Sunday, September 9, 2007

Scare You For A Buck

Tonight we talk a little about the world famous Bushman of Fisherman’s Wharf. We also don't shy away from speaking our opinion about our wonderful mayor.

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This is the story of the Bushman of Fisherman’s Wharf

Tonight's Tracks:

Underground Hip-Hop.com Sean Price - P-Body (Feat. Rock Of Heltah Skeltah)


Underground Hip-Hop.com Atmosphere - The Woman With the Tattooed Hands – Lucy Ford


eMusic Immortal Technique - Caught in a Hustle

Amazon
Necro and Ill Bill - White Slavery - Brutality Part 1





Mayor Gavin “Zoolander“ Newsom apparently linked to Cocaine? Here’s the link we discussed from the SF Examiner


Heres a nice read on our alcoholic mayor: Gavin Newsom to Seek Alcohol Counseling

From what we have gathered this is the only guy that has a chance against Mr. Newsom, enter Chicken John




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3 comments:

0607 said...

I really like your show.. It's damn cool. For some (certain) reason I dislike tracks like White slavery.. It sounds like enslaving, abusing and destroying women is a cool, necessary thing. At least I feel like most people who listen to Necro think so.. (Perhaps I don't really get what he means.. But in my mind I'd rather chop the fucking pimps' feet off using their fucking bones as reinforcement at the next concrete building..)
What do you think about that?

Anyway, keep the tables turning :)

Back of the Bus Podcast said...

I think your right that it’s very off setting if taken the wrong way. Just as Louis Logic - Ugly Truth (Episode # 756 or I Hate Laundry) is demeaning to all races; so to do I think this song is demeaning to women. I think both songs were written to bring light to a bigger problem in a satirical manner. Although neither artist may be as eloquent as Immortal Technique or Jedi Mind Tricks they all are trying to convey a message of change. When I hear songs such as these I think, “What I’m I doing to change these injustices in society?”

0607 said...

Damn you guys really rock.. A pleasure to meet people with similar thoughts!

And if anyone doesn't think this podcast is [one of] the greatest ever, I will fight him. ..That's no lie.

:)