It's a night of weird moods and weird mixes. Hear classic comedy from GROUCHO MARX, along with the unapologetic violent comedy of GEORGE CARLIN and DOUG STANHOPE. Also a look back at the SOUTH PARK: BIGGER, LONGER, UNCUT soundtrack.
Hold on to your tuques! This week, Bill M. brings you an assortment of surreal comedy and novelty from the Great White North. Hear the music of CORKY & THE JUICE PIGS, an entire episode of Canada's 1980s radio sketch comedy show FRANTIC TIMES, and comedic blasphemy from BOB & DOUG MCKENZIE.
"Are you joking? It's massive!"
Take THIS, Gramie!!!! This week we take a leaf out of our good mate Gramie Dee's book (he collects leaves, you see) and give some Canadian bands a try out. In truth, it doesn't go well. Bit of a hockey-puck bloodbath, but there was a lot of laughs along the way. Second half of the show is upped by our jovialities from the first, so a good time is had by all. Except Gramie, probably. Listen in for the maple syrup-sucking sounds of: MASTERY, WARCALL, NEPHELLUM, CROSSTITUTION, POWERED BY DEATH, FALLSTAF, THIS IS DEATH VALLEY, VENOMENON, SPEWGORE, ENGLISH DOGS, ROMPEPROP, RE-ARMED, THE VILE, MORBUS CHRON, SQUASH BOWELS, TORMENTED, JOHANSSON & SPECKMAN and VOIVOD.