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Untitled Beatles Podcast
50 minutes | Aug 13, 2022
2022 All-Star Beatle Batting Orders
It’s obvious that The Beatles first love was music. But their fabbest love was for the American sport of baseball, with its electrifying foul balls, nail-biting bunts, and contemplative rain delays. And that’s why this week, T.J. and Tony have each compiled a major league set of fab tunes to compete against one another in this All-Star Beatle Batting Order Midsommer Classic. This Week in Untitled Beatles Baseball: 🥁 After a severe brow-beating from Cubs manager Lee Elia, is pinch drummer Jimmie Nicol getting sent down to the minors? 🔮 Did superstitious T.J.’s “8-Track Only” fast cause him to make a crucial Sgt. Pepper fielding error? 🐅 Should Tony "Bullethead" Mendoza have gotten ejected for trying to doctor the “Bungalow Bill”? Plus another edition of Star’s Search! EPISODE LINKS Like and subscribe! Who's line-up do you think won? You make the call! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
45 minutes | Aug 6, 2022
Deep Dish: Beatles ‘65 (1964) Part 2
We couldn’t leave this kitten alone! It’s the chilling conclusion to our deep dish of Beatles ‘65 (aka Beatles ‘LXV). This time our absolutely gabulous hosts inquire: 🍳 On “She’s A Woman” does Ringo play a chocalho, a cylindrical shaker, or a traditional British breakfast? 🎹 Could T.J. Shanoff’s Gliss Forensics one day be used to solve fab crimes? ✊ With regards to the American Beatles catalog, did Dave Dexter Jr. remaster or remasturbate? Plus another edition of “What Was Up Geoff Emerick’s Ass?” All that and a bag of bubble and squeak! ----- EPISODE LINKS Like and subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
46 minutes | Jul 30, 2022
Deep Dish: Beatles ’65 (1964) Part 1
Most rock historians agree that The Beatles were ahead of their time, as evidenced by their impressive entrance at the Royal Command Performance via jetpack. In fact, the lads from Liverpool were so ahead of their time, they released an album in 1964 called Beatles ’65 (!!!). And boy did it age them, judging from their sullen publicity photos, maturing songwriting, and Wurther’s Original hard candies thrown at them on stage. As the Rutles would later say, "Ouch!" This week T.J. and Tony deep dish another curious LP in their long forgotten American discography - Beatles ’65 - an album that has nothing to do whatsoever with The Beatles in 1965. It causes one to ponder: 📱Is it possible John Lennon owned the world’s first mobile cellular telephone? 🎡Could T.J. get carnival work guessing when Beatles LPs were pressed? 👃🏻If Ringo Starr was a scratch ’n’ sniff sticker, what would he smell like? #BeatleSniffer So don something black, have a good cry for yourself, and let the phone ring endlessly, because the Untitled Beatles Podcast is just beginning to talk about The Beatles in ’65.* *’64 (But by the time we finish talking about this album it will be 1965) EPISODE LINKS Like and subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
61 minutes | Jul 23, 2022
Deep Dish: The Music of 1982 Part2
Summer of ‘59 is a classic Macca b-side. 1967 was the frigid Summer of Gloves. The summer of ‘69 was when you got your first real g string. But only 1982 was the Summer of Producer Casey, and some of Tony & T.J.‘s most formative, favorite hits, blasting off from WLS-FM, young B96, and Downtown Records & Tapes. And in our continued look at the (you can do) magic of 1982, upon the year’s 40th anniversary, we talk about those great tunes, many more Beatles-related releases, and other “Brady Brides”-worthy madcap hijinks, like: 🎸Zeppelin rocked okay, but could they touch Kenny Loggins & Steve Perry? 📺 OK fans of Weird Al originals: “This Is The Life” or “That Boy Could Dance”? 🏍 Is the Cadillac Foxes take on “Gloria (feat. Erik Estrada)” from the punk rock episode of “CHiPs” the definitive version? If E.T. hadn’t pulled a #hegone, probably from all those damn Reese’s Pieces or from getting water on him after midnight (buzzer sfx), they’d phone bone for our deep dish part II (#eyeeye) of the last official year before the 80’s began: 1982! EPISODE LINKS Be sure to subscribe to the show! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
