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The Rubber Chicken – Taxidermists from a Parallel Universe

Lead vocals by Chris Shadforth.
Lyrics and music by Alastair Craig.
Additional shouty bits by Tim Morrison.

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As ancient terrors from the deep infiltrate sleepy suburbia, Stephen Hawking and Satan debate Bewitched casting.  Hardcore Holmes makes the ultimate edgy sacrifice, the inventor of the Time Phone wages an awkward war against himself, and legendary impaler Vlad Tepes takes on his biggest enemy yet: Zoning Bylaws.

Meanwhile, in the writers’ room, the creators of a sketch-comedy podcast embark on a sprawling metafictional odyssey equal parts hilarious, confusing and TERRIFYINGLY APOCALYPTIC.

Big Explosions!  Brain-Sucking Monsters!  Car Chases!  Wailing Guitars!  Taxidermy!  Awkward, Potentially Homoerotic Domestic Situations!  A Ham Sandwich!  All this and oh-so-much more in this massive, charmingly convoluted labour of love, two comically on-and-off years in the making.

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Tim Morrison, Andrey Summers and Alastair Craig

Original Music
Taxidermists from a Parallel Universe written and produced by Alastair Craig.
Lead vocals by Christopher Shadforth

Episode produced by Alastair Craig



Wanna B N Angel

Posted on June 13th, 2008 by Gord Myren

A modern hip-hop ballad (like the kids like) about lofty career aspirations.
The closing song of Podcast 204 – The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Podcast

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Lyrics by Andrey Summers.  Music by Gord Myren.
Recorded by the Red Square Collective.

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Alastair: If there’s one thing the superficial persona I invented for the sake of this introduction can’t stand, it’s ambiguous lyrics. When I’m getting down to the doof doof doof doof music us young people totally dig, I want the song’s meaning to be unmistakably obvious.

Piece of Me by Britney Spears, on the other hand, is a piece riddled with riddles. With odd self-depreciating lines like “Oh my god, that Britney’s shameless” and seemingly unrelated references to the paparazzi, it’s impossible to tell where she’s going without some sort of in-depth, line-by-line analysis. And so with the moral support (of the writing-several-passages-outright variety) of Chad McCanna and Andrey Summers, I put together exactly that.

Sensitive readers are advised that the following article contains graphic images of the spiky-haired guy from Good Charlotte.

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I tell you, these Japanese are absolutely bonkers. And I mean that in a good way. The delightful company NanaOn-Sha has made three of the catchiest games I’ve ever played. Parappa the Rapper, Um Jammer Lammy and Parappa the Rapper 2. Today, I’ll take you through Lammy and Parappa 2.

And oh my, what a trip these two are.

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The I Feel Pretty Good Blues

Posted on February 2nd, 2008 by Gord Myren

The genre-defining closing song of Podcast 201.

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Music and vocals by Gord Myren.
Lyrics by Andrey Summers.
Recorded by the Red Square Collective.

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Santa Klau-au-auss

Posted on December 26th, 2006 by Gord Myren

The culturally-sensitive closing song of the 2006 Christmas Podcast.

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Music written and performed by Gord Myren.
Lyrics written and performed by Andrey Summers.
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Self Portrait: The TRCFM Anthem

Posted on August 13th, 2006 by Gord Myren

The manic closing song of Podcast 104: Podcast Goes Hawaiian.

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Music written and performed by Gord Myren.
Lyrics written and performed by Andrey Summers.
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Lee Thomas: A Musical Tribute

Posted on May 30th, 2006 by Alastair Craig

Far be it from us to take complaints unprofessionally. When we used a photo of Bill Gates playing an Xbox with a random gamer, that random gamer – one Lee Thomas, X-Tag LeeX81 – wrote to us accusing us of “misrepresenting” his “gaming allegiences”. Never mind that the photo was in the public domain, or that the completly inoffensive joke was targeted at Mr. Gates, not his strapping young friend. We tastefully complied with Lee’s wishes.

With three years of hindsight, we now realise that our treatment of the matter could have easily been mistaken for mockery. Far be it from us to turn one man’s genuine concern into a laughing matter.

Click on the below picture to hear us definitively establish our respect for Mr. Thomas’s plight in the medium of rock.

The backing track is lifted from the promotional children’s single “Seymour Rock” (Seymour, as you know, being the terrifying CGI frog mascot of Overflow, the now-defunct North Queensland, Australia bargain warehouse chain).
Out of respect to the original copyright holder, we have also included the oddly alluring original song.

If you enjoy the above item, you’ll be pleased to know we’re working suspiciously hard and with un-Rubber-Chicken-like devotion on a new ongoing audio project.
I don’t want to give anything away, but it’s a podcast.



*NSYNC Hotline – PC Game Review

Posted on January 27th, 2006 by Alastair Craig

Few bands (some would say none at all) have made as big a contribution to the music scene as Popular Musical Group *NSYNC. With a distinguished song library spanning Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Like a Rolling Stone and the theme from Murder, She Wrote, the group is nothing short of a heaven-sent treasure to the undeserving mortal realm.

Unfortuantely, this burdens any *NSYNC merchandise with a lot to live up to. Can this tie-in PC game, with its promises of “five funny games”, “EXCLUSVIE! voice and video clips” and the chance to “learn the secrets of the boys”, do justice to the *NSYNC legacy? As a member of the twentysomething male target demographic, I vowed to find out. Continue Reading »