Archive for February 2011

Mondo Diablo Episode 299: It’s a Conspiracy

February 25, 2011

This is a two-parter, so today you’ll be getting the first half of “It’s a Conspiracy,” which includes clips from The Hitler Channel’s “Secret Societies,” with crazy old David Icke. Now, some of you may be familiar with Icke from Alex Jones and the like, so you may not know that Icke thinks there’s a race of alien lizard people disguising themselves as powerful leaders. He really thinks this. Hey–some people are so incredulous about this claim, they’d prefer to believe Icke means “Jews” when he says “Lizard.” Quoth David Icke, “Sometimes a lizard is just a lizard.”


Conspiracy 1
Alleee 1
Ludwig and the Classics * Secret Service
George McCoy * The Ballad of Candy Barr
Conspiracy 2
Norel Pref * Cut a Deal with the Devil
Ivan Stang on Conspiracy 1
Conspiracy 3
Laurindo Almeida & the Danzaneros * Big Town
Sonny Marshall * The Saddest Story
Conspiracy 4
Jay Darrow * Reflections on the Life of an Assassin
Ivan Stang on Conspiracy 2
Conspiracy 5
Billy May * The Man with the Golden Arm
Ron Ormand * Step on Jesus!
Conspiracy 6
The Top Secret Duel Food Standard
Ivan Stang on Conspiracy 3
Conspiracy 7
Elliott Fisher * Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Tom Lee * Ballad of Jimmy Hoffa
Conspiracy 8
Alberto Rivera * Jesuit Conspiracy
Ivan Stang on Conspiracy 4
Conspiracy 9
Elmer Bernstein * Staccatto’s Theme
Ravi Zacharias * Atheist Satanism Exposed!
Conspiracy 10
Alleee 2


Mondo Diablo Episode 298: What is Your Spiritual Gift?

February 18, 2011

This clip comes to us from Dave Grubin, who is in fact not an 80’s tv action/adventure beefcake personality. He is a Vinyl Preacher, for all intents and purposes. He makes Christianity all mystical and New-Agey, while retaining that Ol’ Time Religion. Who else can do that?


Another way to listen to Mondo Diablo is to go to and look for the schedule. Lucky people on other continents, they usually play me late at night, so it might be during work for some of you. Hopefully.


Your Spiritual Gift 1
Alleee 1
Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops * Jesus Christ Superstar
Jan Turkenburgh * OMG II
Your Spiritual Gift 2
The Rex Brown Company & The Wersi Electric String Orchestra * Round-up
Misiaczek * Champagne Ardennes
Your Spiritual Gift 3
Klaus Wunderlicht * You Say This Guy’s in Love with You
New Waver * My Memory Stick Weighs a Ton
Your Spiritual Gift 4
James Last * America-If I Had a Hammer-Lucky Lips
Sarah Palin Battle Hymn
Your Spiritual Gift 5
Andy Loore * Fish Story
The Bran Flakes * Fifty-Four Fifty
Your Spiritual Gift 6
Gil Trythall * Martha White Theme
The Louvin Brothers * I Don’t Believe You’ve Met my Baby
Your Spiritual Gift 7
Kanui & Lula * Pua Carnation
Yolanda Lisi * Je Veux Dormir
Your Spiritual Gift 8
Gilbert and Friedland * Singapore
Let Our Father Plan Your Family
Your Spiritual Gift 9
Orquesta Internacional * Las Camareras
An Open Letter to Stephen Fry
Your Spiritual Gift 10


Mondo Diablo Episode 297: In Bed with Personal Savior Betty Dodson (Praise Betty) and Susie Bright (Praise Susie)

February 10, 2011

Betty Dodson Wiki

Betty Dodson, PhD, (born August 24, 1929) is an American sex educator, author, and artist. Dodson held the first one-woman show of erotic art at the Wickersham Gallery in New York City in 1968. She left the art world to teach sex to women. She is widely known as a pioneer in women’s, and to a somewhat lesser extent men’s, sexual liberation, having sold more than 1 million copies of her first book, Sex for One. Much of her fame has come from her work not only advocating masturbation, but conducting workshops for more than 30 years in which groups of about 10 or more women (and at least once a group of men) would talk, explore their own bodies, and masturbate together. She hosted a public access cable television program in New York City in the early 80’s, and conducted her workshop – a dozen or so nude women discussing and practicing masturbation – on TV. Her website called “Betty Dodson’s Genital Gallery” shows many films of masturbation and intercourse, with close-up views of genitals.

Susie Bright Podcast
Betty Dodson Blog


Betty Dodson 1
Alleee 1
The Three Haircuts * You are so Rare to Me
Betty Dodson 2
James Last * Winchester Cathedral
Norel Pref * Adam Adam Eve Eve
Betty Dodson 3
Theme From Star Trek
Mr. F. Le Mur * PR Gnus 1
Betty Dodson 4
Ray Anthony Orchestra * Rock
Bran Flakes * Buttermilk
Brigid Polk (Berlin) discussing amphetamines
Betty Dodson 5
How to Bongo
Jerry Williams and the Violents * Just the Same
Betty Dodson 6
Ennio Morricone * Under Wah Wah
Mr. F Le Mur * PR Gnus 2
Betty Dodson 7
Pierre Henry * Teen Tonic
Norel Pref * Adolescence is Growing
Betty Dodson 8
Jokers’ Wild * Rock Prize 2
Jan Turkenburgh * Laboratory Dance
Betty Dodson 9
Tic Tac Dough * Prize Music Montage
Patsy Kelly * Vibrato
Betty Dodson 10


Mondo Diablo Episode 296: Flame Wars with Francois

February 2, 2011

This week, Francois takes over and rightly so, for this episode belongs to . The gentleman blogger describes to us how Star Wars in superior to Star Trek in every way. Now, before you send ME hate mail, let me tell you that this podcast is full of the hatemail Mr. Blogger gets. It brings out the child, the dreamer and the racist in these guys. Not that I agree about Star Wars, but I just don’t care enough. I’m a girl.

Franc 1
Imperial March on Jew’s Harp
The Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack – The Imperial March… FUNKIFIED!
Hatemail 1
DJ Zebra & Bagad de Carhaix – The Imperial March Da funk (Live @ Panoramas 2009)
Aruto Snow- Imperial March on Alto Flute
Hatemail 2
Richard Cheese- Imperial March
Vitamin String Quartet- Imperial March
Hatemail 3
Rage Against the Machine- Imperial March
Kuricorder Quartet- Imperial March
Hatemail 4
Aphex Twins- Imperial March (abridged)
Hatemail 5
Imperial March on trumpet
Metallica- Imperial March
Hatemail 6
Imperial March on Mario Paint Composer 2.0
Imperial March on ukelele
Hatemail 7
“The Hersh”- Imperial March on piano
Imperial March Hardtrance (Hardstyle RMX)
Hatemail 8
Imperial March techno remix (abridged)
All Your Bass- Imperial March
Franc 2