72 minutes | Jul 16, 2022
Deep Dish: The Music of 1982 Part 1
This week T.J. and Tony are rising up and back on the streets, basking in the glory that is The Year MCMLXXXII (or for laypeople, 1982). The gruesome nineteen-eighty-twosome reach out and grab their favorite moments from The Beatles Reel Music, Paul’s Tug of War, and Elton John’s tribute to John Lennon. Plus enough 80s tangents to give your silver spoons Pac-Man Fever. As always, they ask the tough fab questions, such as: 🤖 Who said “Toti mundo nati” better? Paul, Mork, or Mr. Roboto? 🕺🏻 Would “Ballroom Dancing” have been a stronger B-side for the Grease 2 non-hit “Back To School Again”? 𐄍 Does Tony hear Stevie Nicks’ signature rocker as “Edge of Seven”? Plus an Untitled Beatles Podcast Exclusive: Producer Casey’s 40th Anniversary Remix of “The Beatles Movie Medley”. It’s jammin' on the 2…1982 that is… EPISODE LINKS: Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts! Sign up for our LonelyFans and enjoy the Untitled Beatles Podcast...After Dark!
84 minutes | Jul 9, 2022
DELUXE REISSUE: McCartney at 78 (at 80)
In a slightly belated celebration of Paul's 80th birthday, we're gonna have a good time. The Untitled Beatles Podcast presents a Special Deluxe Reissue of one of our favorite episodes, originally recorded in the early pandemic days in honor of his 78th. EPISODE LINKS: Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts! ----- Originally published July 12, 2020 T.J. and Tony profess their love for Sir Paul, celebrating their five favorite post-Beatles McCartney songs while contemplating future nuptials. It's 60+ minutes of fuzzy feels and fuzzy math.
88 minutes | Jul 2, 2022
EPISODE C / EPISODE 100 EX-FAB-AGANZA!
Paul McCartney’s greatest-ever composition is “100 Moon”, sometimes known as “C (“Sí”) Moon”, and pronounced, of course, “Key Moon”. Whether this makes any sense is in the eye of the Untitled Beatleholder, and, possibly, Eric Holder, the last attorney general before America pulled a #HeGone. With that Temporary Non-sequitary out of the way, The Untitled Beatles Podcast is proud to celebrate our 100th episode*! (*May or may not be our 100th episode.) Tony, T.J., and Producer Casey have been fab gabbing about niche, indie (500) band The Beatles since the the halcyon days of panic-wiping down groceries in Spring, 2020. Our 100th episode dares to answer the crowdsourced, hard questions about the origins of our partnership and friendship, some recurring bits, influences, and more. In addition to this Blister In The Sun-worthy self-love-fest, the UBP also gets straight-nazty on many other topics, SUCH AS/TIGHT A$: 🥁 Did longtime primary Beatles drummer Bernard Purdie play for any other bands, specifically Hines, Hines & Ford and/or longtime Pittsburgh Steeler Hines, Hines & Ward? 📬 If NBC-era Letterman is “All Things Must Pass”, is CBS-era Letterman “Cloud Nine”? 🎹 Does Producer Casey prefer Ben Folds V (“vee”), which is really Ben Folds III (“eye—yai-yai”) to Ben Folds I (“uno”)? Whether you’ve been with us since our early Dingle days or more recently, whether you interact with us on Discord, Facebook, or Insta, or whether you like The Beatles, The Boingles, or - ideally - Asia/Aja - we absolutely wouldn’t be here without you. Thanks for listening, subscribing, and for your support! We plan to be here for another 100 episodes, before going our Separate Ways: An Untitled Steve Perry Podcast. OK, we don’t really want to start (obviously) the show, so we’re warning you with peace and love, NO MORE AUTOGRAPHS, WE HAVE TOO MUCH TO DO! #BadBoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoyoy EPISODE LINKS: Check out some of our faves and inspirations: Sound Opinions | Something About the Beatles Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
2 minutes | Jun 25, 2022
