Options The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment: Playlist from June 17, 2005 Options

Each week Ed Shepp and his guests explore a theme plucked randomly from the perfume cloud over Macy's. May include (but is not limited to) talking, music, turkey sounds and eargasmic eclectitude.

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Options June 17, 2005: Celebrity

Show theme: Celebrity My guests for this show were Jason Atkins
Jason Atkins
Paul Dios, or "Paulie Fon," as he's known on his friendster profile.
Paulie Fon

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Ed Shepp  The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment Theme   Options N/A  N/A  2005    It's me theme! 
  The text that opens the first interlude is from "Always Astonished," Selected prose by Fernando Pessoa. Most of the rest was from Star magazine. (Listen: Pop-up)
Madonna  American Life (Listen: Pop-up)   Options American Life  Warner Brothers  2003    (first interlude) Don't you love this cornball song? 
NSYNC  Celebrity (Listen: Pop-up)   Options Celebrity  Jive  2001    (first interlude) 
Ed Shepp  Ed Shepp Exposes Opravion (Listen: Pop-up)   Options   self-released  2005  CD  (second interlude) A song by Tomita plays in the background. 
William Shatner  Has Been (Listen: Pop-up)   Options Has Been  Shout! Factory  2004    (second interlude) Ain't he great? 
Madonna  Substitute for Love (Listen: Pop-up)   Options Ray of Light  Warner Brothers  1998    (second interlude) 
Michael Jackson  Thriller (Listen: Pop-up)   Options Thriller  Sony      (third interlude) Just the beginning, plays under the spoken part before the rap. 
Irene Cara  Fame (Listen: Pop-up)   Options         (third interlude) 
Counting Crows  Mr. Jones (Listen: Pop-up)   Options August and Everything After  Geffen Records  1993    (third interlude) I used to LOVES this album way back in the day. 
  Most of the text in the show came from Star magazine. What issue? Umm, aren't they all the same?

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