Godzilla: Hide Your Granny, Hide Your Kids – Issue 123


This week the boys of Red Six return to Monster Island.  Identity problems arise as the gang tries discussing Godzilla vs The Thing or is it Mothra vs Godzilla? Either way its the return of the Kaiju slug-fest as the Toho series begins to build steam.  Will this next installment live up to the excitement King Kong brought?  Or will this Mothra fly to close to the radioactive flame and burn out?

This week a new segment debuts where the boys try to determine whether a list of sultry names belong to famous strippers or holes of a different sort.  All this and so much more as a Monster filled movie gauntlet competes against a monster of a Japanese candy.



Yuji Koseki - Mothra's Song

Music from the 1961 film Mothra. All rights belong to Toho.

A Lil Bit O’ Jawa Harem Anime – Issue 122


This week the crew of Red Six is joined by Nikki Robinson from the A Lil Bit O’ Anime podcast. A Lil Bit O Anime covers all things in the anime community with topics for the die-hard fans while still being accessible to those who are new to it all. A good time is had when the gang tries a new (to us) Japanese candy that sends them on a mushroom trip.  A Studio Ghibli version of the movie game gauntlet. Recommendations and must watch picks for a variety of genres. Do not miss this issue!



Cowboy Bebop OST 1 - Tank!

The Cowboy Bebop anime series was accompanied by a number of soundtrack albums composed by Yoko Kanno and Seatbelts, a diverse band Kanno formed to create the music for the series, with a principal focus in jazz. The recordings were an international effort with many notable names attached, including that of recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder. The soundtrack was released in the American market by Victor Entertainment, a subsidiary of JVC Kenwood.

Tank!” is the series’ opening song. The song, written by Yoko Kanno and performed by Seatbelts, has an extensive alto saxophone solo played by Masato Honda, as well as a fill part at the end. The song is a big band jazz piece in a Latin-infused hard bop style with a rhythm section that combines a double bass and bongo drums.

“Tank!” is primarily an instrumental piece, though it does feature some spoken male vocals (provided by long-time collaborator with Kanno, Tim Jensen) in the introductory portion of the song, thematically jazz in style. The vocal portion provides a lead-in to the instrumental portion, and its final lyrics, “I think it’s time we blow this scene. Get everybody and the stuff together. Okay, three, two, one let’s jam”, signal the beginning bursts of the majority, purely instrumental end of the song.

It has been featured on the soundtracks to the series and was used on the preview for My Own Worst EnemyKevin Reynolds (figure skater) performed his solo routine for the 2016 Canadian National Figure Skating Championships to “Tank,” and did it dressed as Spike Spiegel.

Who Keeps Ordering All These Damn Pizzas – Issue 121


This week the boys discuss a variety of topics spawned by news headlines from around the world. Italian Instagram influencing elections, vibrators that order pizza, and proof of Canada’s depravity! Listen to the return of Willie Winnipeg delight with a new candy test. A Canadian hero will put Caleb to the test in the Movie Gauntlet. Slide into that Domino’s Deep Dish pizza and enjoy.

Caleb’s First


Sweet Brown - Ain't Nobody Got Time for That (Autotune Remix)

The Parody Factory
Published on Apr 13, 2012

Sweet Brown’s incredibly soulful new hit single.
Watch the original video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaAd8O…


Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

Well, I woke up to go get me a cold pop
Then I thought somebody was BBQing
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire!”
Then I ran out, I didn’t grab no shoes or nothing Jesus
I ran for my life

Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, it’s a fire.

I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
I said, “Oh, lord Jesus it’s a fire.”
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.

Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time for that
Ain’t nobody got time, ain’t nobody got time
Ain’t nobody got time for that

Okie Comics with Jeff Provine – Issue 120


This week the boys are joined by their good friend Jeff Provine to discuss his adventure in publishing the Oklahoma based comic publication, Okie Comics Magazine. Okie Comics Magazine is a bimonthly anthology publication showcasing the talents of Oklahoma creators with story featuring Oklahoma. This issue has it all from comic book talk, Nintendo Labo, What’s In My Pocket with Caleb Haldane, and stout competition for the Movie Game Gauntlet!


At 20:15 Jeff Provine showing he can hang with not just us foul mouthed folk but also the professionals! So awesome!

Want to know more about the variety of events Jeff brought up in this Issue? Visit the links below for more information and an undoubtedly a good time.
UCO’s Comic Fest
The Event that Must Not be Named
Oklahoma Contemporary Comix art
Women of Wonder Con


The Artist - The Hush Sound

You perceive all of these things
I’d never have known
Love, will you turn off the lights
We’re already home… More

Wrestling On The Couch Pirate Jake – Issue 119


Are you ready brother?! This week the boys from Red Six tag in Oklahoma Podcast Hall of Famer, Couch Pirate Jake, for a wrestling draft spectacular! The pantheon from the Golden Era of WWF will be pitted against the flashy mic skills of the Attitude Era. Who will make the best squad from these suplexing titans?! This Issue of Red Six has it all! Wrestling, Black Panther, Antman & The Wasp, Venom, and so much more. So what-cha gonna do, brother, when 10,000 Red Six Maniacs run wild.. on you!


