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Re: Prog'opolis
« Reply #30 on: June 17, 2007, 05:17:56 pm »
The forces of nature and the demons of technology have conspired against us and have brought Prog'opolis to its knees. Last night our computer suffered what has been diagnosed as terminal failure, leaving us unable to broadcast and jeopardizing the future of Prog'opolis itself. Daisy Jane and I have resolved ourselves to work as dilligently as possible to regain all that was lost in time to bring you episode #80 of Prog'opolis, and will keep you all informed with weekly updates. If you see Bill Gates, bitch-slap him for us.

Otherwise feel free to listen to the most recent archive of the show from June 2nd:
http://www.thedividingline.com/p

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« Reply #31 on: June 30, 2007, 10:50:14 am »
A short time ago, on an internet radio station far, far away...

 

It is a period of technological uncertainty. Rebel DJ's,

broadcasting from a hidden studio deep in the badlands

of Utah, have won their first victory against the evil

Microsoft Empire.

 

During the battle, Dividing Line spies managed to concoct

a workaround to keep Prog'opolis broadcasting, all the while

working to thwart the Empire's ultimate weapon, the Blue Screen

of Death Star--a mysterious force with enough power to destroy

an entire computer.

 

Pursued by the Empire's sinister agents (who frequently disguise

themselves as software and hardware malfunctions), Princess Daisy

races to the local SmartTech aboard her little red Corvette,

custodian of the secret plan that can save her listeners

and restore Prog'opolis to the internet...

 

TO BE CONTINUED...

UNTIL THEN, PLEASE TUNE IN TONIGHT AT THE REGULARLY SCHEDULED TIME FOR A VERY SPECIAL BEST-OF EPISODE OF "PROG'OPOLIS". TONIGHT'S FEATURED SHOW: "EPISODE XIX - THE ROAR OF P4" (aka The Show That Damn Near Caused A Riot). Originally aired July 2, 2005.
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« Reply #32 on: July 04, 2007, 09:14:36 am »
Get down with your patriotic selves and celebrate the 4th of July in style with the latest best-of episode of "Prog'opolis".

Be the envy of your friends and neighbors by kicking the day off in style like only Jimi Hendrix could do, with his classic rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner". Chase away unwanted guests with the hour-long Crimson Connection featuring Projekct 4! There's a song for every situation! Guaranteed to be the best 3 hours of listening you've done all day!

Download the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/archives/parchive.ogg
Stream the show: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
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« Reply #33 on: July 14, 2007, 09:47:08 am »
It's hard to believe it's already been a year since the death of Pink Floyd founder and legendary genius Syd Barrett. In memory of his passing, we proudly present a very special best-of episode of "Progopolis" (original broadcast date 7/15/2006). The show features an hour-long tribute to the life and career of Syd Barrett in the words of the man himself, and the people who knew him. Download the show now, or tune in tonight at 7pm Pacific to hear the re-broadcast of what still stands as one of the finest moments this ole internet radio show has ever known.

Check out the playlist: http://www.thedividingline.com/p
Stream the archive: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.pls
Download the whole damn thing: http://www.thedividingline.com/parchive.ogg

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P.S. Vince and Daisy will be back with a BRAND NEW episode of "Progopolis" on Saturday, July 28--just in time to celebrate their third anniversary with The Dividing Line. Oh, please do come.
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« Reply #34 on: July 30, 2007, 03:55:29 am »
Your bi-monthly episode of Prog'opolis is now available for download at http://www.thedividingline.com/p. The show was dedicated to the memory of our friend and fellow DJ David Plummer, who passed away last week at the age of 48. He will be missed, but not forgotten.

Prog'opolis Episode #80
July 28, 2007
 
King Crimson - Requiem (6:34) In memory of DaveP
Prog'opolis Show Intro (1:55)
Bozzio Levin Stevens - Chaos/Control (8:49)

Toy Matinee - Last Plane Out (5:13)
Blackfield - Cloudy Now (3:34)
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World (3:57)

Ozric Tentacles - Splat! (8:59) REQUEST
Particle - 7 Minutes Til Radio Darkness Part 1 (1:47)
Particle - 7 Minutes Til Radio Darkness Part 2 (2:30)
Van Der Graaf Generator - Lost (11:17)

Rush - Time Stand Still (5:08) For DaveP
Oceansize - You Wish (6:00) REQUEST
Robert Fripp - Exposure (4:26)
King Crimson - Thela Hun Ginjeet (6:25) REQUEST
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention - Help I'm a Rock (4:43)

Camel - Song Within A Song (7:14)
Camel - Never Let Go (6:25)
Camel - Spirit Of The Water (2:07)
Kate Bush - Mrs. Bartolozzi (5:58)
OSI - All Gone Now (5:15) REQUEST

