Source – Lost Tape (2018) with a Zone 105 Stream (2000) Patch
An episode first shared in 2000, now 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Six year old Paulina joins them in studio much to everyone’s delight. Solid Episode!
From Wiki: Third Eye Blind is an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1993. The songwriting duo of Stephan Jenkins and Kevin Cadogan signed the band’s first major-label recording contract with Elektra Records in 1996, which was later reported as the largest publishing deal ever for an unsigned artist. The band released their self-titled debut album in 1997, with the band largely consisting of Jenkins (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Cadogan (lead guitar), Arion Salazar (bass guitar), and Brad Hargreaves (drums). Shortly after the release of the band’s second album in 1999, Blue, with the same line-up, Cadogan was released from the band under controversial circumstances.
The band continued, but with many line-up changes and gaps between album releases. The band released Out of the Vein in 2003 and Ursa Major in 2009, with only Jenkins and Hargreaves as the remaining core members. The band’s current iteration, including Kryz Reid (lead guitar), Alex Kopp (keyboards), and Alex LeCavalier (bass guitar), recorded the band’s fifth studio album, Dopamine, which was released in 2015. The same lineup remained stable into 2018, recording and releasing the 2016 EPWe Are Drugs and the cover song EP Thanks for Everything, which was released on August 24, 2018.
The band found commercial success in the late 1990s, with Third Eye Blind and Blue going six times and single platinum in the United States, respectively. Several songs were a commercial success as well, with “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper,” and “How’s It Going to Be,” all reaching the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100, and “Never Let You Go” reaching the Top 20. Third Eye Blind has sold around 12 million records worldwide.
The documentary consists of first person interviews of people involved in the pimping lifestyle (“the game”). The interviews are separated by short clips from 1970s blaxploitation films such as Willie Dynamite, The Mack, and Dolemite.
The first portion of the documentary focuses on pimps working illegally. The illegal pimps that are interviewed are from all over the United States, e.g., Charm from Hawaii, Fillmore Slim from San Francisco, and Payroll from Las Vegas. These pimps, and many others discuss their theories on the history of prostitution. The pimps go on to talk about their philosophy on pimping, and how they live their daily life.
The film also discusses the legal sector of prostitution. Dennis Hof, the owner of the Bunny Ranch in Nevada, is interviewed. He feels that Nevada is much smarter than the other states because they have imposed the proper health and background checks on prostitution, instead of trying to suppress prostitution by making it illegal.
The majority of the documentary glorifies the pimping lifestyle. The pimps and prostitutes interviewed mainly discuss the perks of the lifestyle. They talk about the money they have made, and the expensive suits and cars they were able to buy. However, near the end of the film, the interviews involve prostitutes that have died from the lifestyle as well as pimps who have retired and hold straight jobs or those who are now in jail.
An episode first shared in 2000, now 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Adam is once again broadcasting from New York after his final appearance on ‘Late Night With Conan O’Brien’ and this episode features some of the all time dumbest callers in the show’s history, it’s remarkable!
An episode first shared in 2000, now 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Adam is in NYC and Drew suspects a state of inebriation. Adam claims to be drunk but not impaired, Adam’s audio is not the best but that’s due to the limitations of the studio in NYC, someone didn’t set the mic up correctly.
An episode first shared in 2000, now 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Adam is fresh from the Raiders mini camp and he’s exhausted and cranky which makes for a unique episode. Matthew gives solid advice and is very present throughout the show proving again why he’s a ‘Sleeper Classic’ guest. Great Episode.
Source – JBJ Tape (2008) with a Zone 105 Stream (2000) patch
An episode first shared in 2000, now merged with the 2008 JBJ recording for a 99.9% complete episode. Duran Duran are returning to the show, once again proving why they’re always sleeper classic guests.
The video age catapulted Duran Duran into the mainstream with the introduction of the 24-hour music channel MTV. Many of their videos were shot on 35 mm film, which gave a much more polished look than was standard at the time. They also collaborated with professional film directors to take the quality a step further, often teaming up with Australian director Russell Mulcahy for some of their most memorable video offerings. In 1984, the band were early innovators with video technology in their live stadium shows.
The group was formed by keyboardist Nick Rhodes and bass guitarist John Taylor, with the later addition of drummer Roger Taylor, and after numerous personnel changes, guitarist Andy Taylor and lead singer Simon Le Bon. These five members featured the most commercially successful line-up. The group has never disbanded, but after separation of Andy and Roger Taylor in 1986, the line-up has changed to include former Missing Persons American guitarist Warren Cuccurullo from 1989 to 2001 and American drummer Sterling Campbell from 1989 to 1991. The reunion of the original five members in the early 2000s created a stir among the band’s fans and music media. Andy Taylor left the band once again in mid-2006, and guitarist Dom Brown has since been working with the band as a session player and touring member.