Most cities in my region have made fireworks illegal.
However, my neighborhood is in a pocket of land that doesn’t technically fall within any city’s municipal limits.
Here, fireworks are not illegal.
Enjoy a very small taste of what we experience every year for about three solid hours just after the sun goes down on July 4th.
Conan the Barbarian has been slinking through the background of pop culture for decades. On the latest episode of The Space Monkey X Audio Workshop presents When You Hear This Sound, we’ll look back at this raven-haired Cimerrian’s history and see how he’s influenced nearly every genre since his inception.
We’ll also listen to two stories from a classic Conan the Barbarian storybook record that will surely get your blood pumping, by Crom!
In an era of bad Star Wars knock-offs, The Last Starfighter stands above the rest as one of the best. Re-live the adventures of Alex Rogan as he defends The Frontier from Xur and the Ko-Dan Armada with The Last Starfighter read-along record book…
In 1982, two titans of pop culture joined together to form an unstoppable force in entertainment.
Well, perhaps not entirely unstoppable…
On this episode of The Space Monkey X Audio Workshop presents…When You Hear This Sound, we’ll delve into the story behind E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial – The Storybook Album, starring none other than the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson.
Catch Pac-Man Fever with this episode of When You Hear This Sound featuring Kid Stuff Records’ “The Amazing Adventures of Pac-Man”!
Now that it’s October, I thought I’d share some of the Halloween episodes of When You Hear This Sound, starting with one of my favorite spooky records, Famous Monsters Speak!
A small tribute to a man who gave geeks so much…
Check out the exciting adventures of one p-p-p-p-pesky rabbit as he tries to stop Judge Doom and “The Dip”
The people behind Serial drop another podcast bomb on us with their latest show, S-Town. In this episode of the Space Monkey X Audio Workshop, I share some of my thoughts on the worldwide phenomenon and it’s impact on one man’s life and legacy.
Intro: A Rose for Emily – The Zombies (1968)
Outro: Shit Towne – Live (1994)
Jeff Varner’s Public Apology to Zeke Smith
Missing Richard Simmons articles: