Monday, December 20, 2010

Season 2, Episode 03: Easter Bunny Throwing Sh*t Out of a Helicopter

Season 2 continues with episode 3!

Things and stuff:
  • McDeviltoast had visitors and they did karaoke. They saw Black Swan.
  • This is Jeff Bridges month. Too bad his appearance on SNL sucked. McDeviltoast talks about True Grit some more, and Montana mentions a few films he saw in the drive-in, including Yor (trailer) and Krull. Montana remembers his shark-tooth necklace. McDeviltoast relates his memories, including Blue Thunder. A deja vu conversation about Riptide occurs.  McDeviltoast recommends The A-Team.
  • McDeviltoast doesn't like commercial disclaimers.
  • Montana recommends The Walking Dead.
    • The Green Hornet is coming out soon. Christoph Waltz is awesome. McDeviltoast relates a Stephen Chow anecdote, and Montana relates a similar anecdote about a Bollywood tune. Montana also mentions, which he enjoys.
    • McDeviltoast recommends Heat, not Heat or Heat (or Heat). He wonders about the point where an actor switches from looking young to looking old.
    • McDeviltoast Endurance Test: the classic "Aisha"
    • We close the show.

      Wednesday, December 8, 2010

      Season 2, Episode 02: Montana and McDeviltoast Read Wikipedia to You

      Season 2 continues with episode 2!

      Things and stuff:
      • This episode brought to you by Kingfisher (McDeviltoast) and water (Montana).
      • McDeviltoast is winning sports bets. Some discussion ensues, wending its way to Inception and Battleship.
      • Leslie Nielsen and Dino De Laurentiis passed away. 
      • Montana watched Monty Python: Almost the Truth. He goes on about it for a while, including reading wikipedia.
      • McDeviltoast wonders about the effect of something losing its charm due to everyone being in on the joke. The discussion turns toward musicians of note becoming studio musicians. 
      • McDeviltoast had a hellish work day. They discuss cost of merchandise calculations.
      • Irvin Kershner died. He directed Robocop 2. Montana lives with a dog. Montana tells McDeviltoast about Dexter. McDeviltoast mentions the sequel to Trainspotting, and talks about Boyle's other films. Upon discussing 127 Hours, McDeviltoast recounts a harrowing and somewhat similar experience. 
      • Also, Sting sucks. But not when he's with Eberhard Schoener. And Billy Joel didn't suck when he was in Attila
      • Y Kant Tori Read brings up discussion of how accessible music is today, and how much is the most they've spent on a single cd, and Best Buy used to be a good place to buy music. 
      • McDeviltoast knows a lot about Queen. Some Nine Inch Nails discussion. Montana gets the halos out of order. McDeviltoast reminisces about tv, and discovers that Tater Tomater is on youtube. Montana discusses a film collector friend.
      • McDeviltoast Endurance Test: "Scream", by Sky Smith

        Monday, November 22, 2010

        Season 2, Episode 01: Clowns and RVs

        Season 2 is here, with Episode 01!

        Things and stuff:
          • End of the show.

          Monday, November 1, 2010

          Bonus: We Are Not Delicious Second Season Theme Song

          Hey, since I (Montana) am editing the new episode, I thought I'd share the new theme for the second season of the show, created by DJ Empirical (a.k.a., me).

          So check out out here: We Are Not Delicious: Second Season Theme.

          Enjoy, and stay tuned!

          Sunday, August 1, 2010

          Episode 019: Season 1 Finale!

          Download the show: We Are Not Delicious, Episode 019

          We've decided that this episode, #19, is our last episode of what we are calling "season one".  We're both a bit busy with a few projects at the moment, so we're taking a couple months off.  We should be back with a new episode around the beginning of October.

