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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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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

39:00

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 "car...ni...val...bar...ker."

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

FEVER DREAM

(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

BRING THE MALL

 

(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 firstladiesman.com 

 

 

Oct 26, 2016

Here is the new end theme for the podcast. There's a fine line between cleverand stupid.

Oct 24, 2016

We were going to do Act 3 with "Old Man Blues" book-ending it like a Neil Young album but then stayed with the original song order. This here is the acoustic Act opener that we ended up ditching! It's also a nice callback after the two big suites. 

Oct 19, 2016

Checklist: Bob Sipes's "Air Band," Reo Speedwagon, Alice Cooper, Ralph Stanley, Flock Of Seagulls, Hank Williams, Charlie Pride, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Oak Ridge Boys, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, Rush, Chris Plummer, "No racists," Public Enemy, NWA, and a Beatles mention at the 13:40 mark. You'll have to listen to the rest!

Oct 12, 2016

Dave says what Brian is wearing as they record this podcast immediately after recording vocals on THE VACUUM. The fellas cycle through various shout outs namely to Joe Gallagher, Dennis Barth, Mike Kerr, and Chris plummer PLUS the introduction of the characters Chinggis Khan and Julius Caesar. Then the fellas expound upon Ancient and Medieval history. Also Mr Wind was fun with to hang out. Dave does a Captain Vane impression.

Term of the week: "Piece of ass-ness."

Then the fellas survey the general state of SciFi TV and go spoiler crazy giving away major plot points to Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, Daredevil, and Game Of Thrones all seasons.

 

Oct 5, 2016

Dave and Brian start by getting levels and reminisce upon wife meetings. Then there's a John Lennon mention at the 7 minute mark. Brian talks about cleaning up his hard drive which turned out not as awesomely as hoped. Then Dave notes that the O's were beating the Royals 5-0. Then they launch into a pop culture potpourri consisting of Donny and Marie, Hee Haw, the Monkees, the Gong Show, F Troop, Scooby Doo, Pre Cable TV, Frank Turner, Lucero, and Marah (Philly is a rowdy town). Then Dave sings Ween's "Freedom of 76" and Joe Flacco stops by.

Oct 3, 2016

OVERTURE

Welcome to the Vacuum

A song for all the hearts that are departed

Welcome to the vacuum

JUDGEMENT DAY

Walking through ancient Rome everything's the same

So I turn my back to the riverbed and children and their games

Hello, friends, I'm here to please to break the wickid ways

Life's a myth and so is this and so is judgement day

I seen too soon another swoon running from a gun

I felt the world shrivel up hell I'm only having fun

Interviewing Dawn on judgement day

Subadai took Europe's sons and put them in a grave

Built a world on top of them vanished in the haze

The Khan he sighed 'cause he was bored and turned his mind to east

Crushed their souls, drank from bowls, took pleasure in the feast

Interviewing Dawn on judgement day

"What you done?" asked Caesar's son and plunged the knife in deep

The Gallic ones were slaughtered by the Roman Nobilise

Nobody lived to tell the tale history turned her back

IRL for you and me it started in Iraq

Interviewing Dawn come judgement day

WELCOME TO THE VACUUM

A song for al the hearts that are departed

A prayer for those who never got it started

A valentine for all the broken hearted

A joke for all the bitterness departed

A blindman's leap into a void suggestion

A glimpse of hope for all thoise in depression

No answer to the everlasting question

Bask, become a target, no regression

Welcome to the vacuum

WORLD LEVITATION

If the world were perfect the dodo would live

Brotherhood and sisterhood woud be the words to give

Laughter would float endlessly up through a tearless sky

Giant trees would shade a peace that never says "goodbye"

In a world levitation

Don't stand in line to find regeneration in all human kind

You need no explanation

Feel free to see reality and be for what you want to be

Although I know the show won't start

Take aim and touch my bleeding heart

If the world were perfect I wouldn't lose my keys

War would be a rhyme for door and there would be no need for peace

A skinless man and woman would be all that we would need

Money would be funny and we'd all say "what is greed?"

But all the time my optimism fades

And I get too hung up to struggle for the shade

The world seems so unkind

Build the nerve to climb out of this hole

If the world were perfect I wouldn't sing this song

If the world were perfect we'd be one big dancing throng

In a world levitation

CRY FORGOTTEN SON

Packed in the slave ship side by side

The slave ship Captain enjoy the ride

They bought and sold him flesh on leash

From his home on the African beach

And they trade his heart for gold

What the white man sold

The war was fought bondage gone

1860s protest song

General Lee to MLK

Elvis Presley in the USA

And the time she rumbles on

Hatred not long gone

And she knows what she knows

At he dawn of our millennium

Bottled water and titanium

Packed in the ghetto side by side

His father owned his father they're side by side

Neither one can make the rent

Hatred raging action spent

Cry forgotten son

CRY ON

I can walk away disgusted

It ain't us against them

It's us against us

It's friend against friend

So you know everything

So you have got it done

So your world will live on

Cry forgotten son

Your world is so mapped out

From what your father planned

Smile at the face of sickness

It bites the other hand

'Cause your world ain't my world

But my sun is your sun

And I guess that it always was

Cry forgotten ones

YOUR WORLD AIN'T MY WORLD

Your world ain't my world

Killing for your god

Written in the scriptures

Your word is a lie

People work and people play

People sing and people dance

People love and people hate

People live and people die

Your world ain't my world

 

