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Episode 85 · 3 months ago

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We lead of this banger with Dave dropping a health bomb about his hip. Here's a hint: A cellphone with big buttons is on back order, baby! We then dig into memorable 80's PSA spots. Notably, the morality lessons we never followed left by them there mormons from the church of LDS. This episodes installment of Nate's Notes looks at the larynx of the replacement singer. Those frontmen that took second stage and how they fared. The show is capped off with a discussion about the Rings of Power on Prime plus House of the Dragon from HBOmax, and why these fantasy series are whipping fans into a frenzy.

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...mean this is going to require surgery? You're gonna actually, wow, bionic. I'M gonna be a BioNIC Guy. It's gonna be a brand new me. It's gonna be a Cyborgian. We can rebuild him better and stronger a well, actually, I don't know if I'm gonna be any faster. I was never that quick to begin with, hence the Husky Jeans. But you know, it's something, and you know when news like that gets dropped on you, I mean it's it's not the most positive vibes in the world. You're not feeling great about it. I mean, I yeah, I mean my forties guy. You know, that kind of stuff is always reserved for for the older folk. You think hip replacements, I mean, you know what you're gonna be, what, in your seventies or something, your sixties maybe, I don't know. That's where your mind tends to go. Yeah, man, I think of people getting hip surgery that are old and have fallen and broken hip. You didn't fall and break your hip, though, did you? And and I can you know I didn't fall. The doctor did say there were various reasons behind this. It's something called an avian degenerative what have you, which is, yeah, I have a birden there, we little bird have we little sent it out tweets. Your bond scket jointing with may look like Swiss cheese. He's like this hip sex, Hashtag hip life. Uh Yeah, so, Um, yeah, he doesn't know. He's he's like it could have been this or that or every other damn thing, but the point is now we've got to replace it. So you know, now I'm thinking. I'm a young guy. I mentioned this eight thousand times. But since I am at this stage in my life where I'm getting a hip replacement surgery, maybe this is just the beginning for me of being ahead of the curve really when it comes to some of life's finer products and engaging in certain things that are normal, reserved for the older set of human beings. You know what I mean. Yeah, what kind of things you thinking? Well, I'm thinking, first off, maybe reverse mortgage might be in my future. This isn't my first Rodeo, and let me tell you something, I wouldn't be here if I thought reverse mortgages took advantage of any American senior. You know, Tom Selleck, trustworthy guy, magnum P I he he might sell me. I don't know. I might need a cell phone with bigger buttons. You know, I don't know. I heard the this product right here is pretty cool and people are really fancying it. Staying connected is easier than ever. With Granddad, you looks better than mine ever did, ever did, and maybe I'll call you on my grandpad. This guy's a limit nate. I mean really, you know, man, call up Joe Namath, see if he can help you get a GIG. Man You could, you could endorse these products? Man, I don't know. Well, you know, really, I'm gonna be eating my dinner now at four thirty in the afternoon. I don't know if I'M gonna have time for endorsements. You know, it gets pretty busy. I gotta be in bed after after dinner at four thirty. So maybe some shuffle board. I heard that's also possibility after the surgery. Bingo, bingoes good Bingo. Well, yeah, I guess. I don't know. It doesn't really stretch out your hip. Unless you know Bingo with all the old ladies. Then and anything can happen. That's only if you win. They invite you back. The Blue Hair betties. Well, the Blue Hair betties want to get a little little randy and I look at you, you just wanna what do you win? And BINGO anyway. And like old folks Bingo, I know in Mexico, like they had the lot of Rhea, and they'll play for like anything. It's like, oh, some rolls of toilet paper, some cleaning products, hey, all right. Oh Man, I think that says more about their economy than they're tracing games. Well, maybe it could. I don't know, but I don't. I used to play Bingo when I had my young surgery, or wasn't surgery, but I had a spinal infection a couple of years ago. I was stuck in a hospital for a few weeks and I was in like an old folks home, because it was me and a bunch of old, old people. It was literally I was I was there with all old people. There's one other young guy, but my point is there's not a lot to do there. So we play Bingo. We'd go downstairs to the Bingo Hall once I could actually walk again because my back was messed up. And and UH yeah, we play Bingo. I honestly don't remember what the prizes were. It could have been some kind of toys, some like not toys but like animals, like Hey, I won next game, probably pretty much. And they hoped that everyone's forgotten about that. They were supposed to win a prize by the time the next game starts. All right, it makes some big promises. You'RE gonna win a brand new yeah, no, next game. Sorry. Yeah, well, I don't know,...

