14 August 2008

Insatiable Banalities # 30 - More music from CITA 2005

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The Insatiable Banalities Podcast Number 30 is now available. I can reassure my worried fans that yes, I’m in this one. (and that isn’t something I ever thought would be a concern)

Track list:
Casual Projects, What Could Have Been. 6:20
Los Capitanes, Feeling Seedy. 21:53
Variodrivers, New Wave. 29:14
The Chuffs, Burner. 43.20
The Tullys, A Rock and a Hard Place. 54:42

The feed for podcatching software is here. iTunes users can just search the iTunes Music Store for “canberra” (for which we’re the only entry), or, if the mood takes you “insatiable”.

(Incidentally if the existing iTunes users could switch over to the music store feed it’d really help us out)

The file is hosted by Nerdvana, so it goes like a greased weasel.

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Ah, how I wish for the return of the polls. Is Johnboy better than lime cordial? It’s a question for the ages.

Very good work, I had a great laugh. It was much funnier than the last one…..hmmm…..could this mean that Johnboy is infact the comic lynchpin of the Banalaties podcast? Or was it just the lime cordial?

Take whole grapefruit thing was a cack. Totally gross but it still had me doubled over in laughter.

Samuel Gordon-Stewart11:09 pm 28 Nov 05

Yes, true…IB30 was very funny though, I enjoyed it.

remember it was recorded some time ago, when this was a recent post on your site:

Top referrer for the month was The RiotACT with 61 referrals, although I expect the number to drop over the next month as I have decided to stop posting there.

Not that i’m overly concerned either way. We speak glibly.

Samuel Gordon-Stewart9:08 pm 28 Nov 05

I don’t hate you johnboy, we just had a falling out over a minor issue. I sent the postcard, the post office lost it or couldn’t read my writing!

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