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A quarter century in the making, The BoneBat Show is a tri-weekly joint project from
the creators
of Bonehand.com and Mightywombat.com. It is an audio collection of the
intermittantly hilarious,
profanity laden musings, declarations and arguments of longtime
friends Steve and Gord, set to
original, funky beats, and converted to zeros and ones for
your listening pleasure. Please enjoy
responsibly.
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WARNING:  BoneBat consists almost entirely of adult language and juvenile content, and as such should not
be listened to by: children, adults, the elderly, anyone who is pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant, anyone
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"HECTOPHONY!" -  posted 04/28/13

BlingBat

This Episode: Gord and Steve celebrate a century of sonic insanity in style, as
they relive the glories of the 
2013 BoneBat "Comedy of Horrors"Film Fest by
visiting with director James Feeney of this year's Viewers Choice Winner for Best
Short, KILLER KART, then take you there personally for the full Q&A with Tyler
Glodt
, Matt Albrecht and Meg Cionni of BUCK WILD! Next, they are joined by
Vreth
of Finland's mighty FINNTROLL to go behind the scenes, and check out
choice tunes from their latest release Blodsvept! Plus, the new BoneBat News
segment is unveiled, along with a load of festive feedback, even more What Pisses
Us Off
, P
olitical Ranting like only Gord can, and triple the Multimedia Triage
with reviews of Joe Abercrombie's First Law trilogy and Scott Lynch's novel
The Lies of Locke Lamora,
the games Battleblock Theater and Bioshock 2,
Clutch's
latest album Earth Rocker, the new Scream Factory blu-rays From
Beyond
and Phantasm II, the films Evil Dead 2013 and Trance, plus a look back
at Airplane, The Matrix and The Shining, all while going long on the nomenclature
in this scintillating centennial episode 100 of The BoneBat Show!


Finntroll 2013
Finntroll, photo by Jarmo Katila, Jarmo Katila Photography                        

Episode One Hundred Music:

We launch this episode with "Ett Folk Förbannat" from Finntroll's 2013 release Blodsvept, chased by "När Jättar
Marschera" from the same release. We pause to dedicate
"Kvällning" from 2007's Ur Jorden's Djup to the memory
of I ROT's Robert "BJ" Annette, then take up the Blodvept flag once more with
"Rösets Kung", "Skövlarens Död",
"Skogsdotter", "Fanskapsfylld", "Midvinterdraken" and the title cut, which serves as our first featured track. We then
return briefly to
Ur Jorden's Djup for "Sång" and "Korpens Saga", before our second spotlight cut from Blodsvept,
"Två Ormar". Ur Jorden's Djup
is again the source for
"Ormhäxan", "Under Två Runor", and "En Mäktig Här,
before we close out our interview with Vreth with another new track from Blodsvept,
"Häxbrygd". We then close
out Ur Jorden's Djup with "Nedgång", "Ur Djupet", "Slagbröder" and "Maktens Spira", leading in to featured tune
#3,
"Mordminnen", also courtesy of Blodsvept.  We then march on to 2010's Nifelvind for "Blodmarsch", "Solsagan",
"Den Frusna Munnen" and
"Ett Norrskensdåd". We then jump all the way back to 2001's Jakten's Tid for our final
featured cut "Aldhissla", then return to Nifelvind for "I Trädens sång", "Tiden Utan Tid"
, "Galgasång", "Mot
Skuggornas Värld", "Fornfamnad" and
"Under Berget's Rot", before we close with one last salute to BJ with
I ROT'S "Can You Tell".

 Blodsvept  Nifelvind  Ur Jorden's Djup        

All music in Episode 100 (except the I ROT) was written and performed by Finntroll, played courtesy of Century
Media Records and their own bad selves. Check 'em out at FINNTROLL.NET, or pick up a CD (and you should!)
by clicking any of the covers above.
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This episode is dedicated to the memory of Robert "BJ" Annette of I ROT/Dying to Bleed.
                                                   
BJ  BJ of I ROT 
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"SMUGGLING CHUPS" -  posted 03/29/13
BBFF13
                      Art by Nick Gucker! Linked!                            
This Episode: Gord and Steve cut to the chase, as they team up with Seattle funk innovators
Tip To Base to unleash a monster preview of the
2013 BoneBat "Comedy of Horrors"
Film Fest, where they detail the evening's entertainment lineup, whilst serving up interviews
with director Dustin Mills of Puppet Monster Massacre, Buck Wild
director Tyler Glodt,
and writer Kevin Lehane of Grabbers! Plus, even more
What Pisses Us Off and Filthy
Jokes
round out this filmically resplendent e
pisode 99 of The BoneBat Show!

