No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Kyu
King Baby Duck shares his thoughts on the tragic events of what happened in Paris this past Friday, as he does his best to give his listeners some hope and advice on how to lift their heads up towards a better tomorrow. Then our host straps on his handy Pip-Boy, as he looks at the new Netflix comedy series Master of None. The hit show Mystery Science Theater 3000 returns with a Kickstarter that everyone should throw their money at, and KBD gives his picks and snubs for the upcoming Game Awards.
Plus after a long absence, Sawa-sensei returns for a brand-new Nazo-Nazo Nihongo! This week she showcases the goings-on with Halloween in Japan, and talks about the meaning of the word "saiko" and some various other misheard Japanese phrases.
- SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS - Moon At Noon (from the album MAGNETIC SOIL)
- VERBAL (feat. Drake) - Some Other Place (from the album Visionair)
- Foster the People - Are You What You Want to Be? (from the album Supermodel)
- moja - ANDREA (from the album SUPER ULTRA GOLD 79) [out of print]
- Bonjour Suzuki - close to me (from the Lollipop Syndrome EP)
- The Hives - Try It Again (from The Black and White Album)
- Thee Michelle Gun Elephant - Pinhead Cranberry Dance (from the album Casanova Snake)
- Fujifabric - Maboroshi no Machi (from the BOYS EP)
- The World Is Square - Kitchen Nightmare Village People (from the album Stay Awhile and Listen)
- Sons of All Pussys - I Love You, I Need You, I Fuck You (from the Gimme the Guitar EP) [out of print]
- Stance Punks - Iggy to Pop (from the album P.I.N.S)
Coming to you from the Satellite of Love, it's No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Kyu!
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