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2014 Show Archive

June 8, 2014 - 20th Anniversary Shows - Part 1: Crappy the Clown

IMG 5906This month, June, marks twenty years of "The Last Exit For The Lost", this incarnation of the program, it was around under other names, hosted by other people, but June of '94 is when this one debuted. So this LE was the first of four or five very special programs to celebrate that, bringing back many voices from the past, former co-hosts, featuring many bands, and reliving twenty years of memories and insanity. Present for this night were, Eric, Crappy The Clown, Azriel, formerly of the band Zadoc And The Nightmare, The Worst Co-host In The World, Dave, Harold The Enforcer, The Old Man, Tracy, and, Rub Mc'Groin. Crappy played and sang a song for us on his guitar. Multiple rounds of Hide And Go Beat were played. Dave is our co-champion at this game, along with Rob, from the band Thirteen South. And he did it again tonight, it took three people trying, Azriel finally found him, so he got to knock Dave out by bashing him over the head with a big black metal sheet. While Dave was out, Azriel rubbed his belly. Then The Old Man hid. Azriel found him, and killed him with the metal sheet. However, The Old Man has been killed before, many times, and for someone so ancient and frail, he is remarkably resilient. So I'm sure we will see him again, in fact, we did, later that night, in our chat room, where I became his nurse, and, well, let's just say, despite his age is a sleazy, lecherous pervert. Azriel hid, Arydaea and Tracy found him, so they each got to give him a shot with the metal sheet. A clip of a former co-host who won't be able to make it to the celebration, Zoltan The Avenger, was played. He is now too old and wimpy to join us, plus we were in a feud over who is more powerful, and clearly this means that he is afraid of me, and has conceded that I am. The last hour was a very special Old School Hour, all bands that were on LE over the years, performed for us, some were here as co-host bands they were here so often, bands who were interviewed, or interacted with LE. This hour, bands like, Divinity Destroyed, The Pushrods, If Man Is Five, Others, Missing Marcus, Armageddon Monks, New Animal, among many more, some tracks were performances live here, and there was a funny clip with a band member from way back in '94, our first year. And so thus went the first night of our month long celebration of twenty years of "The Last Exit For The Lost"!  - Recap by Fire Eater Wizard

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June 1, 2014 - Inviolate

InviolateThe first couple of hours were pre-recorded, as everyone was attending a concert that The Last Exit For The Lost was partially responsible for.  The band Inviolate, who had performed on that show, came back with them and were there for a couple hours. They were interviewed, songs from their CD were played, and they played some songs live and acoustic. They are very cool. Also present were, Just Joe and, James. There were a couple segments of Movie Time, TV and wrestling were discussed as well. The last hour was The Old School Hour...

-Fire Eater Wizard

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May 25, 2014 - For All Those Who Died

James and Eric were there. And Just Joe finally returned after having been gone for five weeks. They asked Just Joe where he had been so long, saying that the last time they had seen him was at The Metallic Onslaught, on No Pants Day, where Randy's alter ego, Mandy, had gotten very friendly with him. At that memory, Just Joe began to cry hysterically, and to try to hide. Well, who can blame him!? Mandy was the ugliest woman on the planet, and Just Joe had gotten very familiar with her. They couldn't get Just Joe to say where he had been, probably recovering from that trauma, however one might do that, if it even can be done, which, obviously it couldn't, as Just Joe is still a mess every time it gets mentioned. After he viewed two creepy short films, Just Joe started saying he was being followed by shadows. There were segments of Movie Time, Just Joe hadn't seen too many movies, considering how long he had been gone, so that wasn't how he was recovering, and TV was discussed as well. The last hour was The Old School Hour. Last week, Azkath had played a set of music in tribute to H.R. Geiger, who had died that week, a song from each band or artist he had done the art work for their album cover. This week, he played one more song for him, as he had not been able to find this song last week for the tribute. It was Memorial Day weekend, so the program opened with a set of songs about veterans, or war, another set of songs about war was played later in the night, and the final song of the night was Bathory's "For Those Who Died"...

