Janor Device Radio Tour 1997

by Janor Hypercleats & NCN

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about

Janor Hypercleats, formerly of the Church of the Subgenius, and his appearances on KROB's radio show and The Puzzling Evidence Show on KPFA in Berkeley, Circa 1997.

Also includes Phineas Narco, Hal Robins, Puzzling Evidence, The Shining Path of Least Resistance, KROB, and some 'blasts from the past' outtakes from yesteryear.

This audio release has nothing to do with The Subgenius Foundation. Offered here with Janor Hypercleats' permission with whom proceeds are split.

For more on Subgenius go to www.subgenius.com

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Dislcaimer: This program is wholly a piece of artistic expression put together by Phineas Narco & The National Cynical Network and is meant to be heard in its entirety.

All source material is either remixed, excerpted, or re-contextualized, and is used fairly for the purpose of criticism and commentary of said material as expressed through its uniquely subjective, re-contextualized, and thematically syntopical arrangement.

This program is intended to capture and synthesize the cultural conversation about the subject matter in its media environment at the time of it's creation, as seen through the subjective lens of its creator(s).

This program is not for profit. All proceeds are considered donations supporting this artistic work, and go back to support the expenses of the NCN project.

If you want to make a direct donation to NCN go here:

www.nationalcynical.com/donate

Thank you for listening, and thank you for your support.

credits

released 12 December 2012

Phineas Narco; Janor Hypercleats; Dr. Hal Robins; Puzzling Evidence; The Shining Path of Least Resistance. This was in the year before the original X-Day which Janor and Phineas attended in 1998.

Tracks 9-13 are rare, taped, but broadcast, flashbacks to Janor's days in the band, Doktors 4 "Bob" in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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