...man, I'm supposed to be up and walking that day with a Walker, so I need to invest in some tennis balls that's amazing, isn't it? And they want me walking and moving and rocking and rolling right away. So I'm sure we will be UH podcasting at that time. So I'll give everybody the updates as I go through the re recovery process, the rehabilitation M M, and let nobody know how I'm feeling. We want to know, Dave. We don't. We don't, we we don't want to lose you so soon. Man, the fuck. Man, like you're trying to sound all optimistic. Yeah, I'm the Goth Kid. I wear a lot of black. You're like, yeah, so, anyway, if you die, I'm gonna carry on the show with another friend of mine. Uh Man. Well, dude, it's like when you first were telling me, I'm like, sending you a message about Oh, when I was in the hospital for my thing, I had a roommate who was in there with a replacement bone and he had had multiple infections and this and that. And Yeah, you're like, you know, stop giving me so much encouragement. Man. Yeah, I know my brother too. He's like, are you scared? Are you frightened? Now, mind you, I've had surgeries in the past and a couple of back surgeries, Hernia Surgery. Um, these are all old people surgeries, Holy Shit. But anyway, you know, you always get freaked out before you go in, but then they drug you up, you fall asleep, you wake up. Oh, thank you, Lord, I'm still alive and I'm hoping for the same scenario this time. I'm sure. I'm sure. Oh Yeah, you're sure. You're the one who brought it up. We live in in a miraculous futuristic world, you know, and you get an opportunity to probably get some decent drugs in in, you know, in the meantime. So yeah, yeah, that's they're definitely gonna pill me up get rid of that pain, provided I survive, right, and it's okay because they're pharmaceuticals. It's it's different than if you were to just buy some dope on the street. So yeah, that's the world we live in, although I don't know, man, I think doctors are trying to give less meds now because they're worried about lawsuits and all the opioid crisis and all this. Not To pour more rain on your parade here where I'm just telling you you got to look forward to some pills, and I'm like, actually, the doctors do not want to be given out some look at that, just sounded you got. Here's some smarties, yeah, basically, you know. Yeah, here's old trams, whatever. No, myotics. Yeah, yeah, I don't know. It doesn't matter to me. I just want to get this fucking thing over with. I want to survive. I want to live nate, of course, man, my body mind might be over. But yeah, Kung Fu might be out of the picture. That might be part of the physical therapy. Have you doing Kung Fu with all the blue hairs? Yeah, yeah, we still. Is that still sexual innuendo or you being legit? I'm take it how you want, take it how you will. Okay, well, anyway. Well, wishes are welcomed. So you can feel free to contact the show, selling out show at GMAIL DOT com. And I know that's probably your preferred method of doing something, because you're old like me. Yeah, you're like, Hey, I want to use those emails those socials have for those whipper snappers, those kids in their Hula hoops, Nintendo Games. But if you never want to reach the Myspace, yeah, I might actually substitute you for my surgery. Look at that, we're gonna do a little switch a Rooski. We look nothing alike, but I'm gonna have you in there. Imagine that, you know, you know how like they have like twins switch on like a test day or something. That's at the plot of a Cheesy TV show. Imagine like that's the worst prank ever. It's like, Oh yeah, we we body swap for a surgery. Um, I suppose that actually would work. If you had no insurance, you might want to do something like that and you actually legitimately needed the surgery, but otherwise that would be a terrible, terrible, uh prank. Anyway, back to to sharing our contact information, because we do not have the myspace as much as nate wishes that we in fact did. But you can find us on Instagram, on twitter at selling out show and on facebook at selling out show one. Okay, good stuff. I did mention at the start of this program we had some fun action pack stuff to talk about. I don't know if it necessarily falls into that category, but nate, you uh recently sent me a text of a video and it was in reference to an old eighties P S A, and you're like maybe this is something we can talk about, this might be we can choo the fat on this thing a little bit. You know, we, we, we reached for the stars here on this show. We, we, whatever we can talk about that will blow your minds and expand the CONSC busness...

...of our listening public. Well, I will have you know, initially this is how the sausage has made. Folks, I was like, yeah, I don't know. You know, I didn't, I didn't write back and say that to you, but I was thinking to myself as I was leaning back in my lazy boy, twirling my beard with my, you know, many leather bound books behind me, I was like, I don't know if this is a good subject matter. But then it kind of opened up a Pandora's box, you know, and I started looking around the Internet at this and that and everything else. And now here we are ready to hit you guys with a segment about P s a. s I learned, if by watching you. I learned by watching you? Oh yes, indeed. I learned everything I know in life by watching you, including how to smoke drugs. was, if no one is aware, that was the P S a. When the father walks in with the dope and says, Hey, the hell did you get this weed. I learned it from watching you. So that's that's a piece of history right there, part of Fabrica, teaching parents everywhere to hide their drug use. Right. Yeah, man, I should quit drugs and my kid doesn't end up doing I'm like me, no, no, no, no, no, to stop hiding him underneath the bed where he can access them. He or she, you know. But yeah, I mean, Um, what I was trying to allude to earlier with the whole Pandora's boxes. Not only was there P S as targeted to just drug use and things like that, there was actually, and this is interesting, a campaign, a large, very expensive campaign, to reform the image of our church known as the Eld E S, a k a the latter day saints, the Mormons. Now, I'm not really familiar with them or their practices. Nate, I don't know if you've got any workings with the old lds going on or if you know much about them. I know plenty, but it's more just from my weird, morbid curiosity. I study a lot about religions because I find that stuff fascinating, but my interest in these P s a s more just comes from the nostalgia factor. Like you're talking about. These were things that I remember watching TV after school, Saturday morning cartoons, and in between them, in between the commercials for Heman toys and transformers, they'd play these weird, yeah, like most, mostly like guilt inducing fucking p s a s that would kind of just teach kids look, you know, try to try to live better. And it sounds like a good but it was always I do remember the the brought to you by the Church of Latter Day saints, the Mormons. They would always say that at the end. So I do remember that. I do know a little bit about Mormonism, but we can talk about that as this goes. The Mormons was kind of like by men and the Mormons. That was the hook, you know what I mean. But Um, I do have some other just full disclosure here. I'm gonna play some full P S A S. I really want to bring everybody down Retro Road. If you're like around the same age group as me and they aren't, then you're definitely gonna be like, Whoa, Holy Crap, that brings me back. And if you're not, let's say you're on either side of the spectrum, older or younger. Hey, you know what I mean. You might get a good laugh or kick out of these, because they are something else. Um, the LDS ones in particular I mentioned, are quite elaborate and expensive, and you will see why. But, nate, you actually made some requests for me. Yeah, and I want to play one right now, because this one has its finger on the pulse of pop culture by tapping into the highest properties of all time, called Star Wars. Not too where are you too, a to do fire? At will you find a cigarette? Well, I don't think smoking it's grown up at all, because it's very dangerous. Smoking does dreadful things to your lungs and it is very bad for your heart. Well, I know I don't have one, but humans do, and I think we should set a good example. Well done, are too. Oh, hello, you know, smoking is bad for your health and it isn't grown up at all, so please don't smoke. Do you really think I don't have...

