Playlist 12/11/2017 + A Post from a Bitchy Facebook Group Admin

I’m sitting here at Starbucks killing time before I go to David Cole’s house to record another episode of the Savage Hippie show. In the meantime, please enjoy this list of every album I listened to today. But first, here are a couple of screen shots from the admin of the Facebook noise rock group; he kicked me out of the group FOR LIFE for my allegedly¬†“racist” post, and then bitched about my “racist” website.

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Notice how he’s trying to make his self righteousness seem cute with that little “PS” at the end.

He continues…

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…no tears indeed. What will I do without the noise rock FB group?!

Well, I could list all of the albums I listened to today at work…

Ozzy Osbourne – Diary of a Madman
Ozzy Osbourne – Speak of the Devil
Ozzy Osbourne – Bark at the Moon
Hanoi Rocks – Oriental Beat
Godflesh – Post Self
Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick
Cheap Trick – In Color
Raspberries – Raspberries

On a final note, for anybody who thinks I’m a racist, I leave them with this…

3 thoughts on “Playlist 12/11/2017 + A Post from a Bitchy Facebook Group Admin

  1. SJW pussies have a knack for ruining even the most obscure musical subcultures. They just can’t let things be. – Fuck’em!
    Question: Will David let you play any videos in this new format (vidcast) your using? Possibly a Savage Hippie music video clip of the week?
    Cheers,
    Dave

    • I would love to do something like that, but I don’t know the logistics of it. It’s not exactly the same thing as just having the MP3 of the song and sticking it in the middle of your podcast. The other option is have a band perform live right in David’s “home studio”, kinda like that hilarious “talent” show Stairway to Stardom. If you haven’t seen it, it was a local cable access show out of Long Island that ran from 1979 through 1993, and it featured ALL manner of “entertainer.” Check out B.J. the Messenger with his big hit “Crackhead.” You WON’T be disappointed.

      • I agree. Your video blog usually has a theme (mostly hilarious) that’s not conducive to the music video format.
        Cheers,
        Dave

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