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2nd Jan 2017

5:42am

Halloween

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There’s some pretty scary stuff out there associated with Hallowe’en. Learn about the origins of one of North America’s favourite holidays, accompanied by some really creepy music. No “Monster Mash” in this collection - this is the real deal... songs by Tom Waits, Dave Matthews, NIN, Sixx AM...

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Al Harlow_Part 1

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Interview with Al Harlow (part 1): Some behind the scenes looks at Al Harlow, lead singer/guitarist with Prism. Who better to convince him to open up about some slightly off colour topics than an actual member of Prism. Me! Add to that, some live Al Harlow in studio and plenty of Prism songs...

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Al Harlow_Part 2

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Interview with Al Harlow (part 2): Okay, so it wasn’t hard to get him to open up really... especially seeing as how I knew some of the shady areas we’d be venturing into... the real challenge, (totally failed), was to condense it down to one show only... more live Al Harlow as well as more Prism...

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2nd Jan 2017

5:13am

Episode 1

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An introduction to your host, me, Marc Gladstone, and some of the songs I was listening to when Green Beans, Mushroom Soup & Strawberry Ice Cream started up. Tunes by HEAD, David Bowie, NIN, Abandon Paris, Elvis Costello, Gary Numan, Stone Poets and more...

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Green Beans, Mushroom Soup, & Strawberry Ice Cream_with your host Marc Gladstone
It's called Green Beans, Mushroom Soup & Strawberry Ice Cream. What the hell does that even mean!? It means I can play whatever the f..k I want to... just like radio used to do when it was real. Before it was all politics. When it wasn't owned by record companies who forced it to do their bidding. Real radio.
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