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The Mad Music Comedy Zone Anthology, Episode 10-36, September 4, 2010
Topic: Time Machines 1981, 1982, 1983

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DJRockdoc   Offline  -  Member  -  09-08-10 01:34 AM  -  8 years ago
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Hi David -

Love the Time Machine shows. Great job w/ them. I notice you have had a show for every year in the 1980s except 1986, 1987, and 1989 (I Believe). Would be interested in time machine shows for those years. Thanks so much.

~DJ Rockdoc
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  09-08-10 01:38 AM  -  8 years ago
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Maybe David gave up on pop music around the time I did - for me, it was in 1985.
davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  09-08-10 01:48 AM  -  8 years ago
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They're coming up. I'm also planning to double the output of the MMCZ sometime soon. 26 episodes for the MMA have been produced, mostly with songs from the dismantled David Tanny Podcast (the version prior to Aug 2010 that used to feature other people's music before bandwidth outages on Podomatic became too frequent).

Years already featured: 1971, 1975, 1976, 1980-1985, 1988, 1990, 2000

For me, I gave up around 1998. Been sporadic since then. Cee-Lo's F-ck You song got my attention though. ;-)

Might also bring back the 80s Lost and Found feature as soon as I get enough requests for songs. I mix in some novelty songs along the way there too.









Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  09-08-10 01:51 AM  -  8 years ago
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I'd contribute an assload of pre-1985 songs of all kinds when the time comes if you put a thread here for it. No rap- no hair metal -guaranteed. Those things are what caused me to give up on music in '85. It all seemed to turn to crap then. One minute, you're listening to Prince and then Bon Jovi and Afrika Bambaataa become inescapable. You want to know why old people listen to Enya and Wolfgang Petry- I'll tell you why. So we never have to listen to Whitesnake or Poison again, that's why. Just play me a Ramones tune every now and again and I'll be content.
davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  09-08-10 01:53 AM  -  8 years ago
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You can just e-mail me your likes (and a few DISLIKES that you want me to feature on the TORTURE segment).
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  09-08-10 02:01 AM  -  8 years ago
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Oh, yes. I remember contributing a couple for the torture segment recently. Got plenty more.

Have you ever heard the rest of that Falco album (Falco 3) that 'Rock Me Amadeus' comes from? Go on- Play me the super snide "Amerika'. Or maybe "Macho Macho" - and yes it is what you think it's about. How about "Manner Des Westens" (Any Kind of Land) It's trippy, coke fueled Europop. He might still be making it if he didn't crash into that bus in the Caribbean.
davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  09-08-10 02:26 AM  -  8 years ago
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I got one via e-mail for the torture segment

The Conga by the Miami Sound Machine

I think that the torture segments would work best with well-known pop songs, like the ones that drove some listeners nuts when it got played on the radio.
Borntu   Offline  -  Member  -  01-19-11 01:49 AM  -  7 years ago
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Wow. This means as much to me as it means to you. Im glad I found you. This stuff is like heroin.
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