From Devo Spice:
Devo Spice Update for 6/16/2010
2 big things to report. First, I'm doing a new weekly podcast with Luke Ski, and second, I'm having a big Sudden Death blowout sale. For the next month you can get all my releases dirt cheap! Details (copied from the web site) below.
--== New Podcast! ==--
From the "things we should have done years ago" department comes a new podcast! The Funny Music Podcast is a new weekly podcast hosted by Devo Spice and The Great Luke Ski.
Each week these two artists- two of the most popular artists on The Dr. Demento Show- get together and talk about the two most recent songs on The FuMP, or The Funny Music Project. Whenever possible they will have other FuMP artists on to talk about the songs that were posted. And this happens live every Thursday night on Dementia Radio (http://www.dementiaradio.org) so you can tune in live, chat, and hear it all as it unfolds.
Like any good podcast this one has an RSS feed so you can get the shows delivered to your computer, iPod, or even your TV automatically without lifting a finger. Just subscribe in iTunes or your favorite podcast program via this link:
The first episode, which we're calling Episode 0 because we're still working out some of the kinks, is now live. This episode features Steve Goodie, the man responsible for The FuMP's most downloaded song to date: Tweetin' On A Jet Plane. This week there is some great insight into Steve's latest masterpiece Black Water.
You can get the first episode from the feed above, or if you're not the type of person who deals with feeds you can get the MP3 directly from this link:
So tune in live every Thursday night on Dementia Radio to Luke Ski's show Dementia Revolution. The Funny Music Podcast takes place as a segment on that show Thursday nights at 10 Eastern. Or, subscribe to the podcast and listen whenever it strikes your fancy. Send any questions and feedback for the show to email@example.com and Luke and Devo will address your questions on the air.
The show will be showing up in the iTunes store shortly and we'll get it listed on any other podcast directories we can find as well. For now, subscribe to the RSS feed above and you won't miss a thing.
--== Sudden Death Blow-Out Sale ==--
You may or may not have heard, but at the end of July I will be moving. And I realized recently that I still have a bunch of old Sudden Death CDs and Cassettes stacked in my basement. So what does this mean for you? Well, I want these things out of my house so I don't have to move them. This means it's a great opportunity for you to complete your Sudden Death collection because I have marked everything down. Way down.
All cassettes-that's everything from Dead Things Can Rap Too through Fatal Accident Zone-have been marked down to $2.99. All CDs, which includes Fatal Accident Zone, Brain Dead, Technobabble, and Fatal Error are just $4.99.
The CDs can be purchased from either DevoSpice.com or from the store at TheFuMP.com, but the cassettes are only available from the Albums page at DevoSpice.com (http://www.devospice.com/albums.php). So go to DevoSpice.com, select About, and then Albums and you'll see everything.
This sale is going to run through July 15th, which is when I leave for Nerdapalooza. Because when I get back from Nerdapalooza I'm going to have to finish packing up everything that hasn't sold and move it to the new house. At that point I'm going to throw out whatever cassettes haven't sold save for probably 5 of each which I'll keep for posterity. So this is your last chance to get the old Sudden Death cassettes and complete your collection. Once they sell out, or once this sale ends, the cassettes will never be available again. So get them now while you can. And don't forget the Decade of Decay album which is still free with any purchase. I still have a few of those left so if you want one just add it to your shopping cart with your order.
The more you buy the less I have to move, so help me get this stuff out of my house!
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