Monthly Archives: September 2006

Show #67 (Interview): American Hardcore Punk 1980-1986

We talk to Producer/Writer Steve Blush and Director Paul Rachman about their film, American Hardcore: The History of American Punk Rock 1980-1986. MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl | Host: RU Sirius | Gang of Three … Continue reading

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Show #66 (Weekend Edition): The Age of Consent

What should be the age of sexual consent? We build on our interview with Reason editor Tim Cavanaugh to discuss this… errr… touchy topic. MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl | Host: RU Sirius | Gang … Continue reading

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Show #65 (Interview): California, The Altered State

Erik Davis returns to discuss his phenomenal new book (with photographs by Michael Rauner), “The Visionary State: A Journey Through California’s Spiritual Landscape.” Do you think that the weird cults and trippy esoteric philosophies that California is famous for all … Continue reading

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Show #64 (Live Panel): 9/11 – Considering All Claims

In our first live panel discussion, Fred Burks and Joel Schalit join with hosts RU Sirius and Jeff Diehl to discuss whether 9/11 was “an inside job”, and the impact of the movement that insists that it was. Burks publishes … Continue reading

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Show #63 (Weekend Edition): Burning Man Burnout?

This episode of the Weekend Edition builds on a brief clip from a conversation with comedian Will Franken about living with some “burners.” MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl | Host: RU Sirius | Gang of … Continue reading

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RU Sirius Show LIVE! in San Francisco September 10, 2 PM

9/11: Considering All the Claims The producers of The RU Sirius Show bring you 9/11: Considering All the Claims. During this rare, FREE public presentation, you will be able to examine all the issues at one event on Sunday, September … Continue reading

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Show #62 (Interview): Psychedelic Pop/Metal Band “Turn Me On Dead Man”

“A lysergic-drenched sugarcube of sugar sweet rock magic” is how one reviewer described Turn Me On Dead Man’s first CD, “God Bless The Electric Freak.” TMODM’s drummer, Chris, and there manager, Anthony, joined us in the studio to talk about … Continue reading

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