Dave Linantud - guitars and vocals

Brian Lutz - bass, engineering, production

Wilmer Berry - drums

Joe Gallagher - spiritual assistance

Recorded at Possum Studios

Mastered by Ian Burke at Invisible College Records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sep 21, 2016

Dave and Brian start off talking about legal pot in Oregon.

Quote #1: "Buy some fucking t-shirts what's the deal!"

First Movement: "Love & Hate" and "The Ballad Of Dawn and Remote Control" roughly 0 to 10 minutes.

Quote #2 by Joe Goldsborough: "Is that a note poem?"

The obligatory Beatles mention happens at the 14 minute mark. After that the fellas discuss trying to make digital recording as close to analog as possible, heap derisive scorn upon "polished" artists, and completely spoil the first 2/3 of the first season of SyFy's THE EXPANSE. And then Dave forgets Christopher Nolan's name.

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."

 

Sep 14, 2016

Dave struggles to explain how the virtual world expands.

Notes: musical Oliver Stone movie.

"Love & Hate" - the whole duality thing and questions posed.

"The Ballad Of Dawn & Remote Control" - this is where it gets trippy.

"Freaks In the Mainstream" - this is where Dawn gets famous.

Quote of the week: "You put a penis in your eye?"

"Liquid Existence" - instrumental and separate poem.

"The Light" - POV of followers at Dawn's mass.

"Sinkittup" - snapshot of everything else going o n when Dawn births Baby Blue.

This closes the book on the Dawn/Angel White/ Elvis story. The origin story is done.

Brian lays out the nuts and bolts of how to get it done.

Beatles mention at the 17 minute mark.

Sep 6, 2016

THE SYNC

Love and hate

Congregate

Celebrate

Love and Hate

Dawn don't feel so good

'Cause nothing's understood

And she's been wasting time

And she's been forced to find a new time

Barely holding on

Tracking footsteps in the rain

Of a darkness spawned

Never going home again

She's insane

Midnight's broken

The highway's spoken

"I don't have a soul"

Thought Remote Control

Heaven's cruelest joke

Crossroads sign is broke

Dawn breathes reprieves

Remote just eaves

Dawn burns best at night

When she feels it's right

From her flows a glory

Hellkind's meanest story

Dawn wakes up beneath Remote Control

Knows that she's there just to play her role

Naked oozing love she becomes night

Leaves her drooling walks out through the night

To the show

Remote Control never will wake up

Dawn's spent ashes combust and erupt

Become one with everything and sing

Desperate for the hope tomorrow brings

To the show

She's reading Dharma Bums 

Preaching with a gun

Haiku in the sun oh my sweet Jesus

Flower petal burns

Crash a sharp right turn

Nothing's what you earn when you're in pieces

Maybe she met you

Made you join her crew

Poetry for you that's nothing special

Crack the whip and dash

Where the sorrows clash

Happiness is what she did embezzle

Naked on the TV screen

Dawn hit the mainstream

I saw her on the magazine

Freak in the mainstream

Everybody's angst

Is all but a prank

Payed by you on you in times of vigor

Dogma by the ton

Everyone got one

Shouting it about al full of rigor

So be a Dharma Bum

Suck your goddamn thumb

Curl into a ball that's like a fetus

Where's her zen cash crew?

They don't know what to do

Baby, we just need someone to lead us

Give me fish I'm on my knees

Freaks in the mainstream

I saw her on the magazine

What does it all mean?

And when the lights go down

We're lying naked on the ground

And when the lights come up

We mean to interrupt

And when the light does bend

Then we're you're only friends

And when the light does fade

We sing our serenade

In my fantasy dance billions 

Chilling in a skinless ville

Come forth and feel the beating of the drums

When orgasmic screams of passion 

Happen and the waves crash at

A distant forest fire that's just the sun

In an ancient land a man stood motionless

He called forth all the powers of the devil

To his hand

In a modern time cry people looking for a savior

Find the strength to live

You got it

Form a band

Sinkittup

War torn like a tenement 

It's all a big experiment

There ain't no wrong or right when you hate god

Evil seeps like rotting corpses

Lectured on in college courses

Piling up as if it were not odd

Sinkittup

Underneath the circus tent

There sits a man his back is bent

And in his hand his only son he holds a knife

He says "hey, son, go on and do

the job it's just begun

and slice the trapeze rope it's all, yeah, just a life"

