Fat Lace Spodcast #1

Fat Lace Radio

OK, so it is what it says on the packet. Fat Lace Radio. We did this on some spontaneous shit, boozed up after watching Leeds beat Man U and neither Dan Large nor Drew Huge have ANY radio experience,  so don’t expect too much. If we get 1,000 spins we’ll try harder next time. Promise.

Fat Lace Show 001 by Fat Lace Magazine

12 Responses to "Fat Lace Spodcast #1"
  1. Reply brian buck from wiscompton January 7, 2010 12:34 pm

    Chalk me up as another one looking for a reasonably priced copy of Monster Beat to pull the trigger on.

    And it’s about that time..

    Feel The Hartebeat
    Godfather Don Revie
    No Man’s Haaland by B.o.B
    Bates By The Pound
    Radebe Hot Lover Tone

    Trap Goin’ BeckHam
    One For The 1999 Treble
    Scholesy D
    Mo’ Munich, Mo’ Problems
    Van Nistelrooy Full Of Pakistans
    The Knox
    Thought I Was A Donut, You Tried To Glazer Me
    Bus B
    You’ll Never Win Anything with Kidz In The Hall

  2. Reply jAmEsYmC January 7, 2010 14:32 pm

    I don’t get it.

  3. Reply Drew Huge January 8, 2010 09:24 am

    Denis Lay-Law
    You can’t do me Nani
    Beckham Down
    Talk Like Sexton
    The D.O.C. Herty
    McQueens get the money
    N.O. Joe Jordan
    Mistah F.A.B (ien Barhez)
    The Cot Damned United
    If you see a Neville Smash Him
    The Neville Made Me Do it
    Buck the Neville
    Evra So Clear
    Berb Servin’
    Brian Kidz in the Hall

  4. Reply Alan Partridge January 8, 2010 14:51 pm

    Snodgrass-anova Rud
    Giggsie Smalls
    Tony Ya-Boo-Yaa Tribe
    Jer-maino Beckford
    Red Hot Lover Can-Tone-ah
    Bobbito Charlton
    Sir Alex Fergu-Son Doobie
    Big Boi Keane
    Big Daddy Keane
    Nobby Stiles P
    John O’Sway and Tech
    Duncan-ibis Edwards

    You havin’ That?!

    Go work fellas. Fat Lace Radio is indeed the “Shiznit”! Have you got 100 downloads yet? I want hear that difficult second podcast!

    Respect for all your other work too: both your HHC columns were always the best read. Loved that Cover art book too. Keep up the good work.

    Extra respect goes out to Drew Huge for supporting Man U. Grew up in Do Or Die Timperley, Cheshire, now live in the hip-hop hotbed that is Otley! I’d imagine you Leeds boys know it well!

  5. Reply moyinka January 10, 2010 06:58 am

    I just listened and it was alright, bit different, talking bollocks and all that (in a good way). I think the godfather don track was the best, haven’t heard that for ages or maybe I’ve never heard it before. I’ve always been of the opinion that ‘monster beat’ was shite and I still think it is. No-one from sheffield would ever give anyone any respect for supporting man u or leeds so i won’t. I’d listen to another one.

  6. Reply rob January 11, 2010 10:06 am

    Good show! Particularly the back to back of JB’s and Young ‘D’ Boyz – nice!

  7. Reply rob January 11, 2010 10:09 am

    Oh yeah…and ‘J Dubs Theme’ which was a personal favourite for many a year.

  8. Reply superix January 15, 2010 07:44 am

    do more of these please!

  9. Reply Mr Bozack January 16, 2010 12:14 pm

    Yep, class, do some more boys. Hazardous is a quality album.

    I’m a Gills fan unfortunately so hoping that no one buys the ludicrously overpriced Beckford, as Leeds are apparently sniffing around our only player who knows where the net is….

  10. Reply Drew Huge January 18, 2010 11:29 am

    Cheers fellas , much appreciated. We’re setting a date for the second one soon.

  11. Reply CRAIG not so huge February 17, 2010 10:33 am

    top work gents: top banter, fabulous tunes, no mixing, teasingly redundant ebay tips, ear crunching effects, virtually no effort and what a great result – looking forward to more tales of sushi eating rappers and their government names [Moseph, Cedric, Timothy et cet, laughing loudly] – any danger of mighty Mike and the cornerstore terrorist making an appearance on a one-off?

    this series should run like ethiopians !

    much jones chaps, much jones


  12. Reply Mincer April 19, 2010 16:35 pm

    Good work lads.

    Be better without all the chatting tho. Not that its not entertaining but dont stand up to multiple listens like the tunes.

    Keep reaching for that thousand fellas!

    Rappin O’Shea – Players Club

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