...a hot now that's some deep poetic stuff going on there, and it really strikes that that chord in me, that nostalgic thing, because, honest to God, Dude, that just the Tambra, or whatever the word is, of of our two's, you know, bleeps and bloops just the rhythm of those is still stuck in my head from like before we re looked up that little clip. I still could have quoted that with little whistles like that and like I honestly God have remembered that like their lyrics to a song, and so I'm like, wow, that's a really clever, memorable P s a. But then I think I also smoked my whole life after that, so I don't know how effective it was. Yeah, well, I mean he he was kind of you know, that's targeted to young people. So if you're older, he doesn't give a fuck. You're already smoking whatever. But no, you weren't. I wasn't either and I smoked too. So, you know, I guess we just didn't heed our robot overlords yet like we do now. We weren't ready for that. It was just before it's time in the eighties that you know, hey, but I mean it was also deep, because he's like talking about him having a heart. Does he have a soul when he dies? Does he go to heaven? What happens the C three poll this deep stuff, man, I know. And our two D two is like beeping and blooping and at the beginning of that he sounds like he's ripping a Bob, not even just smoking a butt, but but, but, so, yeah, I don't know, but that was that was an important one of our youth. Definitely. I'm glad you were like. Hey, make sure, if you want to talk P S A S, look up that star wars one, because it does. It really sticks with you over time. And I also understand that these were original the visual medium that I'm transferring for a podcast form. So if you haven't seen them before or if you don't remember them, you should. They are easily found on the worldwide web. You can go check it out. Just see a robot smoking a butt. Just to mention that one is not a mormon PS. I believe that was like the American heart and lung association or something like No, I'm gonna be kind of I was going overboard. It's like, Hey, LDS, Mormons, Mormons, I will a lot of people. Let people know ahead of time. Hey, this is this is some of that Mormon ship I was talking about before I play it. You know, let's do that right now. This is a Mormon ship right now, and this one in particular is one that always stuck with me and I would mention it to other people and I say Hey, do you remember that? And they go no, and I don't know why, because this one, I mean, let me without further ado, let me just play it right now. Sure, how can I go to that movie? I know how. Say you've got to go to gyms to finish your science project. That's a good line. Line, line. When you tell one lie, it leads to another. You Sail to light to go for each other. Then you hellree lies, oh brothers, doing trouble after your tears for your toll. Pore lies to try to protect you and your fell. Five lines. The folk sponsorsfect you in your delth, six lines, and then you'll collect. How I pull the worries and fears. When you lie and Ye without need the drying and fly, you Dell will be multify and you'll be suspected respected, just like then you shoe. When you lie, you're closing the door on everything good. I'm not confuse me away, just want to go to a movie. I'll never lie again, honest, good, all right, there's no such thing as a good lie. From the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, the Mormons, even in the Mormons. They don't forget where the Mormons. But that always was still when, at least to when it had a hook. And Remember, I remember you singing that when we were younger, almost more than I remember the commercial. Like it took me a second to remember that commercial, but I remembered you singing that because it would be still stuck in your head when you were hanging out in our teens. But I do remember it though. Yeah, and UH, much like the American Lung and Heart Association, Star Wars drop affected you by you smoking, despite the fact they didn't waite a smoke, we all ended up becoming liars, that's true. Suck at LDS, you know. And then there might be even times in my life where I kind of think, am I inner monologue goes, yeah, that's a good lie. Let me tell that one. Oh Yeah, because there are, you know, are at the end. He goes. There are no such things as a good lie. Bullshit. There are some lies out there. We lie to ourselves...

