1. Podcast Numero Dos


    from Viva Live / Added

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    • Bouncing Souls- "Hopeless Romantic" Krazy Fest 2011


      from Lara Kinne / Added

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      Opening up their set from the final day of Krazy Fest '11.

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      • Bouncing Souls - I Wish That The World (Live)


        from DH Productions LLC / Added

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        The Bouncing Souls performing "I Wish That The World" at the Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia PA during their 20th Anniversary Tour in 2010. Shot and Edited by DH Productions, LLC

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        • The Melismatics "Digging Deep" [HD]


          from justinstaggs@justinstaggs.com / Added

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          Directed by Justin Staggs www.JustinStaggs.com In this "one take" video for the Melismatics, singer Ryan Smith is transporting through a Victorian-style living room on a floating armchair, where the framed artwork comes to life and participates in the song. As this journey takes place, the seasons change and falling leaves and snowflakes materialize in this magical room. By the end of the video, Ryan is transported through parting window curtains, which are in fact stage curtains and he joins his bandmates on a stage to rock-out the final chorus.

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          • Justin Staggs Profile Video


            from Brian Stemmler / Added

            This is a profile video for Music Video Director Justin Staggs. I produced, shot and edited this for Minnewood.com

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            • Punk Rock Holocaust 2 Trailer


              from Backseat Conceptions / Added

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              Set one year after the original movie, the sequel finds the demonic Executioner's headless, undead corpse back on the 2004 Vans Warped Tour looking for its head! The killer's body is tearing the heads off of various band members and sticking them on the jagged spinal cord where his neck used to be, using them to look for his own head. The heads retain the personality of the band member but the body is pure evil and is still carrying out the killings. The estranged heads aren’t on too good and keep falling off. On the tour there is total “Holocaust Denial” as Kevin Lyman and his tour production staff refutes the reports of carnage that happened in the previous year. Meanwhile, the evil Record Executive Belial (once again played by Troma’s Lloyd Kaufman) is on the rampage and on Lyman’s case about the deaths on the tour. One precocious, nubile “Holocaust Survivor” named Meghan has become a reporter for a small independent magazine. She is determined to get to the bottom of the story and reveal the truth to the world. Kevin Lyman is hiding something, but why? And what? The film features live music performances as well as acting performances from some of the top bands of the 2004 and 2005 Warped Tours including The Aquabats, Bouncing Souls, The Casualties, My Chemical Romance, River City Rebels, Riverboat Gamblers, The Planet Smashers, Mr. Dibbs, Teenage Harlets, Shira Girl, Pro BMX Rider Rick Thorne and more!

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              • Back to the Phoebe


