FUN ep. 5 — Greetings from MethmondPosted on May 28th, 2013 7 comments
“See the sky turning red and you’re still in bed; it’s fun in Acapulco” — Elvis PresleyFUN - Episode 5 - Greetings from Methmond
Here is episode 5 of FUN with Kevin Gifford and His Pretend Pals, a limited-time podcast run by me. I play lots of old game/demo/computer-generated music running the entire history of the genre. Throughout the show, I also cut in and talk about myself, the game industry, and other things of questionable interest.
Features this time around include:
- An intro
- A thrilling look at the drug situation in the state of Oregon
- The first GameCube track in FUN history
- The exclusive story of how running a dumb NES site got me into the game industry
- Discussion of how Microsoft is going to spy on you scratching your balls
- The wistful farewell song
- And more
This is a free podcast and by all means let everyone know about it, because FUN is best when it’s shared, right?
A full annotated tracklist will be released tomorrow! And make sure to keep June 2 open, because the final episode will be the one where I finally reveal my secret formula for enjoying the rest of your life! What could it be?!!
Your NES site was far from dumb, it was and still is awesome. I don’t know if you remember me or not, I think I may have typed some manuals for your site, and we talked a few times at Mike Etler’s store. I am really enjoying the podcast, I don’t listen to video game music much anymore, but I like what you’re playing. It reminds me of the hours I spent on your site back in the 90s. I hope you will do more in the future, thanks Kevin!
Oh man, that Popful Mail song! It’s been forever since I played that, and I only know it from the SegaCD, so the sound was way off from what I remembered and I was left wondering, “why do I know a song on PC88 hardware??”
Another great podcast, sir.
Awesome, you answered my questions! It really feels like a radio show this way.
Do not play with your blood pressure is one thing she would see how it dominates now
I quite like reading through an article that can make people think.
Also, many thanks for allowing for me to comment!
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