Eloy - Incarnation of The Logos (8:27)
Queen - Killer Queen (3:00)
Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso - La Conquista Della Posizione Eretta (8:41) REQUEST
Genesis - Blood on The Rooftops (5:28)
Imogene - Happy Communing (2:46)
Riverside - Stuck Between (3:56)
Happy The Man - Carousel (4:08) REQUEST
Adrian Belew - Matte Kudasai (2:18)

Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual (1:59)
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« Reply #35 on: August 12, 2007, 03:50:03 pm »
Due to a mild case of Captain Tripps, Vince and Daisy had to call in sick for their regularly scheduled show this week. In their absence, The Dividing Line Broadcast Network is proud to present the following best-of episode of "Prog’opolis” from the golden oldie archives. Originally aired March 18, 2006 (and what a year THAT was, children!) this is the show that was subtitled “The Almost-Darwin Award”. Those of you too young to have listened live will simply have hear for yourselves to understand, and those of us old enough to remember will laugh like we did in years of old. The following news story was published in the days preceding the show, and provides a peek into the awe-inspiring story behind Episode 53.

INTERNET RADIO HOST NARROWLY ESCAPES DARWIN AWARD WIN

(SALT LAKE CITY, UT)
"In retrospect, locking the house key inside the house was our first mistake," Vince Font, co-host of the internet radio show "Prog'opolis", said at a press conference early Sunday morning. "We were forced to break into our own house and it was all downhill from there."

Font and his wife Daisy Jane were unable to gain access to their Salt Lake City home Friday night due to a malfunctioning garage door opener. After realizing they had left their one and only key inside the house, the couple was forced to take measures into their own hands--with comedic and near tragic results.

"By the time we got the ladder from my mom's house it was raining outside," Daisy Jane, co-host with Font of their wildly popular internet radio show, stated. "I would have offered to climb the ladder myself but I didn't want the neighborhood peeking up my skirt. They all want me."

Font, 36, managed to pry open a window but slipped as he was readjusting his enormous mass and sailed headlong into the couple's split-level dwelling. Witnesses claim to have heard the crash up to a quarter mile away. The extent of his injuries were unconfirmed at the time of this report, but Font appeared to be limping as he approached reporters for the press conference.

"We're just lucky he didn't earn a Darwin Award in the process," said Daisy, referring to the honor given people who supposedly improve the human gene pool by removing themselves from it in a spectacularly stupid manner, and with a flippant eyeroll added, "but there's still plenty of time for that."

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« Reply #36 on: August 27, 2007, 05:55:34 am »
Prog'opolis #81 is ready for your listening pleasure!

This week's show features:

* Nick Drake "Family Tree" special
* Music by King L and Jabba's Palace Band
* Special message from DJ Stevie Wayne of KAB
* Our first celebrity request

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PROG'OPOLIS - Episode #81

8/25/2007

 

King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic Part II (6:08)

 

King L - Greedy (4:43)

Steven Wilson - Prog'opolis (0:03)

Porcupine Tree - Nine Cats (3:54)

Genesis - The Return of the Giant Hogweed (8:06)

Stevie Wayne - Ahoy, Maties (0:04)

Jabba's Palace Band - Lapti Nek (2:50)

Adrian Belew - Welcome to Prog'opolis (0:02)

Adrian Belew - Adidas in Heat (2:47)

 

King Crimson - Frame By Frame (4:54) REQUEST

Tony Levin - Utopia (6:16)

Asia - Don't Cry (3:35)

 

Nick Drake's "Family Tree"

Nick Drake - Pink Moon (1:49)

Nick Drake - Fly (2:55)

Nick Drake - One Of These Things First (4:47)

Nick Drake - Strange Meeting II (4:12)

Nick Drake - Hazey Jane I (4:26)

 

Fractal - Aftermath (9:05)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Living Sin (3:13)

 

RPWL - Roses (6:20)

Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight (6:44)

Marillion - Kayleigh (3:52)

Prog'opolis - The Spider Incident (1:00)

Kansas - The Spider (2:03)

 

King Crimson - Trio (5:23) REQUEST

King Crimson - Starless (12:10) REQUEST

Joe Griffin - Prog'opolis (0:03)

Donny Who Loved Bowling - Eczema Bop (4:21)

 

Neil Young - Broken Arrow (5:58)

Anekdoten - Seljak (5:10) REQUEST

 

Genesis - Entangled (6:32)
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« Reply #37 on: September 09, 2007, 06:23:30 pm »
Prog'opolis #82 is now available for your listening pleasure.
Check it out at http://www.thedividingline.com/p

Show highlights:
* Music from the Steven Wilson project I.E.M.
* Burton Gilliam sings "The Camp Town Ladies".
* Music by Transister. http://www.myspace.com/transisterofficial
* The top 14 rejected slogans for beer.
* Your bi-monthly fix of all things Crimson (of course).

...And much, much more!

