The first of the backer DJ episodes has arrived, this one’s by the founder of this here network and our good friend Youko! Youko went for more “obscure” stuff for his episode, music from games and anime you might have heard of but might not have heard the music of. It’s a cool concept and this is definitely not a week you want to miss out on. Next week we have another backer DJ: Exo-Raikou, so stay tuned and we’ll see you then!
Moses is back, and this time it really IS anime centric! I’m not talking out of my ass this time, I promise! This ends yet another cycle, and next cycle will work a little differently. Next week we’ll be back with Doba as usual, but after that it’ll be backer episodes of Radio. We hope you look forward to it!
The end of our first cycle has finally come! This week’s show is hosted by MajorMoses for the first time with a show consisting of more anime than you might hear from the rest of us. Even with that it’s a very balanced show and we personally think he did pretty well for his first time.
So now that Cycle 1 (weeks 2-6) is complete, who had your favorite show of the week? What would you like to see us change or improve overall? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
In this episode you’ll hear a whole bunch of stuff like Ben talking about things for what Doba timed as an hour. Or Doba being angry and hating a character from a game more than he’s really hated anything ever. It’s just another day for Read The Manual. Just another strange… strange day. Oh, and Doba got a new laptop that actually manages to be MORE horrible. Sometimes.
This week’s big topics include Draw Something, Doba’s Top 15 game list, Of Montreal, Maverick Rising, Cowboy Bebop, Another, Daily Lives of High School Boys, Sasameki Koto, Recorder to Randoseru, Katanagatari, Hajime no Ippo, Delocated, Animal Crackers, Anchorman, the Diary of Tortov Roddle, Kill Bill, the Hangover Part II, Hell’s Kitchen, Boogie Nights, Bakuman, Key and Peele, Archer, Polar Bear Cafe, Acchi Kocchi, Natsuiro Kiseki, Gamecenter CX, Persona 4, and Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.