No Borders No Race: Episode Go-Juu-Ichi
King Baby Duck takes a break from chatting about gaming (seeing as he's about to head to E3), and decides to focus his attention on other realms of pop culture. First off a review of X-Men: Days of Future Past amends the errors made in previous X-Men flicks, and an open-eyed opinion regarding an attack on AKB48 has the King make a surprising decision. Then a discussion about how story lines in anime tend to be better than even most live-action American TV shows, followed by an illusion-filled gaze at the American Repertory Theater's production of The Tempest.
- The Spunks - Highway 69 (from the album Born to Be Mild) [out of print]
- school food punishment - loop, share (from the album air feel, color swim)
- Koo Koo Kanga Roo - All I Eat Is Pizza (from the album Whoopty Whoop)
- The 22.214.171.124's - Dream Boy (from the EP Bomb the Twist)
- AKB48 - Sugar Rush (from the Wreck-It Ralph soundtrack)
- The Aquabats! - The Shark Fighter! (from the album Hi-Five Soup!)
- Mummy the Peepshow - Girl Friend (from the album Electric Roller Girl)
- Shoko Nakagawa - calling location (from the album Big☆Bang!!!)
- Möngöl Hörde - Tapeworm Uprising (from the album Möngöl Hörde)
- Toe - Mukougishi Ga Shiru Yume (from the album The Book About My Idle Plot On A Vague Anxiety)
- chatmonchy - Kokodake No Hanashi (from the album Awa Come)
What's past is prologue. What's present is a new Podcast episode! It's No Borders No Race: Episode Go-Juu-Ichi!
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