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February 5, 2021: Incredibly Strange Music Vol. 2 - Chapter 1: Jello Biafra pt. 28 (Religious Records pt 4 + Drug Records pt. 3)
Episode Art by Michael Brunelle
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|Artist||Track||Album||Comments||Images||Approx. start time|
|R.W. Schambach||What Do you Know About Demon Possession?||Possessed! By God or Demons?||(Notes: “Possessed By Demons” shows a black person being possessed, next to a large double-knit white person. It’s by Reverend R.W. Shambach, no less —… “ - Jello)||0:00:00 (Pop-up)|
|Forrest McCullough (Narrated by Paul Evangel)||Side 1||Flight F-I-N-A-L ...A Dramatic Comparison to Death||(Notes: “There’s plenty more, like “Flight F-I-N-A-L,” the nonstop super-sonic service to the New Jerusalem (a Christian euphemism for death).” - Jello)||0:20:02 (Pop-up)|
|Forrest McCullough (Narrated by Paul Evangel)||Side 2||Flight F-I-N-A-L ...A Dramatic Comparison to Death||0:29:56 (Pop-up)|
|Youth Against Drugs (Narrated by Dan McCurdy)||Side 1||Presents Drugs ...and What Your Own Child Won't Tell You.||(Notes: “I think this one’s a Mormon recording: “Youth Against Drugs Presents ‘Drugs and What Your Own Child Won’t Tell You’— side two features interviews with “actual marijuana addicts.” - Jello) Side-note: As of a couple years ago, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has disowned the nickname “Mormon.” - Your D.J.)||0:49:58 (Pop-up)|
|(Bonus track) W. Cleon Skousen||Part 1||Instant Insanity Drugs||(Notes: Cleon Skousen was a pretty well known public figure here in Utah who would speak out against the scare of communism etc. I actually found my copy of this in a garbage pile on the porch of the abandoned house where the movie Troll 2 was filmed, of all places. - Your D.J.)||1:03:38 (Pop-up)|
|(Bonus track) W. Cleon Skousen||Part 2||Instant Insanity Drugs||1:26:11 (Pop-up)|
|Thomas Road Baptist Church Congregation and Doug Oldham||Side 1||Where Are The Dead?||(Notes: “Where Are the Dead? shows a morbid graveyard cover, but is this a heavy metal satanic death-rock album? No, it’s Jerry Falwell!” - Jello)||1:47:57 (Pop-up)|