Tuesday, June 27, 2006



Monday, June 26, 2006


9X-Day Report ALREADY online via Time Control - also, 6XDay video

Hour of Slack 1054 - 9X-Day Report Via Time Control

MP3 download, podcast: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=18711

OGG VORBIS and alternate MP3: http://subgenius.com/ts/hos.html

And on alt.binaries.multimedia.slack: http://www.usenet-replayer.com/cgi/content/archive?scan=alt.binaries.multimedia.slack

See the Hour of Slack page on SubSITE for list of 20 broadcast stations in the U.S. and Canada: http://subgenius.com/ts/hos.html

There is ALREADY A REPORT ON 9X-Day -- the whole thing, in this live show from WCSB's studio. Rev. Stang and Lonesome Cowboy Dave, exhausted after having just gotten back into town after 9X-Day, report on the bizarre events that took place at Brushwood, including the Time Control classes which make this pre-debriefing possible.

The show also includes the following pre-recorded collages and X-Day songs:

LeMur: PR_Gnus1301 00:23
LeMur: HOS_Intro643 00:26
LeMur: PopBob_ Song #1006 00:09
El Queso All-Stars: This is the Hour of Slack 02:41
The Billy Nayer Show: Montage Instrumental (background) 02:11

Lonesome Cowboy Dave live: SubGenius Anthem 01:10
Billy Nayer Show: Hopping On Ceres Theme (background) 02:06

KirkendahlVoid: "Plan 69 from Outer Space" 03:50

St. N and Hellena Handbasket: "It's the End of the World" 03:59
Nanslo: Take Me Off to Space 02:12

Ouroborus ReX: "X-Day" 04:53
Bill T. Miller: "X-Day's-a-comin'" 04:07

Sivet Stang: "I'm "Bob's" Own" PG 02:46

Billy Nayer Show: http://billynayer.com
Background music: Hippsaqidix, Edfred, Lonesome Cowboy Dave

6X-DAY 23 minute video (very high quality) is currently downlaodable from alt.binaries.multimedia.slack: http://www.usenet-replayer.com/cgi/content/archive?scan=alt.binaries.multimedia.slack

This is a very good mpeg2 (DVD quality) copy of the barrage-edited 6X-Day documentary. The one that was on Google Video until it was banned for nakedity was much shorter (and, of course, low-res like any streaming video). This will play on most DVD players when burned to CD-R. It's about 450 mb, posted in a couple of dozen RAR sections that can be reassembled using the PAR file to make the complete file.

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