stuff. But yeah, you know what, you've never brought up industrial music on the show before ever. I mean I'm sure I have, like in passive, but I never did a thing on it. Like I've talked about nine inch nails, I know, and I've probably, I'm sure I've talked about skinny bobby, but I've never just done a thing about like the the origins of industrial music as a thing, you know, which I wanted to. So what the check the tape? Yeah, I'm sure, I'm sure I haven't. I'm sure I've mentioned all these things. Yeah, I mentioned in this individually and other ones, but two hundred and seventy two references of industrial bands, but never a deep dive into the yeah, exactly, it is genre itself. Yeah, great, I mean, I'm still waiting for my expose on Yacht Rock, yeah, which is never coming. Yeah, yeah, rock lost out to industrial music this week. Always does. And I just said deconse that episode again, which is another one in mind. That's been a long time and been a long time since you made that flub. Yeah, but it's okay. Well, it will accept it this time. Next time. I don't know. You was going to say you be podcasting from a chair like Phil Collins, but you are are you're already laying down because your back is all fucked up from your Ale. That's so exactly how farming in a chair. Yeah, see, see, how...

...can we punish you? Because this is the original idea. Will Not work. I hurt myself sacrificing a pig. Ohally, really well, a pig doesn't have any horns, nate, so he did it with it, with this his hoof. Hoof is wait, they're not, it's not a hoof. I don't know. He gored me. He got over the tusks. A ward is a wild pig. Yeah, we got fucking war hogs running around and I guess you and by a razorback, razor back in Massachusetts, baby. They're everywhere, pretty where, the old south central Massachusetts resle back you go, indigenous to this area. It's like a chop of Cabra, Jersey Devil. That's what it is. It's a fucking urban perfect legend. And you know, I kind of want to throw this out there and I don't have your permission to do this, but this is completely off the stop. Whiskey, I could see you, you couldn't. Don't know if you'd win, but you could. Okay, see anybody for anything now, but I'm suing you for stealing my knocks. That Jan because you know I always make the joke and it is a joke because I know you'll never do it. About the yacht rock thing. Yeah, maybe we should toss it out to the audience. That May. You know if you any you guys want to send us an email selling out show at gmailcom if there's like a topic or something musically related or music relate. I don't know if musically related as actual and actual terms. Itally really. They're magically delicious. They are itally related. I just jumped up and click my heels together. He Fuck it, but but you get my point. If there's something that you want to hear nate righte about or talk about that deals with music, let us know. Maybe, maybe, because because I'm a dancing monkey and I'll do whatever you ask me. Yeah, you get the two symbols over there now. I just think that'd be interesting. Yeah, Hey, and never no, no, I'm up suggestions. I can't guarantee I will be motivated to write a whole segment, because otherwise I would have done one on Yat rock by now. I know, but I know, but I was like, no, I am honestly, because I do get stumped sometimes. I don't know exactly what I want to write about and if someone says hey, what about this? Have you ever thought about this, I may be like, Oh shit, that's a good idea. You know, you never know. That's you know, I like to think our listeners are cool people. I tend to agree, because if they listen to us, there by by definition, they're cool already. They say they're right. You just flip open the dictionary and is a picture of you, and I'm talking again to you guys out there. I like how I always break the fourth wall. Yeah, you were the glasses, you were the nose, you with the eyebrows. That's right, we're talking about you. But yeah, you would think, you know, they've heard a lot of these nates notes. They kind of know what you're into. When that's that's something that's also relevant is you're not going to write about something unless you have a little bit of passion for it. MMM. So, yeah, keep that in mind, HMM, or an interest in researching. Yeah, because if someone suggests some that I'm like, I don't know a lot about, that may move me to research it and check it out and write about it, and then I may discover something new and we could all win it. Wow, wow, that yes, I was going to say, you know what, that was better than what I was about to just unleash upon the world. So I was going to say, Hey, before all you motherfuckers fill our inboxes with request about hearing essay about the monkeys, that's not gonna Happen, even though I would, I would like that. Yeah, I think the monkeys are a very interesting story. Listen, they are. There a lot better than people give him credit for. They are and if I could wear a woolen cap year round like Mike Nesmith, Mike Nesmith, I would do the same thing. But I can't. Sweating Mom Spaghetti. I'm nervous. His family had the money with the white out stuff, the liquid paper, I know. Huh, yeah, that kind of fucks everything up. You like. He could be talented, but I fucking rich, cock sucker. You don't deserve anything in this world. You hear me? He left the bats. He didn't take part in a lot of the reunions, and you know, they beatle have reunions. Now they can't even have them. I know, but you just said the Beatles. So they wouldn't have a resold anyway. Did I really? Yeah, but that, uh, that'sa the Monkey Dan. Well, it is, and it is. That shows how important they are, the monkeys on the Muse. All US going to say? It's just that they were, you know, they were a parody of the Beatles to start with, but then they definitely started anyway. Whatever. Well, let me tell you this. Can look up there. Yes, there yestory if they like, or maybe I'll write a neat's notes about it. You never know you name, okay, because obviously I need to learn some this is true, and that's something I would really enjoy. But but thank you very much. This is indeed the last train to Clarksville and I'll meet you at the station. But selling out is done for the day. We get to get the fuck out of here. We got a roll, right. You get things to do, don't you? I would have things to do, but I'm I...

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