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…you’ve missed lively, Siskel vs. Ebert-esque discussions on directorial filmographies, genres, cult television and music like:

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Another Devastating Descent into Fall Roundup (week 1)

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Hey, ho, let’s go, we’re back again with yet another brief but potent missive of all the reviews fit to print (and then some) in the manner you’ve all come to know and love.

Still sick as a dog (after catching my wife’s convention-sourced industrial strength deathfest of a germ warfare lab a good week back), but figured rather than just suffer and let this build, I’d tackle a few…and found a few real gems in the process.

Yeah, there’s always a balance.  But hey, take the positives where you can find ’em, n’est pas?

Shall we dance?

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A Cornucopian Conclave of Concuspiscent Delights (Week 3)

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And let’s close this busy week out with a bang, hereby concluding our huge batch of previously prepared review shells.

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A Cornucopian Conclave of Concuspiscent Delights (Week 2)

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What the hell, another reasonably large batch of reviews in the can.  So this one’s in three parts instead of the two we’ve been leaning towards of late…

Enjoy!

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A Cornucopian Conclave of Concuspiscent Delights (Week 1)

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And another batch of goodies for you all!

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Another Criminally Captivating Catch-All of a Midsummer Roundup (Week 2)

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So, it’s been another week or two, recorded and edited another Weird Scenes show for your delectation…and back to the ol’ grind, digging through yet another batch of reviewables for fun and frolic, just so you know what’s worthy and what’s, well, worthless out there this month (or thereabouts, given the new ala carte releases of these smaller, nonstandard review cycles).

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A Criminally Captivating Catch-All of a Midsummer Roundup (Week 1)

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Another busy week in the neighborhood, we’ve prepped up for yet another Weird Scenes episode to be recorded this weekend and spent a few days on reviews here besides…and that’s on top of everything else life brings and demands along the way.

So here’s another one where we’re cutting it off at about 2/3 of the original intended coverage, to get another batch of reviews out for everyone’s delectation.

Not as many strong offerings in this group, but you’ll find the gems scattered willy nilly among the weeds, as it were.

Happy Friday, everyone!

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An Appropriately Extreme Metal Roundup (pt. 2)

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You know, when we finally got around to working on these smaller review shells, it was with the intention of getting ’em out ad hoc, whenever the mood strikes and they were ready.

An Appropriately Extreme Metal Roundup (pt. 1)

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And after getting some of the lighter sounds out of the way, as ever, now we head into darker and often more interesting territory.

Indies, Doom, Sludge, Stoner and more

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And here’s another one this week.  Can’t promise the rest will follow with this sort of speed or regularity, and it’s probably about time to restart the research and recordings again over on the Weird Scenes front…but here you go, 3 smaller scale Roundups inside of two weeks.  Don’t say I never gave ya anything!

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Another Delicately Delicious “Dad Rock” Roundup (week 2)

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Well, who’d’a thunk it…two weeks worth of what used to be the opening salvo in those increasingly enormous monthly reviews Third Eye was known for.  Like we’ve been been saying a lot lately…a lot of work to cover all this stuff, and breaking it all down into more digestible regular chunks like this is only making that point more apparent and noticeably valid.

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