                from Astraes Locke / Added

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                This is a claymation for Scott Ryder's 35th Bday based on his cat, Phoebe, who steals his Delorean to go into the distant future to take a nap on Jabba's floor. Unfortunately, Jabba is in no mood to entertain a lazy cat in his palace. His trusted aid, Boba Fett, had just danced provocatively with his personal slave girl, and as we all know, Jabba believes in monogamous relationships since he's an honorable slug. Phoebe arrives just after the slave girl is eaten by the blood-thirsty Rancor. Her plans for a pleasant space-aged nap are thwarted when Jabba fiendishly subjects her to the perils of the pit. He then proceeds to knock Boba Fett into the precipice after ordering him to kick the Delorean in. Being a cat, Phoebe lands on her feet. Her doom seems eminent when the Rancor moves towards her, but the Delorean crushes the unsuspecting Rancor. Shortly after this, Boba Fett falls on top of the bloody heap after his jet pack runs out of fuel. Stunned and angered by Jabba's betrayal, he attempts to shoot his wrist rocket at Phoebe, when Salacious Crum falls haphazardly onto Fett's head. Once again he tries to shoot Phoebe, but Jabba's frog bong decapitates Boba Fett's head from his body and crushes Mr. Crum. By this point Jabba decides to take his wrath out on Phoebe. He gives her the option to choose her destroyer, and being the dumb cat that she is, she accidently blurts out the "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" in Cat-ese. Jabba couldn't be more pleased. He knows that it's extremely difficult to destroy a giant marshmallow, so he feels assured that Phoebe will shortly be extinct. However, Phoebe's years of living with Heidi and Scott (okay, maybe just Scott), have taught her to think quickly in times of peril. She constructs a fire using her explosive flatulence along with some magical wood that is conveniently lying around in the pit/arena . Grabbing a metal poker to skewer Mr. Stay Puft, she begins chasing him around the pit/arena until he finally makes a fatal move, which is when she pounces. The story ends with Stay Puft's head on the metal rod... the remainder of this adventure is unknown, but I'd like to think that once Jabba smelled the roasting marshmallow, he decided to set aside his anger toward Phoebe and join her in the delicious campfire feast. Aside from the primary plot of the story, the credits do have a couple of key components... For one, Jar Jar Binks is bludgeoned to death and rolled up in one of the credits (to be tossed into the Sarlak Pit) and C3PO is squashed by Jabba's fastball credits. The downfall of these two obnoxious characters is definitely essential to any parody movie involving Star Wars characters. If I had more time, I'd probably take a stab at whupping Anikan as well, or at least by making him cry (I'd take away his Twilight movies and he'd really be upset!! haha!--my sister's going to beat me up for this comment).. I hope to have more animated shorts to come... The only problem is that when I get focused on this, I don't want to do anything else (I stayed up over 24 hours two different days working on this. Thank goodness for coffee. Hope everyone enjoys it! Post comments or questions. Story by Astraes Locke and Scott Strzesynski. Art direction and script supervision by Angel and Arista. Creature Creation and Set Design by Angel, Arista, Scott & Caroline Strzesynski, and Astraes Locke. Produced using the PS3 Eye Create with post-production using Macbook Pro with iMovie and Garageband. Film by Hobo Joe Productions in association with Strz-In-My-Pants Productions and Bluestar Entertainment. Special thanks to the makers of Back to the Future, Star Wars and Ghostbusters, without whom, we would never have been inspired to make this movie. Music for Back to the Future was added after the movie was completed. This score is by the John Debney & Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The other rocking songs were "Swagger", by Flogging Molly and "Lean On Sheena" by the Bouncing Souls. Unfortunately, there's not an easy way to line up the sound on the PS3 Eye Create program, so we had originally made this as a "silent film". Then we grew brains and exported it to a flash drive so I could Mac the crap out of it. This is why the beginning title seems a little long---it was drawn out to fit with the Back to the Future music. Titles and Credits were produced by Astraes Locke, with the written acknowledgements by Angel and Arista. Feel free to post you want someone to make a claymation for you. Time involved is EXTREME... this was done over the course of 3 days (72 hours in total).

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                • Dave Hause & Dave House - Gone - Live at The Fighting Cocks, 08/01/11


                  from Everything Sucks TV / Added

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                  Dave Hause from The Loved Ones and Dave House from Pacer performing a cover of Bouncing Souls' 'Gone'

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                  • The 'Budbath Down Under' Encore - Trusty Chords


                    from D.I.Wireless / Added

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                    The Bouncing Souls, Hot Water Music and Dave Hause (The Loved Ones) did the rounds of Australia in December 2010 in a tour coined as 'The Budbath Down Under'. Here is Hot Water's 'Trusty Chords' from the encore of the final show of the tour at The Zoo in Brisbane. It's performed here by 'The Budbath', which is basically members from all the bands on tour at once and featuring Dave Hause on vocals. Get it....Budbath??? Mr Hause was born to sing this fucking song, I think. Watch out for the ol' switcheroo, it's rad. Thanks so much for everything fellas. K8 is Gr8.

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                    • The 'Budbath Down Under' Encore - Wayfarer


                      from D.I.Wireless / Added

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                      The Bouncing Souls, Hot Water Music and Dave Hause (The Loved Ones) did the rounds of Australia in December 2010 in a tour coined as 'The Budbath Down Under'. Here is the song 'Wayfarer' by Hot Water Music from the encore of the final show of the tour at The Zoo in Brisbane. It's performed here by The Bouncing Souls with Chuck Ragan. Fuck yes. By the way the Souls covering this song and HWM covering 'True Believers is available on a 7" at www.chunksaah.com or at least at shows for the next while I think... Thanks fellas...

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