A brand new source for an existing episode, first recovered a decade ago. Now 100% complete with the missing 13+ minutes restored. Carlos is making his first of two visits to Classic Loveline, he returns to the show one more time in 2005 and then again after Adam’s departure in 2007 and 2008.
A brand new source for a long lost episode. Who knows what happens on this episode, let’s all listen together and find out.
From Wiki: Shmuel “Shmuley” Boteach (שמואל (שמולי) בוטח, /ˈʃmuːliboʊˈteɪ.ək/SHMOO-lee boh-TAY-ək; born November 19, 1966) is an American Orthodox Jewish rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker. Boteach is the author of 30 books, including Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy, published in 1999, and Kosher Jesus, published in 2012. His outspokenness has earned him praise and criticism; Newsweek magazine named him one of the 50 most influential rabbis in the United States three years in a row, including sixth in 2010. He resides in Englewood, New Jersey.
Source – Lost Tape (2017) with a last minute JBJ Tape (2008) Patch
A brand new source for an existing episode, first recovered a decade ago. Now 100% complete with the missing 3+ minutes restored and a huge audio upgrade. This is the 1st known appearance for the band, they return to the show one more time during the Adam era in 2001.
From Wiki: Static-X was an American industrial metal band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1994. The line-up fluctuated over the years, but always held constant with band founder, frontman, vocalist, and guitarist Wayne Static. Founders of the band were Wayne Static and original drummer Ken Jay. The band rose to fame with their 1999 debut album Wisconsin Death Trip where the band’s heavy industrial metal sound found attention within the burgeoning nu metal movement of the late 1990s, with the album eventually going platinum in the United States. The band released five more albums over the course of the next decade: Machine in 2001, Shadow Zone in 2003, Start a War in 2005, Cannibal in 2007, and Cult of Static in 2009.
Shortly after their last album’s release, the band entered a hiatus while Static worked on his solo album, Pighammer, in 2011. Static briefly reformed Static-X in 2012, using only members of his solo album’s touring band, before officially breaking up in June 2013. On November 1, 2014, Wayne Static died at the age of 48.
A brand new source for an existing episode, first recovered a decade ago. Now 100% complete with the missing 35+ minutes restored and a huge audio upgrade. This is the 2nd known appearance for the band, making their return visit to the radio show. This episode is heavy on callers who fart, Tyler calls back again for his 3rd or 4th call and we hear from a new flatulent female combatant. Great episode with lots of laughs.