A quick programming note
The Untitled Beatles Podcast will be back next week with our 100th episode celebration. Here are a few things that could better use your attention this week: Support the right to choose Donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds Support women creators BC the Beatles Another Kind of Mind All About the Girl One Sweet Dream The Beatles Books: “A Women’s History of the Beatles” Spend time in other people’s shoes: This American Life: "But I Did Everything Right" ✌🏻❤️✊🏻
53 minutes | Jun 18, 2022
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967), Part 3
It was 80 years ago today that Sir Paul McCartney was born! In honor of this awesome moment in Fab Four history, the Untitled Beatles Podcast is proud to present part three of our look at his most important record: the “Hope For The Future” EP. (#Thrash) WAIT! HOLD UP, YO! STOP THE PRESSES, NEWSIES! We’re actually discussing Side 2 of the iconic, legendary “Pepper”, as the cool kids call it. And whether you prefer your transition from “Good Morning, Good Morning” to the “Sgt. Pepper” reprise in mono or stereo, we hope you will enjoy our final installment of this “Pepper” deep dish, which also dares to ask: ✏️ When not microwaving pencils, did young Tony used to raw-dawg Doritos sandwiches? ⚾️ Was “Within You Without You” George’s tribute to Kenny Lofton, given how much he loved Cleveland Indian music? 📼 When it comes to Macca-inspired blank audio cassettes (emoji not available), are you team “Maxell's Silver Hammer” or “Mother Nature’s Sony”? So wake up, fall out of (your Pepper’s water)bed, and before you drag a comb across Judge Dredd, join Tony and T.J. for one final look at an album that quite literally changed the trajectory of popular culture in ways unseen until Asia’s self-titled debut in ’82. (“A Day In The Life” is fine, but have you heard “Heat Of The Moment”, son?) EPISODE LINKS Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
62 minutes | Jun 11, 2022
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967), Part 2
Even the most casual Beatles fan has seen and touched the world’s most beloved album cover: “Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins”, which, controversially finished seventh in Dongz Monthly’s “Best Album Cover, With A Dong” 2020 poll. (#1, naturally, was Ted Nugent’s “Cat Scratch Fever”.) But there’s another famous Beatles album cover we just learned about on #AskJeeves that has some mind-blowing music beneath the 1987 cassette’s thick j-card: “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band!” In Part 2 of our deep dish on the most famous album EVER, we delve into Side 1, which is a real Dick Hyman-esque banger. Luckily for the masses, The Gab 2 also finds time to address: 📸 Was surrealist, EMI balcony photog Angus McBean his generation’s Calista Flockhart? 🎺 NFL Trivia: Was the halftime show of Super Bowl VI (pronounced “Vee-Eye”) “With The Beatles, With Horns!”? 🌭 (read in angry Chicago accent) How come Tony & T.J. don’t know the name of the engineer for “Fixing A Hole”, but Producer Casey does? Ya Jagbags! It was 55 years ago today…plus about 10 days or so depending when you’re listening. So come celebrate “Pepper” with us! Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
55 minutes | Jun 4, 2022
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967), Part 1
Every Beatles album is critically acclaimed, especially “Tomorrow Never Knows”(#FileUnderRAWK). But arguably, none is more important than “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, especially the Dave Dexter version, which replaces “She’s Leaving Home” with “Little Child”, obviously bettering the album. This week, Tony and T.J., with a little help from their friend, producer Casey, begin a three part Journey/Frumious Bandersnatch deep dish into this sadly, little-discussed record on its 55th anniversary. Along the way, they find their inner groove on the following topics: 🎹 Is Leonard Bernstein’s plucky piano cover of “She Said She Said” the definitive version? 🏖 Was there ever a time as magical as 1987’s Summer of Mike Love? 🏀 Is John Stockhausen the greatest avant point garde of all time? As Capitol EMI might say, “It Was 55 Years Ago Today. Now re-buy this record.” Or just tuck yourself inside #FontLoversCorner and listen to the Gab Two geek out over this all-time Fab masterpiece! ----- EPISODE NOTES: Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
