Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Sound of Our Own Voices

The Sound of Our Own Voices tape1 by cindileper

This is the first of four "best of" tapes from Helen and my's radio show on Berkeley Liberation Radio. Originally broadcast live in 2007 for a living room full of stoned oogles, but now available to YOU at your leisure with the power and convenience of technology. Sit back and enjoy being read aloud to from a wide variety of texts we considered worthwhile. This episode features inspired readings from the documentary film "Pumping Up", the novel "Et Tu Babe", an interview between pornographer Annie Sprinkle and anti-porn feminist Mae Tyme, select song lyrics from Limp Bizkit, skits meant for Girl Scouts "read by dickheads and morons" (us), transcripts from a rhino's cyber sex chats, and so much more.

Don't read too much into the robot voice. It's boring if there's no voices.

I shall put the other tapes up as I rip them. StAy TuNeD...

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