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May 29, 2016 - Nick Menza Tribute

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RJ and his new bandmate, Dustin, stopped into the show to update us on a couple of bands. One, Finger Lakes Metal Fest was the last show for Thirteen South. At least with RJ. It is unknown if the band will continue. Never the Voiceless lost Chano as their vocalist, so Dustin and RJ have joined with them, and formed a new band called, Rip Open the Sky. They didn't have a band name yet as of this broadcast. They talked about how The Finger Lakes Metal Fest went the week before...

We did a Tribute to Nick Menza who had passed away during the week, and we included a song from the band Mechanism, the lead guitarist of which did the last ever interview with Nick (linked below). 

We did a Tribute to 1990, and also introduced a possible new segment called Story Time...

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January 24, 2016 - An Abbreviated Adventure...

UndeadSo, due to circumstances beyond our control, this was a shorter show this week. Just as Where Did the Road Go? (Azkath's paranormal themed show that precedes The Last Exit) was about to begin, the power went out. When it came back in over an hour later, a bunch of the equipment malfunctioned. It took Akzath and Tim from Undead Messengers 2 hours to get it all up and running again. So what you have here is the remainder of the night, four hours of, well, whatever we wanted to play. Azkath is joined by Tim, Olivia, and Daryl of Undead Messengers and RJ from Thirteen South, as well as Tim Binder...

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December 20, 2015 - Post Apocalypse Show

LEIt was our Third Anniversary Post Apocalypse Count um, Up, we spent years counting down to The Apocalypse / The End Of The World, the world ended three years ago, so I guess that means that we are now counting up from that. What?! You didn't know that the world ended three years ago?! Oh yeah, we are now living in The Post Apocalypse. I know, it doesn't seem like things have changed much, The Post Apocalypse life seems an awful, and I do mean awful, lot like the sucky world that we were in before the world ended, but it was foretold that the world would end on December 21st, 2012, so it must have come to pass. Present were, Nathan, R.J. from the band Thirteen South, Bi-Coastal Tim, and, Mr. Linda, formerly known as Crappy The Clown, and Peaches And Crime. They told us about that, and updated us on what they've been up to. The music all throughout the night was all about The Apocalypse / The End Of The World, and there was Christmas stuff, too, sometimes combining the two in both songs and skits. There were segments of Movie Time, and TV programs were reviewed as well... And so thus went our Third Anniversary Post Apocalypse / The End Of The World Count Up Celebration. Enjoy this joyous, fun occasion, everyone!!! 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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November 29, 2015 - Just Joe's 12th Anniversary