...every day. Come on, we're being lied to constantly. They're very functional, they're very you know, they're useful tools. Sometimes it's just, you know, I guess there has to be some honesty in life, though, somewhere. But how honest do you think you are on a daily basis nowadays? I'm yeah, I'm a lot more honest than I used to be, but I'm still I'm still shooting around. I don't know what truth. Seventy five truth? Okay, I was wondering what the ratio you just first. I was waiting for just the one number. You well, just assume that like one out of every four statements I make is a lie. That those sums it up. That's good, but when I was, when I was a using addict, that was probably closer to the opposite. Seventy five lies, twenty five truth. So so I'm doing a lot better. Point nine. Yeah, man, you know it all right now. Now I want to play the another DAS drop, which is the one that you would send me via text, and you're like do you remember this? And initially I just looked at the screen cap of it and I'm like no, and then I watched it I went, Oh my God, it came flooding back to me. Oh yes, I remember this, I remember this very well. So let me play this one right now. My necklace, we are my necklace it was. Came just a minute ago. Has Anybody's seen my necklace? No, honor no h like. I want to cry. Car If you want to be be someone on us from the Church of Jesus Christ, of laturday saints. Well, there you go. Don't be stealing necklaces. Very bad candy or real bad idea. Now, nate, you know you would throw them. This one out and from the blue to me. was there a reason for that? Why did this one stick with you? The same reason the last one stuck with you. That song man, like, I don't know, something about that melody haunted me forever. It's like again. I can still remember the lines from that song, I can still just the melody of it, and I still remember the my necklace, where's my necklace and all that. This is memorable. And again, yeah, like you said, Simon, like I said about the smoking one, it didn't make a deep enough impact where I I listened. And but then again, I'm not a Mormon either, so maybe that, maybe the whole campaign is flawed, you know. Yeah, well, yeah, I mean we didn't stop us from thieving. No Right, so we were. We were out there, that's right, just taking as we pleased. Doing whatever we wanted. Uh, just totally disregarding the advice from L D s. Now this one, though, in particular, you had mentioned the music, was the one that stuck with you, just as I didn't. See. The thing with me was, if you tell one I it almost had like a song with a dance routine going on. there. They had more of a Broadway appeal, kind of Bouncy and, yeah, energetic. Yeah, well, this one is just plumb old creepy. Now, imagine, if you will, you wake up in the middle of the night, it's dark, you can expect a van Trolla quiz dummy in the corner of the room, maybe wielding a sharp weapon or someone there to murder you. And actually, I might think that Danny Elfman is going to be on the horn saying hey, guess what, Tim Burton, I get the new soundtrack to your next movie courtesy of a p s a from the eighties. I hear it man and again. I think the reason this stuck with me every like when you get older, everything seems to click into place and it's like it's like a good story where at the end you're like, Oh yeah, no, I see how everything fits together, because all the songs that I liked the best when I was a kid. The things that stuck with me were all these like morose, dark, creepy Gothy fucking things. Man, and and now I'm like yeah, you know, even though that's like a childish, Weird Mormon relic, rather, I can still appreciate the melody of it as something that...

I may have been inspired by unwittingly in my own music later on. Who knows? Yeah, but I'm inspired by a creepy music box that, if played in reverse, would unleash the demons from Hell. Well, David Bowie has said before that he feels like most of his work was inspired by Inchworm by Danny Kay, which is like an old song from the Hans Christian Anderson Movie, which is like like a little kids thing, like if you watch inchworm ever. But, but, and it's funny, when he said that, I couldn't really picture the song and I listened to it and I'm like, you know what, I hear the sense of melody and whatever with it. So so if you get a chance, I know we didn't prepare it for this show, but if you ever get a chance, check out inch worm by Danny Kay. There's a version of it on the muppets. Danny Kay was on the muppet show back in the day and they perform it with the muppet Danny Kay in the muppets and it's yeah, it's actually, uh, it's it's you can hear where Bowie was influenced. So I'll mess you up psychologically. It's right, and you will need therapy, like nate has had many, many sessions. That's right, and Bowie paid it forward by making us all need therapy. He needed therapy from Danny K and we needed therapy from David Bowie. Yeah, so, Danny Kay. Fuck you, Danny Kay. Now I only got a couple of these left prepared for the fine audience today. Um, this is gonna be the last one of the latter day saints, the Mormons. Commercials, or it's kind of commercials. They're P S A S, but really, and if you they were commercials, because if you do a little digging on this online, you're gonna find a lot of articles about these P s a s being nostalgia. Okay, I remember this. I remember that exactly what me and nate you're talking about today. You're gonna find the same kind of content online in the written word. Oh, this, this song, this scene, what have you. But I did happened to find one article to which I cannot cite the author, I must apologize, or the newspaper. I have it on my phone over here. Maybe I should look and be a real uh podcaster, newsperson and give credit where credit is due. I don't know whatever, man, okay, but the point being is that they got into the specifics of how these P s a s came to be, and it was it was a rebranding. It was an attempt to re establish people's faith in that church, because people's perceptions of it were very, very bad. It was an article in the New Yorker. So look at that. Look at me, big guy. Yeah, Um, the author, I don't have her name here, but this one in particular I'm about to play. The person who directed it and choreographed it was the same person who Michael Jackson's beat it. So they were not pinching pennies when it came time to produce use these P s a S. so, oh and by the way, this one start a young Alfonso with the battle that you might know from a show called fresh prince of Bel Air if nothing, he also hosted a F V, which is God awful television, but here's his break into the industry. Who broke my window? Window? Telling the truth isn't going to be easy everywhere. Why is my stomach on nervous, cleasyred and someone see Chins these days, they don't care you doing. You'll have to pay for this. Miss Your Way, but I'm from the morning Jesus Christ. I told the truth. He is a moron. You have to break that when you run away. Yeah, now you're paying for that window, all right, for your parents? Are you have honor and your parents have a bank account? Hey, for my broken window, but I mean the Lord Fan, and he's over here. There's all the weird the cast of cats is gonna pop up. They've really put a lot of effort into this stuff. Holy Macaroni. Yeah, if only all that money was primarily going to trying to keep kids honest and not surreptitiously trying to boost the position, at the social position of some weird modern day cult. Yeah, it's weird because kids, kids are watching these...