53 minutes | May 28, 2022
Mono/Stereo Nerdout! (Deluxe Reissue Part 2)
Adjust your balance knobs: It’s Part 2 of the Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Numbered Gnome-Filled reissue of our 10th episode, Mono/Stereo Nerdout! This episode is so duophonic, you only hear the right channel in your left channel. #SemiDimensionalStereo Today, we continue the gab geek out over Fab stereo and mono nuances, and also consider: 🍦 If stereo “Revolution” were a piece of ice cream, what flavour would it be? 🙀 Is Tony more of a Mr. Mistoffelees or a Rum Tum Tugger? 🤕 What’s up with so much loud harmonica in The Jon Spencer Blues Traveler? It’s a magical, momentous, multinary matter-of-course conclusion, in one-channel stereo and, for a limited time, mono in your mind. ----- EPISODE LINKS: Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
40 minutes | May 21, 2022
Mono/Stereo Nerdout! (Deluxe Reissue Part 1)
Our world is not binary. Nor is it monary. It's multinary! However, in this SUPER DELUXE REISSUE of our 10th episode, T.J. and Tony discuss so many splendid nuances between The Beatles stereo and mono catalog, that this ELECTRONICALLY ENHANCED CLASSIC must be a 2-parter. Therefore, this HISTORIC LEGACY REBROADCAST is binary. Along the way, the stereo derriere-eos ponder: 🏖 Is this the Untitled Beach Boys Podcast? 🇺🇸 Could Paul have picked a more thoughtless song to play at the 2001 Concert For New York City? 👵🏻 Is this the Untitled Jan & Dean Podcast? Perhaps this ULTRA-RARE EXPANDED SPECIAL EDITION RERUN really is multinary! EPISODE LINKS: Please subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts! ----- Originally published August 1, 2020 T.J. and Tony meander thru the magical minutiae of the Beatles monaural and stereophonic records, with detours into US LP quirks, the creepy Beach Boys, and the Honus Wagner T206 tobacco card of Beatle releases. Brought to you by Heinz Beans.
58 minutes | May 14, 2022
”The White Album” as a Single LP
Tony’s favourite Beatles record is their beloved double album, “The Beatles Story”. Jokes! It’s the legendary, self-titled 2LP set better known as “The White Album”. T.J. loves it slightly less. Sir George Martin? He said on several occasions that he’d have preferred a more focused single album. Horses for courses, as they say. #MeatFreeMonday Inspired by the official UBP Fifth Beatle’s controversial opinion (and a great suggestion from listener Mr. Sticker) Tony & T.J. each create their own 1LP “White Album”, changing the track listing, making odd edits, and utilizing the wealth of material surrounding this landmark record’s sessions. Plus, they each pick a 45 featuring an A & B side culled from their cut lists. Do your favorite songs stay? Do any classics get a #HeGone? Summertime Tony and Dr. T.J. Fever discuss this and more, like: 🛳 Which is a better Patti LuPone performance: the 1987 “Anything Goes” revival, or her cover of “Revolution 9”? 🚚 Was Ringo behind the wheel for the Baltimore Colts’ dead-of-night, winter escape to Indianapolis? Irsay it ain’t so! 🐓 Did Tony and his friend Dan get their glasses for WFLD Metromedia 32’s 3D airing of “Hondo” at 7-11 or White Hen Pantry? Whether you’re #TeamJewel, #TeamDominicks, or #TeamGooGooDolls - all beloved Chicago-area grocery stores - come on down to 8-Track Avalanche and pick up this episode - or download it wherever podcasts and Jackson Browne 78tracks are sold. EPISODE LINKS: Subscribe here! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram If you dig the show, help spread the word by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen.