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« Reply #38 on: September 23, 2007, 12:27:26 pm »
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) stated early Sunday that a recent adjustment to the atomic clock would require the citizens of the world to set their clocks ahead 2.6 seconds. They also announced the official time to download the latest episode of PROGOPOLIS as "immediately", and warned failure to do so could result in irreparable damage to time-pieces everywhere due to the coalescence of cold atoms in atomic fountains. For further information go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p and select STREAM or DOWNLOAD options.

Show highlights include:
* New show segment "Sod The Neighbours"
* Discover the amazing King L
* News of the weird with "The Momentary Dementia News"
* Miss Teen South Carolina performs a duet with iQ
* Adrian Belew turns water into wine

PROGOPOLIS: Episode #83
9/22/2007
 
Robert Fripp - You Burn Me Up I'm A Cigarette (2:23)
 
Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (4:29)
Primus - John the Fisherman (Live) (3:54)
Genesis - Turn It On Again (featuring Shawn Bishop) (3:46)
King Crimson - I Talk To The Wind (6:06)
Blackfield - Epidemic (4:59)
 
Particle - Sun Mar 11 (10:39)
Erik from Variant - Punk Rocker (0:13)
Variant - Going (7:00)
Pink Floyd - Welcome to The Machine (7:33)
 
** NEW SHOW SEGMENT: "Sod The Neighbours" **
Toy Dolls - Sod the Neighbours (2:15)
 
David Gilmour - All Lovers Are Deranged (3:14)
John Galgano - Dince and Vaisy (0:07)
IZZ - Double Bass (2:23)
iQ - iQ (featuring Miss Teen South Carolina) (7:23)
Camel - Air Born (5:02)
Alistair Henry - Momentary Dementia News (6:41)
Bill Bruford - Five G (4:46)
 
John Wesley - Always Be (5:41)
Marillion - No Such Thing (3:58)
King L - That's How It Works (5:17)
Frank Zappa - Fembot in a Wet T-Shirt (4:44)
Frank Zappa - On the Bus (4:19)
Frank Zappa - Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? (2:35)
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part 1 (Live) (7:48)
Adrian Belew - Welcome to Progopolis (0:05)
Adrian Belew - Water Turns to Wine (3:46)
 
Danny Wilson - Mary's Prayer (3:54)
Steven Wilson - Progopolis (0:06)
Porcupine Tree - Space Transmission (2:59)
Porcupine Tree - Halo (4:38)
The Sad Song Co - Domestic Drama (10:15)

Don Nelson - Nola's Bounce (6:25)
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« Reply #39 on: September 30, 2007, 04:21:17 pm »
DIVIDING LINE DJ REVEALED AS UNIVERSITY TASER VICTIM

The man who was zapped into the national spotlight recently for being tasered by University of Florida police during an appearance by former Presidential candidate John Kerry has been identified as Vince Font, 37, co-host of the internet radio show "Progopolis". Early reports, which identified the man as a 21-year-old University student, have been discredited. Font was tasered again during a recent live broadcast of "Progopolis" by his wife and co-host, in which he was heard to scream the now famous words "Don't tase me bro!" moments before the electric shock was applied. It wasn't until the broadcast gained the attention of Florida police that they realized the wrong man had been taken into custody. Font and his wife Daisy, who broadcast out of Vancouver, could not be reached for comment. The incident has propelled "Progopolis", a 3-hour Saturday night internet radio show dedicated to the genre of progressive rock, into the international spotlight. The recent on-air incident occurred at 56:50 into the broadcast and can be heard by downloading the show at http://www.thedividingline.com/p


PROGOPOLIS: Episode #84
9/29/2007

Airbag - Feeling Less (5:18)

King Crimson - Drop In (4:50)
William Shatner - I Wanna Sex You Up (:43)
Riverside - 02 Panic Room (3:53)
Yes - Survival (6:17)
Airbag - Safe Like You (7:50)

Porcupine Tree - Cheating the Polygraph (6:50)
**THE TASER INCIDENT**

Fractal - Rave7 (3:42)
Christopher Petkus - Flight of the Cree-Cree Bird (:31)
David Cross (featuring Peter Hammill) - Tonk (3:40)

*** "Sod The Neighbours" ***
Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy (4:06)

King L - The Dumbest Story (3:25)
Marillion - The Answering Machine (3:42)
Pink Floyd - Us and Them (7:15)
David Sylvian - Nostalgia (5:34)
Genesis - No Reply At All (4:35)

King Crimson - One More Red Nightmare (6:55)
Allstar Henry - The Momentary Dementia News (7:10)
Carl Palmer - Tank (5:10)
Joe Griffin - Never The Dawn (3:34)
Henry Cow - Teenbeat Reprise (4:55)

The Doors - Riders on the Storm (6:45)
King Crimson - Three of a Perfect Pair *live* (3:56)
The Wishing Tree - Empire of Lies (5:26)
Variant - Deeds (6:07)
Toy Dolls - Nellie the Elephant (3:25)

Airbag - Sounds That I Hear, Part I (2:08)
Airbag - Sounds That I Hear, Part II (7:47)
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« Reply #40 on: October 14, 2007, 11:48:57 am »
They said it couldn't be done, but this week your flexible and talented hosts Vince and Daisy put forth with a solid 180 minutes of Tony Levin and related material, all in celebration of Papa Bear's brand new album "Stick Man". This show is an absolute must-listen for any self respecting prog fans!