Puppet Monster Massacre  Buck Wild  Grabbers

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Episode Ninety-Nine Music:

This show, we kick things off with "Blackjack", from the 2012 debut EP No Consequences from Tip To Base. We then keep
things hopping with a selection of BoneBat Exclusive demos from 2011, namely
"One More Time", "Breakfast Sex", "Pussy
Pie", "Bearded Clam", "There is No Rush" before returning to the EP for our first featured cut "Cut to the Chase". Next up
it's back to the demos for "Down", "Laid Back", "Ass Face", "Synchronized Swimming" and "Twang Town", leading in to our
3rd EP spotlight track, "Return to the Mothership". We revisit the demo versions of
"Cut To The Chase" and "Mothership",
and hit repeat on "Breakfast Sex", before charging into our 4th featured EP tune, the Tip to Base anthem "Natural Disaster".
We then take another spin through 
"Pussy Pie", "Bearded Clam", "There is No Rush", "Down", "Laid Back" and "Ass Face"
en route to our fifth featured tune, "A Few Hours Later...", following up with another shot of 
"Synchronized Swimming",
"Cut To The Chase", "Mothership", "Breakfast Sex" and "Twang Town". We shine the spotlight on BoneBat's favorite demo
"Professioneer", and reset "Mothership", "Blackjack", and "Natural Disaster" ou the way to our closer, "Backup Plan" from
No Consequences
.

No Consequences
All of the music in Episode 99 was performed by TIP TO BASE, used courtesy of their own bad selves. Check them
out at their official site HERE, via their Facebook page HERE, or buy their CD by clicking the striking cover above.

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"D.R.I. CAULK" -  posted 02/17/13
DRI, live at El Corazon 2/13
D.R.I, Live at El Corazon Seattle 2/2/2013. Photo by Jana Perry, Jana Perry Photography

This Episode: Steve and Gord indulge their love for old school punk, as they are
joined by guitarist Spike Cassidy of Dirty Rotten Imbeciles for an amazing tour
through D.R.I.'s music and history, highlighted by a pair of unreleased demos for
your listening pleasure! All this plus What Pisses Us Off,
Gord's Political Rant,
fresh Filthy Jokes, and Multimedia Triage reviews of the films Warm Bodies,
Bon Cop Bad Cop,
and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, the premiere of TV's
Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, and the books Red Country by Joe
Abercrombie and Graham McNeil's Angel Exterminatus, will warm your ears
in this couch slouching episode 98 of The BoneBat Show!
                         
Episode Ninety-Eight Music:
This episode we kick things off with "The Five Year Plan" by D.R.I., taken from their 1987 release Crossover,
before backsliding to 1985's incredible Dealing With It for "Snap", "I'd Rather Be Sleeping", "Marriage",
"Yes Ma'am", "Soup Kitchen", "Stupid, Stupid War", "Counter Attack", "Couch Slouch", "God Is Broke",
"Karma", and our first featured cut, "Slit My Wrist". Because it rules, We stick with Dealing With It for

"Nursing Home Blues", "I Don't Need Society", "Give My Taxes Back", second spotlight track "Mad Man,
 "The Explorer", "Reagonomics", "How to Act", "Shame", "Argument Then War", "Evil Minds", "Busted
Again", "Equal People", "On My Way Home", and "Bail Out". Then, it's back to Crossover
for "Tear it
Down", "A Coffin", "Probation", "I.D.K.Y.", "Decisions", "Hooked", and "Go Die!", en route to our third
featured tune, the unreleased demo "Against Me". We close out Crossover with  "Redline", "No Religion",
"Fun and Games", "Oblivion", "Outro" and our fourth featured cut "Probation", before hitting up the 2004
compilation Dirty Rotten Hitz for a few choice cuts from 1983's Dirty Rotten LP. Namely, "Commuter
Man", "Sad To Be", fifth spotlight song "
Who Am I", "Violent Pacification" and "Yes Ma'am". Finally,
we are proud to close the show with the unreleased demo "As Seen on TV", heard here on The BoneBat
Show
for the first time anywhere!


