LN #160 – Monumentally Inappropriate

Podfather Randy Wang, from The Pretty Good Podcast, saves Langdon’s life (almost not quite literally) and the entire Crew is together and celebrating for this holiday episode; hear all about Adam Ill, from The Potcast, and his surprise appearance (and live rapping!) at the Raging Peanuts’ CD release party that was held at the world famous Viper Room last week, and the open dare to Manny Bluntz; Mary’s YouTube account is revoked (probably because of Langdon Nation – “Black People Suck!”), Langdon is “molested” by a fellow Crew member, and Alfie drops a blush-worthy bomb on the group; there’s also the premiere of a brand new Peanuts’ song, “Laundry,” ¬†Adopt-A-Dot, and some “monumentally” inappropriate humor that has the gang saying, “We might be going to hell!”

The new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memoiral in Washington, D.C.

 

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LN #100 – PaDOW!

It’s a party in your pants as Langdon and the Crew celebrate thier 100th podcast with this wacky retrospective (and wildly interactive) episode; theres Will Ferrell, hard cocks, and the origin of a bizarre love triangle that gets acted out in the studio, complete with musical score; we all look back at our favorite (and most embarrassing) moments and guests, including the one who simultaneously turned Langdon on and gave Corey hysterical blindness; there’s breaking news in this episode, too, as radio beauty, Crysta Garner, challenges the entertainment industry to take her on – and she wants to take Langdon along with her; there are shout outs and thank yous to members of the Nation (wish we could have mentioned you all!), plus an amazing 100th Episode Anthum from the Peanuts and¬† clips from the very first podcast with Randy Wang, Gina Grad, Vargus Mason and…POP!

 

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LN # 57 – Bang Tang

 

Wu Tang Clan’s powerful family has spawned another generation of skilled rappers, including the compilation “Pollen” and the group “Yellow Jacketz;” front-man Supreme drops into the TajMahoney to talk about the Wu Tang Clan, his new album, “Wu Tang Killa Beez,” and to rap live with us (and show Double D some dirty pictures!); musician and producer (and Langdon’s next bodyguard?) Selepri joins the melee, which also features Antoine Dodson of YouTube fame – “They rapin’ yo husbands!” – and a brand new hysterical song from Cory, “Skinny Jeans” in this, our longest episode to date; and, no, that’s not racist!

 

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