3 minutes | May 10, 2022
LIVE TUESDAY 7PM CT: Twitch & Shout PRIMETIME
ATTENTION: VERY PROFESSIONAL PROMOTIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT We are back live on Twitch for another installment of Twitch and Shout: PRIMETIME! Come hang with T.J., Tony and Producer Casey this Tuesday, May 10, at 7pm CT for an hour of gabbing fab. We'll talk about The Beatles, our upcoming 100th episode, and maybe even play Beatles Trivial Pursuit! We haven't had the meeting about it yet! We hope you'll join the fun. Set your alarm for 7 p.m. CT PRIMETIME, and find us at twitch.tv/chicago4real or at https://www.untitledbeatlespodcast.com/live Thanks, as always, to our fine friends at Chicago4Real for hosting us.
67 minutes | May 7, 2022
The Beatles ”At The Hollywood Bowl” (1977)
Fact: Since 2016, there’s no such thing as an authorized “live Beatles record” without Opie’s involvement. Sure, “At The Hollywood Bowl” was originally released lo-fi style in 1977, back when Richie Cunningham was chillin’ with Potzie, Mrs. C, and the increasingly insane Chachi. But it wasn’t until Apple slapped Ron Howard’s name on a brand new cover (yuck) that this long-deleted title finally appeared on CD in dramatically improved sound, as a slightly forced tie-in with the “Eight Days A Week” film. So yeah, it was ol’ Winthrop (#TheMusicMan #GaryIndiana) who made a Splash with this Gung Ho re-release that’s Far and Away the only official live Beatles record. In this episode, Tony and T.J. dive into Giles Martin’s stunning remix, on the 45th anniversary of George Martin’s original presentation of the legendary ’64 and ’65 Hollywood Bowl shows. Along the way, these Beautiful Minds Backdraft themselves into other pertinent topics, like: ☎️ Did the Nerk Twins inspire the Jerk Twins, later known as the Jerky Twins, and ultimately known as G.O.A.T. comedy act The Jerky Boys? 🕺 Are 8-track tapes the best way to (part 1) listen to your favorite music (concl.)? 😙 Does anyone know the omnipresent, looped, two-note whistler on The Ventures’ live album? And can they sue for royalties? Replete with bonus tracks and new, incongruously stupid artwork, this reissue is not to be missed; and neither is this episode, which will ensure Sunday, Monday, Happy Days, Tuesday, Wednesday, Happy Days, Thursday, Friday, Happy Days, The Weekend comes, and kinda rips off a-ha’s “Take On Me” with his hit “Blinding Lights”. Subscribe here, come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, and heeeeeeyyyyyyyyyy if you like us, spread the word by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. "And now, here they are, the Untitled Beatles Podcast!" - Dick Biondi, probably
63 minutes | Apr 30, 2022
Beatle-esque Bangers, Part 2
Who was The Godfather of Gum? What on earth is Elephant Six?? Who was the other guy in XTC??? None of them were The Beatles. Nor were they Beatlemania. But their music is an incredible simulation that could be considered “Beatle-esque”. In this “thrilling-esque” conclusion, T.J. and Tony continue trading their favorite songs that come close to That Thing The Fab Four Did. Like most journeys, this episode uncovers more questions than answers... 🥤 Why did Billy Joel succumb to madness during the Cola Wars? 📺 Did the kids on BBC’s Seven Up! series experience Monotones-Mania? 🎲 Was Andrew “Dice” Clay the 5th member of Badfinger? No matter how you slice it (we slice it tavern-style), The Beatles DNA can be heard on worldwide chart toppers, crate-buried oddities, and your favorite cold, robot-selected algorithms. EPISODE LINKS - We know this list is far from complete—shoot us your favorite "Beatle-esque" tracks! Shout on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or NOW ON DISCORD! - Be sure to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen.