-Fire Eater Wizard

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May 18, 2014 - H.R. Gieger Tribute

Present were James and Eric. At 2:00, H3, of the band Heretics In The Lab skyped in for an extended interview. He is a one person industrial metal band. Three of his songs were played in and around the interview. His band rocks. He is on Facebook and YouTube with videos, and he has his own website, www.hereticsinthelab.com There was a set of music played in tribute to H.R. Gieger, who had died earlier in the week, he did the art work for many heavy metal musician's, and band's albums. Also, there was lots of Dio's music played all throughout the night, as it was the anniversary of his death. Topics were discussed like wrestling. And, we got to hear how Eric had to crawl through human waste, some of it his own, and how he was covered in it, and how it was flying at him at high speed, because a main sewer line broke at his trailer, and he had to fix it, without goggles, because he couldn't see in them, so he took them off, or any other proper equipment. That was lovely to hear! Thanks for sharing, Eric! There were segments of Movie Time, with some TV discussed as well. The last hour was The Old School Hour, and it contained three Dio songs, for the above mentioned reason...

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 11, 2014 - Epic Night of Hide and Go Beat

Last ExitPresent were, James, Rick and Randy, from The Metallic Onslaught, Randy, or R.J., as we call him to avoid the confusion of two Randys, and Rob, both from the band Thirteen South, and, The Worst Co-host In The World, Dave, who, earning his title, had not been there in months. Lots of rounds of Hide And Go Beat were played. Dave found Randy, and so got to beat him and knock him out with a metal sheet. R.J. couldn't find James, which made him furious, so much so that James was afraid to come out and beat him, but he did. No one could find Dave, so he and BBBIIILLLLL!!!!! are the reigning champions at this game, so Dave got to beat on anyone he liked, Rick wanted to be beaten so Dave hit him with the sheet first, then everyone pretty much hit everyone, James, R.J., and Dave all bled, and the sheet was reduced to scrap metal. So a lot of violence, some bloodshed, and some disturbing stuff as people molested other people while they were knocked out. There was a brief salute to Mother's Day, Nuclear Assault's song, "Mother's Day", was played. There were segments of Movie Time. Everyone got to pick a song toward the end of the night. The last hour was mostly The Old School Hour, except for a couple new songs that Azkath had meant to play earlier...

- Fire Eater Wizard

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May 4, 2014 - Bloodsnot

BloodsnotPresent was James and two bands that dropped by. One was a one man project. It is Giuseppe Cuozzo's new project, and it is called Redemption Revolution. He was interviewed about that, and a song of his was played. It was cool. Then all the members of the band Bloodsnot arrived. They are an all instrumental thrash band, at least so far. All six of their live tracks from their performance at a The Last Exit For The Lost Presents Show were played. They rock, www.facebook/bloodsnot is where you can find them. There were segments of Movie Time, and TV shows were discussed as well. The last hour was The Old School Hour...

-Fire Eater Wizard

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April 27, 2014 - Favor

Present were James and Eric. At 2:00 Paul Osborne called in for an extended interview. He is a writer/director of some independent movies, and he talked about that. One of his movies is a documentary about how the independent film festivals have been taken over by Hollywood, and his latest film is a black comedy thriller. Subjects were discussed throughout the night, like the search for that missing plane, and the media's coverage of it. Azkath played a set of satanic music that he hadn't gotten to last week on The We Love Satan Show. The set included a clip from way back in the day where Sloth a former regular co-host, called Satan on the phone, and also spun The Wheel Of Satan. There were segments of Movie Time, and some TV shows were discussed as well. The last hour was The Old School Hour...

-Fire Eater Wizard

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April 20, 2014 - We Love Satan Easter Show