...thinking they're just learning how to be honest and not steal and all this. But before you know it, they're wearing weird magical underwear and knocking on people's doors using a Unicorn Hoof Dander to moisturize their eyelids. Yeah, of course, standard, fair pretty stuff. All right. I know some people out there like. Okay, guys, enough with it with the P S A S. we're done. Let's move on to the next topic, to which we shall, but before I do that, there is one last thing I want to play because this is the most interesting of all P S A S, because it was a regional spot. Now, if I bring it up online, it let's say I was on the selling out of count said Hey, you guys remember this? No one, no one would, unless they were raised in New England. So how trippy is that? Right? It's like one of those spots where you only saw it if you lived in that specific area. Uh, this one stuck with me a lot just because it was weird, Zany and just out there. The quality of this one was gonna be a little Iffy, so bear with me. But definitely one of my all time favorites, and this has to do with aliens and sweets eating. I'm I'm from Mars and I eat all like candy bars. Some earth fruit. It is good. It's better than good. If you're not dead about this, only eating candy bars, we don't know what we mean. Now let me your full disclosure here. There are times I'm in my house, I take a bite out of something, I go, m you know, I mean, you're not bad and my kid will look at me and be like what and I'm like, AH, you wouldn't get it, man, you don't get it. You know, I'm from us. Eat candy bars. What's this? Earth Fruit? You know, I'll just belt this ship out and people think I'm insane. Yeah, and our listeners would do themselves a favor by going and checking out what that actually looks like visually, because, man, like the special effects were so ahead of their time back then. Imagine in the early eighties, probably early to mid eighties, I would say, the technical abilities of somebody making a public service announcement in the New England area like, obviously they're just stellar the quality. So check him out. His accent really shines through at the end. He's like candy bars and you're like, oh now I get it. Yeah, from Boston Guy, wicked, wicked, awesome, Dude. I like that set. That spaceship meet out of codboard. You just lift the top off this on a hinge in the you guys some earth fruit and there. Yeah, good job, there Lah. So yeah, you know what. You know what else name. I think that spot is the mic drop for this segment really being an all time favorite of mine, very personal, near and dear to my heart, and I think, you know, the audience is grateful indulge in our nostalgic vibes and going taking this trip down memory lane. You know what I mean. Yeah, thanks, guys. So hopefully that kind of did something for you as well and you can just immediately turn off here whatever you're listening to us on. I mean it could be anything, and it's been like screw these guys in these stupid P S as, but it was a fun thing for us to do, or at least I like to think it's fun. So they are Nana e Boo, boo. Stick you ahead and do do, uh, and hopefully maybe you learned something from all these P S A S and you won't lie or smoke or break windows or steel necklaces or eat a lot of candy bars, become a Mormon. Become a Mormon. So yeah, all right, I want to thank the partners of this program. Maybe you heard in the beginning that we have a very cool Promo Code. By entering selling out twenty at checkout, you save twenty percent at these dope websites, wonky weeds dot com, Northland Vapor dot com, Alpine HAMP DOT COM and death by GUMMY BEARS DOT com. Remember that is Cupun Code Selling out twenty. These are all sites that produce some really awesome vape and CB D products, and the Sativa. You dig the Sativa. That's your place to go. Now off is no laughing matter. Don't sleep on a deal like this. And I know it's super early, but you know what, I'm the dude getting the hit replacement so I can do stuff like this. Christmas is right around the corner. You know what's funny? Name it's even before I suddenly aged twenty years in one doctor's office, I'm still the guy who buys stuff in like October for December. You know what I mean, because I just want it done, I want it over with.

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...drummer or even guitarist can completely ape the sound of their predecessor more easily. If you heard them on a recording, you may not even know the difference. Voices are more personal harder to imitate. There's also the question of whether an imitation is what's best for a band in that position. When Steve Perry ultimately left journey, coincidentally because he kept putting off hip replacement surgery, their solution was to find a Steve Perry imitator. Now I'm sure journey concerts were still drawing decent crowds, but I personally couldn't name an original song they've done with the new guy. Judas priest did a similar thing when they temporarily parted ways with their famous singer Rob Halford. They found a guy who was singing in a Judas priest cover band and plucked him out of obscurity to play with them for a few years. He actually recorded a couple of albums with his childhood heroes and was even nominated for a grammy in with them, before Halford came back into the fold. The movie rock star with Mark Wahlberg is loosely based on his story. ripper now fronts a band with priests guitarist KK Downing, who has since left the iconic British group Stone Temple. Pilots was a band I grew up with. Their first several albums were a huge part of my life, but singer Scott Wiland ended up becoming a rock and roll cliche. His drug problems and personal issues split up the band more than once. On two of these occasions, the other guys formed totally new bands in his absence, with new singers. First came the band talk show. Then it was army of anyone, with Richard Patrick from filter on the MIC. Wiland put out a few solo albums and also worked with another group who had lost their singer, namely guns and roses, who were now going by the name Velvet revolver with Wyland. But this segment isn't about new bands starting up. When bands get new vocalists, I'm not talking about the guys from rage against the machine forming audio slave with Chris Cornell here. The thing about STP is that eventually they started performing as stone temple pilots, with other guys fronting the band. First was Lincoln Park's Chester Bennington, and eventually they got some dude that appeared on the TV show the x factor. His name is Jeff Gutt and he remains in the band to this day. Unfortunately, both Wiland and Chester Bennington are now dead it so I hope you all like the x factor guy there are some success stories that arise from a new vocalist. Cannibal corpse is a band that helped pioneer the sound of a whole style of music, namely death metal, as early as their first four albums featured Chris Barnes growling and grunting in a style that really helped shape the whole genre. But after four albums they parted ways with barnes in a move that worried fans and their record label alike. But to everyone's surprise, not only have Cannibal Corps kept playing and recording, they've only progressed and made more fans with their new singer, George Corpse Grinder Fisher. Ever since they've just gotten better and better. Of course, there are die hard barnes fans who still try to claim him as superior, but honestly, take a listen to all the SBSEQUENT releases from Barnes's post Cannibal band, six FT under, and it's clear that the right choice was made. Fisher has only improved cannibal corpses sound. They've gone through a bunch of guitarists too, but that's another story. Finally, we have perhaps the biggest success story of a replacement singer in Brian Johnson. When a C D C's vocalist bond Scott died in the band considered calling it quits before deciding that Scott would have wanted them to go on. When it came time to find a new guy, Johnson was an easy choice. Bond Scott himself had seen Johnson singing in his band Jordy at some point and raved about him to his bandmates. He compared his passion and energy to a hard rock little Richard. So when Bon Scott was found dead in a car, arguably...

