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A personal history of Raisins. (Or…”That’s So Raisin!”)

Thanks to some inspiration recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about the California Raisins. To be clear, by “recently” I mean, In the last two hours and by “inspiration” I mean, Classick* kicked in my office door, knocked all of my action figures off of the desk I was supposed to be working at and bellowed “Have a California Raisins article on my desk by morning or…” (using Mr. Slate voice) “…You’re FIRED!!”


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Episode 34: Shogun of Harlem – The Last Dragon + kung-fu flicks show

When you’ve got that GLOW!!

This episode we discuss one of our favorite films of the 80’s, Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon! Joining us on this journey back to Harlem in 1985 are a few hosts from our brother podcast The KLIQ Nation, The Adam Black, Leroy Jetstream and of course on hand is the co-host of both shows, our very own Tim Dogg!

It’s “C vs. K” as The Cold Slither Podcast meets The KLIQ Nation in one epic podcast, as we reflect on Bruce Leroy, Sho’nuff, Laura Charles and Eddie Arkadian as well as some of our favorite kung-fu flicks growing up!

Who’s the master? Bruce Leroy, that’s who! You see this glow, son?

Enjoy this classic episode via our free CSP Archive! Download, listen and tell a friend (or foe)!

Episode 28: We got The Touch! Yeah!!! The Stan Bush interview

YEAHHHH!!! We are highly honored to present to you this very, very, extremely special episode of the Cold Slither Podcast.
Our special guest for the show is melodic rock icon, Emmy award-winning singer-songwriter and music legend Stan Bush!

Enjoy this classic episode via our free CSP Archive! Download, listen and tell a friend (or foe)!

Stan takes some time out to chat with host Classick and guest-host Rodimus Prime (host of The Black Guy Who Tips podcast) to talk about his songs from Transformers: The Movie, Bloodsport, Kickboxer, the soundtrack to Sailor Moon, Chikara Pro Wrestling and his musical career overall. We also found out about the many television ads that he’s provided vocals and voice-over work for along with many more interesting facts about the man behind “The Touch”. In a career spanning over 3 decades with over 11 studio albums, Stan Bush has reached millions the world over with his songs of determination and triumph. We had a great time speaking with him and learned a lot about how much he’s accomplished from then all the way up through now, as Stan is still putting out awesome music to this day!


On Sunday, May the 6th, Stan Bush will be performing an acoustic set live at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA as a special guest of Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent! Tickets are on sale right now! Event info and tickets are available over here: The Greek – Events Page

Get more information about Stan Bush, keep up with his upcoming appearances and dates and purchase his music at!
Also check out the website for Stan Bush’s record label, L.A. Records at
You can follow Stan Bush on twitter @Stan_Bush.
View Stan Bush’s YouTube channel:

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