Sunday, February 20, 2011

His Beck Is Worse Than His Bark

Glenn Beck has never been too tightly wrapped, but lately he seems to have com completely unraveled. There's not much we can say about this one that it doesn't say for itself. Most of these samples were taken from recent radio and TV broadcasts in which Beck waxes paranoiacally on the uprising in Egypt. Let's just hope that the Fox "News" employee benefits include mental health coverage. To borrow a line from Bruce Gilbert's father-in-law, the man has a few chairs missing in his living room.


The samples in this one came from a recent Rush Limbaugh show in which he made fun of the Chinese language. The sad thing is that both he and his listeners will continue to insist that there isn't a racist bone in Oxy Boy's body. Wheter that is true or not, it is obvious that Rush has several hundred pounds of racist blubber in his body.

Listen: Nobody Was Translating

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Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Savage Weenie

The Meat Beetles are pleased to release their latest "collaboration" with Michael Weenie Savage, the #1 hot dog in American hate radio. Also "present" in the studio was Dick "Two Ton" Baker, courtesy of the 365 Days Project. Additional material came from a '60s anti-drug film in which a young woman on acid sees her hot dog turn into a living, speaking being.

Yet another good argument for vegetarianism, if you ask the Meat Beetles.

Listen: The Savage Weenie

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Saturday, January 15, 2011

That's Your Signal

More good, clean fun with found audio. This one uses material culled from a tape (found at the 365 Days Project) that one was supposed to listen to while driving though Glacier National Park in Montana; an audio auto tour if you will. The details were left out and only the important stuff was left--the narrator's repeated requests to be turned on and turned off.

Enjoy, but keep your mind on your driving and your eyes on the road.

Listen: That's Your Signal

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Happy Dreams

Here's some spooky stuff for you. The audio source material was found at WFMU's 365 Days Project. Shortly after recording this the Sloptops learned that Boyd Rice used the same material in one of his pieces some years back. So maybe this could be thought of as a Boyd Rice cover. Or maybe not. You decide. And keep it to yourself.

Listen: Happy Dreams

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