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That's Not Incredible! Podcast Quiz Show Episode

Welcome to the final episode of season one, featuring our first ever That's Not Incredible! Really Not Incredible Quiz Show Fiasco! (based on the Warren Times Police Report), guests for this very special episode include Jen Long, Rachel Rozencrantz Riemer, Emerson Torrey, Prescott Cronin, and Will Schaff. In addition to the quiz show, we play a round of What Gets Your Goat, we get a call-in from Brian Jablonski, listen to a breastfeeding PSA, and we learn to count up to "sleventy." Music for this episode includes a Stan Sobscak remix, the theme from the movie Fletch, and Scientist. 72 minutes long.

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Before we taped the show, guest Prescott Cronin performed a song live in-studio, a cover of Jason Molina's Long Desert Train. He was kind enough to offer it for free download.
On this week's episode of That's Not Incredible!, Haunt the House's Will Houlihan and his son Liam stop by to work out the contract terms for his upcoming album "Rural Introspection Study Group," with Liam acting as his agent. We read the Warren Times Police Report (with sound effects from Whiskey Jim) and we attempt a round of What Gets Your Goat. Emerson Torrey also stops by, Will plays two songs live in-studio, and you'll hear the worst answer ever when a six year old asks "What is a rumor?" 46 minutes long.

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Will has been nice enough to offer the two songs he performed as free mp3 downloads. You can download them here:

Moses (live at Fort Foreclosure)
Bright Star (live at Fort Foreclosure)
On this week's episode of That's Not Incredible!, guest Eric Baylies stops by to talk about his new book "Heroin's Rainbow." We find out what's up with Baylies Band and Bad Motherfucker, our lack of tattoos, his memories of Lincoln Park, and read the Warren Times Police Report. We also discuss the legacy of The Strokes, try to remember who released an album called 'After the Flood,' and recommend our favorite music biographies, including Phil Spector and The Ramones. 62 minutes.

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On this week's episode of That's Not Incredible!, fellow East Bayer Allysen Callery stops by Fort Foreclosure to chat and perform two songs. She talks about her days as a member of the leftist political groups 'Do Not Donut' and the equally innocuous sounding, 'Granola of the Month Club.' We play a round of What Gets My Goat, which triggers a minor flip-out from grizzled curmudgeon Whiskey Jim. Allysen also plays two songs and explains why no one on the show got to enjoy her delicious homemade brownies. 60 minutes long.

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Allysen has graciously allowed us to offer up the two songs from this episode as free downloadable mp3s.

Allysen Callery - Sakonnet (live at Fort Foreclosure)
Allysen Callery - Your Minnesota Sunrise (live at Fort Foreclosure)

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THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE!

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This week's episode of THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE!, titled "FESTERBILT," was recorded live at Gibby's on Market St. We get a visit from JODIE TRELOAR and ERIC SAMPSON! We also read the WARREN TIMES POLICE REPORT, as well as "100 YEARS AGO IN WARREN". Jodie talks about her musical background, being in the musical Gypsy, and her upcoming projects, while Eric talks about his days in Mustache Ride, his current band Coma Coma, and his obsession with the band Festerbilt. Kyle Jackson creeps around for a bit, along with quick check-ins from Erica Smith, Dinner Q Dog, Slick the Dog, and Whiskey Jim. 47 minutes.

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This week's episode of THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE! was recorded live at Circle Jacques and features JEFF THE POSTMAN, PRESCOTT CRONIN, and the editor of the Warren Times Police Report, TED HAYES. Things get very meta, as Ted reads the WARREN TIMES POLICE REPORT and we learn WHAT GETS THEIR GOAT. Also, Jeff the Postman debuts a new poem and discusses what has changed in his life since 'The Postman Speaks' was released. Prescott Cronin handles sound effects and there is a quick drop-by from a grumpy Will Schaff. 42 minutes.

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THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE! episode "NORWAY OR THE HIGHWAY" is now available for download. Recorded live at Dan's Wigwam, this week we welcome Portland, Maine printmaker Kris Johnsen, who talks about life in Portland and helps us with the Warren Times Police Report. We also attempt to listen to submissions from bands and sample some free soundboard apps, but our equipment has other plans. 50 minutes long.

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THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE! episode "CHEESE AND APPLES WITH AMELIA AND PAM!" is now available for download. We pick up a cheese plate from The Cheese Plate, then head over to The Swank Dive to have an informal cheese tasting. We also struggle to remember how we all met and discuss if there are any differences between Shauggy, Saugies, and Soggy. 48 minutes.

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THAT'S NOT INCREDIBLE! episode "SONG SQUIRREL!" is now available for download. Recorded live in the parking lot of Little John's, this week's episode welcomes longtime 75orLess collaborator Jeremy Withers. He explains his early bands, how he ended up in Rhode Island, performing at Bot-con, the genesis of The Inclined and Crotchthrottle, and we trade old-timey Spin Doctors stories. 50 minutes long.

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This week's episode of the That's Not Incredible! podcast, entitled "ON GOLDEN FONZ," features guest MARK ROBERGE of the band SWEET LOVE. Recorded live at Supreme's Ice Cream on Child Street, you'll hear about his early bands and how he ended up in Sweet Love. Also, Mark explains 'clowning' and we have an extended discussion about the show Happy Days. 50 minutes long.

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