Sunday, April 17, 2011
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Sunday, January 16, 2011
Pictured Above: SPO-20 (left), Professor B. Miller (right)
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra Takeover Special
Original air date: Nov. 6, 2010
320 kbps [1:56:29] 266.6 mb
We apologize for not posting a new episode for some time. Planning out a full-scale interplanetary invasion takes a lot of work and Drexzor has neglected his web-related duties.
To get back into the swing of things we offer up a particularly exciting installment of The Deuce Project, featuring guest hosts The Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra.
SPO-20 and Professor B. took over the last hour of this program and treated us to not only some of their own great tunes, but some of their sci-fi favorites. You will not be spared during our planetary invasion if you choose to overlook this episode. Many thanks to the fine A.I. and human of Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra for their contribution to the show. I'm sorry it took so long to get this posted.
Tobiah - I Don't Really Exist
Klaxons - Extra Astronomical
A-Frames - Wasteland
Sheldon Allman - Space Opera
Sheldon Allman - It Conquered The World
Dethklok - Laser Cannon Deth Sentence
Bloodhag - Orson Scott Card
Shikari - Robot Wars
Frodus - Buckaroo Banzai
Space Ballerinas - Neptune
Devo - Spacegirl Blues
National Geographic Society - From Sun Gods To Science
Add N to (x) - Little Black Rocks in the Sun
Ingfried Hoffman - Ich Heibe
Ingfried Hoffman [The Frank Pop Ensemble Remix] - Robbi, Tobbi, Und Fliewatuut
Anton Garcia Abril - Seli (Main Title to 4...3...2...1...Morte [Perry Rhodan])
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra Takeover:
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra - Frankenstein's Laundromat
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra -A Tina Turner cover from a sci-fi film. Click to play name that tune
Three Mile Pilot - Planets
Thingy - OB1
Cocktails in the Cantina - Imperial March
Louis Prima - Beep Beep!
Neil Diamond - Heartlight
The Real Tuesday Weld - Asteroids
The B-52s - There's A Moon in the Sky (Called the Moon)
Dismemberment Plan - Memory Machine
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra - The Power of Love
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra - Ornithophobia
Liars - The Pillars Were Hollow and Full of Candy
Blue Meanies - Big Brother
There will be more episodes to come. We had a rash of guest hosts during the fall of 2010 that I will be featuring, along with more regular updates in 2011.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Intelligence reveals that SPO-20 and Professor B. Miller (from the Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra) are planning some sort of takeover attempt on November 6, 2010. Details are sketchy, but the robot known as SPO-20 has been bragging that he would be a better overlord for you fleshbags than J-unit 1 and crew.
Attempts to quash this rebellion have so-far been unsuccessful. It looks like this conflict will take place on the airwaves of 89.1fm WIDR, Kalamazoo on November 6. Intelligence suggests that the conflict will likely be initiated at 6 p.m., during the second half of the show.
It is advised that all Deuce Project listeners may want to familiarize themselves with the SPO's tactics and sonic weaponry by visiting this informative website: http://www.satanicpuppeteer.com/
Deuce Project Security also advises listeners to pay specific attention to the "name that tune" portion of the website. This isn't so much a precautionary measure, but simply because said game is pretty fun.
Posted by J-Unit 1 at 9:15 PM
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Yes, there hasn't been a new podcast posted in awhile. I apologize, but my cover here on earth as an "educator" comes first. I hopefully will be updating every weekend with some regularity starting this next Saturday.
Also, I have been invited to do a bit of guest-blogging over at the fabulous Digital Meltd0wn blog for Sci-Fi September. I've got some cool stuff lined up and the first share should be online tomorrow night. If you aren't familiar with DM, you really really should be. The blog is great, Zer0_II and
Posted by J-Unit 1 at 12:24 AM
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Greetings from Deuce Project Station everybody,
We hope that all is well...we wouldn't want our future subjects to be unhappy. (Unhappy humans taste worse for one...) In order to keep you humans happy before our intergalactic takeover, we thought we'd point out a few of our favorite web spots Drexzor discovered on the web.
The mind blowing "At The Mountain of Madness" blog
The blog specializes in Science Fiction,Classic Horror, Audiobooks, Comics, Movies and Cult TV. Basically, everything we love about human culture. If you are looking for cool Sci-fi art/comics and some incredibly cool old records, we suggest clicking here:
http://comiclover-atthemountainsofmadness.blogspot.com/ Some favorite tags from there which Deuce Project fans may enjoy: Futura Reeks, spacetravel. Click them and enjoy!
This Tumblr blog has some great compilations for download by someone with great musical taste. Thus far our favorite is the "Strings, hiss, voodoo, wow, & flutter" mix. Check them all out though, they are really good.
They haven't updated since April, which is a little troubling, but what is posted is pure gold. Vinyl oddities and fun make it a great visit. Some great stuff and all it takes is a bit of virtual digging.
As for the Deuce Project, we will be releasing some more podcasts shortly. As always, comments are welcome. We really like to hear from anyone who listens with their feedback and honestly it might light a bit of a fire to get up-to-date a bit quicker. We hope these links bring you some enjoyment for now humans...
Posted by J-Unit 1 at 4:24 PM
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Episode: Signal Sounds from the Stars
Original Air Date: October, 24 2009
320 kbps [1:58:38] 271.7mb
Tobiah - I Don't Really Exist
M. Sord - A-Tech's Night
Ladytron - True Mathematics
Laurie Anderson - Big Science
Kool Keith - Space Center
Far out Space Nut's Theme
Pierre Henry - Machine Danse
Le Fabuliste - Deserted and Silent
Woddy Herman New Third Herd - Men From Mars
Kode9 & THe Spaceape - Time Patrol
Ukulele Force - Darth Vader's Theme
The Stranglers - Men in Black
Symphony of Science - We Are All Connected
Les Talismans - La Interplanetaire
Herry Rayson - Espaco With Space
Jack Wild - Mechanical Boy
Amanda Palmer - Astronaut: A Short History of Nearly Nothing
The Adventure - Travel Kid
Darkstar - Aidy's Girl is a Computer
The Network - Teenagers from Mars (Misfits Cover)
Soulico - Pitom Banu 2020 Feat. Axum
Bonde De Rolo - Danca Do Zumbi
Senor Coconut - Home computer [Kraftwerk Cover]
They Might Be Giants: What Is A Shooting Star? - How Many Planets
Aesop Rock - Bring Back Pluto
The Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra - Gamma Pluto Delta
Trash80 - Robot Sneakers
Hexstatic - Newton's Cradle
Rushjet - Asteroid Run
Posted by J-Unit 1 at 6:31 PM