Dirty
                                                          Rotten LP Dealing
                                                          With It Crossover

All the music played in episode 98 was written and performed by DIRTY ROTTEN IMBECILES,  used courtesy
of their own bad selves. Check 'em out at their site HERE , or buy a CD by clicking your cover of choice above.
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Angel
                                                          Exterminatus   Hansel and Gretel
                                                          Witch Hunters    Warm Bodies    Red
                                                          Country

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"THE SHORT STROKES" -  posted 01/20/13

BoneBat Chibi Style!

This Episode: Gord and Steve serve up a fresh batch for the new year, featuring
much discussion of nature show football, more What Pisses Us Off than you can
shake a stick at, and brand new cuts out of Nor Cal from BoneBat faves San
Kazakgascar
and The Pine Box Boys! A
ll this plus Gord's latest Political Rant,
more Filthy Jokes, and Multimedia Triage reviews of the films Beasts of the
Southern Wild, Django Unchained, Jack Reacher,
and Seeking a Friend for the
End of the World;
the book Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell; and further
discussion of the games Dishonored and XCOM provide you with pure listening
satisfaction in this richly appointed episode 97 of The BoneBat Show!

Episode Ninety-Seven Music:
This episode we kick things off with "Vasily" by San Kazakgascar, taken from the 2012 Drought Times EP,
followed by "Crispy Lords" and "Raindance for the Idiots" from the same release. This is followed by our first
featured cut, "And Your Lips", from The Pine Box Boys and their 2012 EP Worms. We stick with PBB and
Worms
for "Sweet Southern Smile" and spotlight track #2 "The Devil Is In The Dust", as well as "Good Boots",
"Let Us Refrain", and "Puking Blood, Spitting Teeth, Being High". We then return to scenic San Kaz for third
featured tune "The Switchbacks are Crumbling", and revisit
"Crispy Lords" and "Raindance for the Idiots",
before flipping back to The Pine Box Boys for our AND the Worms EP's closer, "The Band's Drunk".

Drought
                                                          Times EP  Worms

All the music played in episode 97 was written and performed by the above artists, used courtesy of their own bad
selves.
Check 'em out at their websites here, [San Kazakgascar] [The Pine Box Boys], o
r better yet, buy a CD by
clicking the cover above.
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                                                          Unchained  Unfamiliar












                                                          Fishes  Dishonored   

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"NERDCORE NAVIDAD!" -  posted 12/23/12
                 
This Episode: Gord and Steve get their holiday on Nerdcore-Style, as they celebrate
the season by abusing the eggnog, indiscriminately invoking Krampas, and 
previewing
Nerdcore Now's 2nd Vocalist Producer Challenge, all while enjoying their favorite
cuts from VPC volume 1!  Plus, we've got What Pisses Us Off, Gord's latest Political
Rant,
Multimedia Triage reviews of the films Super, Carnage, Mongol, and The
Hobbit;
the novel Wanted Man by Lee Child and the comic Invincible by Robert
Kirkman and Ryan Ottley; Gord's take on CoD: Black Ops 2, and a very special
reading of 'Twas The Night Before Christmas to stuff YOUR stocking in this thickly
Yule-scented episode 96 of The BoneBat Show!