We Love Satan ShowIt was Easter Sunday, so of course it was our We Love Satan Show. Present for this were, James, Rick, Randy BILL!, and Annie, all from The Metallic Onslaught, Allie, Kal, Mark, and someone who once was Crappy The Clown, and sometimes still is, but you never know what personality he may turn up as, for a while this night, he was Humpty Gump, then he was Dr. Phil for a while. It was Easter, and, every Easter we kill The Easter Bunny, many times, for our Easter sacrifice, then resurrect him, by pouring water on him, holy water, if you will, so we can kill him again. Whoever is wearing The Easter Bunny ears is The Easter Bunny. First it was Randy, and Azkath beat him to death. Randy was resurrected. Next, BBBIIILLLLL!!!!! wore the ears. A game of Hide And Go Beat was played, The Easter Bunny would hide, and people would take turns looking for him, in the dark. The one who found him would get to kill him. But, after three people trying and failing to find him, the lights were turned on, and everyone went looking at once. James found him. But then James vanished, and Darksyde appeared, and showed BBBIIILLLLL!!!!! how much he loves him, unfortunately for BBBIIILLLLL!!!!!, when Darksyde really loves you, he beats the crap out of you. While BBBIIILLLLL!!!!! was dead, Allie did a puppet show with his corpse. BBBIIILLLLL!!!!! was resurrected. Next, James wore the ears, and they beat him to death. While he was dead, Kal was enjoying poking him with a big club. James was resurrected. Crappy The Clown's uncle, Uncle Punchy, showed up, with an Easter game, Pass The Schmuck. People would have to throw a party streamer to each other, if they dropped it, or it broke, there would be a consequence. The consequences could be, Poop Head, where you would have to wear a pile of poop on your head for a music set, Tape Head, where your head would be covered in shipping tape, and you would have to suffer the agony of having it removed, Penis Nose, where you would have to wear a set of goggles with a penis on them for a music set, Short Bus, where you would have to wear this helmet that Uncle Punchy had brought for a music set, Metal Head, where your head would be covered in aluminum foil for a music set, or Truth Or Dare. Allie lost the first round, and she had to wear the penis goggles. Randy lost the second round. They let Allie pick his consequence. She picked Short Bus. Then Randy was The Easter Bunny again. And this time he would be killed by Rick chokeslamming him off the balcony, which was only about three and a half stories high. Gee, wonder if that would actually kill him, it doesn't sound that deadly at all, couldn't they have come up with something a bit more lethal?! I mean, Satan deserves a good sacrifice for Easter! So Rick did it, Randy died, they poured water on him, he came back to life long enough to get back inside, then died again. They pelted him with Easter eggs, a lot of them. Randy finally did revive again, but he wasn't in very good shape, kinda bloody, so Rick had to take him home. The clown, Crappy, sang us a song. Azkath played a clip for Crappy from way back in the day, a spot with Crappy's old band The Punch Drunk Monkeys, talking about him. There were segments of Movie Time, and some TV, and On-line shows were talked about as well. Topics were discussed like the JFK assassination. And, of course, most of the music was for, to, and about Satan, lots of satanic metal, and some comedy songs and skits about him as well. No appearance from Satan for his Show, and no appearance from Jesus bearing candy, either. Kal wore a gas mask all night, for some reason, but that's just Kal... And so, thus went our Easter We Love Satan Extravaganza!

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April 13, 2014 - Helen Wheels Tribute

PeterAzkath's guest on his talk program, Where Did The Road Go?, which airs in the hour right before LE had been Peter Robbins, and he stayed for the first hour of LE, as his sister was the late Helen Wheeler, of The Helen Wheeler Band, and also of Blue Oyster Cult, and the first hour of LE was a tribute to her. Peter brought a CD spanning twenty years of her music. As each track was played, he talked about what it was about, what was going on in her life at the time. He talked about her life and career.

Also present were, Just Joe, Eric, Eric's friend, Dan, and another friend of Eric's. A game of Hide And Go Beat was played. Just Joe would hide, and Eric would try to find him. If Eric couldn't find him, Just Joe would get to beat Eric with a wiffle bat. If Eric found Just Joe, Eric would get to beat Just Joe with the bat. Just Joe got to pick a song in the time in which he would have to hide, and Eric got to pick a song, in which while it played, he would look for Just Joe. Just Joe, big surprise, wasn't too smart with his pick, his song was only about three minutes long. Eric picked a song that was over five minutes long. But Just Joe still won, and he got to beat Eric. Yeah, right, good luck with that. He gave him five really hard smacks with the bat, and, of course, Eric didn't react one bit, asking for another whack, which he got, and, of course, still no reaction, in fact, of course, he enjoyed the whole thing. Just Joe learned, as others have, that getting to beat on Eric isn't really winning, he loves it, and is indestructible. Topics were discussed, like the WWE, and Steven Colbert taking over the late night slot from Letterman. There were segments of Movie Time. The last hour was The Old School Hour, Just Joe got to pick some songs from the cabinet for that...

-Fire Eater Wizard

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April 6, 2014 - Zetro Souza and Armageddon Interviews

Present were James, Rick from The Metallic Onslaught, and, Dave from the band Spater. Dave is the founder of the annual Finger Lakes Metal Fest, a free event where Spater and nineteen other bands would be performing. The Metallic Onslaught hosts this event, which was fast approaching. Dave talked about, and promoted it. Two of the members, the vocalist/guitarist, and the drummer, of the band Armageddon, who would also be performing at The Finger Lakes Metal Fest, phoned in for an interview, bracketed by their songs. They rock. At 2:00, Steve AKA Zetro Suaza, from many bands, including Exodus phoned in for a half hour interview, a very good one, hearing him talk about his thirty years in the metal scene. His new project is the band Hatriot, which also features his two sons. Music from all the bands he has been in was played. There were segments of Movie Time. The last hour was The Old School Hour...

-Fire Eater Wizard 

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