For this episode, the The Violent Ambassador, the Foolish Professional, the Thunderous Beggar, and the Erratic Assassin are joined by Unkut.com’s Robbie Ettelson who has brought with him four selections he picked from the Wu Tang catalog (including extended affiliates) that he believes represent the very worst from the Wu in our Steamy Pile of Wu Show. It’s really steamy and truly stinky.
Voices: J. Wyrick, S. Bennett, C. Allred, B. Collier and special guest Robbie Ettelson.
Intro music contains elements of M.Barnacle’s “Erase That” (used with permission), contains elements from ODB, the Fat Boys, Kid Koala, Johnny Adams, Biggie Smalls coughing up something nasty, Larry and Tommy. Arranged by TSOM’s Jeff.
2:43: Impossible to say without laughing
3:29: Robbie calls an audible with “Kangaroo Jack”…incredibly, he gets it right.
4:09: Aussie dialect: “hangers-on”…translated into “dingle berry”
4:53: Popa Wu and the CCF Division “Life of a Gangsta” (Stargate, 2000)
8:56: The Panel discusses Popa Wu.
9:13: Robbie drops CCF Division knowledge. Makes laundry joke.
9:40: Blake thinks he knows what Miami is like.
11:09: U God and the Hillside Scramblers “Chipping, Chop It” (Synergy, 2004)
14:48: The Panel discusses U God and the Hillside Scramblers.
15:33: Among many of Blake’s weird fascinations.
15:58: Cray blazes new ground with the word “besmirch.”
16:28: Sam gets excited while comparing “Ooooh-God” with RZA.
18:18: Cray did not like it.
19:08: Remedy “White Boy” (Fifth Angel, 2002)
22:04: The Panel discusses Remedy.
23:21: Jeff states the obvious.
23:33: Blake can’t any damn name right…ever.
24:41: Blake goes for it.
25:37: Holocaust “Architecture of Disaster” (n/a, 2011)
31:09: The Panel discusses Holocaust.
32:54: Sam gets amped for clarinets, we find out.
34:31: Cray is speechless in what is clearly the longest period of dead air TSOM has ever experienced taking Cray nearly 50 seconds to collect himself.
36:16: Cray makes a promise.
36:27: The Panel discusses the “Stinky Pinky” honors for the night and, with a unanimous decision, Holocaust wins for the night and for the entire podcast to date.
37:17: “Robot Tank, the Signs of Hell’s Winter” is not a good rapper name…or perhaps the best ever.
38:00: Jeff plays Mike the Roughneck’s promotion guy in hope to blow him up on an international level with Robbie from Australia who writes for a globally recognized hip hop site.
38:38: Mike the Roughneck medley
41:10: Robbie is a pleasant guest and refuses to besmirch Mike the Roughneck.
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