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Dec 6, 2015

Attack of the Killer Soundtrack - Episode 32

This week we delve into some of the soundtracks we've collected on vinyl. Some are from our personal collections and some we've acquired recently - specifically for this episode. And quite a few of them are rare or unusual... or just plain weird. So come along with the Meltdown Gang as we go through our stack of records and share with you some very interesting tracks.


And as we continually address the punctuation and grammar in songwriting, we also bring up... cranking the handle on your Victrola, Marcus Brody, born half human... and half Sputnik, his earlier weirder phase, Bill Murray, he's ordering a drink... hopefully for me, hey look coke!, heart-breakingly honest, besmitten is totally a word, Dirty Dancing, Robert Downey Jr., the country version of Zappa does Zappa, I don't consort with those of the robot race, there's three she's in a row, I love you... not too much, nobody is going to take me seriously... because I'm junior, Sex Bomb Boogie, they both have hair... and eyes, The FAL, young Jeff Goldblum, a Navajo pattern mixed with a Mexican blanket, a very specific sound, giant robot battling action, too busy in his gun safe, like an old Polaroid, George Hamilton, her hair was so long she could step on it, well when you get hit in the head a lot, Dennis Hopper, a 2-record set, Sigue Sigue Sputnik were British not Japanese, I annoy myself, Johnny Depp, his later weirder phase and how long have you been combing your hair with a wrench?


"Vinyl is like listening to a CD, except you're on like... heroin."


This episode, in particular, is brought to you by Crosley Turntables. For more info, go to: https://www.crosleyradio.com/