Nerdcore Now VPC Vol. 1


Episode Ninety-Six Music:
This episode we kick things off with "The Masters" by XoC & Milk-Plus, taken from Nerdcore Now's VPC Volume 1
Compilation, as are all the cuts featured this episode. This is followed by "Escape" from Stevie Kincade & killsaly,
Deafinition & Untested Methods' "I Remember", "Going Back To Sleep" by Mikal kHill & Entity, Jake Bit & Danger
Aaron on "Tie Party", and "Redemption Round"  by
PovertyMan & Benjamin Bear, leading up to our first featured cut,
"Ballad of the 81" by
Solus & Dr. DARPA. Next up, it's Death*Star's MC-3PO & Bill Beats Feat. Brittany Dixon with
"Unemployment Beach" and Happi MC & MC Squared feat. Carlos De Los Santos on "I Already Miss You", before our
2nd spotlight tune "Inhuman 117" from
MC 117 & ProjektZero. Then we've got C0splay & Sketch (AKA Lex Lingo)
with "Geek2Freek", "No Contest" from MC Gigahertz & D-Form, our friend Billy The Fridge & Ill Gill on "Deliverance
Delivery", and Wattsworth & Yuki feat. Navi on "Feels Good"
. Shubzilla & The Chairman serve up "Baby Steps" as our
third and final featured track, before we round things out with
MC Wreckshin & Thugmasta J feat. Betty Rebel on
"Kitty Life", "Tech Support" from Sulfur & Cecilnick feat. Int80, and our killer closer,
My Baby Left Me (For Skyrim)
by K
ABUTO THE PYTHON & Beaker, featuring the mighty Schaffer the Darklord!
 
All the music played in episode 96 was written and performed by the below artists, u
sed courtesy of Nerdcore Now,
and their own bad selves.
Check 'em out at
Nerdcore Now headquarters, or buy a CD by clicking the cover above.
Be like Steve and Gord and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC! 

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Black Ops
                                                          2 Super Wanted
                                                          Man The
                                                          Hobbit

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"HATESGIVING!" -  posted 11/25/12
The
              Haunted Logo
                 
This Episode: Steve and Gord herald the arrival of the holiday season by hurling invective
far and wide, while celebrating the chronically crushing career of Sweden's The Haunted
in our most music-laden episode ever! All this plus Political Rants, Filthy Jokes, and
Multimedia Triage
reviews of the films Identity and the director's cut of Little Shop
of Horrors
, the novel Pariah from Dan Abnett and Black Library, and more on
Borderlands 2 and AMC's The Walking Dead send you home satisfied in this hatefully
stuffed episode 95 of The BoneBat Show!


The Haunted
 
The Haunted, 2008. Photo by Olle Carlsson, www.ollecarlsson.se

All the music played in episode 95 was written and performed by The Haunted, u
sed courtesy Century Media Records,
Earache Records, and their own bad selves.
Check 'em out at www.the-haunted.com, or buy a CD by clicking the covers
below.
Be like Steve and Gord and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Episode Ninety-Five Music:
This episode we kick things off with ...
the horror descends with the cut "Everytime" from Horror Vacui's 2012 HorrorPainGoreDeath debut In
Darkness You will Feel Alright
, followed by the tunes
"Intro", "Black Rivers", "I Like It When A Soldier Dies" and
"Corvus Corax", leading into our first featured cut, "Trick or Treat" by Sam Haynes from the 2012 release Halloween
Carnival
. We stick with that CD for "Phantom Creeps"
before we slip in a little custom audio from Stalker Farms
entitled "Suzie's Room". Then it's back to Horror Vacui for "Yersinia", "Arabian Spring", and our second featured track
"In Darkness You Will Feel Alright". Sam Haynes takes the helm for "Darkness Falls", "Creeper", "Killer's Moon",
"March of the Marionettes", 'Nightmares" and our third spotlight cut "Haunted House". We revisit "Nightmares",
"Darkness Falls" and "Creeper", slice through "One Dark Night", "The Forest", "Something Wicked", "Midnight Circus"
and "Fear of the Dark", and take a secolnd swipe at "Trick or Treat" and "Haunted House" on our way to our fourth
featured cut, the DJ Cheekyboy rarity "Busta Ghosts". We then return to Horror Vacui for "Leave Me Alone", "Outro",
"A Destructive Game (demo)" and "
Insanity (demo)" and revisit "Everytime" and "In Darkness You Will Feel Alright"
on the way to our epic closer from Brendon Small's Dethklok, "I Ejaculate Fire" from their latest release Dethalbum III.

The Haunted  Versus  Unseen

As reviewed in this episode's Multimedia Triage. Click the covers for more information.            

