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Radio Free Burrito Mixtape: If This Be Sin

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Another mixtape, combining lots of weird and random files I have accumulated over the years, and keep in a folder that’s called “weird and random audio”.

Includes: Telly Savalas being really 70s, some random preacher who is really into UFOs, Asian covers of popular tunes, surf tunes, early punk, Shatner’s balls, Hitchcock, and something that’s Incredible, but True.

I did this more or less live, choosing tracks as I came across them, and adding them to the mix in order, with minimal editing.

This mixtape is 58m22s long and is here as a 31.6MB VBR MP3 or a 49.1MB OGG file.

28 Responses to “Radio Free Burrito Mixtape: If This Be Sin”

  1. Ashley says:

    Thanks, I enjoyed this one.

  2. alan says:

    Hey Wil,
    I’m looking forward to listening to this on my commute tomorrow. Thanks! Al

  3. Mimi says:

    Currently awake at 4 am in Croatia soooo this seems like a good way to spend my jet lag time!

  4. Jamin says:

    Hi Will,
    I haven’t listened to this one yet, but I’ve downloaded it and I’m sure I’ll enjoy it. I’ve really appreciated all of your RFB casts that I’ve caught so far. The fact that you talk about depression so openly really hits me. It’s something I’ve been learning to live with myself (got a depression tattoo and everything xD), but sometimes it’s just too much to explain to those close to me, especially when I’m in the midst of a down swing, clearly the worst time to need to create metaphors for others to understand. I feel very supported, but it means so much to hear someone talk about depression-brain. Thank you for talking, thank you for sharing. I’ll always be waiting for the next cast. Live Long and Rock On

  5. Kalum says:

    Yaaaaay! Love those.

  6. Darcy says:

    Stupid apple doesn’t like the OGG format. -_- guess I’ll have to listen in here instead!!!!! Super excited 🙂

  7. Stephen says:

    Cool! I’ve been looking forward to a new RFB. Love that you’re making it available in OGG format. Gotta love free and open-source!

  8. Peter Green says:

    47:24 Strawberry Switchblade “Since Yesterday” FTW! Only seems like yesterday I was watching this on Top of the Pops with the mandatory crap miming (BBC policy for the show was that the “live” bands were not actually allowed to perform live). Damn, where did the years go… 🙁

    • wil says:

      Awesome! I grabbed that track from the vinyl release of Urgh a music war, which I ripped to my computer, so I can always listen to it in the car.

  9. Omar Metcalf says:

    I couldn’t get it to play, sorry Wil. Shame as Telly Savalas was a cool dude imo. ☹️

  10. Heath says:

    I’m excited that there is a new RFB to listen to. Keep it up!

  11. Seth Reineke says:

    This one isn’t working in Overcast for me. I’ll have to see if I can play it in VLC on an actual computer.

  12. Robert B says:

    This was a lot of fun! Will, I am so happy to hear that you are doing well. I’m a long time fan (ahem… Stand By Me) and really appreciate your work!

  13. Paul D says:

    Can’t seem to comment on the previous episode so commenting on this one instead.
    I thoroughly enjoy your podcast Wil, always brings a smile when my podcatcher indicates a new episode of RFB is waiting to be listened to. Thank you for that – for as long as you’re happy to keep producing them, I (and it looks like many others) will be happy to keep listening! 🙂

  14. Kristian Kjøller says:

    This was a nice break from my usual listening habits, and like always this show shows that you truely are the best podcaster in this galaxy (maybe the univers).

    Tusind tak.

  15. Jennifer Taylor says:

    I’m pretty sure the last time I listened to your podcast you asked folks to post letting you know that they heard you.

    I hear you. I see you. And I enjoy what you do. Keep being you, Wil. You’re awesome.

  16. John Base says:

    Wil, I hear you.. each and every time I see that a new episode is recorded, it makes my day. I savor them. Keep doing what you are doing – we will keep listening. (And you inspired me and my friends to start an actual-play podcast).

  17. Carl Setzer says:

    I loved this delightful quirkyness of this. I listened while walking last night and it made it that much more fun.


  18. Stefano says:

    Wil, what it is the title of the song around minute 24?

  19. Bil McArthur says:

    Thanks Wil. Get well, be well, continue being awesome.

  20. Peter says:

    Due the file format, I had to wait a while to find a continuous block of time where I could sit at my desk and listen to this, but it was worth it.

    • Peter says:

      I was writing that previous comment as things were wrapping up, but I had to come back to say that the closer on this was sooo good. A perfect stinger!

  21. Rus says:

    Nice mix tape – thanks for putting it together.

  22. Samuel Hozman says:

    Continuing from your request of last episode, I wanted to let you know I listened, enjoyed, and appreciated the time you spend on these podcasts.

    It was seriously short on your voice and musings — I would have enjoyed at least the occasional intro or outro for some of the bits.