          Thanks everyone for checking us out! Subscribe via itunes or rss so that you catch the new episodes when they're ready!
          • Montana and McDeviltoast open the show.
          • McDeviltoast attended a tasting for the new Batch 19 beer.  Mrs. Toast did not want to join McDeviltoast for a prank.  McDeviltoast can't read music and Montana throws him some tips.
          • McDeviltoast wonders when should one throw out socks, and Montana talks about his socks. Also hobos don't wear bindis.  Mike's socks were hatin' it.  There's no word like "orphan" but for one whose siblings have died.
          • McDeviltoast was camping and a ranger belittled him and his friends.  Montana remembered being harassed along with McDeviltoast and a mutual friend in Burnett Woods by a cop.  McDeviltoast remembers being harassed along with a mutual friend in Bellevue Park.  "Rural" is a weird word to say.
          • McDeviltoast relates a positive experience with a cop that involves a raccoon in swaddling clothes.
          • McDeviltoast mentions the experience of "breaking up" with a band, and Montana doesn't have an analogous band.
          • McDeviltoast Endurance Test: Darrell Bluett.
          • Montana and McDeviltoast announce that this is the last episode of this "season", and include shouts out.
          • Mentioned: Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA, Paul Hardcastle's "19", ASPCA, Sway, Pearl Jam, Mother Love Bone, Soundgarden, Chris Cornell's Scream, Timbaland, Founders' Red's Rye PA, strongest beer ever along with its dead animal packaging, Hitch-22: A Memoir.

          Thursday, July 22, 2010

          Episode 018: No More Bachelor Toast

          Episode 18: first show back after a couple weeks. We apparently forgot how to do audio because the mics both sound weird. Sorry about that.

          Shouts out to Todd and Liz.  For real.
          Background music: Kyle Cannon's ScienceRock2007, from the RaceCarProductions sublabel AERO.
            Correction: In the episode, Montana erroneously indicates that Armando Iannucci produced Brass Eye.  That is not the case.

              Thursday, July 1, 2010

              Episode 017: Burger Bigot

              Episode 17 is brought to you in part by....  vodka.  This is McDeviltoast's last episode before getting married.

              Wednesday, June 23, 2010

              Episode 016: Pans Have Been Handled

              Here's episode 16. Power of two!
              • Montana and McDeviltoast open the show.  Montana and McDeviltoast discuss listeners.
              • McDeviltoast notes that summer has started.  McDeviltoast went to King's Dominion, so there is some discussion of the rides, and McDeviltoast compares some to Kings Island, and then talks about some of the kinds of park-goers. (mentioned: Three Men and a Baby David Lynch Cut)
              • McDeviltoast's last prediction came true!
              • McDeviltoast discusses more of the Clifton panhandlers.  Montana wonders whether there's a website that collects street personalities in different cities.  (mentioned: Bogart's, Streetvibes)
              • Montana recalls an observation that often a rock musician's best songs come from being less experienced playing their instrument.
              • Montana relates an anecdote about seeing Gwar and getting stranded in the ghetto of Indianapolis. (mentioned: mohawk, AutoZone)
              • McDeviltoast Endurance Test: Harvey Sid Fisher's astrology song samples

              • Montana and McDeviltoast end the show.

              Thursday, June 17, 2010

              Bonus Episode: "Trebuchet" by George Hrab

              As a bonus episode, we present to you Trebuchet,  the new album by George Hrab.

              We Are Not Delicious would not exist were it not due to a few excellent podcasts, one of which is George Hrab's Geologic Podcast.  We (mainly Montana; McDeviltoast is a new fan) could go on for days, but rather than do that, we'll just link in a few resources below, ask you to listen to the album, and encourage you to pick it up.

              Thanks  for listening, and of course, many thanks  to Geo for all the entertainment, past and future.

              A couple things to check out:

              With special appearances by Phil Plait, Peter Gregson,
              Slau, and The Skeptical Shoe Horns.
              1. God is Not Great
              2. Everything Alive Will Die Someday
              3. Ms.Information
              4. Fifty Stories
              5. FAR
              6. Remora
              7. Sviatoslav Lobster
              8. When I Was Your Age
              9. Trebuchet
              10. Atlanta
              11. Death From The Skies
              12. Never Knew
              13. Hai Yookito ‘Ya
              14. Where Have You Been?
              15. One Hypnopompic Jerk
              16. Small Comfort
              17. Happy Birthday Baby
              All songs ©2010 Geologic Records/You Call That Music

                Wednesday, June 16, 2010

                Episode 015: A Vodka-Soaked Tampon in Your Hearing Holes

                Episode 15.  A day earlier than expected!  (In the episode Montana mentions Thursday but this is totally posted on Wednesday!)

                • McDeviltoast reminds Montana about Nannerpuss.
                • Montana mentions an iTunes review that said the show is like "horseradish for your ears".

