History Music / TwinOfTwins

30th Aug '17 8:41:48 AM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1, 2 and 3, which are pretty hard to find outside of [=YouTube=], are very different from the rest of the series. The first two volumes run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), and feature Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2; and while Volume 3 breaks the formula by being set at Ian's house (against his wishes), he's still the ''de facto'' lead character. Also, there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere in these three volumes, nor is there any musical interlude at any point. As well, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase, (that comes up in Volume 2).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1, 2 and 3, which are pretty hard to find outside of [=YouTube=], are very different from the rest of the series. The first two volumes run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), and feature Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2; and while Volume 3 breaks the formula by being set at Ian's house (against his wishes), he's still the ''de facto'' lead character. Also, there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere in these three volumes, nor is there any musical interlude at any point. As well, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase, catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).
30th Aug '17 8:41:18 AM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1, 2 and 3, which are pretty hard to find outside of [=YouTube=], are very different from the rest of the series. The first two volumes run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), and feature Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2; and while Volume 3 breaks the formula by being set at Ian's house (against his wishes), he's still the ''de facto'' lead character. Also, there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere in these three volumes, nor is there any musical interlude at any point. As well, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1, 2 and 3, which are pretty hard to find outside of [=YouTube=], are very different from the rest of the series. The first two volumes run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), and feature Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2; and while Volume 3 breaks the formula by being set at Ian's house (against his wishes), he's still the ''de facto'' lead character. Also, there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere in these three volumes, nor is there any musical interlude at any point. As well, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase catch-phrase, (that comes up in Volume 2).
30th Aug '17 8:35:53 AM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1 and 2, which run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude. Also, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volumes 1 1, 2 and 2, 3, which are pretty hard to find outside of [=YouTube=], are very different from the rest of the series. The first two volumes run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including one brief commercial break in each), features and feature Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2, 2; and while Volume 3 breaks the formula by being set at Ian's house (against his wishes), he's still the ''de facto'' lead character. Also, there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, anywhere in these three volumes, nor is there any musical interlude. Also, interlude at any point. As well, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).



** In Volumes 1 and 2, Ian himself displays disdain for Rastafarians.

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** In Volumes 1 1, 2 and 2, 3, Ian himself displays disdain for Rastafarians.
29th Aug '17 8:13:52 PM JusticeReaper
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* DropInCharacter: In Volume 3, Bob and a couple of other previous guests invite themselves to Ian's house for Sunday dinner. Ian isn't amused.
29th Aug '17 7:56:37 PM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volume 1, which runs at a little over 12 minutes' length (including a brief commercial break), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude. Also, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volume 1, Volumes 1 and 2, which runs run at a little over 12 to 15 minutes' length (including a one brief commercial break), break in each), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton, Banton in Volume 1 and Bob and Bounty Killer in Volume 2, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude. Also, in Volume 1, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).
29th Aug '17 7:49:04 PM JusticeReaper
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29th Aug '17 7:43:41 PM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volume 1, which runs at a little over 12 minutes' length (including a brief commercial break), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volume 1, which runs at a little over 12 minutes' length (including a brief commercial break), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude. Also, Ian makes absolutely NO mention of his "being very intelligent" catch-phrase (that comes up in Volume 2).



** In Volume 1, Ian himself displays disdain for Rastafarians.

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** In Volume 1, Volumes 1 and 2, Ian himself displays disdain for Rastafarians.
29th Aug '17 7:34:11 PM JusticeReaper
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Volume 1, which runs at a little over 12 minutes' length (including a brief commercial break), features Ian being in full control of the radio program, only interviewing Bob and Buju Banton, and there's no sign of Mr. Muta anywhere, nor is there any musical interlude.
29th Aug '17 7:30:47 PM JusticeReaper
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--> [[spoiler:'''Dear Pastor''':]] [[spoiler:We Christians f--- too, you know.]]]]

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--> [[spoiler:'''Dear Pastor''':]] [[spoiler:We Christians f--- f*ck too, you know.]]]]]]
29th Aug '17 7:26:40 PM JusticeReaper
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* FantasticRacism: George W., an {{Expy}} of then-U.S. president George W. Bush, is accused of this by Muta. George W.'s attempts to deny this really don't help.

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* FantasticRacism: FantasticRacism:
** In Volume 1, Ian himself displays disdain for Rastafarians.
--> '''Ian:''' Rastas cannot read, and they seem to be vulgar and violent!
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George W., an {{Expy}} of then-U.S. president George W. Bush, is accused of this by Muta. George W.'s attempts to deny this really don't help.
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