In this week's episode:
* Premiere of Tony Levin's new CD "Stick Man" www.tonylevin.com
* Liquid Trio Experiment's "Spontaneous Combustion" www.magnacarta.net
* BPM&M's "ExtraKcts and ArtifaKcts"
* Another fun-filled installment of "Sod The Neighbours"
* And more...

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« Reply #41 on: October 21, 2007, 05:03:11 pm »
On this week's special "40 Years of Floyd" episode:
* Celebrate the 40th anniversary of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn"
* Hear two incredible covers by indie bands Airbag and Donny Who Loved Bowling
* Roger Waters unleashes his fury
* Tiny Tim performs "Another Brick in the Wall"
* And more...

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PROG'OPOLIS: Episode #86
10/20/2007

Pink Floyd - Have a Cigar (5:06)

Pink Floyd w/Bob Geldof - In the Flesh / The Thin Ice (3:11)
Pink Floyd - Roger Gets Upset (1:32)
Pink Floyd - Pigs on the Wing Part One (1:22)
Pink Floyd - Dogs (16:59)
Pink Floyd - Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk (3:00)

Airbag - Arnold Layne (7:41)
Pink Floyd - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun *live* (9:08)
Davo's Prog Taxi - Prog'opolis Lessons (0:09)
David Gilmour - Until We Sleep (5:15)

Pink Floyd - One of These Days *live* (5:14) REQUEST
Donny Who Loved Bowling - Late Night (3:54)
Pink Floyd - Time (6:42)
Pink Floyd - On the Turning Away (5:37)
Pink Floyd - Roger Gets Upset Again (0:29)
Pink Floyd - Bike (3:24) REQUEST

Tiny Tim - Another Brick in the Wall (4:22)
Pink Floyd - Astronomy Domine (4:06)
Pink Floyd - Echoes (16:23)
Pink Floyd - If (4:24) REQUEST

Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell (4:05) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - One Slip (4:30)
A Chill Out Tribute to Pink Floyd - Sheep (9:19)
Sparklehorse w/Thom Yorke - Wish You Were Here (6:51)
Pink Floyd - The Great Gig in the Sky (4:34)
Pink Floyd - Hey You (4:35)
Pink Floyd - Vera (1:28)
Pink Floyd - Let There Be More Light (5:34)
Pink Floyd - Empty Spaces *movie version* (4:47)

Pink Floyd - Pigs (Three Different Ones) (11:14) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - Cymbaline (4:44) REQUEST
Pink Floyd - When the Tigers Broke Free (3:37) REQUEST

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (5:19)
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« Reply #42 on: November 12, 2007, 09:12:53 pm »
PROG'OPOLIS: Episode #87
11/10/2007

Just in time to rescue your Sunday afternoon from the brink of absolute gloom, we bring you episode number 87 of your favorite internet radio show. In this episode...

* Tales of earthquakes and debauchery
* Daisy's pornographic hangman
* New music from Airbag www.airbagsound.com
* Adrian Belew's introduction to Prog'opolis
* A Veteran's Day dedication from iQ
And more...

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« Reply #43 on: November 25, 2007, 08:41:55 pm »
Episode #88 of Prog'opolis is in the books and available for download now. In this episode we made the exciting announcement that the show is now being offered in podcast form. Go to http://www.thedividingline.com/p for more info on how you can get this week's show (as well as a few repeat "best of" episodes) in mp3 format! Also on this week's show...

* Robert Fripp and Adrian Belew's "ProjeKct Six" www.dgmlive.com
* New music from Norwegian prog rockers Airbag www.airbagsound.com
* More new music from Riverside and American proggers Azureth

And oh, so much more.

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« Reply #44 on: December 10, 2007, 08:14:34 pm »
A special 3-hour Crimson Connection. You read that right. Those of you hungering for the good old days when "The Crimson Connection" was a regular weekly feature on Prog'opolis should be licking your lips right about now. And if you're smart, heading over to http://www.thedividingline.com/p to download the show archive. We even gave you a taste of Adrian Belew's brand new live album "Side Four" to get you in the mood for our upcoming December 22 all-Belew special. So kick your spirit into high gear with what we like to call A Very Crimson Christmas. It only comes around once a year, so get it while it lasts!

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