Poor JoeThis program was to celebrate Just Joe's twelfth Anniversary of being here, November 23rd, which had been this past week, Happy Anniversary, Just Joe! Present to help celebrate it were, Just Joe, luckily(!), EVD, Nathan, Rob from the band Thirteen South, and, Vern, who hasn't been here in almost a year and a half, and was Just Joe's first Anniversary surprise in a night that would see several (all that time away hasn't changed Vern a bit, he's still as obnoxious and annoying as ever). Also, The Almighty Monkey was listening and giving his input this night. Just Joe's next surprise was bubble wrap, which he was urged to pop, only when he tried to, he couldn't, because it was the kind that's all connected together so you can't pop them, which is being used more and more often nowadays, I hate it, too! Why do they have to go and take all the fun out of everything!? Everyone loves to pop bubble wrap! Just Joe did make a puppet out of the non poppable bubble wrap, and then he cheered himself up a little by beating on Nathan, which always makes everyone feel better, well, everyone but Nathan, of course. A game of Hide And Go Beat was played. Nathan had never played this before. Nathan had to go hide, and both Just Joe and Vern would have to try and find him, in the dark. If Nathan got found, he lost, if Just Joe and Vern couldn't find him, they lost. And the results on this night were Paddle Or Kiss, whoever lost got spanked with the paddle with a whole lot of thumb tacks in embedded in it, whoever won, would get Hershey's Kisses. Actually, there were three rounds. The first Nathan was found almost immediately, but the second and third, they couldn't find him. So Nathan got spanked once with The Paddle, and got two Kisses, and Just Joe and Vern got one Kiss each, and two spanks with The Paddle. A Russian Roulette set was played. Just Joe was asked to pick if he wanted bullet or no bullet. He picked no bullet. If a bullet played, Nathan, Vern, and, Rob would all My Crotch Your Face Just Joe. If no bullet played, then Just Joe would get to hear "The Final Countdown" in it's entirety, and Europe's version, not a cover. There was a bit of confusion for a minute when the question was posed what if that song played, as it did three weeks ago, when Just Joe was not here. At first it was said that, in that case, Just Joe would get to hear it, then that was quickly corrected to no he wouldn't, because that would then mean that the song would become the bullet, not the prize, and would therefore have to be stopped, and Just Joe would get My Crotch Your Faced. See, you thought this was a silly, simple game, on the contrary, as you can see, it can become quite complicated. So the computer picked from thirteen thousand nine hundred and fifty songs, and it would get even more complicated, because, a song played that half the people present said was a bullet, and the other half said it was not. So it was decided that both things would happen, Europe's "The Final Countdown" would be played... While Just Joe was getting a three person My Crotch Your Face. It was a very disturbing My Crotch Your Face, with a lot of spinning involved. When it was over, they asked Just Joe if he enjoyed finally getting to hear one of his favorite songs? But Just Joe seemed too traumatized for some odd reason to really answer, just kept whimpering. And, I think we may have cured him of wanting to hear that song, because, for the rest of the night, whenever anyone sang the opening notes to it, Just Joe would start to twitch, obviously that song now has too bad memories connected to it for him to like it. Which is amusing to watch, so now we may actually be seeing the ban on that song lifted, and we may actually hear it a bit. There was a lot of reminiscing, everyone giving their most memorable Just Joe moments from the last twelve years, of which there are A LOT. A LOT. In this reminiscing, The Giant Hammer came up. Nathan had brought a brand new Mac tablet with him. They had him lie down holding it, and then Just Joe bashed it with The Giant Hammer 'til it was beyond repair. Nathan was whining that he had just paid two hundred dollars for that. Well, then you shouldn't have been stupid enough to bring it here. Anyone should know who has been here more than once, and Nathan has been here way more than that, if you have anything you value, don't bring it here, because it will be destroyed, or, if it will fit, wind up down someone's pants, and you won't ever want to touch it again. Vern said that he had been away way too long, and now realized how much he missed being here, he said that he was never going to leave again. Azkath told him that they were now going to play a game, Vern would go hide, and everyone would try to find him. Vern hid, and nobody made the slightest move to go look for him the rest of the night, so he'll be waiting quite a long while. It was an all vinyl Old School Hour, as it has been for the last couple of weeks. There was A Cover Set. There were segments of Movie Time, and TV Programs, and on-line Shows were talked about as well. And so thus went Just Joe's Twelfth Anniversary Show, it has certainly been a very eventful twelve years! And so, once again, A VERY HAPPY TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY, TO JUST JOE!!!!! You have certainly made the last twelve years interesting, and entertaining!!!

- Fire Eater Wizard

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June 14, 2015 - B. Rettie Tribute

BRettieThis show is dedicated to the memory of B. Rettie.

