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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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Jan 25, 2017

NOTES WITH "D"

- What is everyone wearing?

- Beatles reference at ONE MINUTE!\

- Stone Dust Riders shout out AGAIN!

- Island Boys and Kona shout outs.

- Dennis recounts his "story" which is in quotes for some reason.

- DoomED Cookie not Doom Cookie.

- The Legend of Sporadic Sunjam

- ...then Murkwood

- ...then CIRCLE FRIGGIN' 9!

- Dave and Dennis mistakenly and repeatedly refer to Paul Ketterman as Paul Kelley, (editor's note: SORRY PAULS!)

- Quick mention of making shirts with Justin.

- Then Dennis took some time off.

- Then Dennis joined Stone Dust Riders (editor's note: they get more mentions than Society Fucking Fringe Players!)

- Brian asks Dennis to discuss his gear.

- "Balance is the key, the Yin Yang."

- How to braid a single pubic hair.

- Circle 9 shenanigans such as Dennis's xylophone part.

- Let's get Todd to digitize the Circle 9 movie THE CRACKER GETS THE CHEESE!

- The fellas reminisce about the CD Release party for IF IT WAS UP YOUR ASS YOU'D KNOW IT

- Then they play "Name That Beatles Song."

 

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 firstladiesman.com 

 

 

Sep 19, 2016

Dave and Brian break down the Sync after it has been payed out twice and then get into the nitty gritty of the recording of the take that eventually made its way to the podcast.

Quote 1: "So good to see Joey. Love that son of a bitch."

Quote 2: "You look funny without a beard."

There's the obligatory Beatles mention somewhere around 20 minutes. After that the fellas spend more time trying to figure out staging eventually settling vaguely on "a web series as good as the SyFy shows" along with a feature film.

Quote 3: "We're guys that drive trucks and vans it's amazing we've got this far."

 

Aug 10, 2016

Dave and Brian discuss the 16th song in The Big Opera, the original Society Fringe Player, planning planning planning planning, trying to make a dark love song, the legendary Denton Texas band Slobberbone, milk chocolate vs dark chocolate, Od Bay seasoning, and then rank the new Doctor's companions. Quotes of the week: "wrestling fans are pretty smart" and "He knows same amount of I knows."

Jul 27, 2016

Dave and Brian go over "Disaster Time" plus what was happening 20 years ago, 1996's best albums, Laurel MD, and historical tidbits POW! Then they compare Ben & Jerry's with Filipino Corn and Cheese ice cream, smoking crack at the old 9:30 Club, watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer before Circle 9 practice, and the Baltimore Colts, O's, and Ravens. Quote of the week: "States rights is an umbrella for any old weird shit you wanna do."

Jul 11, 2016

SHADOWS
Long stemmed rose in a vase that knows of a mournful and regrettful melody
In a city by the shore in what used to be Baltimore there was a boy no laughter flying free
Now that boy is a man long stemmed rose in his hand
To his beloved he gets down on his knee
She then just laughs a little but worse than that
He cracked her and watched her flying free
I saw them walking outside again
"I'll never love you" is what she said to him
I saw them walking in from the clouds
The shadows in the windows growing dim
I saw them walking outside again
"I'll never love you" is what she said to him
I saw them walking in through the clouds
The shadows in the windows growing dim

Dave Linantud: guitars vocals

Brian Lutz: bass

Ryan Bowen: drums

Produced by Possum Studios

 

Jun 27, 2016

DEATH IN HER HEART
She's a woman, man, she used to be a beauty
Hard living's made it hard for her to see
She build up a wall that crashed like thunder
She felt sadness far as her eyes could see
Freedom's a lie and so isindependence
She's spent her life being controlled
She didn't even know that til this instant
Yeah but she won't giveup any of her sould
She chuckles softly as she prays to Jesus
"I'm sorry, God, but I've wasted my whole damn life
It's him or me, God, I fear I'm coming to meet you"
There's death in her heart
When the morning sun comes up on her companion
She feels a hate that she cannot explain
"A romantic whore" she thinks and drops a dozen
She don't know that Baby Blue's checked in
She chuckles softly as she prays to Jesus
"I'm sorry, God, but I've wasted my whole damn life
It's him or me, God, I fear I'm coming to meet you"
There's breath in her heart

 

Dave Linantud - Vocals, guitars, bass

Ryan Bowen- Drums

Produced by Brian Lutz at Possum Studios

Jun 1, 2016

Since SFP respects Memorial Day we didn't publish the next song in the Big Opera. Being as Dave and Brian have a strong work ethic they recorded several theme podcasts that ain't about any particular song and this here is one of them. Kids of the 80s, pop culture dorks, David Letterman influenced by osmosis,  here are some lists.

May 23, 2016

ADAM AND EVE
Angel White's a killer works for the state
Life's so funky, Angel White's is great
'Cause my homeboy pulls the switch ozone in the air
Picks his paycheck off the floor right nect to the electric chair

The morals of a scoundrel and the science of a bill
He'd push his only brother from a high up window sill
His duty is to Jesus to murder the ones that kill
He's sanctioned by the government and probably always will

Dawn is young and free in many different ways
She wants to give the love she never got in younger days
She ran down to the city fell right through the floor
Lost her light to smack and went from lustrous to a whore

So what a little money never hurt that's all it took
Shadowed by the executionarium she shook
He met a little lady why a flowing like a brook
They fell in love like lovers do and put it in a book

Because they're gnarly rascals Adam & Eve
23rd century lovers Adam & Eve
Will they find salvation, baby, Adam & Eve
Full of resignation, baby, Adam & Eve

The sun comes up almost every day
Nothing lasts forever as the old man wants to say
Hum that woeful weddig dirge so he can say his piece
Cross that bridge to the abyss and sit down for the feast

In the corner look it, someone turns to moves and stops to see
A picture of a frozen smile that's fractured by the glee
He looks back to his drink and thinks I'm glad that isn't me
The old man sucks his whiskey down collapses by a tree

Because they're gnarly rascals Adam & Eve
23rd century lovers Adam & Eve
Will they find salvation, baby, Adam & Eve
Full of resignation, baby, Adam & Eve

Dave Linantud - bass, guitars, vocals

Ryan Bowen - drums

Produced by Brian Lutz

Engineered by Greg Humphreys

Recorded sometime in 2014

May 20, 2016

The first act has concluded! Did you see what we did there? In order for the first course to digest Dave and Brian have made some special podcasts that don't correspond specifically to anything in The Big Opera. This is the first one they one dropped. Here they break down improvisation in music, according to them. Notable quotes: "Tom Waits is f****** bananas!" and "Shakespeare's bad as f***, dude!" Also mentioned, the 3 record couplet.

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