...from either alcohol or heroin abuse, and a C D C wanted to move forward, it didn't take long to decide. Brian Johnson had bond Scott's seal of approval, and Johnson has done him justice. A C D C became more famous than ever with their replacement singer. I mean, I'm not a big fan of a C D C, but I can't argue that they didn't become even bigger legends ever since. So it's possible to continue on as a band when your singer leaves or dies, but it's hard and it's rare. Everyone associates the band with the frontman or front person. I guess don't cancel me. Their voice is the human element you hear. They are often the one talking to the crowd at the shows. They are the band's face. If you lose them after having success together, you better find a Kara's magic replacement. I personally wouldn't look at American idol contestants or whatever, but that's just me. I would look anywhere and everywhere you could. I mean you just mentioned journey. They found that that guy who sounded exactly like Steve Perry. Uh, and he was. What country was he from? It was if it was like Portuguese or Philippine islands or something. Yeah, no, I think it's the Philippines now you mention it, but it was. It was somewhere and I was like wow, Jeez, he sounded exactly like him. Oh my God. Sure, and that's you know, for some people that's all they're looking for is someone to recreate what they had with the other singer. And I understand that because when the first singer is gone, that, you know, effectively stops them from being able to do all that stuff unless you find a replacement singer that sounds like him. But I don't know, some of us. It's like I want to hear a band keep moving forward, like I still have a place in my heart for to say something like Cannibal Corps is first four albums. But, and I know this is a different style of singing, you know, it's not like you don't need to be the best crooner to do a good death metal growl. But but George Fisher, corpse grinder, their newer singer. I say new, he's been in the band since probably ninety nine or something. But they, you know, I think they sound way better with this guy. And and, like I said, Chris Barnes's work since he left Cannibal Corps is his garbage, and a lot of fans think so. But yeah, stone table pilots, let's face it, they're not getting Scott Wilan back unless they can do some weird Voodoo magic. Yeah, that's wow. Yeah, chains, I mean the new singer. Yeah, that's a guy a lot of people not prefer. Well, yeah, I mean there are some people probably prefer the newer material because that's all they know. It's been a while now, right it might not be as familiar with Lane Stanley stuff as they are the new guy, whose name I can't recall off the top of my head because that's what I do. Apparently that is what I do. Same thing when I was earlier sighting at New York Times article and couldn't tell you who wrote it. I'm really sucky. Sorry. I will say like Alison chains is one that I meant to bring up but through the course of writing this I kind of just forgot or whatever. The Guy's name is, William Duval, by the way, the new sing yeah, and yeah, they've actually put out a few albums. I want to say they've got three albums since Leans Daley died, of original material. And Yeah, it's still good alison chain stuff. I mean they they also lost their bassis along the way. They fired him after the dirt album and then he actually died years after that. So but again, their basis. How many people noticed when their bassist left? You know? Yeah, you know, and that's coming from a bass player myself. Like saying that. You know, it's it's easier to go unnoticed if you're replacing a bass player or a drummer, the rhythm section in general, even a guitarist kind of has a unique style. Like the whole dimebag Darryl from Panthera that we were talking about last episode, who they're having Zack wild replace him on the new reunion tour. And I'm sure Zach Wild can probably play a pretty convincing dime bag Darryl Guitar Lick. You know, he probably can do it pretty well. He's a good guitarist, but I don't know, nothing's gonna it's not gonna be that easy. For a singer. No two persons vocal cords are exactly alike, whereas you could have a guitarist with the same brand guitar who got lessons from a similar you know, a teacher who has a similar style of playing and you and you may not even notice it. So now you're like trying to establish as an essence or soul behind the playing at the entire because me, I wasn't even think of that...

