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Richard O'Brien, Brian Schlosser, and Richard F. Yates discuss the humorous implications of topics ranging from S.T.D.s and stealing bikes to disco!

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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorite (next to laser sounds and robot voices.) Se if you can make it through all five of these sound poems in their entirety!

---Richard F. Yates

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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorite (next to laser sounds and robot voices.) Se if you can make it through all five of these sound poems in their entirety!

---Richard F. Yates

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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorite (next to laser sounds and robot voices.) Se if you can make it through all five of these sound poems in their entirety!

---Richard F. Yates

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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorite (next to laser sounds and robot voices.) Se if you can make it through all five of these sound poems in their entirety!

---Richard F. Yates

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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorite (next to laser sounds and robot voices.) Se if you can make it through all five of these sound poems in their entirety!

---Richard F. Yates

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Two members of the BUNNYHEADSQUAD, MC Spoiler and Schiff, experiment with a new language based less on semantic meaning than on expressive sounds. Get ready!

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This monologue is from a radio play about a guy who is too thick around the middle and goes for a walk around a lake to take in some exercise, but he runs out of steam and decides to sit for a while on a bench and rest. In this moment, our character muses on the nature of memory, the memory of nature, electronic communications technologies, psychosis, and ink distribution. It's a riveting piece, but heartbreaking at the same time. True drama!

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This is an improvised poem with percussion. The clanky beat was created by striking an empty pop can with a plastic washable marker. Performing in this poem are Supreme Bunny Warlord and MC Spoiler. It's catchy!

The photo-artwork for this episode is of The 24 Hour Church of Elvis in Portland, Oregon, USA!

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This piece was performed by the BUNNYHEADSQUAD on Wednesday, June 22, 2011, before a capacity crowd (three cats were watching) at the BUNNYHEADBUNKER. It is a work for found sounds and vocals. The performers were:

Supreme Bunny Warlord - floorboards, couch cover, pop can, corn chip, and vocals.

MC Spoiler - candy, candy box, vocals.

Momo - magazine pages, sighs.

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