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The Super Candid Podcast

Christian Media for people who hate Christian Media.

April 15th, 2007

Episode Four - Time Changer @ 09:29 am

Episode Four is up! This week we tackled 'Time Changer', about a bible professor in the year 1890 who travels through time to the year 2000 and is SHOCKED by what he finds!

And also, music, movie news and more.

We did this episode in one shot, so we ramble like crazy, but you try explaining what the heck 'Time Changer' is about!

I'll post the full episode here very soon, but it's already available at http://www.supercandid.libsyn.com and http://www.myspace.com/thesupercandidpodcast. It seemed all messed up when I tried to get iTunes to download it. Can one of our iTunes subscribers please let me know if it downloads correctly?



March 30th, 2007

Episode Three - The Nativity Story @ 09:48 pm


Episode Three is up!

You can get it at all the same places you got the last two... I'll post it on imeem.com/here very soon...

In the meantime, here's the full versions of the intro and outro songs we used for this episode!



March 18th, 2007

(no subject) @ 11:23 am

It works! Thanks mystery listener!


March 17th, 2007

Musics @ 08:59 pm


Alright, here's the two tracks we played on Episode Two, in their entirety. Hope you enjoy them... Stephen the Levite certainly has a lot to say! I'll probably create a playlist of all the SuperCandid tracks, and embed it in here somewhere!




A song that I REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY want everyone to hear, but it's not available as a download, or on any album and I wouldn't even know how to steal it anyway is 'You Look Like a Robot' by Fielding. I would love to tack it onto a future episode, but I guess I'll have to wait for them to officially release it! You can hear the demo at: http://www.myspace.com/fielding

Fielding is not necessarily a 'Christian' band, but they are fronted by Eric B.(formerly of Plankeye) and his wife Beth. Great band!

March 16th, 2007

Episode Two - Hangman's Curse @ 04:39 pm


Episode Two is up!

We fumble through 'Hangman's Curse' this week, a teen-aimed horror/mystery film based on a Frank Peretti novel.

Again, you can get it from iTunes by searching 'supercandid' in the iTunes store.





Thanks to dj_jonny_flash for saving me multiple times as I lost my train of thought.


I'm going to try and get a survey up this week, as well as complete versions of the song clips we played. It was a slow news week, so we'll try and balance it with some tangible products!

March 10th, 2007

(no subject) @ 06:13 pm

Current Music: Local H

The embedded player is up on our MySpace right now! Because I'm dumb, I can't get it to work with livejournal yet.

Either way... go check it out! and friend us and spread the word and etc.

i never thought i'd take the role of those annoying crappy bands that spam everyone, but here we are!

March 9th, 2007

(no subject) @ 08:45 am


Ok, NOW we're on iTunes. Search podcasts for SuperCandid... One word.

Thanks for the feedback... both of you. I think we've settled on bi-weekly, so expect Episode 2 up and running next friday.

March 7th, 2007

Sick of being sick @ 11:24 am


We're on iTunes now in a couple hours.   To subscribe, click the link below:

Super Candid on iTunes!

Or, if you're like me, and these iTunes links never work, then just search in the iTunes store under Super Candid. 

March 5th, 2007

Welcome to the Super Candid Podcast! @ 08:44 pm


Download the Super Candid Podcast Feed!

Our first episode is live over at our hosting site, Super Candid @ Liberated Syndication. Most of the main podcast news will be here, but since Livejournal requires podcast hosting to be done via voice posts and we don't feel like going to the trouble of making conference calls to record our podcast. Althought,that doesn't sound like such a bad idea, since I could then record my podcast from work, and theoretically get paid to be a podcaster. Or, even better, record my podcast from the john, which would continue my experiments to prove that combining any activity with sitting on the toilet makes both activities more enjoyable.

Anyway, in our first episode we talk about Facing the Giants, new Christian music, Chrisitan art in general. It strikes me that we don't really get into why we don't like Christian art, but maybe on a future episode. For now we're going to try doing one episode a week, which I think is good discipline for us to get used to. This next week we were supposed to watch End of the Spear, but apparently Don's copy is loaned away to God only knows who, so we'll be watching The Hangman's Curse instead.  I loved the first From Dusk Till Dawn, so this prequel should be awesome.  Plus, it has Danny Trejo in it!  Uh.. wait a sec.

Hmm...Frank Peretti. Sort of the Christian Stephen King, except to be fair to the quality of King's work, he's really like more of a Christian Dan Brown. Back in the day I loved his early books, especially This Present Darkness, but I'm not sure how well they would hold up if I read them again. His later books bored the crap out of me, although his young adventure series, The Cooper Kids I think it was called, was an enjoyable semi-Christian Indiana Jones rip-off. I do think that if I ever re-read Piercing the Darkness I wouldn't be so bothered by the dig on George Lucas towards the end of the book. At the time I read it, 1994 or so, that was akin to blasphemy. A one or two line reference that nearly ruined the books. Now...well, let me put it this way: The idea of George Lucas spreading demonic ideas through secret messages in the Star Wars trilogy is less offensive to me than the idea of Greedo shooting first.

Love, joy and peace!

March 2nd, 2007

(no subject) @ 01:51 pm

Current Music: TheBlast.FM

Welcome to The SuperCandid Podcast!

We just recorded the first episode, which should be up shortly.

Expect more frequent news and updates to come soon.

- Don and Jon

The Super Candid Podcast

Christian Media for people who hate Christian Media.