No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Juu-San
King Baby Duck gets over a cold, and shares his opinion on why Capcom's recent best-of release contains titles that aren't necessarily "essential." The time to catch them all comes again when new Pokemon appear, and Kanye West gets some proper backing after his Jimmy Kimmel appearance (although not everything he said rang true to the King's ears). Plus a new (hopefully) weekly segment featuring the Fleming brothers of Wicked Anime and YouTube's 42Believer premieres, with a discussion on why the anime Nagasarete Airantou deserves to be licensed in America.
- FAKE? - Indigo Clean (from the album SWITCHING ON X)
- Rosetta - Lonely Rose Sally (from the mini-album Kusun Da Mitsu o Namero)
- Tom Waits - Starving in the Belly of a Whale (from the album Blood Money)
- maikotobranco - come (from the album Star)
- Aeronauts - PERFECT (from the EP I AM O.K.)
- Jonny Barefoot - So Much Beauty (from the album A Different River)
- NaNa - S (from the album Void)
- Yui Horie - Days (from the album Darling)
- The Kills - Getting Down (from the album Midnight Boom)
- Roku Shiki - Bastard Disco (from the mini-album B×G×R)
- Melt-Banana - Infection Defective (from the album Fetch)
Get your tune on for No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Juu-San!
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