Identity     Little
                                                          Shop of
                                                          Horrors
                                                          Directors Cut   Pariah

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"THREE TIMES THE TERROR!" -  posted 10/21/12

Bub by Chris
              Kuchta
   Zombi by Chris
              Kuchta              
                  All Hallows Steve                                                    Gored

Art by Chris Kuchta. Check out more of his amaxing work at www.horrorartist.com

This Episode: Steve and Gord are joined by special guest-host Julie to crack open the tomb
for 3 times the thrills, chills and bloody spills, as Steve and Julie bring you their latest Seattle
area haunt tours from Stalker Farms, Haunted Nightmare and Nightmare at Beaver Lake;
we savor some cinematic scares with reports from the Maelstrom International Fantastic
Film Fest
, and chat with Bryan from the Drunken Zombie Film Fest and Justin Giallo on
his Grindhouse Theater film series, and cap it all off with monstrous new music from
Horror Vacui
, Sam Haynes, and none other than DETHKLOK! All this plus a bulging
goody sack of What Pisses Us Off, Filthy Jokes, Political ranting, and Multimedia Triage
reviews of the film Wristcutters: A Love Story, the games X-Com: Enemy Unknown from
Firaxis, Telltale's Walking Dead, and World of Kelflings Curse of the Zombiesaurus DLC,
and new seasons of TV's The League and Walking Dead close the crypt in this evilicious
episode 94 of The BoneBat Show!  

Episode Ninety-Four Music:
This episode the horror descends with the cut "Everytime" from Horror Vacui's 2012 HorrorPainGoreDeath debut In
Darkness You will Feel Alright
, followed by the tunes
"Intro", "Black Rivers", "I Like It When A Soldier Dies" and
"Corvus Corax", leading into our first featured cut, "Trick or Treat" by Sam Haynes from the 2012 release Halloween
Carnival
. We stick with that CD for "Phantom Creeps"
before we slip in a little custom audio from Stalker Farms
entitled "Suzie's Room". Then it's back to Horror Vacui for "Yersinia", "Arabian Spring", and our second featured track
"In Darkness You Will Feel Alright". Sam Haynes takes the helm for "Darkness Falls", "Creeper", "Killer's Moon",
"March of the Marionettes", 'Nightmares" and our third spotlight cut "Haunted House". We revisit "Nightmares",
"Darkness Falls" and "Creeper", slice through "One Dark Night", "The Forest", "Something Wicked", "Midnight Circus"
and "Fear of the Dark", and take a secolnd swipe at "Trick or Treat" and "Haunted House" on our way to our fourth
featured cut, the DJ Cheekyboy rarity "Busta Ghosts". We then return to Horror Vacui for "Leave Me Alone", "Outro",
"A Destructive Game (demo)" and "
Insanity (demo)" and revisit "Everytime" and "In Darkness You Will Feel Alright"
on the way to our epic closer from Brendon Small's Dethklok, "I Ejaculate Fire" from their latest release Dethalbum III.

In Darkness You Will Feel All Right  Halloween Carnival  DethAlbum 3

All the music played in episode 94 was written and performed by the above artists, u
sed courtesy of their own bad selves.
Check 'em out at the above linked websites, or buy a CD by clicking the covers above. Be like Steve and Gord and
SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

Be
sure to visit the Haunts from this year's audio tours! Time is running out!
               
             Field of Screams
               
             Haunted Nightmare

           
               Nightmare at Beaver Lake
Scares from the Cinema! Click for more information!

MIFFF DZFF Grindhouse



















                                                          Theater

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Wristcutters  XCOM: Enemy Unknown  Walking
                                                          Dead: The
                                                          Game
 

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The Blind Dead by Chris
              Kuchta

  Happy Halloween from Steve and Gord!

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"Five Finger Fridge Punch!" 10/07/12

Billy Th e
            Fridge

This Episode: Steve and Gord are joined by Seattle's own colossus of couplets Billy The Fridge,
as they celebrate 5 years of sonic shenanigans by serving up a royalty-worthy portion of rants, raves,
ribaldry and smoking new rhymes from Billy's latest release o' raps Old Fashioned! All this plus a
scorching session of "What Pisses Us Off", our PAX Prime coda featuring the games Dishonored,
World of Warplanes, and Torchlight 2, fantastic listener feedback, and MultiMedia Triage reviews
of the game Borderlands 2, the books Fear to Tread by James Swallow, Scott Sigler's The MVP,
and Bradygames' Borderlands 2 Strategy Guide, as well as Cabin in the Woods on DVD, crown
this king-sized episode 93 of The BoneBat Show!