On June 11, 2015, William E. Rettie passed away after a brief illness. He was born July 8, 1964 to William and Joanne Rettie. After graduation from Cobleskill Central School, Bill attended SUNY Cobleskill and Community College of the Finger Lakes. Bill’s interests included music, both as a fan and as a musician/song writer. He was a successful and respected business owner/founder. He had a keen sense for business and the entrepreneurial spirit to match. Bill is most known for his kindness, generosity, gracious warmth and his great ability to make people laugh. Bill was happiest when he was surrounded by his family and friends. Bill was predeceased by his father, William H. Rettie. He is survived by his beloved wife, Renee Maffei Rettie and their beautiful dog Gidget; his mother, Joanne Rettie of Cobleskill; sisters, Kathleen (Martin) Thomas of Troy and Barbara (Thomas) Borter of Valley Falls; and sisters-in-law, Annette (Joseph) Falzone and Doreen (Andrew) Warholic. He will be missed by nieces, Erin (Joseph) Trimarchi of Guilderland, Jennifer (Mark) Collins of Troy, and Michelle Falzone of West Pittston, PA; nephews, Jeffery (Emily Wethje) Borter of Homer, Joseph Falzone of Lancaster, CA, Tanner, Alexander and Benjamin Warholic of Cortland. He is also survived by great-nieces, Madelynn, Katherine, Braley & Alessandra and his godson, Jordan Beck. 

 

This was the second weekend in June, our Anniversary month, twenty one this year, so it was the second Show appreciating current co-hosts. Present were, EVD, Just Joe, whatever The Person Formerly Known As Crappy The Clown was calling himself this week, this time it was Mr. Nobody, R.J., and a girl he brought with him whom I'm assuming is his girlfriend, but if I'm wrong on that, my apologies to her, on second thought, even if I am right about that, still, I'm sorry, Girl. Nathan was supposed to be there, but called in sick, thus ruining what was supposed to be Just Joe's token of appreciation, Nathan was supposed to be sacrificed to him, so that will probably occur later this month. Crappy's gift was a copy of a Show he had performed at as part of The Punch Drunk Monkeys, the last Show they played together. Some songs of Punch Drunk Monkeys's were played, always great to hear, and some clips of Crappy appearing on LE from way back in the day. Crappy made an appearance to receive his appreciations. R.J.'s gift was a copy of "The Last Exit For The Lost Armageddon Show", which his band Thirteen South had performed at. A Thirteen South track from that was played, it rocked. R.J. and Girl made a huge mess when they dumped some bags of foam all over Azkath. Azkath wasn't able to come up with another gesture of appreciation for Just Joe, other than his plans for an absent Nathan, so he, very reluctantly, told Just Joe that, if he really wanted it, he guessed they could play Europe's "The Final Count Down", if he REALLY wanted it. Just Joe was ecstatic. But, when the song played, only a few seconds of it would play. Azkath told Just Joe he must have broken it, but Just Joe was sure he hadn't. They tried a few more times, and the word "Nope" could be heard when it stopped, finally reminding Azkath that he had gotten rid of all of the copies of that song, knowing that Just Joe would try to get around the ban on it any chance he got. Azkath claimed he had forgotten all about doing that, and had really meant to play it for Just Joe, but who knows, it would be just like something he would do to torment Just Joe, letting him get his hopes up just to crush them. There were segments of Movie Time, and a new Netflix series was reviewed as well. At 3:30 the set of all covers was played. The last hour was The Old School Hour...

-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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March 16, 2014 - First Show on Buffalo St!

CrappyThis was LE's first week in their new studio. It is a very nice studio, everyone seemed to be very pleased with it. Present for this inaugural night were, Eric, Kal, Randy, from the bands Thirteen South, and Chamber Law (he announced this that Chamber Law has a new vocalist), and, Crappy The Clown. Topics were discussed throughout the night, like a scientist saying he has proved that maps couldn't have been written by any peoples that we know of, but refusing to say that could mean that they were made by some lost civilization, The Monsanto company, and the evil that they do, and new huge three thousand ton stone blocks found in Siberia, and wrestling. There were segments of Movie Time. The last hour was The Old School Hour, and the final song played was Fields Of The Nephilum's "The Last Exit For The Lost", for the first night in the new studio, the song that gave this program it's name. 

-Fire Eater Wizard

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