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Wednesday, March 22, 2006
NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES added - Lost in Translation, Weeds, Elizabethtown, Scrubs
WEEDS:
More Than A Friend by All Too Much
The Laws Have Changed by New Pornographers

SCRUBS SEASON 4 (UNOFFICIAL):
All Kinds of Time by Fountains of Wayne
Lost Cause by Beck
Something by Cary Brothers
Move On by Jet
Collide by Howie Day
Learn To Fly by Foo Fighters

OCEANS 12:
165 Million Plus Interest by David Holmes

CLOSER:
How Soon Is Now by Smiths

ELIZABETHTOWN VOL. 2:
English Girls Approximately by Ryan Adams
Same in Any Language by I Nine
Learning To Fly by Tom Petty

LOST IN TRANSLATION:
Fantino by Sebastian Teller
Ikebana by Kevin Shields
Girls by Death In Vegas
City Girl by Kevin Shields
Are You Awake by Kevin Shields

Hear the show: 24 hours a day.
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Monday, March 06, 2006
NATALIE PORTMAN goes 'street' on SNL
If ever proof were needed that Natalie Portman is the shiz, her rapping debut on Saturday Night Live recently was exactly that proof.

And we've got the audio online and in the rotation on Hollywood Bitchslap Radio.

Word.

Hear the show: At random times once per day.
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NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES added to the rotation
GREY'S ANATOMY
The Dog Song by Nellie McKay
The City by Joe Purdy
Could Be Anything by Eames Era
Nobody Knows by Dido
Edge Of The Ocean by Ivy
Catch My Disease by Ben Lee
Save Me by Jem
Dakota by Stereophonics
Walk Or Ride by Ditty Bops
Fools Like Me by Lisa Loeb
Life Is Short by Butterfly Boucher

GIRL NEXT DOOR
You're Gone by Binocular Maybe
Atlantis by Donovan
Sparrows Over Birmingham by Josh Rouse
The End by Paul Haslinger
One Fine Day by Alastair Binks
Baba O'Riley by The Who

CRASH
Maybe Tomorrow by Stereophonics

CURIOUS GEORGE
I Can Tell That We're Going To Be Friends by Jack Johnson

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN
Riding Horses by Gustavo Santaolalla

40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN
I Got Ants In My Pants by James Brown

VERONICA MARS
Ocean City Girl

Hear the show: Now.
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Monday, February 27, 2006
New FELLINI IS KING - 26th Feb 2006

This week's Fellini is King includes looks at all manner of, well, bad movies. From Resident Evil: Apocalypse to Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life, to The Last Boy Scout, Rush Hour 2... there's some pretty dire stuff, and we give it all a good kicking.

On the other hand, we also discuss Jon Favreau's excellent family sci-fi flick, Zathura, as well as the largely underseen but worth a look Mirrormask, Wong Kar-Wai's beautiful 2046, and the filthy-to-the-core comedy doco The Aristocrats, so that's something.

Hear the show: Tuesday's at 8PM, Thursdays at 7PM, and Saturdays at 5PM (all times Pacific).
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NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES added to the rotation

ELIZABETHTOWN:
Where To Begin by My Morning Jacket
Square One by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
Let It All Hang Out by the Hombres

BOTTLE ROCKET:
7 And 7 Is by Love
Alone Again Or by Love
2000 Man by The Rolling Stones

JUST LIKE HEAVEN:
Spooky by Imogen Heap
I Put A Spell On You by Screamin' Jay Hawkins

GREY'S ANATOMY:
Catch My Disease by Ben Lee

VERONICA MARS:
We Used To Be Friends by Dandy Warhols

THE ARISTOCRATS:
The Aristocrats by South Park

KING KONG:
Central Park by James Newton Howard

BANDWAGON:
It Couldn't Be Ann by Circus Monkey

SEXY BEAST:
Cocaine and Camcorders by Unkle

BRING IT ON:
We're Cheerleaders by Michelle Branch

MEAN GIRLS:
Dancing With Myself by The Donnas

HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS:
Echo Game by Shigeru Umebayashi

AUSTIN POWERS IN GOLDMEMBER:
Hard Knock Life by Dr Evil and Mini-Me

IN GOOD COMPANY:
Sunset Soon Forgotten by Iron and Wine

Hear the show: Allatime!
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Thursday, February 23, 2006
NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES added to the rotation
SCRUBS:
Dracula From Houston by Butthole Surfers
Good Time by Leroy
Hold On Hope by Guided by Voices
Good Life by Francis Dunnery
All In My Head by Shawn Mullins

BROKEN FLOWERS:
Yegelle Tezeta by Mulatu Astatke
Ethanopium by Dengue Fever
Ride Your Donkey by Tennors
There Is An End by Greenhornes

LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS:
Fools Gold by Stone Roses
Spooky by Dusty Springfield
The Boss by James Brown

BAD NEWS BEARS:
Wipeout by Phantom Planet
Bad Reputation by Senses Fail

LESS THAN ZERO:
This Magic Moment by Lou Reed
Hazy Shade of Winter by The Bangles

NATURAL BORN KILLERS:
Waiting For a Miracle by Leonard Cohen
Sweet Jane by Mazzy Star

REALITY BITES:
I'm Nuthin' by Ethan Hawke
Turnip Farm by Dinosaur Junior

TWIN FALLS IDAHO:
Twin Falls Idaho by Built To Spill

LABYRINTH:
Magic Dance by David Bowie

SEXY BEAST:
Peaches by The Stranglers

REMIXED TRACKS, EXCLUSIVE TO HBS RADIO:
Jersey Thursday by Donovan, with sound clips from Rushmore
Leon The Cleaner by Eric Serra, with sound clips from The Professional
Aria by Lisa Gerrard, with sound clips from Layer Cake

Hear the show: All day and all of the night.
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New FELLINI IS KING - Feb 18 edition
Back to our regular schedule of rebroadcasting, Fellini is King is back with a new show, this one focusing on... well, the usual movies n'crap.