...deep. I'm like, can you play the part? You can play the part big band, big, and you're like, Geez, are you gotta eat the same breakfast and you put on the same style underwear, the same brand and everything else, and I wouldn't think that deep. When it comes to the actual guitar playing. Sure, and I bet most people would agree with you. But coming from like somebody that like obsesses on this ship, that I may and I may not. I'm just saying that I I could possibly listen to a recording of the new pant era reunion show and have no idea if it was recorded now or before those guys died from panter. You know, I honestly, honestly it couldn't tell you, but I don't know. As a musician I'd like to think that maybe I'd notice the difference. I don't know. Well, just to kind of go back onto the alison chains thing real quick. Yeah, real quick, like. Well, you know, Jerry Cantrell was harmonizing with Lane Staley on the original stuff and towards the end of lane s Allie's career with them he was doing a control that he was doing a lot of the vocal material. So sure you know the style is going to be somewhat similar there, even with duval right. So, right, yeah, yeah, because Jerry Cantrell being the guitarist, he would do often background vocals, harmonizing vocals, and by the end, like you said, of of Lane Staley's career in life, uh, he was taking over more and more of the vocal duties, actually doing lead vocals and a lot of songs, and a lot of that was due to the fact that lane stalely wasn't reliable in the studio. Like he either wouldn't show up or he'd be all fucked up when he showed up, or sometimes his voice was just off. And so starting with the song would that a lot of people might have been there first exposure guyles in some people. That song was one of the first ones where Jerry Cantrell did. All those verses are Jerry Cantrell singing. It's only the chorus that Lane Daley really sings on those on wood. But Anyway, I could go out and ounce and change forever, which surprises me that I forgot to put them in this piece. You Stink, but we got it in any way. Yeah, look at that. You know, you know, it's great. You're always picking up my slack. Always, man, I can rely on you grammatically. If I screw something up, if I forget to note or add something on this program, you were there. You swoop in like the Eagle of freedom and niceness and help me out. This time I was like Hey, man, you forgot the A. I c Bra yeah, so look at that, look at look at the student who's now become the master, snatched the pebble from my hand. Yeah, it's Kung Fu. Fuck you, blue hair, betties and BINGO. Yeah, this is some fucking ship right here. Now let's end this segment, which is also a very good installment of Nate's notes. But I'm curious. If you had to pick one unreplacement vocalist to be the all time best choice of replacement vocalist, who would you decide upon? Sure, man, I'm I'm probably gonna have to say Brian Johnson, even though I hate a C D C, because he he's part of some iconic shit. Right, Yep, successful and yeah, just iconic. Everyone knows those songs. The Bond Scott and Brian Johnson's songs are equally known, you know, like people, people know them both, Love them both equally or hate them both equally, as I do. Right, my boat would have to go to the guy who's been singing Elton John's music for the last twenty five years, because he's been dead and we didn't even know. Oh Wow, surprise. Yeah, whoops, say we've been replaced. We were got to keep that that's like some serious conspiracy x file stuff. That's some Paul is dead type ship, the Beatles, SANA, I recall. Hence what you've got the chuckling. Okay, Chubby son of a bitch. I thought you were Giggling, because maybe I meant Paul Rubens is dead. No, Paul Rubens is very much a like he de celebrated a birthday. Excellent, excellent. He'll always be known as for masturbating in a theater. Yeah, which you know is weird, because what what I mean? You know, this happened back in the Nineties and Oh God, this fucking pervert. And nowadays, like no one gives a crap because nobody's going to a theater to watch porn anymore. No, no, but even then it's like, yeah, you know, I had jerking off, no big deal. Who are you going to offend in that theater? You know what I mean? I'm sure half the people in there were beaten off. It's it's who goes to a public place to watch porn. I know it's not like he was doing it during Schindler's list, right, that would be something. Yeah, man, it seems. It seems like going to a theater that was showing porn and not masturbating. would be like some kind of a challenge you give yourself,...

...like I'm gonna see if I can do this. Can I make it through all twenty minutes of this plot? I do it. Pizza delivery. I'm done. It's all over. Pizza turns me on. Yeah, Hey, you know, speaking of entertainment. Real quick. We we have to go, but this is what we do. This is always the way we managed to end the show. Is just, you know, freeballing, letting stuff just ride because we're we're cool like that. Entertainment. I don't know if you've been on the socials lately and seeing some of the outrage over she hulk or Lord of the Rings, because she hulk was twerking and some of the hobbits and Lord of the Rings are black. So people freaking the funk out, and this really boggles my mind. Now, you know, I understand you've got to protect source material, right, but I mean, and even in these instances, and you start looking at the source material, she hulk was breaking down the fourth wall way back when in the COMYS. I've seen some information provided that tolken even it said that the characters were dark skinned characters, but people don't freak out. Now, beyond all this, let me, let me go a little bit further here. What bothers me is this kind of stuff will make people lose their damn minds on social media. Yet if you watch a marvel movie and an alien is speaking English, Hey, no, biggie now, no foul, speaking about the language you know. Wouldn't you think, hey, how come thanos is just talking in English here? Everybody can understand him, wouldn't he have? He's not. He's from Titan he's not from Earth, thinking from our solar system, but he sounds like well, he's Josh burrowl and just talking like Josh burrowl and no big deal. The fucking UH. You know, she hulk wants to have her hams do a Slomo race on her back side, two little fucking honey Hams, and all of a sudden, a Jesus, she's working. Ah, the HOBBITS are black, the world's falling apart. Man, did you watch any of that? Lord of the Rings? I haven't watched Amazon. It was good. Yeah, I liked it. first two episodes dropped and I was like hey, man, I got nothing to do. Yeah, I mean, yeah, why not watch him? I know I haven't. I haven't got any reason to to not watch it. I don't know why I have any. I think it's just because there's one episode and I hate getting into something. Oh, there's too okay, sorry, yeah, they're good like that now. You know. You know how piste off I get that we've reverted to the old school style of you know, no more binging, you gotta release something weakly. I hate, hate him. So at least there trying to appease me a little bit, like hey, here's two hours worth the wit whistle. Sure that's that? You sucked in? Yeah, and I'm, you know, impending hip surgery. I'm like, well, what should I do? Should I sit here in front of Amazon prime and go and get my senior discount on coffee? Then in Mickey D's watched Lord of the Rings. Have you tried the House of Dragon on HBO? Matt Beca, you are a dam of thrones guy that I have that have been enjoying. Okay, good. Have you watched them all? Are you up to date? I am up to date. Yeah, I watched the new one like last night. I think are the day before. I forget when you watch something, when it's like twelve hours ago. Who knows? My life is. My life is exciting, one thing after another, thrill ride, there's dragons everywhere. I forget when I saw him. Uh. Now, you were disappointed with the way a game of thrones ended. Yes, were you a little weary about kind of, you know, investing time into something with the same creative team behind it? It's but it's not when the same creative to do. That's why so the show runners of the original are no longer anywhere near this one. DD Weiss and David Benny off or whatever, the two of them. Yeah, I don't believe they have anything to do with it. There Um, the guy that they have now, if I forget his name off the top of my head, but he I don't know. It's it's young. The series is young. I am going in carefully, like cautiously, hoping that, uh, you know, I won't be disappointed, but I'm expecting to be disappointed. But at least this series is based on so far from what I understand, this one book that I'm actually in the middle of reading right now. So I kind of familiar and unfamiliar with the source material, but it's not based yeah, it's not based on the original. There's like five books so far of the Song of ice and fire trilogy that the original series was all based on, but this one is based on it's kind of a historical in that universe work. Like there's a book called Fire and blood which is about like the history of one of these great families, the Targarians, the dragon writers of that world. It's kind of just like because they have this whole lineage of I'm I'm geeking out...

