In the latest installment of CompCon, I take a look at stupidity in its many forms. Download it directly here (right click and "save as") if you don't already subscribe.
The show notes...
- Eliot Spitzer gets stupid
- Fake memoirs
- Pinhead of the Week
- British Sea Power - No Lucifer
- The Raveonettes - Dead Sound
- Bauhaus - International Bullet Proof Talent
- Grand Archives - Torn Blue Foam Couch
- Funkadelic - Super Stupid
- New England Podcasting.
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The song from British Sea Power is on their new album Do You Like Rock Music? on Rough Trade Records. The song from The Raveonettes is on their new album Lust Lust Lust on Vice Records (not Sony, as I misspoke in the show). Both songs are courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network.
The song from Bauhaus is on the new album Go Away White on Red Eye Distribution; find out more at . The song was provided by IODA Promonet:
"International Bullet Proof Talent" (mp3)
from "Go Away White"
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The Grand Archives song is on the band's new album The Grand Archives; the song is courtesy of Sub Pop Records, where you can find out more and download the song.
The Funkadelic song is on the classic album Maggot Brain on Westbound Records. Buy the CD here.
The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Find out more about Senor Breitling at his fine music blog. Additional music used in the show is by Me and Boris the Bull, which is the brainchild of Mark Campbell.
Completely Conspicuous is a Tan God Production. Word.