                Thursday, June 10, 2010

                Episode 014: He's a Cool Dude

                Episode 14.  Background music: Scirk08, by Kyle Cannon.

                • Montana and McDeviltoast close the show.

                Thursday, June 3, 2010

                Episode 013: One Fiscal Quarter

                Another week, another episode.

                • Montana and McDeviltoast close the show.

                Thursday, May 27, 2010

                Episode 012: In Which Our Heroes Vagely Remember 80s TV

                Episode 12.  Somehow for most of the episode we got talking about 80s tv shows we barely remember.  Weird.

                Oh, and to expedite the process, I used a dj mix for background music instead of choosing the songs individually.  So, if you dig the tunes, grab the latest episode of RaceCarProductions' Citizens Band podcast.  It's a great mix put together by KFrey and The Librarian. 

                Thursday, May 20, 2010

                Episode 011: Not Delicious After Dark*

                Since McDeviltoast was in town, we decided to do a very rare in-person We Are Not Delicious, with a small studio** audience.  Thanks to those in attendance: Miss Green, Crimefighter, Chizzo fo Rizzo, Elle Crash, KP, and of course January Fairy.

                All of the people here are good friends of ours; as such, the conversation devolves a bit into nostalgia at times.  You'll survive.  :)
                • Montana and McDeviltoast open the show and introduce the ne'er-do-wells and hangers-on.  They find out the number of languages in which they know the word "dick".  It becomes obvious that many adult beverages were consumed.  
                • McDeviltoast describes the adventures of the evening, including a pig head.  (mentioned: Arcade Legends, Jungle Jims, Rastan, Twin Peaks)
                McDeviltoast and a pig head

                  • Montana and McDeviltoast close the show.

                  (*) Apologies to /Filmcast After Dark
                  (**) January Fairy's living room

                  Thursday, May 13, 2010

                  Episode 010: Technically Detailed Espionage and Military Science Storylines

                  Episode 10...  double digits!

                  • McDeviltoast and Montana welcome you, though Montana is interrupted by a text message.
                  • Montana and McDeviltoast discuss Iron Man 2.  (mentioned: Iron Man, Whiplash, Crimson Dynamo, Fin Fang Foom, Star Trek: Nemesis, Rambo, District 9)
                  • Montana discusses Oldboy. (mentioned: Repo Men)
                  • Montana and McDeviltoast explain the origins of "Upsell" by Heterobot/SMRT.
                  • Montana and McDeviltoast field a fan question: What was the first music you bought with your own money.  Topics meander to mashup band names (like Slayicidal Pantallikorn) and an ultimate mashup film title (Batman: Mask of the Phantasmagoriall the President's Men in Blacula), and punny guitarist/beer names.  (mentioned: Plunderphonic [note download link on destination])
                  • McDeviltoast got another interesting application name at his workplace.  McDeviltoast makes a prediction. (Not a major one, but it's an excuse to use the new McDeviltoast Predictions theme music.)  McDeviltoast discusses names in general and Mohammad specifically.  
                  • McDeviltoast reminds Montana that someone was killed in the Philippines for singing "My Way", and that reminds Montana and McDeviltoast of Shirley's.  Nostalgia ensues. (mentioned: Steel Reserve)
                  • Montana and McDeviltoast talk about the "Wooly Fazeem", a drink made up by a friend and named after poorly transcribed karaoke lyrics.  This reminds Montana of examples of lyrics and other things about songs that seem weird and out of the blue. (mentioned "Somebody's Watching Me", Waaktaar, "We Became the Night Hairwise", Montana's old coworker "Cheryl", Total Recall, Austrian Death Machine)
                  • Montana remembers Emergency Broadcast Network, which has a sample of Harrison Ford in their song "Get Down".  Montana and McDeviltoast discuss the dearth of good Harrison Ford 90s films.  Also the picture in Ford's wiki looks terrible. Montana misreads Tom Clancy's influences. (mentioned: all those shitty Harrison Ford movies, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Forbidden Zone)
                  • McDeviltoast Endurance Test: "We Built Sioux City"

                  • Montana and McDeviltoast discuss "We Built This City", the source of the endurance test.
                  • Montana and McDeviltoast close the show.