July 13, 2016
Its 1995 and Nick, El Camino and Seezy are talking about Alicia Silverstone and all of her cultural significance. Nick orders a pizza.
June 7, 2016
It is... 1984 and Nick, Seezy and L are delving deep into some Prince and The Revolution--the man, the movie, the music, the legend, the legacy....the kid.
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May 26, 2016
Nick delves into the emails from fans and talks about life and love. And Point Break.
Intro by James C Seven
Outro song Sacred Ground, by Sequels
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May 12, 2016
L and Seezy assess the Election 2016....and the many circles we run with. Enjoy
May 4, 2016
It's 1993 and Nick, L and Seezy talk about Hip Hop and Rock, versatile verses and phantom of the opera like theatrics-- A Tribe Called Quest and Meat Loaf--with a little bit of nostalgia and sidebar commentary. Enjoy
April 29, 2016
L and Nick return with another brief mind merger and controversial debate discussing war, famine, poverty and social injustice. Or maybe not--but it's real either way.
April 6, 2016
It's 1986 and Nick, L and Seezy are talking about John Carenter's Big Trouble In Little China. Enjoy!
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March 23, 2016
Nick and L offer up some social commentary from their own troubled minds; the first of many appetizers to come so be sure to enjoy it all with a few grains of salt.
March 13, 2016
In this episode of Real to Really?!?--Nick and Ceezy discuss their music video selections from 1991 while L weighs in on the method and madness behind the style and cultivation of the music at the time. Sort of. Hear it for yourself and subscribe!
Intro music by James C Seven
Outro music by Sean Lemley
February 9, 2016
The gang returns with another episode of Real to Really?!? This time around speaking on the 1988 film Die Hard. Rest peacefully Alan Rickman.
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Music By James C Seven