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Dave and Brian, as the band Society Fringe Players, are psychedelic punk rock opera hillbillies who are using this podcast to roll out their 87 song narrative entitled THE BIG OPERA. They release a new song every Monday morning at 7 ESTand then release a commentary track every Wednesday morning at 7 EST explaining how that song fits into THE BIG OPERA. They're too "Bawmer" for their own good. Reach them on Twitter at @davelinantudsfp and @brilutz9. Yes these are Circle 9 guys.
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Now displaying: November, 2016
Nov 28, 2016

Why me why you why try try to

Why not why not you

Why should I try to

Why am I so blue

Why can't I see through

Nov 23, 2016

Notes Of a Podcast Poem

What's Brian wearing?

"This act is like the day after you eat acid." (sic)

"At our age people want to go home."

*DARK MATTER spoilers*

*CONTINUUM spoilers*

Supergirl AGAIN

Brian watched the POINT BREAK remake for some reason

And breaks down the GHOSTBUSTERS remake

Dave's phone breaks and hijacks the entire podcast

SIMPSONS reference @ 36 minutes


THEN the importance of a balanced diet and hydration

THEN how many socks must one wear in cold weather?

THEN they complain about steel toe work boots

"Take that thumb out of your ass and stick it in your mouth, crybaby"

No Beatles reference!!!!!!!


Nov 21, 2016

(Dawn POV)

The song was wrong all along ain't wrong

It's gone just gone away

The dream it seems it means to be

Free and gone away

The song was long the throng is gone

Long gone with ease

The crowd was loud but now out loud

Announce to all I gotta leave

Where is the sun to guide us through the dark?

Has it begun to even touch the mark?

How can it be when ours is just to question why?

Where do you go when you never want to die?

When the clock becomes the enemy and night time gets so cold

Last call for something more thn simply growing old

How can I ive without that ragged company?

It ain't for free

Cause I gotta leave yeah yeah yeah

I gotta leave

'Cause it ain't for free no no no

Nov 16, 2016

Here's the commentary track for Act 6 Baby Blue song 2 "Fever Dream."  The fellas start off with "What is Brian wearing?" Then Dave can't pronounce ""

Quote one: "Tell you what. This is enough drugs to kill a younger man."

Then the fellas talk about "Safe European Home"by the Clash and "HappyJack" by the Who.

Quote two: "We're all skaters and musicians let's just do this thing."

Then they comment on the idiocy of "covers band" v "originals band."

Beatles mention at 25 minutes. 

Next is how John Coltrane is NOT a doofus.

Quote three: "Yeah, dude, spiders are bitchin'."

Doctor Who mention at 32 minutes.

Then the fellas talk about the "dumbs" versus the "smarts."

Quote four: "The only way to gain power is to crush everything in your path."

*SPOILER* SECTION: Luke Cage, Dark Matter, the Flash, Arrow, Supergirl (better on CW than CBS), and the Marvel Universe in general.

Nov 14, 2016


(Dawn POV)

Listen up gather 'round there's a new thing to be found

All around everything you -n- me

Have a care bout the things everyone get up and sing 

Bout the way you and me can be free

I want a super new computer

But no one can ever use her

And the only one who knows her is me

And if somebody tried to get her

They couldn't even find her

And the only one who knew her would be me

Here's a joke or a screed to all the people now in need

Find the truth if you want to be free

Give a look or a wink don't care what anybody thinks

If you blink then you will miss it to be free

And if you think of even lying

There's no point in even trying

Cause then there ain't no meaning you see?

And if that ship just sails away

Just take the next ship the next day

And say "I didn't think that last ship wanted me"

Here's a look for the night when every other thing was right

And the only thing that matters here is you

Find a hope and a dream if you don't know what it means

Well the only one who needs to know is you

Come on

Take a breath or a day play it every other way

If you can't get back to zero then it's right

On the beach in the sun in the mountains on the run

Find the way to the day to fool the night

Fever Dream


Dave: guitar and vocals

Brian: bass, engineering, mixing

Ochster: drums and percussion

Ian: mastering, mixing



Nov 9, 2016

Bring the maul? Pro wrestling mention at 6 minutes. The fellas talk about new tattoos, the similarities between Chinggis Khan and Socrates, and the difference between Western Europe and the Classical World. Then Brian comes to terms with his recent Midwest trip to tend to his in-law's farm including country fried steaks. Then they get into the intricacies of tractor repair, spoilers in re "Gotham," and wait until 30 minutes in to mention the Beatles. Then they bemoan the slowness of the process getting medicinal marijuana up and running in Maryland, plug People's Pizza in Rehoboth, DE, and spoil season 2 of "Dark Matter."

Nov 7, 2016



(Elvis POV)

Bring the mall and crash it to it's knees

Grow a dozen spineless wheezing trees

Circumstance confronted for a buck

Scream and rant and yell "what the fuck"

Fourteen in a bottle raze it to the ground

Laugh at evil sell it rich to keep you down

Boil it up frustration with its sauce

Arguments excelsior with the boss

Trade a name and number and a look

Fish a corpse out of the country brook

Fourteen in a bottle raze it to the ground

Laugh at evil sell it rich to keep you down

Maybe, man, the world don't make no sense

So a song reflects a vision that's all pretense

In the meeting of the matter of a trillion minds

That together all together go collectively blind

In the bedrock formed a condo bath

In a motion that gives man's epitaph

To a surly motherfucker in construction boots

With a fortune in his pocket from laundry chutes

So gather 'round the stage to see

Employment congregations in a word to be

Exploited in a question of monopoly

That never gives an answer of what's to be

For a moment just a moment in a fashion craze

And a trillion motherfuckers living in a daze

Of a colony that's bitterest of them all

In a sentence of an essence, man, bring the mall

Bring the mall


Dave - guitar and vocals

Engineered and mixed by Brian

Mastered by Ian

Nov 2, 2016

Love & Hate v Love/Hate. We roll through Ochster's life, why and when for the drums, and drop a buttload of pop music references. To whit: The Great Rock and Roll Swindle, Kiss, Jimi, Southwest DC, Tony Orlando & Dawn (ed. Andy ups the energy quotient around a gazillion percent), Forgotten Sons, Dischord Records, the Ramones (ed. I'm wearing a Ramones shirt right now), u2, Steve Earle, Clutch (ed. CLUTCH!), u2's discography, David Lee Roth's career as a paramedic, drum gear, etc. Beatles mention at 37 minutes. Then we talk Fist Ladies Man! Go to