CM Punk Theme Song (WWE Acoustic Parody) - Pro Wrestling Goes Acoustic

Published on Dec 16, 2014

Welcome to Pro Wrestling Goes Acoustic! Join us on our WWE YouTube journey as we create acoustic covers and parodies of some of the best WWE Themes, WWE Songs and WWE Music in Pro Wrestling History! You can expect new Acoustic Covers and Parodies every single Friday as well as Tutorials and How To Play videos throughout the week. We are here to make you mark out as we in the wise words of SCSA “Open a can of certified audio whoopass.” Enjoying an episode of RAW, Smackdown or NXT and hear an Entrance Theme that you want to hear a cover of? Let us know in the comments!
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King Kong vs Godzilla, A Love Story: Issue 118


This week the crew of Red Six dive back into the world of Kaiju with another Godzilla movie.  King Kong vs Godzilla is the the 3rd in Toho’s Godzilla franchise and marks a departure from the serious tone of the previous films.  A Kaiju cringe-fest that will have you feeling both love and shame for our gargantuan heroes! It’s the Green Machine at his cockiest and King Kong (aka Bing Bong) being the drug poppin’ bad ass as we have never seen before. From beginning to finish this mess of a movie is a tour de force of poor choices. Want to see King Kong drunk? Want to see monsters inexplicably change size to fit the shot? This is definitely going to be a must check out podcast just in time for Valentine’s Day.  Love is a battlefield and this crew is gonna wreck it!




Godzilla vs Kong Song:invencible



“Feel Invincible (Y2K Remix)” off the deluxe album UNLEASHED BEYOND available now Download/Stream now at https://Atlantic.lnk.to/UnleashedBeyo…

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The Soundtracks that Fail to Score – Issue 117


This week the boys of Red Six are moved by the music when Alexandra Bohannon joins the cast to discuss movie scores.  Alexandra carries a special fondness for music used in unison with film or video games to elevate the medium.  Alex brings this passion for music to bear with Sound Trek, a score analysis segment on the Cinematic Schematic Podcast. This week the gang was not tasked with discussing the the best scores of cinema history but challenged to find the worst soundtracks of all time.  It is a Titanic mess of music that will give you disco scurvy AND leave you buggin’. Do not miss it! Also this week’s Issue introduces a new game of New Year’s Resolution riddles that will frustrate any Hobbit or Gollum. This week’s Issue has it all. Laughs, tears, trolls, anger, and awkward 90s rap. You can’t lose!

Alexandra Bohannon

A special thanks to Alex for coming out and recording with us. We promise next time it will be a less cringe inducing topic. You can hear Alexandra discuss scores that are worth your listen on Sound Trek, part of the Cinematic Schematic podcast.


Carry On Wayward Slam

Published on Apr 24, 2013

Slam Bam
Thank you ma’am

Do Sexbots Dream of Wetting Sheets – Issue 116


This week the boys from Red Six take on a variety of topics in a Issue fit for a comedy entertainment battle royal. From the 7th Hell of customer service to the heroic heights of the Hearthstone World Championship. Black Clover, Aliens, Alexa, Wet Dogs, and David Harbor are all on the docket for this bed wetting packed Issue from Red Six to Golden Corral!

Epic Heroes and Epicer Sex Bots – Issue 115


This week the boys from Red Six to Golden Corral honor the heroes and events in mmorpgs that will live forever etched in the annals of gamer history.  From boisterous Leeroy Jenkins to clandestine assassinations of Eve Online.  From Vader visiting the 203rd to the opening of the gates of Ahn’Qiraj. The famous and the infamous all covered in this packed Issue of Red Six. Though that is just a part of the fun as the boys take a look at the news coming from the ever awkward world of sex robots! Plus a nail biting movie game featuring the works of James Earl Jones.

Leeroy Jenkins

Moar Dots

WoW Funeral Crashers




2017: A Road To Spacejam – Issue 114


The new year is upon us and the boys from Red Six have emerged from their fallout shelter to face the aftermath from 2017. Having sacrificed their movie going experiences upon the altar of 2017’s scifi and superhero films, the boys are in desperate need of a refresher on the good films they missed. Through dark demonic arts and social media the boys contacted film critic Louis Fowler to help them with the task.  Is Louis up to the challenge of helping our dear sweet idiots find more to watch at the cinema than expectation subverting Jedi and hammer wielding Asgardians?! Find out is this hilariously dark humored issue of Red Six to Golden Corral!

Not Louis.

Special thanks to Louis Fowler for coming out to the woods with us to record a podcast and share his love for movies with us. Wanting to know more about one of Louis’ movie picks?  All the movies Louis spoke about on this podcast are also featured in his article, ‘Louis Fowler’s Top Films of 2017’, written for Red Dirt Report.


Quad City DJ’s – Space Jam