The Bopst Show: All Wrong (Episode 204)

This week’s Bopst show features The Shadows, The Two Man Gentleman Band, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, Judas Priest, and more.


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Title: The Bopst Show: “All Wrong (Episode 204)”
Rating: PG-13 (Adult Situations & Language)
Intent: To point out wrong.

Random Richmond Diversion: neighbors who live nearby say they have no problem at all
Random USA Diversion: No thumbs were broken, and nobody ended up in a landfill in New Jersey, but money disappeared, lots and lots of it, and its manner of disappearance had a familiar name: organized crime
Random World Diversion: False Declaration
Random Image: Danger
Random Music Blog: Quiet Rebel
Random Bopst Show: The Bopst Show: “Contention (Episode 84)”
Mainstream Bopst Fluff: Dark and foreboding whirling keyboards are spiked with agitated beats leering through a prism of Cop Shoot Cop doom and Bauhaus gloom

Be afraid…Be very, very afraid:

Construction Date: Friday June 22nd, 2012
Equipment: Mac G5, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 Microphone
Posted: June 25th, 2012
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: The Letter People, The Shadows, Electric Guest, Johnny Clarke, Nappy Brown, Bobby Atkins, S.O.A., Della Humphrey, DJ Krush, Vic Flick, Little Howlin’ Wolf, Charlotte Dada, A Tribe Called Quest, Black Velvet, Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band, The Two Man Gentlemen Band, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, Henry Mancini, Tony Joe White, Judas Priest, Wonderlea

Liner Notes

Everything popular is wrong.Oscar Wild

Here are some shows I’m hustling at Balliceaux this week…

NEXT NEW SHOW: 07/02/12

New show times. The Bopst Show airs Sundays, 11PM and Tuesdays, 6PM (EST-USA) on KAOS Radio Austin.

Until Next Time:

Stay clean,

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Chris Bopst believes that god is nothing more than the summation of us all. At least, that’s what the goose bumps tell him.

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