LLBC Episode 07-31-1995

LLBC – (feat. Riki Rachtman and Dr. Drew)

07/31/1995 Sunday Night Show

Source – Adam Carolla DAT TAPE (2020)

This episode has never been shared online, Riki teases the next episode with Mr. Birchum. It’s roughly 99% complete just missing a few moments from the top of the show. The Tape is from Adam’s personal collection and seems to have been recorded at his home unlike the other rare DAT sourced recordings from Engineer Mike. The Tape was labeled August 1995, Mr. Birchum, sadly another tape for the following night has still never been found.

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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LLBC Episode 02-24-1994

LLBC – (feat. Green Day and KROQ’s Tami Heide)

02/24/1994 Thursday Night Show

Source – The Mike TapeFord Trade (2019)

This episode has never been shared online, Tami is filling in for Riki Rachtman. The episode is roughly 85% complete.

From WikiDookie is the third studio album by American rock band Green Day, released on February 1, 1994 by Reprise Records. It was the band’s first collaboration with producer Rob Cavallo and its major record label debut. Dookie became a worldwide commercial success, peaking at number two on the US Billboard 200 and charting in seven countries.[2][3] The album helped propel Green Day, and even punk rock music into mainstream popularity.[4] Dookie was certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America for the shipments of 10 million copies.

Dookie produced five hit singles for the band: “Longview“, “When I Come Around“, “Basket Case“, a re-recorded version of “Welcome to Paradise” and the radio-only single “She“.[5] The album has garnered considerable acclaim, from its release to present day, winning a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album in 1995 and being ranked No. 193 on Rolling Stones list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.[6][7] As of 2014, Dookie is the band’s best-selling album with more than 20 million copies sold worldwide.[8]

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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LLBC Episode 06-30-1993

LLBC – (feat. No Doubt)

06/30/1993 Wednesday Night Show

Source – UnclePenny Tape (2012)

This episode has been online for over 6 years, now pitch corrected and nearly 100% complete.

From WikiNo Doubt is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band No Doubt, released on March 17, 1992 by Interscope Records. It was originally recorded as an independent release, but was re-recorded after the band signed with Interscope. It was produced by Dito Godwin and recorded in Los Angeles.

The album was released during a period in which the United States was mainly focused on grunge music, an angst-ridden genre that was almost the complete opposite of No Doubt’s upbeat, commercial sound. Despite strong tours, the album failed to perform as well as the record company expected it to, selling only 30,000 copies. The record company refused to fund the release of a single from it, so No Doubt released its only single “Trapped in a Box” independently. Since the band signed out of Interscope, the band independently produced and released a follow-up to No Doubt titled The Beacon Street Collection in 1995; it had a better commercial performance, selling 100,000 copies, leading Interscope to finance and support their third album Tragic Kingdom (1995).

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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LLBC Episode 04-18-1993

LLBC – (feat. Worst Of  LoveLine)

04/18/1993 Sunday Night Show

Source – UnclePenny Tape (2012)

This episode has been online for over 6 years, now pitch corrected and roughly 90% complete.

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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LLBC Episode 05-07-1989

LLBC – (feat. Devo and Dusty Street)

05/07/1989 Sunday Night Show

Source – UnclePenny Tape (2012)

This episode has been shared online for over 6 years, it’s roughly 50% complete.

From WikiTotal Devo is the seventh studio album by the American new wave band Devo. It was originally released in May 1988, their first album on Enigma Records, four years after their previous album, Shout. The album was recorded between 1986 and 1988, with the basic tracks recorded at Devo studios, in Marina del Rey, and the additional tracks at Master Control, in Burbank, California.

Total Devo was the first Devo studio album without drummer Alan Myers, who was replaced by former Sparks drummer David Kendrick. This was the last Devo album to include use of the Fairlight CMI digital sampling synthesizer, which was mostly used for pre-sequencing the album, as well as for sampling in the choruses of “Some Things Never Change” and “Agitated.”

“The Shadow” has lyrics that contain numerous references to literary works. The chorus is partially lifted from T. S. Eliot‘s poem “The Hollow Men” and it incorporates and paraphrases the catchphrase from the serials following the character The Shadow (“Who knows what lurks in the hearts of men?/The shadow knows!”).

The song “Some Things Never Change” is partly based on the similarly titled “Some Things Don’t Change,” which was a reject from their previous album Shout and would later appear on the compilation album Recombo DNA. The song also paraphrases a lyric from the Beatles‘ “A Day in the Life” and appeared in Interplay‘s computer adventure gameNeuromancer, itself an adaptation of the 1984 novel of the same name by William Gibson.

The song “Baby Doll” was used that same year in the comedy film Tapeheads, with newly recorded Swedish lyrics, and was credited to (and shown in a music video by) a fictitious Swedish band called Cube-Squared.

Total Devo was the only Devo album to be released on DAT in addition to the standard releases on vinyl, cassette and CD. At 41 minutes and thirty seconds long, it is also Devo’s longest studio album.

On July 17, 2018, Devo’s official Facebook page announced that Futurismo Inc. would be issuing a 30th anniversary two-disc deluxe edition of Total Devo, on both CD and vinyl formats.[1]

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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