Episode Ninety-Three Music:
This Episode, we kick things off with the fearsome one-two punch of "Feature Presentation" and "8-Ton Gorilla", taken
from the 2012 release Old Fashioned by Billy The Fridge, followed by "Dumb", "Jokes On You" ft. Andy Milonakis,
"Brown Bag", "Thirsty" ft. Grynch, "Seattle Love Story" and "Just A Bill" from the same release, leading up to our first
featured cut "Cadillac Rollin' Fat", from the 2010 CD Million Dollar Fantasy Freak Show. We then wrap up Old
Fashioned
with "Hustlin' Scufflin'" ft. Ricky Pharoe, "Workaholic", and "The Hangover", before fading back to 2011's
Lunch Box Soldiers EP to sample the title cut, "Food Fight" ft. Timm Konn and Type, "Dime A Dozen", "Fat Camp"
ft. Timm Konn & Beefy, and "For The Kids" ft. Tim Konn. Next up is our 2nd featured track, Old Fashioned's "Gangster
Dick", before we dive into 2010's Million Dollar Fantasy Freak Show for reals with "A Billy", "Lusty Lady" and "Bill
Gates Money". The LBS EP makes with "Beast Mode" ft. Kabuto the Python as our third spotlight cut, before we bounce
back to MDFFS for "The Wrestler", "A New Hope" and "Political Party". "Forever Alone" from Old Fashioned serves as
our fourth featured tune, before we close out Million Dollar Fantasy Freak Show with "Armstrong", "Smells Like Hip-
Hop", "So Intelligent", "40 Bar Diss", & killer closer "Put 'Em Up".

Old Fashioned  Lunch Box
            Soldiers  Million Dollar Fantasy Freak Show
All music in Episode 93 was arranged and performed by Billy The Fridge, used courtesy of his
own bad self. Check him out via Bandcamp, on his FB page HERE, or purchase his music by
clicking the covers above. Be like Steve and Gord, and SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

As discussed in this episode's MultiMedia Triage. Click below for more info:
    
Borderlands
            2  Borderlands 2 Strategy Guide  Fear To Tread  Cabin In The Woods  The
            MVP

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"PAX Hermanos!" 09/09/12


PAX 2012

This Episode: Steve and Gord bring PAX Prime 2012 to YOU, as they serve up sneak peeks
of your forthcoming favorite games X-Com: Enemy Unknown, Borderlands 2, Disney's Epic
Mickey 2
and Firefall; discussion with the creators of Containment and Telltale Games' The
Walking Dead
; an incredible selection of our favorite indie picks, and a thought-provoking
conversation with game designer David Sirlin on the ever-expanding stable of excellence at
Sirlin Games; all highlighted by the viciously versatile VGM of NY's This Place Is Haunted!
All this plus even more "What Pisses Us Off", a fresh take on Filthy Jokes, and MultiMedia
Triage reviews of the films The Campaign, Lawless and Moonrise Kingdom, the novel The
Dragon Factory
by Jonathan Maberry, and the semi-season finale of Breaking Bad make
whole this Ecco-locutionary episode 92 of The BoneBat Show!
        
This Place is Haunted, LIVE at MAGFest 2010
   
TPIH live from Magfest 10                                     Photo by: Kaptain Carbon / www.caspianisdead.com

Episode Ninety-Two Music:
This Episode, we press play to the thrilling strains of "Castlevania I", from the 2012 remaster of This Place Is
Haunted's
debut self-titled release, followed by "Double Dragon", and our first featured cut "Super Mario Bros II".
We stick with that CD for the pair "Golden Axe II" and "Castlevania II (Simon's Quest)", 2nd featured track "X-Men
(sega genesis)", and even sneak in a brief "Pac Man". We then advance to 2010's You Have Chosen...Poorly for our
3rd spotlight tune "The Dizknee Suite", before returning to close out the debut with the duo "Ecco The Dolphin" and
"Ecco The Dolphin 2". Next, we crack open 2009's Your Song Will Ecco Throughout the Vast Ocean​.​.​. for "Grand
Theft Auto IV" and "Ecco - Defender of the Universe", bounce back to You Have Chosen...Poorly for "Boob Tube
Job" and final close with Your Song Will Ecco​.​.​.'s "Bastard (original)" and final cut "Cannibal Holocaust".