This time around we discuss the Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, as well as the Al Pacino legal drama classic And Justice For All, the Billy Bob Thornton/Richard Linklater remake of Bad News Bears, the Hughes Brothers indie doco American Pimp, and The Death of the Working Man, a weird documentary that takes great joy in exposing the audience to a half hour of, well, animals being slaughtered.

Huzzah for senseless violence and blood in the name of art!

Hear the show: Tuesday at 8PM, Thursday at 7PM, and Saturday at 5PM (all times Pacific).
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Friday, February 17, 2006
MATINEE IDLE - Week of 2.17
On this week's Matinee Idle, William Goss and Tyler Adams discuss Cache (Hidden), Date Movie, The Libertine, Running Scared, and The White Countess.

Hear the show: Saturdays (@ 9 PM Pacific time), Tuesdays (@ 6 PM), and Thursdays (@ 7 PM)
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Thursday, February 16, 2006
NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES added to the rotation
ROYAL TENENBAUMS:
Hey Jude by Mutato Muzika Orchestra
Wigwam by Bob Dylan
Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard by Paul Simon
These Days by Nico
Judy Is A Punk by The Ramones

RUSHMORE:
Nothing In This World Can Stop Me... by The Kinks
Here Comes My Baby by Cat Stevens
Ooh La La by The Faces
Concrete And The Clay Unit 4 + 2
Making Time by Creation

ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND:
Howard Makes It All Go Away by Jon Brion
Down The Drain by Jon Brion
Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime by Beck

BIG LEBOWSKI:
Got It Bad by Nina Simone
What Condition My Condition Is In by Kenny Rogers

GIRL NEXT DOOR:
Take A Picture by Filter
Songs For A Blue Guitar by Red House Painters

VANILLA SKY:
Last Goodbye by Jeff Buckley

PUNCH DRUNK LOVE:
Here We Go by Jon Brion

BEETLEJUICE:
Theme by Danny Elfman

CHARLIE'S ANGELS 2: FULL THROTTLE:
Danger! High Voltage by Electric Six

ELF:
Baby It's Cold Outside by Zooey Deschanel and Will Ferrell

Hear the show: All the freakin' time!
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Wednesday, February 15, 2006
New Show! LAURA'S LICKS - daily every day at 10:30am Pacific
Texas-based HBS film critic Laura Kyle has compiled a collection of her favorite bands, composers, and soundtrack tunes for your listening pleasure.

Among the soundtracks heard daily, you'll find American Beauty, Rent, Trainspotting, Gremlins, About A Boy, Rushmore, Royal Tenenbaums, Wicker Park, Garden State, Girl Next Door, Scrubs, Thumbsucker, Signs, Brokeback Mountain, Say Anything, Donnie Darko, Lost in Translation, Virgin Suicides, True Romance, The Life Aquatic, The Producers, Moonlight Mile and Moulin Rouge.

Musical artists and composers include Danny Elfman, Thomas Newman, Underworld, Iggy Pop, Badly Drawn Boy, Nico, The Ramones, Postal Service, Mates of State, Creation, Faces, Red House Painters, Colin Hay, Laszlo Bane, Peter Gabriel, Elliott Smith, James Newton Howard, Gustavo Santaolalla, Michael Andrews, Kevin Shields, Air, Broken Social Scene, Hans Zimmer, Seu Jorge, Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman, Van Morrison and, of course, William Hung.

Hear the show: Every day at 10:30am (Pacific)
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
This week on JAYMAN'S FILM IN REVIEW
This week on Jay Man's Film in Review:
Reviews of the following films:

-Firewall
-Final Destination 3 (pictured at right)
-Five Days in September: The Rebirth of an Orchestra
-Bubble
-London

Also: Wrap-up commentary on the 2006 edition of the Victoria Independent Film and Video Festival including the Festival Awards; thoughts on online DVD rental Zip.ca's new pricing structure and why Jason doesn't feel like seeing most of the February movies like Pink Panther, When a Stranger Calls and Big Momma's House 2.

Jason Whyte is a film critic for efilmcritic.com & hollywoodbitchslap.com and is based out of Victoria, BC, Canada.

Hear the show: 5PM Tuesday, 9PM Thursday, 4:30PM Saturday
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Monday, February 13, 2006
Even more NEW SOUNDTRACK TUNES!
CLUELESS:
Kids In America by The Muffs
Ghost In You by Counting Crows
All The Young Dudes by World Party

CAN'T HARDLY WAIT:
Can't Hardly Wait by The Replacements

GREAT EXPECTATIONS:
Kissing In The Rain by Tori Amos

TRAINSPOTTING:
Choose Life by Underworld

RENT:
Seasons of Love by the Cast

LOST BOYS:
People Are Strange by The Doors

SPECIAL BONUS! We've added four extra tracks by Hollywood Bitchslap co-founder Jason-Guy and his band, The Midget Fan Club. You won't find them on any movie soundtrack, but they damn-well should be.

Hear the show: Right now!
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