Podcasts September 7, 2008

Stretchlinks Podcast #4: “Wally’s Got The Phone”

by Stretchlinks

It’s Episode 4 of the Stretchlnks Podcast entitled, Wally’s Got The Phone. More tingly fun from Heinous and Wonkles the comedy music duo, The Stretchlinks. Wander through the turnstyle of their ghost story classic, Charlotte The Dunk Tank Girl. Delight in Don’t Touch That Feces bellowing as we learn the dangers of magicians and balloon twisters. From the mailbag hear why even journalistic raves kept the Links hiding under fame’s notorious rock of obscurity. And don’t forget to be delighted by this weeks rare Nugget Of Wonderness, Wally’s Got The Phone. PLAY HERE

Comments 11
  • I weep openly at the tragic poignancy expressed in this episode…

  • We apologize for your tears (as they are messy and can soil clothing) but knowing they may be tears of joy we are deeply moved. Thanks!

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  • I just wanna say I love listening to you guys. You’re the “Click and Clack” or pod casts.
    Now after listening to the latest podcast, I see those freaking “Hostess Fruit Pies” with the Fruit pie the magician EVERYWHERE!

    Hey, where can I get a copy of the “Dunk tank Sessions”?

    Thanks,
    Paul Winter

  • Paul,
    Thank you for the Click and Clack nod. We are brushing up on our auto repair knowledge so that soon we can go head to head with those NPR dudes! Sorry for polluting your brain with Hostess Fruit Pies, but we really have no return policy on the Stretchlinks’ user experience. DTS is on the way with other fine Links tunage. We are stoking the digital furnaces now to get our music out to the hungry. Thanks for your questions!

  • James,
    We are spreading our seed wherever they will take us. Thanks!

  • Hey Links,
    I love these podcasts !!! They bring back many warm memories of San Fran and many great thanksgivings spent laughing till my sides ached!! I think my original tape of the dunk tank sessions wore out in my Honda civic 17 years and 4 kids ago!!!
    Hope you both keep up the podcasts!!! I’ll be listening in Boston!!!

  • Dear Kate,
    Thank you for the love. That is just splendid. Sorry that we made your sides ache, though from the sound of it you enjoyed our kind of gut wrenching nonsense. The thought that anyone might actually wear out one of our tapes makes us terribly lightheaded and giddy. Again, a warm stretchy hug for that. Say hello to Boston and the family!

  • Yikes. My cassette copy of dunk tank sessions tanked when hubby stepped on it. Please re-release the tape or at least add You Belong to Me to the list. I spent many an hour listening to it on the Arizona Strip driving between Page AZ and Cedar City UT in my old Pinto wagon. My teens HAVE to hear Mr. Dissonance…

  • Dear Lisa,
    Yikes Indeed! While those space age audio collectors (known as “cassettes”) were all fine and dandy in their day, they have not held up to the tenacious listening habits of Stretheads like yourself. As a result the Links have approached the tech genius’s of Silicon Valley to find out what it might take to remove the magnetic particles from those cassette things you mentioned, put the bits into resealable plastic bags, transport them across state lines and spill them out onto desktops across America. Hope to have this working soon. Re: Teens, agreed, they do need Dissonance as well as Harmony so we will see what we can do on that front. Thanks a whole bunch for your note and please tell your offspring that help is on the way.

  • Dear Kate,
    Thank you for the love. That is just splendid. Sorry that we made your sides ache, though from the sound of it you enjoyed our kind of gut wrenching nonsense. The thought that anyone might actually wear out one of our tapes makes us terribly lightheaded and giddy. Again, a warm stretchy hug for that. Say hello to Boston and the family!

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