This Place Is Haunted Remastered TPIH 2 You Have Chosen...Poorly
All music in Episode 92 was arranged and performed by This Place Is Haunted, used courtesy
of their own bad selves. Check them out via Bandcamp, on their FB page HERE, or purchase
their music by clicking the covers above.  Be like Steve and Gord, and
SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!
 
CHOICE LINKS FROM PAX 2012!

X-Com: Enemy Unknown      Borderlands 2      Disney's Epic Mickey 2

Firefall    The Walking Dead    Hell Yeah!    Torchlight 2     Dishonored     

Sirlin Games:             Flash Duel                Yomi               Puzzle Strike

Gord's Indie Picks: Containment        Guacamelee        AirMech

Steve's Indie Picks: Dinos Go Home   Bust 'N' Rush     Blacklight: Retribution

ALL STEVE'S PICKS CAN BE PLAYED NOW FOR FREE! You're welcome.

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Redd, Spite and Blues - posted 08/05/12


Redd Kross LIVE!

This Episode: Steve and Gord find their summer spite soothed as they are joined by Steven
McDonald of REDD KROSS for an amazingly informative jaunt through the band's punk-pop
history, complete with brand new cuts from their long awaited Merge Records release
Researching the Blues!
Plus, we add to our list of What Pisses Us Off, make with the political
ranting and Filthy Jokes, and serve up Multimedia Triage reviews of the books Let’s Pretend
This Never Happened
by Jenny LawsonThe Primarchs from Black Library, and David Liss's
The Twelfth Enchantment, the films Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises, Savages,
and Your Highness, the Cthulhu Gloom Card Game from Atlas Games, and finally Kirby
Krackle's
Live in Seattle in this sunny, shiny episode 91 of  The BoneBat Show! 

Redd Kross Setlist 5/17/91

Episode Ninety-One Music:
This episode, we kick things off with "Uglier", taken from the 2012 release Researching the Blues from Redd Kross,
followed by "Stay Away from Downtown", "Dracula's Daughters", "Meet Frankenstein", "One of the Good Ones", and
"Choose to Play", leading in to the title track, which serves as our first featured tune. We close out the latest rounder with
"Winter Blues" and "Hazel Eyes", before hailing back to the 1987 album Neurotica for IT's namesake, as well as "Play
My Song", "Frosted Flake", "Janus, Jeanie, and George Harrison", "Love is You", "McKenzie", "Tatum O' Tot and the
Fried Vegetables", "Ballad of a Love Doll", "What They Say", "Ghandi Is Dead", "Beautiful Bye-Byes", "Pink Piece of
Peace", and "It's the Little Things". Then we travel back even further to 1982 and Born Innocent, for "Linda Blair",
"White Trash", "Everyday There's Someone New", "Solid Gold", "Burn-Out", "Charlie", an older version of "Tatum O'Tot
and the Fried Vegetables", "St. Lita Ford Blues", and "Self Respect", before we return to Researching the Blues for 2nd
spotlight selection, "The Nu Temptations". Next, it's a return to the Innocent for "Pseudo-Intellectual", "Kill Someone
You Hate", Stu Phillips' "Look on Up at the Bottom" from Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, "Cellulite City", Bo Diddly's
"I'm Alright", Manson's "Cease to Exist", and "Notes and Chords Mean Nothing to Me". Finally, it is back to Neurotica
for our third featured cut "Peach Kelli Pop", and we revisit Researching's "Winter Blues" one last time because I dig it,
before we close with Redd Kross's cover of  Kiss's "Deuce" from the 1984 rounder Teen Babes from Monsanto.


Researching the Blues  Third Eye
    
 Neurotica  Born Innocent

All of the music in Episode 91 (with the above-mentioned exceptions) was written and performed
by REDD KROSS, used courtesy of Merge Records, and/or their own bad selves. Check them
out at their Official Site HERE, or buy some bitchin' ass tunes by clicking the covers above.
Be like Steve & Gord! SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!

As discussed in this episode's MultiMedia Triage. Click below for more info:
 
Twelfth Enchantment  Cthulhu Gloom  Live
            In Seattle

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