Thursday, July 24, 2008

Completely Conspicuous Episode 59: Spin the Black Circle

Harking back to the days when I used to do the podcast every week, I cranked out the latest ep of CompCon a mere eight days after the last one. I wanted to get a second July show done and finish it before we headed away on vacation, which we're doing tomorrow. Download it directly here (right click and "save as").

The show notes...

Topics:
- The resurgence of vinyl albums
- The fattening of America
- Pinhead of the Week

Music:
- Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone?
- The Oxford Collapse - The Birthday Wars
- Broken Social Scene Presents: Brendan Canning - Hit the Wall
- The New Pornographers - Myriad Harbor

Promo:
- New England Podcasting.

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The Ted Leo and the Pharmacists song is on the album Hearts of Oak; find out more at . The song is on Lookout Records, where you can find out more and download the track.

The Oxford Collapse song is on the album Bits on Sub Pop Records, where you can find out more and download the track.

The New Pornographers song is on the album Challengers on Matador Records, where you can find out more and download the track.

The Broken Social Scene Presents: Brendan Canning song is on the album Something for All of Us on Arts and Crafts Records; find out more at . The song is provided by IODA Promonet:

Something for All of Us...Broken Social Scene Presents: Brendan Canning
"Hit The Wall" (mp3)
from "Something for All of Us..."
(Arts & Crafts)

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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 the mighty Mark Campbell.

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