...on you, you are indeed, but anyway, it's just it's a it's kind of the history of some of these characters, their ancestors, of the characters from Games game of thrones and and to me it's interesting because I've spent a lot of time reading those books and I'm I'm hungry for more material like related to game of thrones and stuff, because the writer won't put in any more books. It's been like five, ten years since he's put out a book in that series. They finished the whole first series, the game of thrones series, well beyond where the books are currently. So series talking to them. Hey, she didn't get that. She don't understand she will. Neither do I. Well, you see, I was under the assumption that this wasn't based on a book. But I've never read any of the books. Okay, I'm one of those lame brains. I don't I don't get it. Um. But yeah, so I'm like, Oh, that's smart, because the game of thrones was all held up because I will waiting to write the damn thing. But then I saw after the first episode, based on the whatever novel by Jake I wasn't iron blood. Okay, fire and fire and blood. They said iron blood, like there's a deficiency, I need some medication to get some more iron, some federal, into my blood. But I was like, Hey, that's smart if they don't base it on something and kind of just take, you know, their liberties with it. But yeah, well, you know. And then with the Lord of the Rings, I was thinking, wow, you know, it's like if you had a coffee shop and right next door someone else opened a coffee shop. That's not really great business sense, right. So I'm like, well, okay, Amazon wants they spend all this fucking money, billions of dollars, to produce this freaking Lord of the ring show. You'RE gonna start dropping your episodes at the same time that the new game of thrones series is out. Geez, not very bright, especially considering okay, over at game of thrones. You know you're gonna get blood, you can get some t and a some sex, some, you know, hardcore content with token stuff. You know you're sticking straight with old school fantasy. You're not gonna get that. So you got to really produce a good product, to which they say, to which I say not they I mean Wa David Schlitterbahn. That, uh, they kind of did. Is So far, so good. Okay, well, that's good. It's got your seal of approval. Yeah, my long rambling seal of approval. Cool, yeah, well, I will check it out then. I'll be sure to I'll be sure to to rage against the black elves, the crowd. Well, that was another thing. Is for the House of Dragons. There was a yes. Well, the thing was is, the daughter was offered for marriage and she's like eleven, and apparently that didn't piss people off, but the fact she was black off. I know. I know the whole story. There's a lot of that stuff because that stuff was real in medieval times. I mean, granted, game of thrones, it takes place in a fictional universe, but it's all based loosely on like it's called, like the war of the roses. It was like a real European like lineage of like a period of time that like happened in real life. So things are loosely based on that stuff. And people really did like marry siblings and, uh, take child brides and like things like that, which is horrible, but they probably, I don't know, they probably didn't have a lot of black princesses and queens and things, but but not. But I don't care, because none of it, that show, none of it takes place, neither of these shows take place in the real world. So who gives a fuck? Yeah, I don't care. It's good stuff, I don't care. fucking whatever. Why do people gotta be so angry all the damn time? Huh? Yeah, like I've said before, it's one of those things where white folks or whoever is the most like populous people feel like, since they've kind of had everything, I don't want to say cater to them. That sounds to like white privilege, e. But like pretty much like the more the more you've had that. When when it starts being given to other people, when you start seeing characters of other races in movies, it almost feels like a slight against white people. And then to some people, I'm saying, and then they don't realize that it's like, well, dude, all these people have been waiting for like characters that are black or waiting for you know, it doesn't. It doesn't change anything, nothing, you know what I mean? It changes nothing about the story. Relaxed people are always mad about the wrong things, right, and sure a lot of it, I'm sure, is worrying about the demographic and trying to get money and trying to, you know, commercially appeal to other demographics. But that's not all. I mean, that's every company, that's that's you know, everyone's trying to make the most money and cater to the biggest demographics. That's so. You think I'm talking about hip surgeries...

...if our audience was fifteen year olds. All Right, I've been talking about Justin Bieber's balls. That's right, wow, even, that's even. That's old people now, is it? I think so bieber is like sucking seventies and yeah, he's up there. I probably see hm at Denny's tomorrow morning. So all right, let's get out of here at the road and hit the Road Jack. Sounds good. I want to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to listen to us today. Virtual hugs for all of you. I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been the selling out show. My God, so six, so good. It changing to see where you just get flings. Don't fire.

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