Sinkittup

Inside a cab a slab of meat

Drives aimless through the city streets

He works for nothing gunfight all the time

Then one fine day he snaps

And wraps his hand around a nine and zaps

A gas and go quadruple murder crime

Sinkittup

Walls of water feed corruption

Deconstructed interruptions

Naked timeless tunnels of the soul

Band and pop and cry

The sky shines on newborn forgotten son

To teenage momma born from rock and roll

Sinkittup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aug 31, 2016

Once again Dave and Brian are exhausted. Never the less they wrap up Act 3 and touch upon drum mic techniques (spacial orientation). The quote of the week is "don't touch my cookie!" Then the fellas shout out to The Island Boys and Professor Hood, recurring musical motiffs such as "The Shire Theme" in LOTR, mention the Beatles at minute 16, talk about 90s B'more bands Juice and Sporadic Sunjam, play 6 degrees of Andrew Grimm and/or Chris Plummer, discuss "Plummerisms," detail Act 3 instrumentation, recall DC band Fallen Ones, and promote community Stream Clean Up.s http://patapscoheritagegreenway.org/.

Aug 29, 2016

BABY BLUE

There he stood on the doorstep for a time

Wanna work for a nickel for a dime

Mommy who Daddy who he don't know

Better now, he ain't beat, where's he go?

He's gonna roam the street

Then he steal a piece of meat

This is no place for a kid

He's the crime that others did

He doesn't know what to do

No orphanages coming true

Streets that are splattered with his blood

Streets where we walk in the sun

There he sleeps by the trashcan for a night

Abandoned child, just a child, it ain't right

Mommy who, Daddy who, he don't care

Middle March, nose it runs feet are bar

 

Dave: vocals and guitar

Brian - bass, engineering,production

CJ - drums

Ian - mastering

Colleen - upstairs reading

Aug 23, 2016

The fellas begin by saying "It's fucking like blowing up the Death Star or Indiana Jones doing absolutely nothing at the end of Raiders Of the Lost Ark!" then move on to  Foster Huey's dental problems (donate to Bellas Bully Buddies! bellasbullybuddies.org), stray into cat talk(how "meow" sounds like "NOW!"), and then Dave tries to figure out what he already done wrote. Next they speak a little on Baby Blue's character arc to come, altering one's consciousness through distance running, and Steve Goddamn Earle.

Aug 22, 2016

DAWN'S EULOGY

You wanted something more than just somebody at the door

What you got was something less you're thinking "what in heaven for"

Ain't never got no flowers just take it one day at a time

Places lose their meaning and life becomes a rhyme

I said you take it as it comes and that's a rule of thumb

Sometimes you feel you ain't begun hell you're not the only one

Wake up your pillow's wet while it's lying on the floor

If kindness is a virtue you're thinking, "baby, what in heaven for":

Looking for your dad in all those guys who turned out bad

Broken expectations are al that you have had

A failure brings a heartache that a pill can't ever cure

Searching and feeling empty you're thinking "baby, what in heaven for

What in heaven for"

After all that time avoiding pessimism laughs out loud

The faces they look different ain't no solace in a crowd

Old friendships fly away like a bird does in the fall

Submerged in isolation you're feeling two foot small

I said you take it as it comes and that's a rule of thumb

Sometimes you feel you ain't begun hell you're not the only one

Wake up the pillow's wet while it's lying on the floor

If kindness is a virtue you're thinking "what in heaven for

What in heaven for"

On the day that Dawn was killed nobody even knew

'Cause there's a million deaths in the city minus one or two

The murder of a whore is as tragic as can be

She meant more than that to you

She meant more than that to me

What in heaven for

You can live your life in sorrow

But what in heaven for?

 

 

 

Aug 15, 2016

WATCHING IT ON TV

Rain all the time 'cause her lover's gone

Rage in the sunshine never to belong

Crack in the windshield of a wasted throng

Clear through the morning to be watching it on TV

She breaks the skin and the needle's free

No sleep tonight and it's almost three

Never again try to not agree

Clear through the morning to be watching it on TV

All night long

She buys a new pack of cigarettes

She sits around and tries to forget

She waits for something that's not regret

Clear through the morning to be watching it on TV

Rage in her eyes but she's nodding out

Slumped by the wall in her mind she shouts

"Why is it everything's wrong about"

Watching it on TV

But there ain't no TV screen

He's here and he's feeling mean

The city will hide the screams

 

 

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."

Aug 8, 2016

LOVE SONG

There's a feeling yes a feeling

I got for you call it true love

In the morning in the evening

Open on up call it true love

Ain't no sunshine ain't no dark clouds

When you're with me it's all back ground

Fading sunshine It's about time

We're together here forever

Life means nothing if I can't have you

'Cause I love you

 

Dave Linantud - vocals and guitar

Brian Lutz - bass

CJ Johnson - drums

Produced by Brian Lutz at Possum Studios 

Mastered by Ian Burke at Invisible Studios

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