Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Audio Podcast: Season 7, Episode 2

Episode 109

Aloha, everybody!

I proudly present the second episode of our 7th incarnation!

Besides our patented brand of stream-of-consciousness content, this episode features the triumphant return of fellow contributor (and Whovian) Jam, who has not been heard on this podcast since Episode 13 of Season 6. We are also joined on the panel by Kekumanshoyu of Kawaii-kon fame, who puts in some actual time as a panelist on two topics!

But finally, a technical note. I have been made aware that the sound quality of our recordings is not quite as clear as before. That is because the venue we are currently using is partially open, which leads to slight modulation of our voices during the recording process. Rest assured that we are currently working to find a solution to this problem that doesn't necessarily involve finding another venue.

In the meantime, though... Sit back, relax and enjoy!

~Totoro (Creator, Executive Producer)

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Show Notes
The Otaku 5-0 Show's Audio Podcast: Episode 7.2

Recording Date: February 2, 2013
Running Time: 130 minutes

Totoro (Creator, Executive Producer)
Mr. A (Executive Producer)
Q (Contributor)
Haz-Matt (Contributor)
Dash (Contributor)
Smylex (Contributor)
Kekumanshoyu (Guest Contributor)

1. Lead-in (Totoro)

2. Pick/Phail of the Week

3. The Gateway "Drugz" (Comic Books) Segment

4. The Top 4 Films of 2012 Segment

5. The "Doctor Who" Segment (Totoro,  Haz-Matt, Mr. A, Jam)

6. Lead-out (Totoro)

Musical Notes:
-Opening Theme: "Kefka's Theme" from Final Fantasy VI
-Interstitial Clips: "I'll Do It Right!" from Naruto, "Frog's Theme" from Chrono Trigger, "Pre-Title" from His & Her Circumstances, "The Doctor Who Theme" from Doctor Who (2010), composed by Ron Grainer & Delia Derbyshire, arranged by Murray Gold, orchestrated by YouTube user Levus28
-Ending Theme: "Breach of Contract" from Ah! My Goddess

Coming Soon...
Our next podcast episode and another feature article from Totoro!

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