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The Firesign Theatre - I Think Were All Bozos On This Bus

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2001
Label: Columbia - CK 85776 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Comedy
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In addition to standard stereo formats, the album was released as The Firesign Theatre - I Think Were All Bozos On This Bus Quadraphonic LP and Quadraphonic 8-Track.

The first LP side is 20 minutes 51 seconds, and the second side is 18 minutes 7 seconds. Side one starts with an audio segue from the end of Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers : the music box tune played by the ice cream truck chased by George Tirebiter is heard approaching, played this time by a bus announcing a free Future Fair, which it touts as "a fair for all, and no fair to anybody".

They encourage the onlookers to attend the fair, which the Beet describes as "technical stimulation" and "government-inflicted simulation". Then they disappear "back to The Firesign Theatre - I Think Were All Bozos On This Bus shadows again". A young man named Clem Philip Proctor boards and takes a seat next to Barney Austinan older man who identifies himself as a bozo person with a large nose which honks when squeezed ; he says, "I think we're all bozos on this bus.

The "bus" is apparently some sort of hybrid vehicle that can travel on the ground, yet turn into a jet plane which takes off for a "flight to the future". As Clem and Barney disembark at the fair, a public address announcer directs all bozos to report for cloningso Barney leaves Clem. He boards a moving walkway taking him to the exhibit, which opens with a parody of religious creation myth and seques into a brief overview of history from ancient times to the emergence of mankind, then to the modern scientific era.

Two scientific discoveries The Firesign Theatre - I Think Were All Bozos On This Bus reenacted: Fudd's First Law of Opposition "If you push something hard enough, it will fall over"and Teslicle's Deviant "What comes in, must go out". Then recordings of selected audience members' reactions to the future are played.

Next, the Honorable Chester Cadaver Ossman addresses the audience, and relates a meeting with Senator Clive Brown Bergmanwho demonstrates a "model government" consisting of a Ready For Love - Milira - Back Again!!! train-sized automated maze of bureacracies which terminates with an animatronic President as the output buswhom Brown says everyone asks questions.

When Cadaver asks Clem to state his name, he responds "Uh, Clem", and the central computer permanently identifies him as "Ah clem". As side 1 closes, Clem is directed onto another moving walkway which takes him in to see the President. On side two, we meet the President Austin impersonating Richard Nixon. An African American welfare recipient named Jim Bergman relates the harsh urban conditions he and his wife live in and asks the President where he can get a job.

いいじゃないの幸せならば - Various - Bossa Nova 1991: Shibuya Scene Retrospective President responds with vague, positive-sounding replies only remotely related to the questions and completely unrelated to the citizens' concerns. Barney or rather, his clone is next in line, but is given the bum's rush without the chance to ask his question.

Then it is Clem's turn; he puts the President into maintenance mode by saying, "This is Worker speaking. Clem then attempts to Eagles - Hotel California (8-Track Cartridge, Album) access to Doctor Memory the master controland confuse the system with a riddle: "Why does the porridge bird lay his egg in the air? Clem meets up with Barney back on the Funway.

They encounter sideshows such as astronaut Mark Time Ossman recruiting a crew for a trip to the Haunted Space Station, and Hideo Nutt's Bolt-a-drome, where fairgoers are invited to participate in boxing matches with electrical appliances such as water heaters and toasters.

Public announcers repeatedly page Clem to come to the "hospitality shelter", and Artie Choke pops up again, programmed to take lost children back to their parents. He says he will send Deputy Dan to take Clem to the hospitality shelter. Clem then uses Artie to create a clone of himself which enters the system for another confrontation with Dr. He repeats his porridge bird riddle, which the computer struggles with several attempts to parse, finally mangling it into "Why does the poor rich Barney delay laser's edge in the fair?

The entire experience is then revealed to be a vision seen in the crystal ball of a Gypsy doctor Proctor telling Barney his fortune. After Barney leaves, the Gypsy plots with his partner Bergman to make a quick escape after their last client, a sailor. Clem is one of the first " computer hackers " mentioned in pop cultureand his dialogue Various - Benefit For Beer the fair's computer includes messages found in the DEC PDPa popular minicomputer at the time.

An identification followed by the word "hello" initiated an interactive session on contemporary Univac, General Electric, and university timesharing systems.

Many of the things the computer said were based on ELIZAa computer program which simulated a Rogerian psychotherapist. And if the user neglected to end a statement or question to Eliza with a punctuation mark, Eliza's parser would fail, displaying the message "Unhappy: MkNam" to indicate that a function called "MkNam" was failing. The President said the same thing, pronouncing it "unhappy macnam. Apple 's Siri responds to "This is worker speaking. What function can I perform for you?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Firesign Theatre. Thank you. The Village Voice. Retrieved December 14, World Science Fiction Society. Archived from The Firesign Theatre - I Think Were All Bozos On This Bus original on Retrieved B Bomber voiced by Proctor and Bergman Pyst. Proctor and Bergman.

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    Vubar 31.10.2019
    I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus is a comedy album by the Firesign Theatre.
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    Kazrazshura 31.10.2019
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Firesign Theatre - I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus at Discogs. Complete your The Firesign Theatre collection.4/5(86).
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    Mazushakar 04.11.2019
    Dec 02,  · firesign theatre at the peak of their powers. It is interesting to note that while the Firesign members have always seen this as one of their "second string" productions that they were less than completely happy with, many people, including myself, consider this the best album ever made, hands down/5(82).
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    Shaktisar 09.11.2019
    Dec 02,  · the creative energy in "bozos" flows from a single premise: entertainment is power. shadowing an unemployed drifter named "uh, clem", the listener climbs aboard a bus full of bozos on their way to an entertainment venue called "the future". but it's not really the future, it's just a variety of rides that mock our beliefs about the future. cossetted by comfy seats, /5(83).
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