This week the guys discuss scary things seen on security cameras, a drivable Lego Bugatti, movies, and an awesome digitalSoup Quiz Show: Name that Song – Cowbell Edition! Check it out!
In a Texas neighborhood, owners of home security cameras were left with quite a chilling mystery as a barefoot woman with what appears to be security restraints hanging from her wrists rings doorbells and then disappears. Authorities are investigating and no one knows if this is an elaborate hoax or truly a woman trying to escape her captor, but no leads have turned up as of yet. What would you do if you saw that footage on your security cameras?
Is Wesley Snipes once again going to become the vampire hunter? Not a lot is known at this time but Snipes recently revealed that his team has had conversations with the brass at Marvel about bringing back the Blade character.
Made out of more than a million Lego Technic pieces, weighing over 3000 lbs and no glue in sight. This car is 90% legos and just 10%(some steel reinforcements and tires) actual car parts. That means even the motor is all lego. I’d had to be the guy test driving this that slams the door too hard and watches it completely fall apart!
- “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” – Bachman Turner Overdrive
- “Hey Ladies” – Beastie Boys
- “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” – Blue Oyster Cult
- “Down On The Corner” – Creedence Clearwater Revival
- “We’re An American Band” – Grand Funk Railroad
- “Killing In The Name” – Rage Against The Machine
- “Honky Tonk Woman” – The Rolling Stones
- “Oy Como Va” – Santana
- “Low Rider” – War
- “Play That Funky Music” – Wild Cherry
- “Owner Of A Lonely Heart” – Yes
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XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck makes the pitch to not allow competitive leagues to offer multi-year contracts that may have restrictions and or non-compete clauses that could severely limit the players ability to play for other leagues, including the XFL. He doesn’t come out and say the AAF but I doubt he was referring to the CFL.
Nickelback vs. Two Little Rascals In A Trench Coat
Bonus Funny – “Look At This Graph”
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This Week’s Track – “9 Lives” by XOVA
XOVA (pronounced Crossover) are a 6 piece multi-genre band who fuse Reggae with a modern mix of Pop, Rock, Ska, Indie, Motown, Hip Hop and folk to create a new Crossover genre we call PopTwist.
The past few years have seen the six-piece perform support slots for The Spin Doctors, The Beat with Rankin Roger, The Selector, The Dualers, The Moulettes, The Skints, Jimmy Cliff, and supported UB40 feat Ali Campbell, Astro and Mikey Virtue on their Sold Out gigs at Hatfield House, Burghley House, and 02 Arena London in 2014/2015, and then most recently again at their Sold Out Lincoln Castle gig in 2016. They won a slot at the 2013 “Isle of Wight” Festival from over 3,000 entrants as one of the best unsigned bands in the UK.
(Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music)”This is one of the tightest bands I have heard in a very long time”
(Claire Balding, BBC Radio2) after Playing (Little Lion) “I really Like this, it’s quite Wonderful – Thurs 13th April 2014”
(Foxy and Guilliano, Free Radio – Birmingham) after their Exclusive Play of (Your To Blame) 1st April 2014 “Xova Sound Brilliant, we really want to see these guys Live ”
(Darren – Tramlines Fest 2014)”The Best Live band i’ve booked in 20 years promoting ” ? Fired up by social and political unrest, as well as affairs of the heart, inspired the band towards the end of 2014 to release a new remix of “You’re to Blame” from their first album “The Pressures of Life”. They also re-released “Little Lion” to once again help and support the charity “Crohn’s and Colitis UK” in their bid to bring awareness to everyone about the disease. Their best Single releases to date “9 Lives” from their (The Soho Road Sessions EP), and “Tears” (taken from their “Little Lion EP”) along with “Knife Crime City” and “Little Lion” has earned and gained the band lots of Radio airplay on many Indie and online Stations around the World, along with adoring Fans who Love their music.
Check them out at their official website