53 minutes | Apr 23, 2022
Beatle-esque Bangers, Part 1
Webster’s dictionary defines “music” as… you know what, only d-bags start a sentence with that nonsense. So let’s cut right to the chase—without The Beatles, is there even music? Extreme, maybe (#MoreThanWords), but the Fabs—together and solo—rewrote the rules of what popular music could be many times over, inspiring a term now commonly known as “Beatle-esque”. But what does “Beatle-esque” even mean? Is it even a word if it isn’t in Websters? Does Emanuel Lewis know? Tony and T.J. consider what the term means to them, providing examples of how elements of Beatles music have seeped into some of their favorite songs by other artists. Along the way, the Gab Two ponder: 🚽 Did nepotistic 80’s singer Rockwell record his lone hit in the same room where Elvis died? 🍔 Would you let your child near a McDonalds clown with a quarter pounder in his pants? 🎹 Did Billy Joel’s wonton cussing in “Laura” inspire Macca’s “Big Boys Bickering”? We’re Beatles fans, sure—but we also understand that some artists, namely Asia, Stephanie Mills and Joe Diffie, were better and bigger than The Beatles. So they get their due, too. EPISODE LINKS: - Send us your favorite "Beatle-esque" tracks! Shout on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or NOW ON DISCORD! - Don't leave us hanging. Don't bring us down the way United Artists left E.L.O. out in the cold and off the charts. Be sure to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen!
61 minutes | Apr 16, 2022
A Hard Day’s Night - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (U.S., 1964)
🎸 BOINNNNNNG Arguably the most recognizable chord in the history of rock and roll, the opening G7add9sus4 lets you know INSTANTLY that it’s been a hard day’s night, and George Martin’s been working like a dog. This week, T.J. and Tony dish deep on the United Artists LP of the Original Motion Picture Sound Track to The Beatles’ “A Hard Day’s Night.” Our dynamic duo gets duophonic, breaking things down track-by-track, including all the classic George Martin instrumentals. Between tracks, we make time for the important stuff, like: 🐈 A preview of the first known copy of the long-rumored Asia / Alf collab 🍗 Which was more commercially viable: Kenny Rogers’s records for United Artists, or his roasted chicken? 🕵🏻♂️ T.J.’s audition for Beatle Forensics, his spinoff podcast inspecting every version of I’ll Cry Instead ever recorded 🏴☠️ And Tony’s audition for Is Joe English Dead, his spinoff podcast about dubious Google results and internet polls This one’s not streamable, kids, so you’ll have to hit the record store crates for your copy, or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: T.J. Shanoff Somewhere in Chicago. And by Chicago, he probably means Deerfield. EPISODE LINKS: - Should next year’s Fifth Beatle Bracket include Dave Brubeck? YOU DECIDE. Come yell at us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or NOW ON DISCORD! - Help us climb the charts! Please be sure to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen!
3 minutes | Apr 12, 2022
LIVE THIS TUESDAY AT 6 PM CT: Twitch & Shout returns!
It's been a long time Now we're Back live on Twitch That's right! Come hang with Tony and T.J. this Tuesday, April 12, at 6 pm CT for an hour of Beatle babble. We'll talk: 🎰 Tony's recent pilgrimage to Vegas to see Cirque du Soleil's LOVE 🐭 This wild Dick Clark pitch to have the Beatles take over Disneyland that's been going around the internet 🍳 The (Pete) Best of Terri Hemmert's Breakfast with the Beatles this week 🗣 All the great, real-time comments and questions from the audience 🃏 And whatever else we have time for! We hope you'll join the fun. Set your alarm for 6 p.m. CT, and find us at twitch.tv/chicago4real. Thanks, as always, to our fine friends at Chicago4Real for hosting us.
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